Party Earth Review Dark, masculine, and sophisticated in the coolest sense of the word, Seven Grand is a whiskey-lover’s paradise that attracts an upscale clientele of both young professionals and artsy types looking to sample the almost three hundred top-shelf whiskeys on offer. Decked out like a high-end hunting lodge, the ... more
515 West 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014
American Restaurant / Bakery
Reviewed by Phillip C.
"As a motorcycle rider in LA i often like to take nightly rides from my place in Hollywood to downtown and LA Cafe is my late night treat. Truly a 24 h ..." more
639 South Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Party Earth Review Any doubt that Q’s Billiard Club is all about beer and sports is immediately dispelled upon seeing the ample bar placed right in the middle of the room, the towering pyramid of flat-screen TVs suspended above it, and the jersey-clad fans that surround them both. Open early, Q’s is a popular daytime haunt for die-hard sports ... more
11835 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Party Earth Review Named after a Depression-era coal tycoon who used the property for hunting and riding, Runyon Canyon is a popular Hollywood hiking spot and something of a pick-up scene for fit and attractive locals and dog lovers. As the paved lane of the strenuous 1.6-mile main trail gives way to dirt and dust higher up, hikers will be ... more
South entrances at the top of Fuller Avenue and Vista Street and north entrance off the 7300 block of Mulholland Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Reviewed by Nisha S.
"Casa del Mar is an upscale oceanfront hotel in Santa Monica, located next door to another lovely hotel, Shutters on the Beach. Casa del Mar is defin ..." more
1910 Ocean Way
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Party Earth Review A quintessential Venice bar, The Brig has been a cornerstone of the hip Abbot Kinney Boulevard for over sixty years. A dive bar for its first five decades, the venue underwent a swanky makeover in the late 90s, garnering several architecture and design awards in the process. The result is a peculiar mix of retro and futuristic ... more
1515 Abbot Kinney Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90291
Reviewed by Shannon D.
"Since I spent my undergrad at UCLA, I like to think that I am kind of a veteran of this joint, so I'll break it down..... Dim lighting, sticky floo ..." more
1000 Gayley Avenue
Westwood, CA 90024
Party Earth Review Booked nightly with an eclectic mix of music, comedy, and various theme parties, Akbar puts an alternative twist on the traditional gay dive bar. Accents like marble columns, pointed archways, and sultry glowing pendant lamps give a nod to the bar’s regal Indian namesake, though the creative types and music industry folks ... more
4356 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90029
Party Earth Review A neighborhood hideaway with a slightly medieval castle décor, The Griffin is a popular haunt for local regulars and hipsters looking for an upbeat night in a carefree atmosphere. Awash in the amber glow of lanterns, the venue’s cavernous main room with its arched brick ceilings, walls of dark wood and ... more
3000 Los Feliz Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Reviewed by Gen O.
"Malo is a bar/restaurant that I happen to find walking aimlessly in L.A. You could easily miss it from the outside. Once I entered I was mesmerized ..." more
4326 West Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90029
Party Earth Review Guests heading to La Poubelle (“trash can”) might think the name refers to a down and dirty dive bar, but the quaint French bistro with great food and a bustling bar scene is actually a hot date spot where Francophiles show up to drink wine and mingle with creative types and the occasional celeb. A red-canopied patio provides ... more
5907 Franklin Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Los Angeles is filled to the brim with singles looking to mingle. With a little direction, it’s not hard to find them.
For lonely hearts who love thick-framed glasses and skinny jeans, Cha Cha Lounge in Silver Lake is a hipster-singles haven, complete with a black-and-white photo booth for that inevitable smooch pic.
College partiers looking for a hookup head to the always-reliable 901 Bar & Grill near USC. Those who prefer young co-eds wearing UCLA gear hit up O’Hara’s in Westwood.
In West Hollywood, the LGBT-singles scene really heats up, with The Abbey, Motherload, and Rage offering debauchery-filled fun with endless dancing, drinking, and flirting.
Perhaps the most obvious place to meet up with the unattached is in Hollywood’s clubs, where there is enough sexual energy to start a fire. A few options with body-grinding dance floors are Playhouse Nightclub, Eden, and The Emerson Theatre.
The Los Angeles singles scene is one of the best in the country. There’s somebody for everybody, even if it’s only for one night.