Los Angeles offers an interesting and amazing nightlife with plenty of restaurants offering food and drinks late night and some events also runs till late in the night. The sports lover can go to the sporty places that offer the facility to play and view live matches on big screens installed in the pubs and bars. Some of the amazing places that you should check out to enjoy the nightlife of Los Angeles are given here.
Nightlife of Los Angeles
Sunny Spot: Sunny spot is the new venture of Roy Choi who is famous for Kogi-the spot which is famous for the Korean BBQ in the city. It is themed on Caribbean and it offers you the best and yummiest double fried jerk chicken. If you are not a lover of chicken then go for two fist cheeseburger which is inexpensive. In sweet dish you can go for fried plantains.
Café 50s: Café 50’s is in Venice which offers all day breakfast and shakes of different flavors. It has a cool Eisenhower-era memorabilia where you can hang upon as it has famous album sleeves from Elvis, Little Richard and Chubby Checker and all the tables have a personal jukebox. The late night people can enjoy the late night eateries like Brownie, butter finger, chocolate truffle and jelly that will really put them in a great mood as it tastes very good.
Westwood Brewing Company: As the name indicates brewing company offers an extensive range of new and old craft beers. This is an amazing point for sports lovers. They have an outdoor patio and a karaoke room from where you can escape if your team seems to lose the game. You can get yourself overcome by the defeat by listening to a bad interpretation of the Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean.
Sepi’s: Sepi’s is a place for partying late night and it is the oldest and famous place for cold beers and grand subs. This place is very much near to the ULCA sports museum. The walls of this place are lined up with memorabilia, basketball jerseys and photographs signed by famous people.
So guys what are you waiting for just visit these places and get the most from the nightlife of Los Angeles.