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Cinespace Cinespace in Hollywood, Los Angeles is a club, cinema, & restaurant with great DJs & tons of special events. Join the cool kids in LA with Party Earth. Los Angeles United States 34.1016 -118.328542
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INFO Hollywood event space Cinespace certainly features cinema, but also throws dance parties and concerts. Founded by MTV staffers in 2008, the 600-person space usually takes on the guise of a supper club, screening films... ... read more

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    Red Line: Hollywood / Vine Station

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    M–Sa 6pm–2am, Su 9pm–2am

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    20s, 30s, Bottle Service, DJ, High Energy, Hipster, Intimate, Late Night Spot, Live Music, Movies, Patio

Cinespace Videos

Steve Aoki "Kid Millionaire" at Cinespace 1/3
Steve Aoki "Kid Millionaire" at Cinespace 1/3
DJ AM at Cinespace
Thomas Bangalter - Rollin And Scratching Live @ Cinespace 4.21.09
Daedelus at Cinespace
Blake Miller at Cinespace
Mr. OIZO - INTRO - LIVE @ Cinespace 12.9.2008
Thomas Bangalter - Signatune Live @ Cinespace 4.21.09

Cinespace Information

Cinespace - Club in Los Angeles.

Hollywood event space Cinespace certainly features cinema, but also throws dance parties and concerts. Founded by MTV staffers in 2008, the 600-person space usually takes on the guise of a supper club, screening films in a club-like environment. People involved with film festivals, special premieres, and award ceremonies can book the state-of-the-art screening room. Friday and Saturday nights are club nights with DJs, Sundays feature a music series called Camerata, Tuesdays feature Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records on DJ duty for “Dim Mak Tuesdays.” A full-service restaurant focuses on fine contemporary cuisine. The venue is futuristic and sexy throughout, fitting for the celebrity-laden events that tend to book there. Several rooms, spaced-out bars, and an open-air patio give the crowds of pretty people some elbow room. Most nights have a cover charge, though entry before 10:30pm is often free. A guest list may be in place for certain events, and a fashionable upscale dress code is strictly enforced. Bottle service and valet parking are available.

Cinespace User Reviews

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Maggie H. May 16, 2013
It’s a pretty ghetto club. It’s small, and the venue is designed weird. It does get crowded on certain nights and very empty on others. Drinks are expensive just like any other club. It’s definitely not a club I would go to again. When I went, it ended before midnight because it was so empty. The second time I went, I ended up going to Popeye’s and eating chicken there after an hour. If you’re hungry and tired from clubbing, that’s the spot to hit. Security is pretty friendly though on a positive note. Avoid this club if you can.
Extremely Small & Crowded
Les S. Mar 22, 2013
I've gone to this place once or twice and all I recall is how small it is. You walk in and wonder where the dance floor is actually located. Luckily I did not go with the purpose to club, but for the theater/ performance area that is attached to it for a show. They are connected through one walkway which makes it really difficult for those trying to see the show to walk through all the people in the "club" dancing. The theatre part of it is spacious and nice, but the club area seemed to be full of ghetto people. I personally would not go there to go clubbing, but for a show it's fine.
Small, cool idea but rating really depends on the event
Jayson M. Dec 4, 2012
Cinespace is nothing to write home about. It’s fairly small, especially by club standards, but that have an attached theater that offers frequent screenings and special events and the dance space was an old Steve Aoki haunt back in the day. Drinks are club prices. It’s Hollywood, deal with it. Can be super ghetto one night, packed with college kids the next, downright sceney the night after that. Again, pay close attention to the calendar. They used to do a great dinner and a movie night but don’t think they’ve done it in awhile. I haven’t eaten at the restaurant in a couple years so can’t speak to its quality now, but they serve contemporary American cuisine and most of the folks going to the club these days aren’t in the restaurant. Low tables, brick walls, and curtained-off rooms give it kind of an apartment feel. It’s fun to go for a movie screening to check out the space, you can always drop back for the club vibe if you like it. Cover charge is normally around $10. Dim Mak Tuesdays is solid for club, house, and hyphy. Very popular early week event that draws a young crowd. Bathrooms look like hell hath risen over.
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