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In the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, in the neighborhood now known as Gallery Row, you’ll find the Crocker Club. One of the city’s gems, The Crocker Club is in a renovated bank vault, and boasts an upscale, elegant venue with several bars and areas to enjoy.

The lighting is exquisite and the décor is reminiscent of the 1920s. The interior of the building is Art Deco with Art Nouveau details. Italian Marble, sculptured brass and Batchelder tile are some of the finer touches in the building. Known as the Spring Arts Tower, the building that hosts the Crocker Club was built in 1914 and was once the home of Crocker Citizens National Bank. Gallery Row, formerly the old financial district is one of the cities busiest and diverse areas with endless things to do.

The main bar in the Crocker Club is the original bank teller’s counter and the area it is in was the VIP level of the bank reserved for people who held safety deposit boxes. If you are brave, and looking for a private place to hang, head over to the Ghost Bar. Aptly named, this room is indeed haunted, but the ghost is friendly! The room has its own bar and sound system. If you are in the mood for more “security,” hang out inside The Vault and relax in one of the booths. We have several areas to choose from to suit your needs, be it chilling out or dancing.

We are open Wednesday through Saturday, and can open for special occasions upon request. We feature an array of guest DJs, and every DJ has their own style. On Saturdays, we feature our resident DJ EROK. This night has a long time following. We occasionally have live music; please check our calendar of events for a complete listing of what we’ve got going on. We have a variety of classic cocktails and specialty drinks using fresh ingredients. Our bartenders can customize a cocktail to your liking and can accommodate most requests. You can also order light appetizers throughout the night.

We have a very mixed crowd but glamorous attire is encouraged and we do enforce a strict dress code.

No tennis shoes
No baseball hats and no beanies
No t-shirts
No hooded sweatshirts
No jerseys or any kind of clothing with sports logos
No sandals
Fitted jeans only
Collared button down shirts are preferred for men


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