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The Mosaic Hotel, located in the heart of Beverly Hills, is conveniently located to the many unique attractions, nightlife and shopping destinations.

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10899 Wilshire Blvd, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90024 310-443-7000
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Guide - Nightlife - Live Music

Troubadour

9081 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 310-276-6168

Description: WEST HOLLYWOOD. Since the 1960s, Troubadour has been legendary on the Hollywood music circuit. Its diverse clientele includes folks of all ages, and the balcony provides perfect views of the stage and serves as an escape from overzealous kids. A-listers sit high in the "loft," where they can listen, drink, and mingle undisturbed. All types of bands play at Troubadour, so call ahead for a listing and for cover charges.
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The Mayan

1038 S Hill St, Los Angeles, CA 90015 213-746-4287

Description: DOWNTOWN. Built in 1927, The Mayan was originally a live theater showcase. Today, it hosts some of LA's hottest salsa parties and regularly books salsa, merengue, and Rock en Espanol bands. Architectural drama is a given in the building, which boasts a stunning Mayan theme (surprise!). Striking elements include sculpted walls, stone statues and masks, and a lively color scheme. The club enforces a strict dress code, so wear your most stylish dancing gear. When Latin tunes aren't in play, expect funk, disco, house, and retro rhythms.
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Sky Room

40 S Locust Ave, Long Beach, CA 90802 562-983-2703

Description: LONG BEACH. Remember those glamorous dining room scenes in old movies, where everyone dressed for dinner, and suave men and beautifully dressed ladies chatted over cocktails and waltzed between courses? That is exactly the kind of experience you can have at the Sky Room. After pre-dinner cocktails, the perfect starter course is a foie gras torchon with fig marmalade, brioche, and seared frog legs. Follow with an elegant entrée, perhaps Muscovy duck breast with figs and a crisp polenta cake, or Cote de Boeuf with roasted potatoes and artichokes. For the full experience, dessert is a must ­ white chocolate cheesecake with strawberry compote and chocolate almond soufflé are equally superb. Through the week, a pianist plays classic favorites, while a seven-piece orchestra provides the music on Saturday nights.
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Paladino’s

6101 Reseda Blvd, Tarzana, CA 91335 818-342-1563

Description: TARZANA. Take a trip back to your rebel days when hair was long, jeans were acid-washed and rock was hard. Paladino's Club is a great live music venue where you can enjoy a few cold ones, shoot some pool and listen to the classic sounds of AC/DC or Journey. Indeed, Paladino's books top notch tribute bands - so good, in fact, you won't believe you aren't front row at a Van Halen concert. A huge bar keeps the drinks coming. Even better, happy hour specials run all day long to keep the party hustling. For quality music and a rockin' good time, there's no need to head into Hollywood - they've got it all right here in Tarzana.
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McCabe’s Guitar Shop

3101 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405 310-828-4497

Description: SANTA MONICA. Guitar shop by day, intimate live music mecca by night, McCabe's is one of metro LA's best bets. The decor is stripped down and basic ­ folding chairs and a makeshift stage ­ and no alcohol is served, but you really won't mind. The list of past performers is amazing and eclectic ­ Tom Waits, Cowboy Junkies, They Might Be Giants, Robyn Hitchcock, Bob Mould, Arlo Guthrie, Shawn Colvin, Ray Manzarek, T-Bone Burnett, Nerissa & Katryna Nields, Liz Phair, Mose Allison, Michelle Shocked, Richard Thompson, Evan Dando, Linda Ronstadt, John Lee Hooker, Vince Gill, and Tom Paxton, to name but a few. The first Sunday of each month is open mic night, and family-friendly performances are often scheduled.
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Little Temple

4519 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027 323-660-4540

Description: SILVER LAKE. Sister to Santa Monica's Temple Bar, this hip hangout features both live performers and DJs, not to mention an eclectic mix of tunes ­ from hip-hop to house, Latin to reggae. The emphasis is on good beats, usually chilled, low-key ones that complement Asian-inspired decor and an oversized bed where patrons drink and lounge. A small dance floor in front of the stage is a reminder of more frenzied nights ­ call ahead to see who's scheduled if you're in the mood for something to move to.
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Largo at the Coronet

