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How many times you heard “Los Angeles does not sleep”? LA does actually sleep – most clubs and bars close their doors at 2 am – but there’s still plenty of life in the city’s night. It’s easy to spot the hottest places around town to jive, but you really need to take a better look at this insanely and popular guide of the best Los Angeles bars.
Restaurant interior design is not exaggerating when we say that you should visit one of these bars, because they have a great bar design area and a fantastic contract furniture selection that invites you to take the most pleasure of it!
The Hotel Bel – Hair Bar at Dorchester
Is it time to remake a Hollywood classic? Rockwell Studio takes charge and gives the old Hollywood glamour via very modern restaurant interior design lines.
For the legendary Oak Bar, now called simply The Bar, the alterations are more discreet: Columns were eliminated to create a more open layout, the rich wood panels have been slightly darkened to a deep graphite hue, and the cozy banquettes are made of bronze, teak, and lacquered wood.
Girl at the White Horse
With an obsessively eclectic vibe that proprietor Reza Fahim has described as John Hughes meets Wong Kar-wai, Girl at the White Horse is meant to be as transporting as the directors’ films. Fahim, a film buff and the son of the former social secretary to the last Shah of Iran, created this space to escape the crushing success of his prior Los Angeles nightlife venture, Tenants of the Trees.
At Girl at the White Horse, intimate nooks and estate-sale furniture welcome a privacy-loving guest list of young Hollywood, with an even more secluded upstairs for impromptu performances and occasional book clubs.
Backers H Wood Group, responsible for many a Kardashian-clan birthday party at their hotspot The Nice Guy, know a winning supper club formula when they see it: dinner and drinks sliding seamlessly into bottle service and dancing.
‘At small parties there isn’t any privacy,’ F Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote, and at Delilah, the sprawling intimacy comes courtesy an extensive champagne selection and velvet banquettes from nightlife expert John M Sofio of Built Inc, who added to the Gatsby-inspired plushness with dramatic brass columns, crystal sconces, and a central marble fireplace.
Time was that airplane travel evoked mobility and glamour instead of flight delays and security checks, and Now Boarding in West Hollywood lands the cheeky mile-high concept with thankful restraint.
With a moody mod decor by Sayre Ziskin, the lounge is all about the destination instead of the journey, with tray tables in permanent downright positions and protective headcovers, elevated by dark wood, brass, and a long wingspan of a bar.
Break Room 86
They say fashion comes back around every 30 years, which makes Break Room 86’s period revival right on-time. Twin brothers Mark and Jonnie Houston, who have built a Southern California mini-empire on the sheer appeal of dramatic entrances, decked this space with working arcade consoles and mallrat drinks, like an Orange Julius tiki cocktail.
But finding your way inside any Houston Hospitality venture is either an adventure or some sort of ordeal, depending on your perspective.
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