The location is practically a historic landmark given the nightclubs that have come and gone in the same space like Guys & Dolls, The Beverly and Guy's. A more impressive renovation preceded the arrival of The Peppermint Club that is a collaboration between owners of hit Weho club The Nice Guy and Interscope Records. The façade features a more industrial design with interiors that revive '60s decadence. Geometric cutouts interrupt wood paneling and black lacquer wall with enough mirrors to keep this very-pretty crowd in ample reflected surfaces. Black leather booths double for bottle service and VIP reservations in a scene that evolves from lounge romp to full-on dance club by 1am.
Bottle service is a must for anyone that doesn’t roll up in a Bentley or have a buxom supermodel failing behind them come 11pm.
Former-Guy's, Guys & Dolls in LA debuts as '60s inspired live music lounge by the creators of Bootsy Bellows.