Party Earth Review Hidden from the street down a dim alleyway, Seventy7 exudes a speakeasy vibe from the minute patrons step through the inconspicuous door until the last drop from the absinthe fountain has trickled down their throats. Part of the ongoing expansion of Culver City’s nightlife, the upscale lounge caters to a refined mix of ... more
3843 Main Street
Culver City, CA 90232
Get ready for an epic night in the heart of Hollywood every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night with LA Epic ... moreHollywood
Hollywood, CA 90028
Reviewed by Rebecca L.
"My Take: Great ramen! I’ve been searching all over Los Angeles for a new Ramen spot since I moved from the Orange County area. I am pretty judgmental ..." more
8050 West 3rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Party Earth Review Located in the basement of the Higgins Building – LA’s first private power plant – The Edison is a massive nightclub that combines 1920s luxury with a bit of history and industrialism to create a truly unique club experience. A hostess in a flapper dress leads well-dressed and cultured patrons down a grand staircase with ... more
108 West 2nd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Reviewed by Jackie D.
"People: Because of its central location in the financial district, BCK attracts a lot of business professionals, both young and old, throughout the we ..." more
350 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Party Earth Review Aspiring divas will want to head to Backstage Bar and Grill, a modest little dive bar that’s home to one of the best karaoke scenes in town. Located across the street from Sony Studios, the venue attracts an exuberant crowd of local regulars, studio employees, hopeful singers, and maybe even a celeb or two who all come ... more
10400 Culver Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90232
Party Earth Review Made famous in the 90s cult classic Swingers, The Dresden is an intact 70s supper club that draws a flirtatious, fun-loving crowd of everyone from young professionals and older regulars to hipsters and campy cabaret lovers. With touches of classy old-school Vegas and total kitsch, and split right down the middle ... more
1760 North Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Reviewed by Iuna D.
"I’m no sushi expert, but Octopus is indubitably one of the best sushi restaurants I have ever visited. Right as you walk in, you notice the subtly col ..." more
729 West 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90017
The gang is heading over and the van cab is on its way. But what’s the game plan? Luckily, it’s not hard to come up with ideas for groups in Los Angeles.
A festive, booze-filled activity for any posse is a stop at one of the many karaoke haunts within the sprawling metropolis. At Backstage Bar & Grill in Culver City, the regulars cheer on even the worst of renditions. For a clique that wants to keep its vocal expressions within a trusted circle, there are private karaoke rooms at Soop Sok Music Studio in Koreatown.
Those seeking a dressier, lounge-like experience with a little friendly competition can head to Lucky Strike in Hollywood, which gives groups a chance to bowl in style under neon lights as techno beats roll through the speakers. For a crew that is looking to get really rowdy and possibly even a little randy, West Hollywood’s gay-hangout extraordinaire The Abbey has multiple bars, male go-go dancers, inside and outside seating, fire pits, and a ton of room for dancing.
When heading to the beach is too obvious an option, groups in Los Angeles can find plenty of other places where strength in numbers is welcome.