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By Chris | June 28 2007
Stop by to enjoy the “Hamptons meets Hollywood” vibe of The Colony, with wooden decking, a hammock-covered pool and cabana-style seating giving the venue a real beach-house feel. Boogie on the spacious open-air dance floor.
+1 323 525 2450
1743 North Cahuenga Boulevard
Being co-owned by Jennifer Lopez bodes well for this salsa nightclub studded with artwork by Hispanic artists.
Guests can dance to live bands four nights a week, and after they’ve worked up an appetite, enjoy fusion Latin dishes like cilantro and jalapeño marinated shrimp with plantain chips at the onsite, red-chandeliered restaurant Boca.
+1 213 745 0162
800 West Olympic Boulevard
This legendary nightclub opened in the 1970s and remains one of the best places to see live bands.
Alternating between big-name bands like the Foo Fighters and local bands, the club has one of the best sound systems on the strip.
This low-key chic bar attracts big names and a party crowd.
DJs spin from 10pm, cocktails flow and the bar features a range of light eats including sushi.
Boasting some of the finest views of Los Angeles, Skybar at the Mondrian is still one of most exclusive poolside bars where A-list celebs mingle with the young and beautiful of Los Angeles until the early hours of the morning.
Redesigned as the ultimate L. A. lounge by Tim Andreas of Banjo, it appears to almost float in the clouds with an open-air hut that sparkles with custom-designed furniture.
+1 323 848 6025
8440 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood
Formerly known as Hollywood Billiard, this sports bar was refurbished and updated in 2010.
It reopened its doors in November 2010 and features several pool tables, televised games and an arcade. You can book a lesson with a professional pool player to give you some pointers.
Phone: +1 323 465 0115
5750 Hollywood Boulevard