Top 5 Nightclubs in Los Angeles

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Where are the hautest spots to party in the City of Angels? It’s a tough job, but we’ve done the digging for you. With great fanfare, we present our picks for the top five nightclubs in Los Angeles. Get ready to put on your dancing shoes!

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1 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. Booking a table for dinner or reserving bottle service should also do the trick if you're not into an early bird special.
643 N La Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 (310) 652-2012

2 Bootsy Bellows

Bootsy Bellows is the best new club to hit Hollywood in ages. Under the direction of owners David Arquette and John Terzian, 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 (310) 274-7500

3 Hooray Henry's principals John Terzian, Brian Toll and Markus Molinari have created a brand new British-themed club called Hooray Henry’s, and it's a smashing good time. As conceived by John Sofio of BUILT Inc., Hooray Henry's is like an aristocratic English manor with the modern touches only an Angeleno could enjoy. Dance the night away while imbibing hip Brit-themed cocktails like the bourbon-based “Royal Fashion” and gin-soaked “Oxford Lad."
8713 Beverly Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90048 (310) 274-7500

4 The Sayers Club

The Sayers Club has credibility because it's so unassuming from the outside. Though it's hidden behind a hot dog stand, don't be fooled: this hot spot attracts some of the biggest names -- and DJ's -- in Hollywood. The nightclub is bigger and better after undergoing a revamp in 2013; it took over an area that formerly housed Papya King and converted the space into a dark and masculine den of relaxation with pre-party snacks for pizza lovers courtesy of its new wood-burning oven. Haute!
1645 Wilcox Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 871-8233

5 AV Nightclub

AV nightclub may be located inside the historic 1920′s Marion building, but trust us, its interior is completely modern. There are three platforms for go-go dancers, aerial rigging for theatrical performances and staging for dancing behind each table. If you think this sounds like a party you want to be at, you're right.
1601 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028 (310) 334-9619
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