1714 N Las Palmas Ave, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9002834.102052 -118.336139
Neighborhoods: Central LA, Hollywood
Good but there are better choices – Las Palmas from the owners of H Wood and The Tea Room. Previously LAX but originally Las Palmas.
What do I like about this place? hmmm definitely not the interior, not he staff, not the patio, maybe just the chanderliers and fish tank. The crowd is good I guess which is the only thing the venue has going for it.
I'll give it 3 stars for the chanderliers, fish tank and crowd but nothing else is worth noting about this venue. Its just as ridiculous as HWood. BORING!!!!
Once the currently promoters move to a newer venue then it will be downhill from there.
You would think after MyHouse, veteran cliub owners in Hollywood will stop financing dull concepts & interior designs like las palmas.Well I guess not.
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Citysearch Editorial Review – One of Hollywood’s most legendary clubs of the 90s has returned with a velvet-rope vengeance, reinventing itself partly with its own nostalgia after a stint as LAX. Nightlife gurus Loyal Pennings, with partners John Terzian and Brian Toll of the h.wood Group re-glamorized the former hot spot and made it as exclusive to the A-list crowd as ever. Artsy Spanish gothic decor creates a dramatic backdrop beneath high ceilings with dark wood beams, brick arches, vintage tiles, wrought iron and glowing romantic lighting in part bestowed from a floating 500-bulb chandelier. Original patrons may recall the giant glowing jellyfish tank that sits behind the long bar packed with scenesters. Though the room is mostly dominated by a sunken dance floor, elegant banquettes off to the side let guests sip the club’s signature tequila teas and dine on ceviche, chicken mole with poblano chile, cilantro lime shrimp with spicy cactus salad, and assorted tacos, sopes and flautas. A “taco shop” is tucked into the club’s entrance on the street, and open until 2 am, so even if you don’t make it inside you can still chow down with an aura of glamour.
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