Kick off your weekend this Friday 27th March 2015 with complete VIP club access to Supperclub Los Angeles. Fridays at Supperclub Los Angeles feature avant-garde art performances, Cirque Du Soleil inspired acrobatics, aerialists, contortionists. In addition to amazing acrobatic performances, Supperclub features laser light shows and a visual and sensory experience like no other. Supperclub Los Angeles is located at 6675 Hollywood Blvd in Hollywood. Doors open 10pm to 2am.
Early arrival to Supperclub Los Angeles is always best to avoid waiting and/or cover charge. Fashionable attire is a must. All guests are required to be 21/over with proper ID. Supperclub Los Angeles club guest list and bottle service available. For reservations, contact Jamie Barren at (310-749-9029). Discover Los Angeles nightlife and nightclubs online at www.jamesbarren.wordpress.com
Friday at Supperclub Los Angeles is the best to start your weekend night out partying in Los Angeles. Arguably the best open format music Friday night in L.A., Supperclub Los Angeles nightclub welcomes the biggest open format deejays in the world. Based around the concept of nostalgic indulgence, everyone is strongly encouraged to lose themselves to remixes of your favorite pop, rock, trap, and hip hop deejays. And bottle service at Supperclub Los Angeles is your best bet to make sure you are not waiting in a massive line. This place sells out weekly, so you will want to reserve in advance. Prepare yourself for an evening of champagne showers, tight bodies, innocent debauchery and celebrity infested nightlife Fridays at Supperclub Los Angeles. When your daily routine gets stale, be a little dangerous. Discover the glitz and glamour red carpet VIP available online at www.bottlemenuservice.com
Supperclub Los Angeles is the sixth installment of a franchise that originated in Amsterdam. The Hollywood version of ‘Supperclub’ has found a fitting home in the historic Vogue Theater. After an extravagant makeover, the immense space now draws a dapper clubbing crowd that flocks in to witness avant-garde performances over a delectable meal before joining in on the Euro-style dance scene. Beginning at 7pm, moneyed club kids and chic showbiz folks step onto the red carpet and into le bar rouge – a red-lit bar area with soaring ceilings, abstract projections, and modern paintings – where they lounge over specialty cocktails in cushy circular booths or mingle at the curved steel bar. Once the dinner hour rolls around at 8pm, two sets of red velvet curtains part to reveal la salle neige, the stark white main hall where guests remove their shoes and recline in the bed-like booths arranged on two levels around the perimeter, as the chef takes the stage to prepare a surprise four-course meal. Gorgeous waitresses and a cast of acrobats, contortionists, and belly dancers provide eye candy and entertainment until 10:30pm, when a roster of international deejays, backed by a colossal projection screen, start pumping out house beats that get the hard-charging crowd on its feet in every available space. A great option for patrons looking for a taste of vintage nightlife with a modern twist, Supperclub LA serves up an eclectic night out marked by generous dollops of flamboyance and flair.