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Dirty Laundry

The Houston brothers take LA’s sexiest bar underground. A dimly lit debaucherie, you better know the password if you want to get down.

No Vacancy

Passing the red ropes outside No Vacancy is actually your ticket back in time to the early 1900s. Located in a restored Victorian home and outfitted with dark wood paneling, sexy burlesque acts and pre-Prohibition era cocktails emit an old Hollywood vibe. Café seating spills out onto a patio-style courtyard lit by fireplaces and old postal lamps.

The Spare Room

Bowling alleys are typically the opposite of chic, but The Spare Room, created by nightlife ambassadors Med Abrous and Marc Rose, is changing the game. This stylish venue on the mezzanine of the Hollywood Roosevelt feels like a neighborhood hangout. Custom-designed oxfordbowlingshoes,agamingparlorandvintage-inspiredlanessealthedeal.

Sayers Club

Tucked away on Wilcox, the only evidence of an ultra-hip lounge are the scenesters and music guru’s lined up outside. Once cleared by the doorman, Sayers is a throwback speakeasy with exposed brick, lush drapes and an illuminated bar. Leather couches border the room and face the main stage where unannounced musical acts perform nightly.


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