The speakeasy bar concept is no secret to Los Angeles nightlife, but it can be hard to keep track of all the hidden entrances, secret passwords and changing menu themes. While there are plenty of bars to visit, each space is a worthwhile venue to crack the code - whether it’s to drink, dance and much more. Visit them all to collect each of their unique perspectives on imbibing in L.A., because not only does each place regularly rotate their cocktail menu, they all have their own unexpected twist. Whether it's karaoke, cigars, a glowing dance floor, or simply a hard-to-find entrance, these bars have surprises waiting for you.
Continuing our quest to discover "Fantastic Features" at Los Angeles hotels, we spotlight delicious restaurants, discreet live music venues and historic gems. There’s much more to experience at L.A. hotels than their red-hot pools. Read on for our guide to living the high life, whether you’re checking in to one of these fabulous hotels or just hanging out for a while.
Travelers and locals alike are lucky that Los Angeles is home to incredible hotels across the city. Whether they are sleek and modern in design or historic properties with Golden Age Hollywood glamour, we have hotels to fit every need. Of course, in a city that is sunny and perfect throughout the year, hotel pools are a top feature. The fun doesn’t stop at the hotel pool. The following guide lists some of the “Fantastic Features” of Los Angeles hotels that you’ll want to visit when planning your next daycation, staycation or vacation!
Some of the best bars in Los Angeles are located at the city’s top hotels. Whether you want to experience a Los Angeles classic, enjoy an incredible view while you sip your drink, or check out a trendy new spot, you can often do so without leaving your accommodations. These 10 bars prove that in L.A., hotels are not just for sleeping.
Whether you’re staring out at a sunset over the Pacific or gazing at the skyline of Downtown Los Angeles, nothing beats a cool, refreshing drink with a view. The added ambiance that comes with a spectacular setting enhances the mood, a conversation between friends, and is the cherry on top of a delicious evening. Here are the top 10 Los Angeles bars with a view.
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The first-ever dineL.A. Happy Hour Week is taking place Monday, April 27 through Friday, May 1, 2015. Presented by the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board, dineL.A. Happy Hour Week features afternoon/evening and late-night happy hours at more than 135 restaurants and bars throughout L.A. County, including those that normally do not offer happy hour specials. Each restaurant and bar will showcase a selection of bar bites and drinks, with some offering exclusive items only available for dineL.A. guests during Happy Hour Week. Reservations are not necessary.
Following are highlights of the inaugural dineL.A. Happy Hour Week. Browse the full list of participating restaurants and bars, then start making plans to enjoy 5 Days of Happy: discoverlosangeles.com/dinela-los-angeles-happy-hour-week.
The electronic music scene, nightlife and DJ culture in Los Angeles have come a long way in a relatively short time. Once the Wild West compared to New York's well-established nightclub culture, Los Angeles has long been known for warehouse parties, underground events and full-moon desert parties. The echoes of the 80s and 90s underground scene are still heard at Moontribe and secretive events in Downtown with ever-changing locations, but legitimate nightclubs that fully embraced electronic music had a ways to go. Then around 2000, the “super club” craze caught on like lightning in a bottle, captured at clubs like Giant and Spundae. The exposure was massive and the underground suddenly started bubbling to the surface. The after-effects are still being felt today, and the Los Angeles dance music scene has morphed into something strange, beautiful and vital. There are venues throughout the city where you can take part in the culture or just get your groove on and have a lost weekend. Read on for ten of L.A.’s best clubs for electronic music.