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Club Bahia


Echo Park


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Almost every night of the week, this Latin nightclub is a full-out party. Representatives from every age group come to Club Bahia to let loose, and most of them stick around until the early morning. On Mondays and Thursdays, this in-the-know Echo Park spot hosts a Western-themed hoe-down called Stud Country where you can live your LGBTQIA+ cowboy fantasy. On weekends, DJs spin a range of salsa, cumbia, merengue, and punta songs—plus everything in between. They’re open until 4am every Friday and Saturday, host family movie nights, and are a short walk from Dodger Stadium for any post-game gatherings.

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