LA Nightclub

LA Nightclub

Downtown LA is the home to some of the city’s coolest and most popular nightclubs and bars. The Crocker Club is in the center of this hot LA scene, located in the Gallery Row District on Spring Street and Fifth. Formerly the Crocker Citizens National Bank building, the building is now called the Spring Arts Tower, home to not only the Crocker Club, but artists, production companies and the like.

Built in 1914, the building maintains its Art Deco integrity and the Crocker Club follows suit. Decorated in 1920s style, the décor is Art Deco, Art Nouveau with Italian marble, sculptured brass and Batchelder tile. As the club is set in the former bank, we have incorporated many of the bank’s original details into our design. The main bar is the original bank teller’s counter where VIP patrons used to conduct business and keep their safety deposit boxes. The original vault houses one of our many bars with the original vault door at the entrance.

And what’s an old building without its resident ghost? Yep, we’ve got one, but don’t worry, he’s friendly. He hangs out in the aptly named “Ghost Bar.” This is a private room that has its own bar and sound system. We would consider you lucky if you got a visit from our friendly ghost (does the ghost have a name??). ((left off here) We’ve got several different areas for you to choose from to relax and have some delicious cocktails.

The club is Wednesday night through Saturday night, and we can open for special occasions. We have a group of guest DJs who rotate, each with their own style to suit many musical tastes. Our resident DJ EROK spins every Saturday night and has quite the loyal following. We occasionally have live bands. Be sure to check our events calendar for a complete listing of djs, bands and the like. We serve light appetizers to accompany our variety of classic cocktails and specialty drinks that are made with only the freshest ingredients. Our fabulous house mixologists can accommodate requests, or let them mix you up something fresh.

We do enforce a strict dress code and encourage glamorous attire. If you’re going out, you might as well look sharp!

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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