Comfort Inn & Suites
7330 Eastern Ave.
Bell Gardens, CA 90201
Phone: (562) 928-3452
Fax: (562) 928-9851
Located a few minutes away from Downtown Los Angeles, The Bicycle Casino is the place to be if you're into gambling as this place ranks as one of the world's largest casinos. If spinning the wheel of fortune is not your thing, you could try your luck at Blackjack or Texas Holdem poker games. Gaming and fun is not the only thing worthwhile here, there is also a deli and a grill where some fine world cuisines are served. For those who like to hit the bottle there is also a bar where you can indulge in the world's most famous wines and liquor.
From slot machines, table games, and poker jackpots, this Los Angeles casino has something for everyone. The Commerce Casino hosts both daily series and large scale tournaments throughout the year for the more serious gamblers. Three onsite dining establishments are open late into the evening, with the cafe open around the clock.
The theater can seat just under 800, featuring everything from plays, films and festivals to recitals and local events.
This underground live music haunt needs no introduction for the punk music followers of Los Angeles. As its name suggests, the music played here is mainly inclined towards the 1980s trash and punk music, which has a huge following among the youth. So expect a bunch of youngsters at the house grooving to the classy tunes given out by the bands. And going by the names it has been host to in the past, you can vouch on the Pyrate Punx House for some excellent music.
Metropolitan Park Twin features two for one specials for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand.
This Multiplex has 14 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Weingart Stadium is a must go for all sports enthusiasts. Formerly known as East Los Angeles College Stadium (ELAC Stadium), this sporting venue boasts state-of-the-art facilities that can accommodate football tournaments, inter-college, national as well as international sporting events. In the past, this stadium has witnessed prestigious events including the 1984 Summer Olympics. Seated amidst a crowd raving for their favorite stars is truly a thrilling experience.
Downstairs at Fifty Seven is lodged in the basement of a restaurant and offers a casual venue for artists to perform. Get ready to be entertained with music from a wide range of genres. Sip on a craft cocktail mixed by experienced bar tenders or grab a beer while watching the band perform. The dark ambience with a flicker of light offers a soothing environment to have an enjoyable evening.
The Harriet and Charles Luckman Fine Arts Complex or simply the Luckman Fine Arts Complex, lies on the campus of California State University in LA. The Complex is a modern and a state-of-the-art facility venue. It's also the home of the Luckman Jazz Orchestra. The Complex seats around 1,100, and features one of the largest stages in L.A. The complex also houses the Intimate Theater, which can seat around 250. The Luckman Gallery within it has been the site of several internationally acclaimed contemporary art exhibitions.
Previously known as Towne Hall, this entertainment venue is now simply 'The Hall'. Although a part of the name has been done away with, there has been no reduction in the entertainment quotient at this 2000 square foot (185.81 square meter) venue, and as always, you will find artistic people congregating here. You can stop by for live music events and DJ and karaoke nights, and you can even hire the venue as a rehearsal studio or exhibition space.
Prince Hall Memorial Auditorium is a famous auditorium in Los Angeles, where people often congregate to enjoy some entertaining live music. An excellent ambiance, comfortable seating and a capacity of 800 people make it a popular venue for shows and events. Although not too large, it is well frequented by the locals and tourists who visit Los Angeles.
Max Karaoke Studio has a series of private rooms with couches, karaoke machine, and two microphones (more can be rented for an additional fee). They have a selection of hot items to eat, like Japanese kebabs and hot pockets, or patrons can bring in their own food! Their catalog is updated regularly and includes a wide selection of songs from the 1950s to the present times. They also feature non-English songs to choose from.