Boston Red Sox Drop $500k at LA Nightclub after World Series Win

The Red Sox may have beaten the Dodgers in the World Series — but LA clubgoers certainly weren’t sore losers when the Sox went out after the game to celebrate. At West Hollywood hot spot Nightingale after their win, one generous VIP patron sent the team $100,000 in Champagne, LA spies told Page Six.

Hollywood nightlife sources told us that a police escort led the MLB champs straight from the locker room to the SBE club, which was hosting its Greystone Sundays hip-hop party.

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Said a source, “Fans in Boston gear were jumping out of their cars to congratulate them as the Sox brigade entered the valet area.”

We hear that “once inside, the teammates took over four large VIP tables overlooking the dance floor. The whole room cheered as they walked in. There were around 50 in their group,” including Chris Sale, Mookie Betts, J.D. Martinez, Brock Holt and Steve Pearce.

The source added, “One neighboring VIP-table client was so excited, he sent over $100,000 in Champagne to the players as a gift for their win — and the players also spent thousands on their own tab, buying all the best top-shelf bottles all night.”

Also in the house were several LA Clippers and Rams players, plus Ty Dolla $ign and Jeremih — who were on the scene to celebrate their new collaborative album, “MihTy.”

On top of all that, the club had a Halloween theme. Said a guest: “The energy in the room was at another level.”

“MihTy” also features French Montana, Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa.

Amongst the damages for the night:

  • 48 bottles of Dom Perignon champagne
  • 43 bottles of Ace of Spades Armand de Brignac champagne
  • 60 bottles of the slightly cheaper Moet & Chandon champagne
  • 5 bottles of the bright orange Veuve Cliquot bubbly
  • 12 bottles of Perrier-Jouet champagne
  • 1 bottle of Cristal (because why the hell not)
  • Don Julio tequila (amount unknown)
  • Belvedere vodka (amount unknown)
  • 17 bottles of Jack Daniels whiskey
  • 11 bottles of Jameson irish whiskey

The best part is, the players didn’t even have to foot the bill (or that massive tip). Someone from the team paid the tab. Even though LA’s home team lost, at least some folks in the nightclub business won last Sunday evening.

Golden State Warriors Party in Las Vegas

Members of the Golden State Warriors basketball team spent some time partying in the Las Vegas nightclubs and dayclubs in celebration of their championship win. The staff prepared special cakes, head shot cutouts, and elaborate presentations with champagne in their honor.

Say this for the Dubs, they left no stone, or major Strip resort, unturned. Add Wynn/Encore to a list including Aria (Jewel Nightclub and Liquid Day Lounge), Cosmopolitan (Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub), The Cromwell (Drai’s), Mandalay Bay (the Mandalay Bay Events Center for Saturday’s Andre Ward-Sergey Kovalev fight) and MGM Grand (Topgolf). At least one Warrior, and usually several, was spotted at each of these party retreats.

Finals MVP Kevin Durant was typically in the eye of the frivolity, joined by co-owners Joseph Lacob and Peter Guber. Encore Beach Club was the most recent reported sighting from the Warriors’ casino crawl. Green, Klay Thompson, JaVale McGee, Andre Iguodala, Matt Barnes and Ian Clark were lavished with attention and bottle service.

The team’s next move should be to display the championship trophy at the Aria porte cochère, or the DJ booth at Jewel, or somewhere. And put a tip cup in front of it, because I understand the purse strings were pretty tight from this bunch.

The Warriors Racked up a $150,000 Bill at Harlot

Kevin Durant admittedly drank “a couple too many beers” and Stephen Curry smoked a century-old cigar in the immediate aftermath of their Golden State Warriors’ NBA Finals-clinching Game 5 victory.

And the party was just getting started.

Draymond Green let his teammates — and anyone else within ear shot or watching the celebration at home — know that the next stop on the champagne train was Harlot nightclub in San Francisco.

According to celebrity paparazzi sites TMZ and Terez Owens, the Warriors went through more than 80 bottles of champagne at the club, amassing a bill in excess of $150,000, including two custom-made six-liter “2017 Champions” Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial Rose bottles worth about $15,000 apiece:

@warriors CHAMPIONS!!!! ?????

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Of all the pictures, videos and social media posts available in the early hours of the morning, Durant was nowhere to be seen, although the emcee did shout out his brother Tony. It’s unclear whether KD — who reportedly told a friend in the depths of Oracle Arena, “Yo, I’m drunk as [expletive] right now,” before wandering into a crowd of adoring fans wearing a pink shirt with a martini glass on the back and carrying his Finals MVP trophy — was in attendance at Harlot. And who could blame the man?