In mybookFun Collection (edit)
Added to your fun collection.
Removed From mybook!

We took this business out of your fun collection.

Stone Rose Lounge

Add to mybook

This listing has been
added to mybook.

This listing has been
removed from mybook.

Business Details



in Business


Regular Hours


Sponsored Links
Payment method:
master card, visa, amex, discover
Central LA, West Hollywood, Central La
Cocktail Lounges, Bars, Restaurants

More »

Less »


Review this business:
Click to Rate
Share Review

Like this review? Share it on your social network to get the word out!


Posted: 3/14/2010Provided by Citysearch - 

not that great

I decided to check out the stone rose lounge since I live nearby, and wanted to consider bringing friends there. It was early in the evening and pretty slow, I really wanted this place to be great since it's walking distance from my apartment and it has such a great look to it, but I was greatly disappointed. The drinks are really over priced and I tried the crispy shrimp which turned out to be really bland. Also the service there was awful. i sat out at the patio and waited for a good while before i had to ask a guy walking by who worked there for a menu. Then i had to wait another long while before I could order, then she took forever to bring my check. Definitely NOT impressed.

Was this helpful?YesFlag Abuse
liltam 5

Posted: 11/25/2008Provided by Citysearch - 

Great place to relax

I really like this lounge! It has a great ambiance and it is a nice place to gather with friends to just relax. And the servers there are really nice.

Was this helpful?YesFlag Abuse

Posted: 11/17/2008Provided by Citysearch - 

Hate the Hollywood scene, but this place is fine

What I like is there's a decent assortment of people hanging out here, not just hipsters. I went a few times on busy nights in late '06 & '07. Only went a few times on slow nights in '08, and it was tooooo slow. So I'm not sure if it's still fun. But it's a cozy spacious place, and if you don't have an inferiority complex you won't have a problem having a B+ time or better, and do some mingling - which I find difficult at most LA places. Here it's never been a problem. I've gotten in because people think I look like someone, but can't point out who. Good they don't know or care, that I'm not what's considered ""a big deal"".

Was this helpful?YesFlag Abuse

Posted: 7/12/2008Provided by Citysearch - 

Bad service.

Hey Stone Rose, when you put a $150 hold on my bank account for ordering 3 drinks on my debit card maybe this is something you want to discuss with me. And then when I call to ask them about it the best they can do is say ""take it up with your bank."" Where I come from this is called bad service. Never going back ever for any reason.

Was this helpful?YesFlag Abuse

Posted: 7/7/2008Provided by Citysearch - 

Here's the deal...(I used to work here)

I used to work here and here is the deal regarding some of the negative comments below...

1) It's LA. This is a selective spot so if you are ugly, trashy, low class or sketchy you will have tough/impossible time getting in because we want to create a specific environment inside with the right mix of people. Notice how ALL the negative reviews are from people with door issues and therefore are probably befitting of the above descriptions. If this does not apply to you you will be admitted and like it here.

2) The ""reserved"" signs. If someone has made a reservation they can choose where they want to sit when they come so we do this as a precaution so when other people sit at a table (and please do!) that they may later get bumped at they are not surprised. The servers explain this. Think about it: if you made a bottle service reservation YOU would expect the same to be done for you. But until those people come (if they do at all) it is all open seating.

Bottom line is this is a great spot; on the weekdays when you want a pick-me-up low key cool night out or the weekends when you want excitement and a bigger crowd. And for summer, you CAN'T beat the patio.

Wednesday's are the best night. Very entertainment-industry, celeb sighting, young and hot but still approachable and non-intimidating or stuffy. Everyone is very friendly.

Was this helpful?YesFlag Abuse

Posted: 2/17/2008Provided by Citysearch - 

its a good hotel club/bar

went there really late on saturday with my wife. no line, and a quick conversation with the doorman and we got in. The decor is very nice, lovely outdoor cabanas, nice large fire pit. It wasn't crowded at all, the music was not that loud, and the dj was great. the place is big enough to sit somewhere that's quieter. very good mix of music, rock, hip hop etc. old songs and new ones. attractive clientele, we will take bondes in dresses over meat heads in baseball caps any day. a Johnny black on the rocks (full glass) and an amstel for $19 isn't expensive unless you drink at dives all the time. great vibe, people signin along to the music, no attitudes. its a hotel bar, not a neighborhood watering hole. i dont understand what the negative reviews are complaining about. how huge of a scene or easy of entry do you expect? we had a great time and a nice experience, and we plan on bringing 10 of our friends for a birthday soon, we will probably have a great time.

