8477 Telegraph Rd.
Pico Rivera, CA 90660
Phone: (562) 291-0025
Fax: (562) 291-0022
All punk fans head to this Downey joint for some real, unadulterated punk at full blast. Anarchy Library features live bands or the jukebox, you can take your pick. Or else just sip on one of the heady yet cheap concoctions that the bartender whips up. Side entertainment is provided by the football table and billiards. The regulars here are true-blood punk fans with the colored Mohawks, tattooed arms and flashy clothing. It's California alright!
Nestled in the heart of Huntington Park, this mid-range family restaurant prides itself on having some of the most authentic Mexican dishes in town. Even though it's a chain, it has a warm, inviting vibe to it; a far cry from some of the other L.A. restaurant chains. All food is prepared fresh daily along with homemade salsa and guacamole. And if you're lucky, you might just stumble in on a live music night. And if you happen to finish your meal, but you not quite ready to call it a night, stick around because the restaurant also features a nightclub where you can dance off your meal. Some of the house favorites include Enchiladas Rancheros, Poblanos Los Cabos and their famous Fajitas. And why not wash your meal down with one of their signature Margaritas. This is a wonderful place to go with friends and family of all sizes. Dress code is casual, ambiance is inviting.
Bottoms Up is a neighborhood bar with a great vibe for watching sports. Plus, they have pool & dart tournaments.
Cowboy Country literally takes you into its wonderful atmosphere with great live country music and great drinks that are served to you by cowboys. As you enter, you will be awed by the large space that the bar occupies. Cowboy Country Saloon boasts of three extensive floors of dancing space, three pool tables, a huge stage and ample seating space all around. The beautiful Long Beach location of the club is great for people looking for nightly entertainment away from the hustle-bustle of the city. Dance to some amazing country music tracks and watch live bands performing, while enjoying some premium drinks and light fare on offer.
Max Karaoke Studio has a series of private rooms with couches, karaoke machine, and two microphones (more can be rented for an additional fee). They have a selection of hot items to eat, like Japanese kebabs and hot pockets, or patrons can bring in their own food! Their catalog is updated regularly and includes a wide selection of songs from the 1950s to the present times. They also feature non-English songs to choose from.
Matsumoto's 2nd Street Jazz is a hot and happening nightspot. Head here on theme nights and watch the bar cum grill come aglow with life and music! Attend Hip Hop, Jazz, Blues, Rhythm and Blues, Soul and Pop concerts even as the snack menu tempts your taste buds. Special events, DJ nights and theme nights like Hip Hop shows, Jazz Sessions among others will keep you entertained through and through. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
The Lash boasts of a designer space with ultra-modern interiors for clubbing, dancing and drinking. Its exterior and interior architecture emphasize on unfinished surfaces and geometrical patterns such as cubes and stripes. Its outer wall is painted in asymmetrical patterns of black and white stripes running in multiple directions. The interior rooms have plain pink, black or white brick arrangements, rectangular and triangular wooden seats and textured columns. Conceptualized by Ross O'Carroll, a musician, this club is replete with DJ nights, parties and theme nights. Check their website for the detailed event schedule.
The Airliner is a swanky aeronautical themed nightspot frequented by large crowds who want to boogie the night away. The two level club has a main bar and a lounge where guests can just relax. The DJ plays all genres of music ranging from the good old pop to electronica. Local artists perform gigs regularly at this venue. This club, with its art deco ambiance, is a sure winner.
You know that any club featuring bands called Vomit Bomb and The Pukers on the same night probably isn't a place to take the parents. The Smell is a small, bare-bones warehouse showcasing the best of underground art and music. The club name possibly derives from the musty aroma that hangs in the air as a result of many sweaty people jammed into such limited space, or perhaps it's a reference to the less-than-glamorous location. Leave your delicate sensibilities at home and enjoy fresh talent. Shows are for all ages, so alcohol isn't on the menu but vegan snacks and tea are!
The Los Angeles Stock Exchange building was re-modeled and now holds rocking nightclubs and upscale bars. This night club gets its name from the building where it's housed. It is hard to find foot space here if you decide to haunt this place later in the evening, as it's always crowded. Hi-fi sound systems and glaring lights make for a cool nightclub atmosphere. Live music and the young, hip crowd are just energetic enough to set you tapping your feet.
B-52 caters to mainly a Latino audience. The club is also known for their strong drinks.
Nestled in the heart of Los Angeles' oriental niche, is this contemporary party haven for night birds in the city. Established in 1946, Grand Star Jazz Club is one of the oldest nightclubs in Los Angeles. Spread across two floors, this club houses two bars and an expansive dance section. If the dance floor get too crowded and cramped for your liking, head out to the spacious patio and take in the cool night air. The music played ranges across hip hop, jazz, 1980s classics and more. Live music, karaoke nights and other entertaining events are regularly organized here.