Los Angeles Nightlife Destinations for Going Out after June 15th

los angeles nightlife destinations where to go after june 15th

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Where to Go Out after June 15th

As California’s vaccination rate rises, many are looking forward to finally being able to let loose in Los Angeles nightlife destinations. After June 15th, California law will allow businesses to operate at 100% capacity while following the CDC’s updated mask mandates (though many businesses may still independently have their own mask rules). Many Los Angeles nightlife venues have closed either temporarily or permanently due to the effects of pandemic. But for people looking to experience a fun and exciting summer, there are still a number of options for nightlife in Los Angeles. See which Los Angeles nightlife destinations will be the best places to party after June 15th to party it up.

Poppy

One of Los Angeles’ most exclusive hot spots, Poppy is an ideal destination to visit for a trendy night out. The whimsical, West Hollywood space is part lounge, part nightclub with a library-themed room for DJs and rappers to perform for tables of clubgoers.




The Classic Cat

A newly reopened historical locale, this speakeasy in West Hollywood has an unassuming door that leads to a bustling supperclub. Start the night with dinner and watch the atmosphere transition into a lounge complete with bottle service and live performances.




Black Rabbit Rose

Visit this charming, Hollywood lounge with a vintage feel to experience a unique Los Angeles nightlife venue. Live jazz performances and magic shows in their theater draw guests in for an unforgettable night of entertainment alongside an indoor bar and outdoor patio.




Flying Embers

Head to the Downtown LA Arts District to visit Flying Embers–one of the city’s most unique tap rooms. With a focus on hard kombucha, hard seltzer and even non-alcoholic cocktails, this bar serves up a one-of-a-kind selection of drinks you can’t find anywhere else.




Academy

If you miss seeing your favorite artists live, Academy is the place to go for performances from the best of the best in EDM and Dance music. Get tickets to see artists like Steve Aoki take the stage or enjoy their outdoor patio for drinks, bites and music in Hollywood.

The Parlor

Whether you’re a sports fan or not, The Parlor is a great Los Angeles nightlife destination for beer, cocktails, and bites in West Hollywood. Go for the big game or any day of the week to experience the upscale sports bar while supporting one of the few Black-owned bars in LA.

The Bungalow Santa Monica

One of the best places to watch the sunset in Santa Monica, the Bungalow is back with cocktails and bites on the Westside. Kitschy, Baja decor and a nightly DJ keep guests coming back for a guaranteed good time. Book a reservation to have your own private space in this beachy locale known for being a neighborhood go-to.

Sorry Not Sorry

Head to this West Hollywood bar that makes for the perfect sunny day outing due to its outdoor patio of colorful decor. Grab a picnic table and toast with friends in this spacious, 4000 square foot bar that serves up rosé, beer and cocktails until late.

1720 Warehouse

This Downtown LA space plays host to numerous parties and events throughout the year. Get tickets to their dance parties with themes like indie rock, pop punk, and old school hip hop or see unique musical artists in the spacious warehouse venue.

Brennans

This classic bar on the edge of Marina del Rey and Venice has an expansive outdoor patio with plenty of seating for your group. Known for its Irish roots, you can find a selection of rotating beers on tap, whiskeys, and delicious pizza to round out your night on the Westside.

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