Clubs in Downtown Los Angeles


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  • The Association
    Blow off some steam in one of the coolest bars in town — The Association is the go-to spot for those in-the-know. For a specialty cocktail or nice glass of wine, take advantage of The Association's full bar. There's no need to winnow the guest list for a night out at The Association — the bar has tons of space for big parties. The Association features live DJs that are sure to amp up your evening. A relatively loud bar, this is not the place for a quiet night out. People tend to swarm the bar on Fridays and Saturdays, so be sure to reserve space for your party ahead of time. Parking is available in the lot next door, as is valet. If the lot is full, street parking is also an option. The Association is a mid-priced establishment, with the average meal costing under $30. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express are all accepted.
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    110 E 6th St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Exchange LA
    Those who've seen?The Social Network?or watched Heidi Klum host?Germany's Next Top Model?have already peeked inside Exchange LA. But behind the Hollywood connections, bright lights, and EDM bass thumps is plenty of history. Soaring 11 stories into the air (the city's limit at the time of construction) with 40-foot ceilings and art-deco details, the venue opened its limestone and granite doors as the Los Angeles Stock Exchange in 1931. A 90'x74' trading floor trimmed with balconies served as the anchor, while Eastern, American Indian, and Greek influences imparted a sense of timelessness. Although born into the tumult of the Great Depression, the structure continued its life as a financial hub until 2008. Then, as all buildings do when they reach maturity, it developed a massive cocoon and emerged as a nightclub.
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    618 S Spring St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Onyx Lounge
    Onyx Lounge resides in the original Security Trust and Savings Bank building, which was erected in 1906 and designated a cultural landmark in 2003. In fact, as one of LA's first skyscrapers, it was the city's tallest building until several structures had unexpected growth spurts in 1911. The scene inside is much different today, but Onyx maintains a connection with the building's historic past. Creators of the candle-lit lounge designed it as a cultural, artistic, and sensory experience, which begins with the food and drinks. Guests sip farm-fresh cocktails, such as the Spring St. Smash featuring bourbon, blackberry, basil, and sambuca. They also dig into popular dishes ranging from?spicy garlic fries and other small plates to full entr?es, such as braised short ribs and vegetable risotto. On Friday and Saturday nights, performers punctuate visits with live music.
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    118 W 5th St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Garrett Morris' Downtown Blues & Comedy Club
    A rare outlet for commercially sanctioned laughter in downtown Los Angeles, Garrett Morris’ Downtown Blues and Comedy Club helps visitors escape the stresses of the workweek with a rotating stable of top-tier standup talent every Friday and Saturday. Comic legend Garrett Morris, now seen as Earl on CBS’ 2 Broke Girls, hosts showcases of comic talent with charming wit and tales of how he outlived the original cast of Saturday Night Live. The bill remains consistently loaded with fresh-faced and seasoned funny folk, with past luminaries including George Lopez, Margaret Cho, and Wayne Brady, along with aspiring stars in the twilight before their first mismatched-marriage sitcom. Keeping true to its name and Morris’ roots in the New Orleans music scene, the venue often punctuates its comedy shows with performances from top blues artists—including Morris himself, who has lent his soulful pipes to the Harry Belafonte Singers—that add melody to the mirth. While weekend shows feature Garrett’s hosting and harmonies along with the headlining acts, the Thursday Night Experience allows youthful burgeoning comics and musicians to hog the spotlight.
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    501 South Spring Street
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Crocker Club
    A century ago in The Crocker Club, bank-goers made deposits and stored their most valued possessions in the space where diners now sip craft cocktails. That's because the Crocker Club transformed the former Crocker Citizens National Bank into a restaurant and night club, complete with dance floor, DJ booth, and bar that's said to be haunted by a deactivated debit card. Diners can walk right through the vault door and sidle up to candlelit tables to nosh on pineapple beignets, housemade chicken fingers, or french fries drizzled in truffle oil and sprinkled with fresh parsley.
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    453 S Spring St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Candela Taco Bar and Lounge
    For a quick bean and cheese bite, order a burrito from Candela Taco Bar and Lounge. Put the diet on pause when you visit Candela Taco Bar and Lounge — there are no low-fat menu items. There are plenty of TVs in the bar to go around as well, so diners don't have to worry about missing out on anything. You'll want to save quiet conversations for another spot, though — the bar can get noisy. It tends to get especially busy on weekends, so be sure to call ahead and make a reservation. Getting your food to go is also an option. You can also serve food from Candela Taco Bar and Lounge at your next party — the bar offers catering. Street parking is easy to find near the bar. Or, if you don't want to circle the block, valet parking is also available. Candela Taco Bar and Lounge is a mid-priced establishment, with the average meal costing under $30. Candela Taco Bar and Lounge accepts all major credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.
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    831 South Los Angeles Street
    Los Angeles, CA US
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