Housed in the former space of Tru nightclub, the Argyle is a lounge-club combo new to the scene in Hollywood. The main entrance leads down a flight of stairs into an area with comfy couches and the look of a library. This is what management likes to refer to as the cocktail den. “Downstairs in the craft cocktail lounge, you can take a breather and actually talk to the person you’re with,” says Travis Bass of the Tru Hospitality group. “We wanted a 1920s speakeasy down here, but upscale in London or Paris with no Prohibition.” The venue’s side entrance on Selma Avenue leads upstairs to the nightclub, where there is a large dance floor, fancy lighting and the only two-story VIP booth in all of Los Angeles. The Argyle’s website describes the club as “a champagne jam where high art, high fashion, and high times mingle on the dance floor and the DJ is only as important as the next song.
Actor David Arquette and business moguls John Terzian and Brian Toll bring Bootsy Bellows; The 60's art deco inspired nightclub combined with a variety of live entertainment including costumed burlesque dancers, DJ's, live musical acts, puppets, and impromptu concerts.
We welcome you to dine in smart casual attire.
Playhouse, located in the heart of Hollywood, is the face of the city’s historic Fox Theatre. Recently selected by Reuters as one of the “Top 10 Nightclubs in the World” (and the only club to receive this honor on the West Coast), Playhouse Nightclub is an elegant, versatile space with state-of-the-art lighting, sound and design. The main room consists of three bars, including a marvelous round bar in the center of the room surrounded by plush VIP booths. The upstairs lounge features a retractable glass skylight that gives clientele the precious opportunity of enjoying the stars in an open-air room.