While Los Angeles is most definitely not the city that never sleeps, there are plenty of places to party it up past midnight. You and your posse can party it up to live music, DJs spinning tunes and even a slightly wacked-out floor show now and then. Of course, the easiest way to spot the newest places around town is to simply look for where the after parties are happening, for that’s a sure sign. Though the scene is fickle (it is Hollywood after all), there’s a few spots live on for more than a nanosecond, think The Mint for live music, The Conga Room for that lively Latin beat and The Abbey for a gay night out. And no matter which popular place you end up at, always keep your eyes open for celebrity selfie opportunity to make your night out on the town more memorable.

Bootsy Bellows

Bootsy Bellows brings the Sunset Strip to life on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. This must-visit hotspot is a favorite amongst celebrities featuring puppet shows, DJ sets, live music, and, of course, burlesque acts. Expect a whacky 1960s vibe and that fills up fast. Insider Tip: Try to snag a special reservation for the “friends and family” VIP backroom, so your group will have more space for fun and revelry.

Create Nightclub

Create packs in the high-intensity, EDM loving crowds like no other place in LA. Laser and LED lights explode around the partygoers, confetti flies down on the dancers and arctic blasts cool things off when the joint gets really jumping on the weekends. Escape the mayhem on the patio or make your way to the Photo Booth for a group shot. VIP tables and bottle service are available for reservation. Continue reading 10 Best Clubs in LA

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Over the past several years we have seen a wave of amazing cocktail bars hit LA scene. With fresh, local produce, the extension of our Metro system and that gorgeous So Cal weather, west coast drinking culture is steadily on the rise and poised to become one of the most exciting in the US. Here are the best of the best cocktail bars in LA right now.

The Chestnut Club

Mood lighting, dark woods, clubby leather sofas, and exposed brick make this refined westside cocktail club feel a world away from the flip-flopped, ocean-bound crowds that fill the city. Helmed by the team that brought you Black Market Liquor Bar and Scopa Italian Roots, The Chestnut Club continues to craft those bespoke cocktails, which are thoughtful yet simple. Fans of brown spirits will feel right at home sipping on the Poor Man’s Pappy Old Fashioned or the rye and mezcal-fueled El Camino, but if you’re looking to step out of your comfort zone, the bar team is more than happy to help you navigate their vast collection of mostly small-batch spirits and liqueurs.

The Walker Inn

You’ve probably enjoyed a drink or two with friends at The Normandie Club, but we suggest skipping the crowd. Instead, head straight to the back of the bar, hit the buzzer and be prepared to be blown away. Welcome to The Walker Inn, were you’ll find an elaborate lineup of craft cocktails. Themed menus change over roughly every six weeks and while you can order cocktails a la carte, it’s best to opt for their omakase-style pairings. Be sure to make a reservation if you want to go during busy hours! Continue reading The Best Cocktail Bars in LA

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Los Angeles might not be known for it’s thriving Irish culture, but we do have a strong beer and brewery scene and festive St. Patrick’s Day events including Celtic music performances, parades, activities, festivals and lots of green beer!

Hermosa Beach St. Patrick’s Day Parade

There may not be a pot ‘o gold at the end of this colorful parade, but there’s certainly plenty of Irish spirit (and spirits) in Hermosa Beach for their annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. Bagpipers, marching bands, cars decorated with green and even a gaggle of four-legged friends from the Irish Setters Club of Southern California make their way down the route. The festivities kick off near City Hall on Valley Drive and heads west down Pier Avenue, ending at the corner of Hermosa Avenue and 10th Street.

Rock and Reilly’s Annual St. Paddy’s Day Block Party

You’ll be green with envy if you don’t hit up Rock and Reilly’s annual St. Patrick’s Day bash. Lots of green booze and even more pretty people fill the lot behind the pub for an all-day fest featuring over a hundred kegs of emerald-hued Bud Light and Guinness and eight full bars. Fill your stomach with Celtic snacks including corned beef sliders and Irish nachos, or from grab a slice from neighboring food trucks. A portion of this year’s proceeds will benefit the Merging Vets and Players charity. Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day Events in LA

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It’s official! The nightlife and culinary giant made the announcement on Facebook, March 1st, confirming that Los Angeles will be the next TAO Group destination.  Angelenos can expect to gain not one, but four new outposts from the brand by the end of this month.

Opening day is approaching for Luchini (a casual pizzeria), Beauty & Essex (its third location), Avenue (a west coast sister to the NYC nightclub) and Tao (inspired by the successful New York Asian bistro). Continue reading TAO Group Announces Major Los Angeles Expansion

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