The Top 5 Nightclubs in Los Angeles

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If you love the nightlife (and love to boogy) you must, must must check out our top five Los Angeles hot spots. So put your dancing shoes on and officially get ready to party down at Haute Living’s top five LA nightclubs!

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1 Bootsy Bellows

Bootsy Bellows is the best new club to hit Hollywood in ages. Under the direction of owner David Arquette (the other owners include John Terzian,Darren Dzienciol, Deborah Maguire and Brian Toll) the Sunset Strip spot is a mixture of vintage cool and complete whimsy. It's nearly impossible to get in the door, but should you be one of the lucky few, you'll be guaranteed to have the best time of your life.
9229 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069

2 The Bungalow

The Bungalow
The Bungalow is Santa Monica's answer to the nightclub in the sense that it is the spot to be seen at, while still retaining a laid-back Westside cool. Brent Bolthouse's gorgeous new lounge adjacent to the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows has killer cocktails, a gorgeous crowd and a relaxed ambiance. It is a spot that can't be missed.
101 Wilshire Blvd at Ocean, Santa Monica, CA

3 Greystone Manor SupperClub

Hollywood's hottest stars come to party at Greystone Manor. Dinner service from sbe's executive Chef Danny Elmaleh begins at 6 pm, but late night is when the club is at its best. The beautiful people come out to play and party in the old Hollywood-style venue, whose interior can best be described as neo-Renaissance meets neo-Gothic décor.glamour and decadence. Like the best of its peers, its door is tight. Unless you're one of the Hollywood elite, get there early for a shot at glory.
643 N La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069

4 Lure Nightclub Hollywood

The mega-club has returned to LA Las-Vegas style in the form of Lure. This Hollywood hot spot is massive, made for dancing and easily one of the best places to spend a Saturday night in Los Angeles. In addition to its 50,000 watt Array sound system and LED walls, Lure also features a state of the art Kryosystem that pulsates in time with the music. This gorgeous locale -- designed by Hospitality Design's Wave of the Future 2009 award winner Gulla Jonsdottir -- also happens to be the best spot in LA to see your favorite DJ's.
6675 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028

5 SupperClub

You might be able to have dinner in bed at Hollywood's SupperClub, but trust us, you will NOT want to go to sleep. The all-white decor may look pure, but its clean backdrop provides a blank canvas for the ever-changing, exciting entertainment. This includes, on any given night, a contortionist, aerialist, fire dancer, dance battles and fashion shows. Yes indeed, sleep will be the furthest thing from you mind after an evening at SupperClub. Owner Bert van der Leden:
6675 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90028
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