Night Clubs Downtown LA

Night Clubs Downtown LA

The nightclub scene in Downtown Los Angeles offers many different types of venues, suiting all tastes. Additionally, DTLA is the home to many of the city’s coolest galleries. In the middle of the Gallery Row District sits the Spring Arts Tower, formerly the Crocker Citizens National Bank building. Built in 1914, it has kept its original design and many elements from its heyday. Recently opened in the former bank portion of the building, is the Crocker Club.

This elegant night spot has several well lit, sexy lounges reminiscent of the 1920s, with much of the original bank detail still intact.

The “Vault Room” used to be the actual vault of the bank, and the tremendous and beautiful vault door, still graces the entrance to the room. In our main room, the bar is the former counter for the tellers in the VIP section of the bank, where the well to do would conduct business and keep their safety deposit boxes.

As it is not uncommon for old buildings to be haunted, we are proud of our resident ghost that makes the occasional appearance in the “Ghost Room,” our clubs private room. This room includes its own bar and stereo system. Don’t be afraid to be closed in with the ghost! He is friendly.

We have several lounge areas to choose from. Take a look at our gallery page to get a feel for the environment. Our house bartenders can whip you up one of their specialty drinks that have become so popular. Of course, if you have a tried and true favorite, they can make that, too. We use only fresh ingredients in our drinks and light appetizers that are also available.
The club opens Wednesday through Saturday, but we can accommodate special requests for our off days. Please call the office to discuss. Our roster of rotating DJs is sure to satisfy all musical palettes. We also have DJ EROK, our resident Saturday night turntable master who never fails to bring in the crowd. View our calendar of events page for up to date scheduling.
We request you look sharp and glamorous when coming to the club, and men are encouraged to wear button down collared shirts. Our dress code is strictly enforced and we ask that you avoid the following items:

Sandals or tennis shoes
Beanies or baseball caps
Hooded sweatshirts, t-shirts, or any article of clothing with a sports logo.
Fitted jeans are preferred over baggy.


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