Was this helpful?YesFlag Abuse

Posted: 12/2/2007Provided by Citysearch - 

place is awful

dont even bother---the people who work the door are very obnoxious--it is not even worth your time. Esp if u are at La Cienega----tons of better places to party at.

Was this helpful?YesFlag Abuse

Posted: 11/26/2007Provided by Citysearch - 

I've been transported to Detroit !

I came here with a group of friends (half guys/half girls) and at first the bouncer seemed as though he was going to give us a problem since we didn't have a rez -- it was just a spur-of-the-moment decision to come here. Anyway, we got in and immediately I was reminded of the clubs in Detroit that try really hard to project some notion of cool without much success. The place is huge and the DJ was really into his music (as were the scantily dressed women dancing next to him) and it was loud (we all had to huddle to hear each other). The crowd was comprised mostly of older business men, bleached blondes with clingy outfits and hip-hoppers with bling, which was almost humorous. The drinks were pricey & really strong even though I asked for mine to be mild. Dont think i'll be coming back.

Was this helpful?YesFlag Abuse

Posted: 8/17/2007Provided by Citysearch - 

Ignore Below

Apparently things have changed over the last few months. Went to Stone Rose last Friday to meet a large group and was greeted with a relatively short line by LA standards. I personally found the doormen professional and rather friendly. The space itself is breathtaking with both great design insite and an amazing atmosphere on the outside patio. The drinks were strong and well mixed, although it did take a little while to get a drink. The DJ, although tucked away, played great music and seemed to understand his crowd well. In the three+ years I have been in LA I've been to better clubs/bars but only a handful in terms of decor, environment, people, and general service. I would highly recommend Stone Rose if you want entertaining night in a great setting and will be back in the future.

Was this helpful?YesFlag Abuse

Posted: 2/12/2007Provided by Citysearch - 

Don?t Waste Your Time?

I can see why the buzz surrounding this place has fizzled out over the past months. I went there last weekend, and was utterly unimpressed. First off, the doorman Jay didn?t know how to spell the name Ryan, so there was a delay getting in. After he broke free from denying three attractive girls entrance, he looked again, and it magically appeared. So Jay, this sorry excuse for a bouncer, ushered us in to what I thought would be a good scene, and low and behold?. Stone Rose was half empty and almost a third of the crowd was over 50. Then? our waitress kept mixing up drink orders? and it ended up being a bad night all around. I personally will never go back to this garden variety hotel lounge that?s trying desperately to be something it?s not.

Was this helpful?YesFlag Abuse
Sponsored Links
Map & Directions
More Like This
Send to Phone
Stone Rose Lounge

8555 Beverly BlvdLos AngelesCA 90048

(310) 228-6676

Send this business listing as a text message to a mobile phone.


Your text message was sent.

To opt out at anytime, send the word STOP to YP411.

To get a help message, send the word HELP to YP411.

There was an error sending your text.

Please try again.

Terms: The recipient of this text message may incur charges depending on their wireless carrier. Not all carriers are currently supported.

Message Business

What would you like to know?



We were unable to send your message. Please try again later.

Add a Photo
Stone Rose Lounge

8555 Beverly BlvdLos AngelesCA 90048

(310) 228-6676

  • Photos should be in .gif, .jpg, or .png format
  • Photos should represent this business (ex. storefront, interior, services/amenities offered, etc.)
  • Photos must not be of an objectionable nature (offensive, profane, pornographic, obscene, etc.)
  • All photos submitted are subjected to YP Terms of Service
Add a New Collection
Oops! There was a problem saving the new custom collection.
Please try again.
Collection Name cannot be empty
Upload a Photo

Remaining Characters: 100

Remaining Characters: 500

We just redesigned! Do you like it?
× Not a Fan

× Thank You!