Forget clubs—these are the best spots where you can actually dance.
Brant Cox & Nikko DurenOctober 5, 2022
Because, really, what actually happens at these places?
Brant CoxSeptember 14, 2022
12 places to go when you’re sober (or sober for the night), and still want to have a great time.
Brett KeatingNovember 8, 2019
It’s not just any night, it’s a shot-taking, dancefloor-breaking, leave-your-phone-in-the-Uber kind of night that you won’t forget. Or remember.
Brett KeatingDecember 5, 2019
The Let's Go! Disco is a 1970s-themed Italian disco in the Arts District that's one of the most fun places to dance in LA.
Brant CoxDecember 23, 2022
The Continental Club serves craft cocktails in a dimly-lit DTLA basement bar.
Nikko DurenOctober 5, 2022
Because, really, what even happens at these places?
Members is a Moroccan-themed clubstaurant on Sunset Blvd. and a great place for a wild night out.
Brant CoxSeptember 13, 2022
If you're in the mood for an over-the-top clubstaurant experience, MainRo in Hollywood is one of the best shows in town.
Brant CoxSeptember 5, 2022
Heart is one of the largest and most crowded queer bars in West Hollywood.
Brant CoxJune 3, 2022
Xelas is a lively bar in Boyle Heights known for its beer list and micheladas.
Sylvio MartinsNovember 30, 2021
Sazón is a Mexican restaurant in Huntington Park with a killer brunch and Selena sing-alongs.
Kat HongOctober 11, 2021
Club Tee Gee in Atwater Village is part dive bar, part all-out party.
Kat HongAugust 2, 2021
The Little Friend brings the best of Silver Lake’s The Friend bar to Venice, including a giant disco ball and an always-packed dance floor.
Brant CoxJuly 26, 2019
Bar Lubitsch in Weho is your one-stop-shop for strong drinks, sweaty dancing, and meeting fellow twentysomethings.
Brett KeatingJune 27, 2019
Fiesta Cantina is a neon-and-palm-tree-filled bar in West Hollywood with plenty of drink and food specials.
Brant CoxJune 6, 2019
Rage is a gay bar in West Hollywood home to both a musical theater night on Mondays and the neighborhoods’ only 18+ night.
The Chapel at the Abbey is a West Hollywood club that’s always filled - mostly with overflow from its next-door neighbor.
Revolver is a West Hollywood gay bar that checks all the boxes - go-go dancers, a prime location, and crying girls outside.
Trunks is the tiny bar in West Hollywood that’s easy to get into, and perfect for regrouping with friends before heading on to the next spot.
Beaches is a West Hollywood bar with a daily happy hour, alcoholic slushies, and a - you guessed it - beach theme.