Comfort Inn Near Universal Studios Hollywood
321 North Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90004
Phone: (323) 665-0344
Fax: (323) 665-1152
Faultline Bar has everything you'll need for a night on the town. Wall-to-wall men? Check. Two full bars? Check. Covered patio? Check. Pool table (in case the crowd doesn't hold your interest?) Check. For a good time, check out the action at this place. There's a better-than-not chance that you won't be disappointed at Faultline! One of the best gay bars of the city, it cannot be missed. Visit website for more information.
The Medusa Lounge pleases visitors with its very Gothic-looking ambiance that is accentuated by the dark interiors and subdued lighting. The resident bartenders do a fairly good job with mixing drinks, while the DJs ensure that everyone's on the dance floor until closing hours. Call for details.
In the mood for a nice and dark spot where you can hear the best of hip-hop, classics or reggae? Look no further than the Little Virgil! Grab the fun of being in a nightclub like this, as there is a lot happening here. Shake a leg to the fantastic tunes put together by the local DJs who spin an eclectic mix of sounds. The crowd here never tires of dancing and socializing and the bar has the best of drinks to offer. So pull on your party wear and head to The Virgil!
Walking along West Sunset Boulevard, which is dotted with several lounges, bars, and club, one can feel spoilt for choice. However, if you want to dance the night away, then Los Globos would be an ideal spot. This popular club, specializing in Latin music, plays well-known dance tracks and Top 40s, while also playing host to artists, bands, and DJs from all over the country. See the website to know more.
Le Barcito is an upscale bar that has been serving the gay community from the time it opened doors. This comfy place offers a friendly ambiance where patrons get to relax amidst candid talks and soothing music that plays in the backdrop. This lively venue hosts a bunch of events every now and then. DJ nights, cabaret performances and theme parties are a regular feature. Le Barcito is full to its capacity especially during drag shows. Check website to know more.
This somewhat elegant gay haunt on the corner of Sunset and Fountain Avenues is a great place for a drink any day of the week. The crowd gets busy after 10p, but plenty of seats are usually still to be had all night long. Best of all, the help remains attitude-free. Check out the gorgeous mirrored bar.
What does the "R" in R Bar stand for? You know how middle school valley girls say "like" between every two words...well, just think of the pirate's word for "like" and there you have it. So if you are into salty sea dogs, special tables dedicated to cool movies like "The God Father", cheap drinks and super friendly owners and bar tenders, then come on down, drink a beer and sing a shanty at the R Bar!
One of the weird and more fun bars in town, this tiny Polynesian-themed spot does not serve beer, wine or much of anything else. The specialty of the house are its tropical drinks. After a few, you will be convinced that you are on an island somewhere! Filled with locals and those who have to drive home, you are always assured a good time, even if the crowd seems a bit too much for the size of the room.
Replacing club Spaceland, the Satellite has added more spunk and spice to the Silver Lake neighborhood. A favorite haunt of indie music lovers, it features a mix of known and new bands; the likes of Silversun Pickups and Beck have performed here. Take a look at the interesting events on its website and you won't be able to resist walking in here for some cool music and a great evening.
Echoplex is one of the best places in Los Angeles to enjoy some really good live music while sipping drinks. Over the years, many renowned bands and artists have performed at Echoplex. The venue has a bar, lounging area and ample space to sit with video screens to enjoy the concerts taking place. The interiors look more like a dance club than a live music venue. Call for other related information about the venue and artists.
The Echo is a great spot for new grooves and you would find the hipster crowd from the East side of Los Angeles hanging out at this joint. This place is about fresh sounds. Every DJ-oriented night is different, and offers an opportunity to witness groundbreaking styles and music. The vibrant vibe creates an abstract ambiance where anything can, and does happen on the stage and the dance floor. In short, expect the unexpected!
A simple, elegant lounge attracting a crowd of fresh-faced club kids.