Project Nightclub Saturday 2017 Mar 11

Project Nightclub SATURDAYS

DJs & neon lights attract crowds to the dance floor at this legendary nightclub of “SNL” fame in the heart of Hollywood.

Address: 6356 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Phone: +1 (310) 749-9029

Event Date: March 11, 2017 10:00 PM – 2:00 AM

Welcome to Project LA, the destination for those that love to fully experience nightlife in all of it’s glory. Project Nightclub prides itself on bringing world class DJs, exceptional table service, an extraordinarily friendly staff, current and relevant artists, and an exceptionally fun filled and unforgettable night.

Table MinimumsVenue ProfileDress CodeHow Can We Be of Service

Project Club LA · TABLE MINIMUMS

Patrons can option for a VIP table on the lively dance floor or in large spacious booth. The booths are really nice for large parties and much appreciated by those visiting the club. Project LA features 17 booths available for bottle service and one main bar. Table Reservations close at 2:00 AM. To RSVP, call/text +1 (310) 749-9029.


Table
# of Guests
Minimum Spend

Main Room Table
8
$800.00
Table located around the dance floor.


Dance Floor Table
12
$1,200.00
Tables located in center of venue on dance floor.


Owner’s Table
20
$2,000.00
The best table in the house!


Bottle Service Menu   Table Seating Chart

Project Nightclub · VENUE PROFILE

The first Gensler designed nightclub in the world is right here in Hollywood. Welcome Project LA, which launches tonight in the legendary Roxbury space along Hollywood Blvd huddled in between Hemingway’s and Beso. Headed by Boulevard Nightlife Group and Project London, find an immersive experience with angular lines, next-level laser lights over a modest dance floor, and a smattering of tables with clear views of the space.

Project Nightclub Venue Images

It feels edgy and futuristic because that’s the point — no exposed incandescent or weathered wood to be found. An illuminated DJ booth looks over the dance floor while a mesmerizing triangle light show done by V Squared Labs hangs above revelers. Check out this cocktail menu, though prices reflect UK pounds. One wonders, which celebrity will be the first one to order the F*** Me I’m Famous? (A cinnamon fireball served with pop rocks candy).

Project Nightclub · DRESS CODE

Dress Code Policy is strictly enforced. Fashionable, upscale attire is required to be granted entry. Project maintains the highest standards of dress attire for all of their patrons.

  • What’s not allowed: As you now know, just because it is against the formal dress code doesn’t necessarily mean it won’t occasionally get through the door. Often times if you show up with a very stylish look, things are overlooked. Still, be mindful that these are things that are universally “not allowed” per official dress codes: baggy jeans, sports hats, shoes that are considered too “sports like,” shorts, cut-offs, jerseys, and beanies. Jeans are completely acceptable at every club in LA. You just want to make sure that your jeans look good. Many of L.A.’s best night clubs do not allow torn, rugged jeans.
  • Dress Code for shoes: You are always safe with leather and dress shoes. You can even occasionally get away with low profile “tennis shoes” as long as they look dressy enough and don’t have any huge logos on them. Most nightclubs are relaxing the rules on shoes as long as you compensate elsewhere in your outfit.

Project Special Events Service · HOW CAN WE HELP?

Simply fill out the form below to submit your VIP RSVP directly to PROJECT LA. We will send you a confirmation and keep you in the loop each step of the way. Plus our services come at no cost to you. If you do not hear from us within 24 hrs, or if you desire a quicker response, please send us a text message at at +1 (310) 749-9029.

Watch as one of the most unforgettable nights of your life unfolds … with a fun, sophisticated atmosphere filled with hip-hop music and world-renowned DJs in the heart of Hollywood.


Project Club LA
6356 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
90028
United States


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