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** Amount of people equals the maximum amount of guests in your reservation. Price indicates minimum spending on bottle service required for table or section.
Section and/or placement not guaranteed and subject to change.

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How it Works

Clubs in Hollywood work on a basic principle – get the best people, celebrities, promoters and DJs into a room and the people will come. The better the club, the harder it is to get in, and unless you are a celebrity or super model, getting past the strict door guy is tough without knowing someone personally who can come out and walk you in past the almighty velvet rope. The better the club is the more expensive the table minimums are, the tougher the door guy is and the covers are more expensive.

The best of clubs don’t charge a cover at all. This also means that the party is better, more full, and though money can’t buy happiness, you’re chances of having fun are higher as well. The less trendy clubs tend to be easier to get through the door, the tables are less expensive, and minimums or cover charges tend to be more reasonable.

At any level, the table is the way to go – whether you’re going for economical or highbrow, getting in is often impossible without a table and when possible is still the better bet. The rule often goes, the newer the club, the more exclusive but it also has a lot to do with the promoter team, parent company, talent booked, and layout/design of the interior. It comes down to simple supply and demand – whats the most fun? That’s the best one. The higher the minimums of spending, the better the location in the room and often closest to the dance floor and DJ.

Don’t get stuck in the middle of the masses trying to flag down the bar tender for a drink when you can have a home-base in the middle of the dance floor to entertain your friends, clients or new people you get a chance to meet. At the more exclusive it’s a necessity to get in and at the more economical side it breaks down and makes sense fiscally…you take your pick…

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