Party Earth Review Boasting a grade-A late-night dining scene and an impressive list of adventurous cocktails, the lounge at STK is a swanky destination for jet-setters and entertainment industry insiders. An open-air atrium decked out in... ... read full review
755 North La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90069
M, Su 6–11pm, Tu–Th 6pm–midnight, F–Sa 6pm–12:30am
BEVERLY GROVE, LOS ANGELES –
Boasting a grade-A late-night dining scene and an impressive list of adventurous cocktails, the lounge at STK is a swanky destination for jet-setters and entertainment industry insiders.
An open-air atrium decked out in black crocodile and wood and highlighted by hanging vines, the space welcomes upscale business types and internationals stopping in before or after dinner in the restaurant, as well as clutches of stylish clubbers winding up for an evening of dancing at nearby WeHo hotspots.
Well-dressed patrons bathed in the purple glow of the backlit display of liqueur bottles savor specialty cocktails at the bar, or perch on upholstered stools around spindly tables to flirt and chat.
A smoking area provides a place for guests to both conquer their cravings and hobnob with the other attractive pre-club-goers.
Not just any old meat market, STK tastefully seasons its social scene with a dash of sophistication and a low-key California twist.
Upscale entertainment industry professionals and international business types, mid-20s to late 30s.
Alternating DJs spin pop and rock hits from the 80s and 90s Wednesdays through Saturdays.
Torched Tuesdays feature cheap drinks with a cherry theme, Flirtatious Thursdays include a free pitcher of sangria for women, and wine nights on Sundays feature specials on glasses and bottles.
Small plates of meat and seafood available during Happy Hour M–F 6–8pm and Su 6–11pm. Restaurant menu features salads, raw shellfish, grilled meats, and fish. Half off all glasses and bottles of wine on Sundays. Bottle service.
Menu $12–$75. Beer $7, wine $10–$27, cocktails and mixed drinks $14–$17, bottle service $300+. Valet $9.
Dressy casual: dress shirts for men and heels for women.
Friday and Saturday nights when the bar and DJ both run later. Sundays for half off wine all day long.
Koi (730 North La Cienega Boulevard) is a high-end Japanese spot across the street for those looking for a little sushi instead of steak.