I am knowed by my Pool Name: DB. I recently visit the Bottom Line Night Club, and was impressed by the decor, the staff and the crowd. The Bar is very nicely decorated and the old style Lounge sitting is ideal for getting close to you date. Drinks of all kinds are available and reasonable priced. The long Bar is great for meeting new and old freinds for a drink. Conversation and Laughter is normal and expected when sitting at the bar. If you love to dance, The DJ, who has been around for years, plays some of the most soulful dance music in LA . He had some favors that everyone seems to love. The crowd is freindly, and warm. It cater to a Mature Adult Crowd, 30 and olders. The Music takes you back to a time when things were good. Their is a patio in the back for smoking. If you enjoy a good game of Pool, some of the Best Old Time Players around, comes in to show off thier skills and knowledge of the game. It's a great placed to have a Birthday or What ever Party. Jessie, the Owner, has a another part of the club for Special Events or Occassions. Parking in allowed in the front and the back. But the back parking lot fills up fast. Security, regular checks the outside areas to ensure that all is safe and no one is tappering with the cars. Overall it is a Nice Freindly Safe Local Spot, that everyone in LA knows is the Place to be on Fridays and Sat for Fun, Great Times and a Lot of Laughter. Check it out and see for yourself. Their is a $5.00 cover charge after 9:00 pm on Friday and Saturday. Signing out. DB "The Pool Player"
f you like the Golden Gopher in Downtown LA, you'll probably like Seventh Grand Whiskey Lounge. The place is pretty cool... it's situated right between Olive and Grand on 7th Ave... the neon sign is a bit hard to see. Parking wasn't the easiest of tasks and they don't have valet parking so try and find parking where you can, or arrive early. The great thing about the place is that it's cool, happening, and there is no cover! The bar is on the second floor, so they'll card you on the first and you'll walk up a flight of stairs carpeted in a hip dark plaid. At the top of the stairs you'll notice that one of the walls has got a large 3 shelf cabinet that's filled with Maker's Mark Whiskey. I went on a Saturday night and they have a DJ spinning some music. Near the DJ is the private VIP room which is sometimes roped off for parties, and next to that is the pool table. For you smokers there is a long patio that runs along side the building with plenty of tables and outdoor seating. It's cool, but for a non-smoker like me... I didn't stay out there too long. The drinks were nice and strong and there's a wide variety of beers on tap. All in All a cool place to hang out without breaking the bank on cover and overly priced drinks.
I've been coming here for a few years now. Looks like all of the other reviews have been pretty on the money. It's a huge club with a huge patio. The upstairs is great as it is surrounded by mirrors all around and lots of comfy places to sit. The staff is really, really nice. Whoever does the hiring there must really know how to read people. I would hang out with any one of them outside of the club. The price is very, very reasonable...I'm talking ticket cost, parking is $10 (or there are a lot of places to park on the street within a block). For my money, trance and house music always bring the coolest/friendliest crowd, and of the big clubs I've tried in LA this consistently has the best crowd. I make new friends every week. There is an instant bonding process when you're digging the hell out of the music and jumping around with strangers. One huge benefit I haven't seen mentioned is that you always get at least 3 rooms of music, sometimes 4. And when you're not feeling the music so much you always find room on the patio and meet some great people. I also love the variety of ages represented, and the variety of ethnicity and background. I always feel a little bit more connected to humanity after a night here.