Comfort Inn & Suites Near Long Beach Conv. Ctr
200 E. Willow Street
Long Beach, CA 90806
Phone: (562) 426-7611
Fax: (562) 426-0563
This three-storied underground dance nightclub focuses on a minimalist approach. Hush offers a general dancing area, a VIP dancing area on a higher floor and a DJ spinning some foot tapping tunes as the people burn up the dance floor. An outdoor patio is set for smokers, so the general dancing masses inside remain smoke-free. The place, though, is unsuitable for those who look for lot of amenities in a nightclub as the cramped toilets and limited parking are bound to disappoint them.
Que Sera is one of the few clubs in Long Beach that house pure entertainment. The place hosts a range of live music shows, concerts, band performances and so on, mostly of the rock genre. Its interiors perfectly gel with the type of events held here and the lights add on to the party mood. Crowded with youngsters and music fans, the bar is popular for its funky theme nights. Serving delicious snacks and rich wine, Que Sera offers a complete cocktail of entertainment. Visit the website for event calender.
An authentic tavern and roadhouse that is often referred to as "the home of the blues in downtown Long Beach."
Located downtown, this elegant hot spot offers specialty martinis, fine cigars, challenging pool games in a sophisticated lounge and dancing in the nightclub area. You are sure to enjoy your night out at Cohiba.
Located in an historical building in the East Village, this spot is the only underground lounge in Long Beach. Enjoy an incredible decor while sipping from the world class Martini bar or dancing to live entertainment or DJ music.
This fairly notorious gay and lesbian bar in Long Beach attracts all kinds of women and men of all ages and interests. The Executive Suite gets packed on Saturday nights as people from all over southern California pack themselves in to mingle, dance and drink. There are several theme nights from sizzling Latin nights to rocking alternative music nights. The atmosphere is relaxed, the dress is casual, and the cover varies depending on the night.
Long Beach is known for its buzzing nightlife scene, and Alex's Bar is one of the most happening places here. With a huge space of 2700 sq.ft., this venue can comfortably accommodate 178 guests. Both local and touring bands perform here through the week. Its booked calendar is ample proof of its popularity. Cover charges for shows vary. Through the week, the club has theme nights like karaoke every Tuesday and a special barbecue and drinks special on every Sunday. Age restrictions apply for entry.
Small lounge to offset the mood. Employees dressed in white to match the icy theme.
This 7,200 square foot venue offers incredible food and exciting nightlife.
This gay bar in Long Beach has a lounge feel and attracts a lot of men, both young and old. The place is simple and laid back with no live bands or hyper DJs, just a plain old jukebox. Thursday nights are the most crowded and popular when people gather to talk, drink, and just hang out in a very warm environment. If you are looking for dancing or wild theme nights, this is not for you, but if your tastes are more sedate and you want to be able to talk to the people you meet without screaming over the music, this is the place.
When you go out for an evening at V2O, you can prepare to be dazzled by state of the art sound, lighting and audio visual displays. You will also love the food prepared by the onsite Pacific Rim restaurant.
This nightclub situated in downtown LA is an ideal nightspot for someone looking out for a little fun. The club plays a variety of music and has a relaxed casual atmosphere. The 6000 square foot venue also has live bands performing periodically. You can get yourself seated near the bar area from where you can look down on to Pine Street. The main room has a modern sound and lighting system where most of the DJs and live bands perform. The lounge also has two private rooms with exclusive personal service. Check website for timings.