There’s nothing more fun than spotting celebrities during a night on the town. And when you’re in LA, there are plenty of epic dance clubs, bars, and restaurants where you might see your favorite movie star any day or night of the week.
Celebs love hitting the best clubs and pool parties in LA. After all, they want to party just like everyone else. But you might be wondering – which nightclubs might I be partying next to Diddy or Katy Perry?
In this article we take a look some hot LA clubs where you just might get lucky. Keep reading for a list of trending clubs where the rich and famous love to hang out.
Hyde Sunset – West Hollywood
This club on the Hollywood-West Hollywood border is busiest on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. Hyde Sunset is an SBE venue that prides itself on keeping the riff-raff away from the A-list. It’s a trendy, but inconsistent, restaurant with a “smart casual” dress code until 9 p.m. Then at 10:30 p.m. it turns into a cocktail lounge where young celebs can hang out with their friends without being bothered by the likes of regular people. There are DJs spinning, but no dance floor. If you reserve for late dinner, you might get lucky and get access to the club afterward. If you reserve for an earlier dinner, they’ll give you an hour and a half to give up your table, so no three hours of reminiscing. If you’re just interested in the lounge, plan on bottle service or don’t bother.
The top nights at Warwick are Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Celebs and other upscale clientele make themselves at home in this vast brick-walled warehouse with chandeliers hanging from wooden rafters and comfy sofas all over the place, but all the seating is basically bottle service. There’s no real dance floor, but people dance between the sofas and around the DJ. There’s also a more intimate lounge upstairs.
Bootsy Bellows – West Hollywood
You really have to know someone to get into this West Hollywood club, especially on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday nights. A tribute to actor David Arquette’s mother, who was a burlesque dancer and pinup model, Bootsy Bellows is an intimate ’60s glam dance club with live music, DJs, and creepy marionettes with the occasional quirky burlesque show.
Delilah – West Hollywood
This 1920s-style lounge is a glamorous hangout for celebs that will remind you of Hollywood’s Golden Era. Delilah doubles as both a restaurant and nightclub, and is one of the go-to locations for much of New Hollywood.
They have a killer wine and cocktail list, but you’ll want to come for the people watching, so expect to see A-list faces any night of the week.
MainRo – Hollywood
Hollywood’s newest super-club and restaurant has taken the nightlife scene by storm as celebrities and clubbing enthusiast rush to get a piece of the action. MainRo is the biggest restaurant and club opening in 2022 and has been a long awaited project with delays dating all the way back to 2019. But after all this time, we are happy to say that the wait has been worth it, and MainRo is already on track to be an instant Hollywood classic!
Poppy – West Hollywood
This surrealistic dream of a venue makes you feel as if you’ve been transported to a world a fantasy that is filled with whimsical creatures, peacock poppies, garden gypsies, human animals, and more, all while the room is being filled with top notch music from world famous artists. Poppy definitely isn’t your ordinary nightclub, and it’s this different take on the standard night out that makes it wildly popular with celebrities and Hollywood’s elites. It truly is an escape from the reality that will blow your mind.
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