23 "Dancing" restaurants in Los Angeles.
Bar Lubitsch in Weho is your one-stop-shop for strong drinks, sweaty dancing, and meeting fellow twentysomethings.
Fiesta Cantina is a neon-and-palm-tree-filled bar in West Hollywood with plenty of drink and food specials.
Rage is a gay bar in West Hollywood home to both a musical theater night on Mondays and the neighborhoods’ only 18+ night.
The Chapel at the Abbey is a West Hollywood club that’s always filled - mostly with overflow from its next-door neighbor.
Revolver is a West Hollywood gay bar that checks all the boxes - go-go dancers, a prime location, and crying girls outside.
Trunks is the tiny bar in West Hollywood that’s easy to get into, and perfect for regrouping with friends before heading on to the next spot.
Beaches is a West Hollywood bar with a daily happy hour, alcoholic slushies, and a - you guessed it - beach theme.
Mother Lode in West Hollywood is a classic dive that’s bar perfect for when you need a strong drink and a low-key good time.
Micky’s is a wild West Hollywood bar that’s open until 4am on the weekend - do we have to say anything more?
Tramp Stamp Granny’s is a piano bar in Hollywood that’s one of the best new places to drink in Los Angeles.
Echoplex is a music venue in Echo Park and where you go to dance uncontrollably and belt out your favorite throwback songs with your friends.
Zebulon is a live music venue in Frogtown with one of the best dance floors that nobody knows about.
Tenants Of The Trees might be full of people you’ll recognize from Instagram, but it still has one of the best dance floors in Silver Lake.
Cicada Club is a fantastic supper club in downtown with a live big band and a dance floor that gets going early.
If you’re looking to get a little rowdy at a Top 40 mash-up dance party in a shockingly un-clubby atmosphere, Bootie LA your ideal Saturday night.