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Hollywood's complete guide to the sexiest, sleekest and most talked about bars and nightclubs.

Beneath the spotlights, sideshows and souvenir shops that blanket Hollywood lays a vibrant nightlife scene with a raging pulse. From velvet rope nightclubs to locals-only dive bars, an eclectic blend of glamour, mystery and excitement lends to Hollywood's longstanding allure. Revelers from all corners of the globe are encouraged to write their own Hollywood story, whether that means taking in set from a world class DJ or bar hopping along the Cahuenga Corridor. No matter where you go in Hollywood, once the sun goes down, you're sure to have a story to tell.

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Hollywood's reputation as an upscale playground for celebrities and studio executives dates back to the early days of film. Stars would snooze at the Hollywood Hotel (currently the Hollywood and Highland Complex), dine at the Brown Derby and cozy up over cocktails at the still standing Frolic Room. And though Hollywood nightclubs and bars have seen incredible highs and heart breaking lows, this town simply bounces back every time.

Hollywood's current nightlife landscape is as eclectic and endearing as ever. There are a dozens electric Hollywood night clubs and bars, infamous for the unbelievably attractive crowd and knack for showcasing the nation's top DJs.

Despite Hollywood's obsession with youth and renovation, a few original hangouts still remain. Musso and Frank, the area's oldest restaurant, still serves Hollywood's elite after more than 90 years, with the recently opened bar, The Writer's Room, occupying the eatery's old backroom. The Hollywood Roosevelt, home to gaming parlour and lounge The Spare Room and restaurant Public Kitchen and Bar, is still a hit with young tastemakers.

For something a little more low key, head to the Cahuenga Corridor's army of eateries and lounges, including the rock star-worthy St. Felix and round-the-clock favorite Kitchen 24. Also on the corridor is indie venue Hotel Cafe, popular for highlighting rising singers and musicians on the quest for stardom. Fitting for a town that is famous for making dreams reality.



American Restaurant


  • 1544 N Cahuenga Blvd

If its ice-cold beer you want, its Stouts cozy venue you need.

Mexican Bar


  • 6541 Hollywood Blvd

Wonderfully strong margaritas, tasty Mexican tacos, and the ideal people watching perch- Te'Kila embodies the ultimate south of the border hangout right here in the heart of Hollywood.


The Parlour Room

  • 6423 Yucca St

The Parlour Room is everything a local yearns for in a bar. The specialty cocktails are excellent and inventive. The inside is reminiscent of Old Hollywood charm and the outdoor ideal for a date by burning brick fireplace.

EDM Nightclub


  • 1642 N Las Palmas Ave

Come check out the new club scene in Hollywood filled with themed dancers, electro music and even some surprisingly good food.

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  • 6506 Hollywood Blvd
    Hollywood CA 90028

Have fun at The Playhouse in Hollywood, a Vegas-style dance club that features go-go dancers, acrobats, three bars and an upstairs lounge area with a retractable glass skylight.

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Boulevard 3

  • 6523 Sunset Blvd.
    Hollywood CA 90028

For glitz, glamour and a good-looking crowd, head to the palatial Hollywood club Boulevard3, which features several bars and lounge areas, outdoor courtyard, stage performers and secret surprises.

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  • 1652 N Cherokee Ave
    Hollywood CA 90029

A historic Hollywood hang for the Who's Who & Who Cares.

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Bardot Hollywood

  • 1737 N Vine St.
    Los Angeles CA 90028

Bardot is the new Spider Club, located right above Avalon, so after a long night of dancing, you can head right upstairs and relax in the gorgeous Hollywood glamour.

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  • 1624 N Cahuenga Ave
    Hollywood CA 90028

Sometimes the West Coast needs a little Texas hospitality, and luckily The Outpost in Hollywood obliges.


Harvard and Stone

  • 5221 Hollywood Blvd
    Los Angeles CA 90027

Strap on your suspenders and prepare yourself for an uber cool evening at Los Feliz's trendy Harvard and Stone.



  • 1233 Vine St
    Los Angeles CA 90038

If you are feeling nostalgic for the hospitality of the deep South circa 1920, Sassafras is more than ready to fill the void for Hollywood residents.


The Powder Room

  • 1606 N Cahuenga Blvd
    Hollywood CA 90028

The Powder Room has everything Hollywood patrons are looking for- it's brand new, it's exclusive, and it's mysteriously hard to find.

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The Room

  • 1626 N Cahuenga Blvd
    Los Angeles CA 90028

Tired of the velvet rope? Make your way over to The Room in the Cahuenga Corridor section of Hollywood and experience an ultra-chic, ultra-cool and ultra good time at this hidden gem.


Lucky Strike Hollywood

  • 6801 Hollywood Blvd
    Hollywood CA 90028

Lucky Strike is the place to go for an awesome lounge experience, cool music, good food and drinks, oh, and a little bowling too.


The Spare Room Roosevelt Hotel

  • 7000 Hollywood Blvd
    Hollywood CA 90028

A Modern Day Gaming Parlour & Cocktail Lounge.


The Woods

  • 1533 N La Brea Ave
    Los Angeles CA 90028

Tucked away inside a nondescript strip mall, this hipster hotspot offers a hunting lodge atmosphere with antler chandeliers and tables made from tree trunks. Find beers, wines, and well drinks for less than $5 – and wear your best flannel shirt.

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Comedy Club

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Hollywood Improv

  • 8162 Melrose Ave
    Hollywood CA 90046

America's Premiere Comedy Showcase and Restaurant.

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Groundlings Theatre

  • 7307 Melrose Ave
    Hollywood CA 90046

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IO West Theater

  • 6366 Hollywood Blvd.
    Hollywood CA 90028

Comedy Club

Black Rabbit Rose

  • 6533 Hollywood Blvd
    Hollywood CA 90028

Performance art theatre.

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Interesting Facts

Cafe Montmartre was Hollywood's first high-profile nightclub. Just east of Hollywood and Highland, 6757 Hollywood Boulevard was the place to see and be seen in the 1920s, complete with starlets dancing on tables and strict door policies. Some things never change.

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