Argyle Hollywood Insider’s Guide

The Argyle LA Los Angeles | 2020 All You Need to Know
  • Main Room
  • Main Room
  • Upstairs Patio
  • Open Air Patio
  • Downstairs Cocktail Den
  • Downstairs Cocktail Den
  • Downstairs Cocktail Den
  • Downstairs Cocktail Den
  • VIP Tables (downstairs)

Venue Description

The Argyle. Located at 1600 Argyle Avenue. Elegant bi-level bar & nightclub featuring 1960s-era decor, a fireplace and a two-story VIP table.

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Housed in the former space of Tru nightclub, the Argyle is a lounge-club combo new to the scene in Hollywood.

The main entrance leads down a flight of stairs into an area with comfy couches and the look of a library. This is what management likes to refer to as the cocktail den.

“Downstairs in the craft cocktail lounge, you can take a breather and actually talk to the person you’re with,” says Travis Bass of Tru Hospitality group. “We wanted a 1920s speakeasy down here, but upscale in London or Paris with no Prohibition.”

The venue’s side entrance on Selma Avenue leads upstairs to the nightclub, where there is a large dance floor, fancy lighting and the only two-story VIP booth in all of Los Angeles. The Argyle’s website describes the club as “a champagne jam where high art, high fashion, and high times mingle on the dance floor and the DJ is only as important as the next song.”

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Venue Vitals

What To Know

Music: mostly HipHop, Top40
Best for: Groups, Singles
Capacity: 500

Average Line: 15-40min
Price: $$$ (Pricey)
Attire: Upscale, Fashionable

When To Visit

Hours of Operation
Mon 10:00pm – 2:00am
Thu-Sun 11:00pm -2am

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Where To Go

The Argyle Nightclub
1600 Argyle Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90028

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Expert Tips

Drink Prices:
• Mixed drinks $14–$18
• Beers $8; Shots $8.
• Bottles start at $450 & up.
• Champagne Packages also available, $1400-$10K.
• Red Bulls & Argyle Waters, 6-for-$36.

Admission:
• Varies between $20-$40 on most nights.
• The line usually starts getting busy around 11pm.
• We recommend arriving before 11pm.
• Bottle/ table service reservation always best.

When to go:
• It’s packed nightly.
• A-list celeb sightings weekly.
• Monday: Cathouse LA
• Friday: Hip Hop, Top 40
• Saturday: Open Format
• Sunday: Hip Hop

Best table at Argyle:
• The stage table is 100% best table.
• But almost all the tables have pretty solid location.
• There’s also a 2-story VIP table.

Table Min To Spend:
• VIP Table $1K-$1500 min, 1-6 guests.
• Dance Floor $2K-$2500 min, 6-12 guests.
• Stage Table – $3K min, 6 bottles, 10-12 guests.
• 24% service charge + CA sales tax applied.

Where to park:
• Parking lot (next to club) is $10 flat rate.
• There’s also plenty of street parking on Argyle.

Cathouse Mondays

Cathouse LA At The Argyle

If your start-of-the-week blues can only be cured by late nights in subterranean clubs, the Cathouse LA hot-spot at The Argyle could do the trick tonight and every Monday—and only on Mondays.

Each week, models sporting riding crops and black cat string masks are expected to saunter through the space; where you can expect intermittent burlesque numbers.

There is an old-timey rotary phone, which is a photo booth (simply remove the handset from cradle and a camera will go off), as well as complimentary shots of vodka-tinged “cat-nip” at the door from select concierges.

Descend to the club and pass through velvet curtains to find a ’20s-inspired lounge. A long hallway of doors lead to library VIP room with a fireplace filled with electric candles. Diamond-studded tufted leather booths, lingerie-clad models and VIP rooms modernize the speakeasy concept.

There’s no food; except for chocolate-covered strawberries given to everyone at midnight; and a few of their house cocktails like Behind the Mask, the Cat House and Madame Larue. There are also classic-leaning cocktails, bubbly sippers and a playlist of ’90s, 2000s and contemporary music because “the venue pays homage to the purity of music rather than DJ.

Dress Code

How To Best Dress

Dress to impress! Collared shirt / jeans / dress shoes for guys. Avoid anything considered athletic attire (e.g. track suit, jersey, hats, etc).