A Taste of Something New and Different


Abandoned for nearly a decade, the historic Vogue Theater on Hollywood Boulevard– built in 1935– has come to new life as a performance-based dining and nightclub experience. Filled with oversized white beds, supperclub Los Angeles features memorable nights filled with music, food and performance art. There is no menu, but a four-course dinner will be created especially for you, with attention to any dietary preferences. The evening starts with cocktails at L’Bar Rouge at 7 pm. Forty-five minutes later, after you remove your shoes, you will be seated and dinner will commence, ending by 10:30. You can retain your bed by purchasing bottle service and staying for the nightclub portion of the evening, which ends when the liquor laws prohibit any further service. (Otherwise, you’d stay all night.) Or just hang out on the dance floor and take in the scene.  Supper is served Wednesday through Saturday, with the nightclub rolling on Wednesdays, Friday and Saturday until 2 a.m.

Supperclub, 6625 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, 323.466-1900, www.supperclub.com


Author: Hillary Atkin

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