366 N La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048 310-855-0350

Description: WEST HOLLYWOOD. Giving up its intimate Fairfax Avenue digs for more spacious environs in the former Coronet Theatre, Largo now grants more room to musicians and patrons, all the while ensuring that the same attentive quality that the place was known for remains in effect. (The "no talking" policy is still observed.) Dinner service has been discontinued, so all the focus is now on the exceptional music. Look for concerts by eclectic singer-songwriters ­ folks like Aimee Mann, Fiona Apple, Jon Brion, Michael Stipe, and Beck. Two venues, a large and small one, are available, but shows often sell out fast, so get your tickets early and online.
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Jazz Bakery

3233 W Helms Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90034 310-271-9039

Description: CULVER CITY. Dedicated to bringing jazz to the public in a relaxed, no-frills venue, this non-profit organization has been hosting some of the finest names in jazz for more than a decade. Situated in an old bakery, the place features a small cafe in the lobby where beer, wine, and champagne can be purchased and brought into the theater. Local and national acts alike have graced the stage, including performers like Diana Krall, Mose Allison, and Mark Murphy. A haven for jazz connoisseurs.
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House of Blues

8430 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 323-848-5100

Description: WEST HOLLYWOOD. The rustic Mississippi blues-bar character of HOB belies its true nature. This is a live music venue with food, plain and simple. You're as likely to hear the newest rock and alternative sounds as you are traditional gospel and blues. That said, this is one of the best spots in LA for live music. If you come hungry, don't fret ­ there's a full menu of Southern-style classics, and several bars are scattered throughout, making your trip for a refill quick and painless. Sunday gospel brunch is a perennial family-friendly favorite.
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El Floridita

1253 Vine St #3, Los Angeles, CA 90038 323-871-8612

Description: HOLLYWOOD ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT. Folks hankering for a taste of old Havana find sanctuary at this traditional Cuban supper club. Order a mojito (a heady combination of rum, mint, and lime juice), or try the best sangria in all of Los Angeles. A terrific salsa band inspires even non-dancers, and free mambo lessons mean there's no excuse to be a wallflower. Make reservations for dinner, and you're assured entry to the club without paying a cover charge.
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Windows Lounge

300 S Doheny Dr, Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, CA 90048 310-273-2222

Description: BEVERLY HILLS. Intimate Windows Lounge is great for impressing a date, thanks to patronage by a Hollywood crowd and graphic, stylish decor. Specialty martinis and a good selection of wines are available and are complemented by a menu of light international cuisine and nightly live music. The small patio outside is a favorite spot on lovely California evenings.
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Viper Room

8852 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069 310-358-1881

Description: WEST HOLLYWOOD. Fame and notoriety color this nightspot. Once owned by actor Johnny Depp, it has a reputation for attracting a glitzy clientele and for being the site of actor River Phoenix's death in 1993. Johnny Cash, Lenny Kravitz, and Sheryl Crow have all played here, and unexpected big-name guests take to the stage regularly. The intimate space means you can get up close and actually see performers (unlike larger venues, where you're lucky if you can even see the stage!). Unless you arrive early, expect to wait a while outside the velvet ropes.
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Dresden Room

1760 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027 323-665-4294

Description: EAST HOLLYWOOD. The Dresden Room boasts a casually elegant environment, great live music, and exceptional Manhattans. The dynamic duo of Marty and Elayne, accomplished jazz singers with a large repertoire, provide the lion's share of the live music. The menu features Continental cuisine with favorites such as escargot drenched in garlic butter and rack of lamb done to perfection. Vintage décor adds to the charm of this popular, standing-room only venue. Featured in the movies "Swingers" and "That Thing You Do." Two-drink minimum on weekends.
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Harvelle’s

1432 4th St, Santa Monica, CA 90401 310-395-1676

Description: SANTA MONICA. Small, dark, and handsome, Harvelle's is one of LA's favorites for live blues. The striking black-and-white décor complements the music, and highlights the stage with its deep red curtain backdrop. Regular special events are always popular, so you may want to arrive early to secure a seat. Whether you prefer the cutting edge sounds of new artists or more traditional riffs from established musicians, you're sure to hear something great!
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