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Beverly Hills V.I.P. rundown

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So you want to move with the movers & shakers? Well, if you are in Beverly Hills, you are definitely in the right place. Beverly Hills has long been known as the preeminent home place of the rich & famous, boasting residents such as movie stars, internet whiz kids, and movie moguls. Thus, if you want to go out where the “in” crowd goes, Beverly Hills is your destination.
Though only 5.69 square miles, Beverly Hills boast some of the finest restaurants and most exclusive clubs. After you have a four star dinner, here is a rundown of where to dance the night away.

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Bungalow 13
9667 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212‎
(310) 777-0065
This is a great happy hour spot, reminiscent of a New York City bar. Bungalow 13 is more properly classified as a lounge. The music is not by DJ, but rather, the establishment’s stereo system. However, the right tunes and the right company make Bungalow 13 an exciting final destination for a night on the town with friends.

Bar Noir
140 South Lasky Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 281-4000
Two things resonate about Bar Noire. First, it is open until 1:30 AM, (which is very late for Beverly Hills.) Second, it is stunning. As soon as you walk in, one feels like they have time traveled to the seductive set of a Paris nightclub of the past. Decorated in black, white, and red, Bar Noir will rev your libido and inspire intimate conversation. Bar Noir is both a great place to start the evening, or end the night.

Vampire Lounge & Tasting Room
9865 S Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 826-7473
Although music is sporadic and usually reserved for special occasions, this is the place to go if you want a good drink. Named after the eponymous Vampire wine, numerous signature liquors and specialty drinks are offered in this very V.I.P. spot.

Confidential Lounge
424 N Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 275-8511
Currently the only true nightclub in Beverly Hills, Confidential Lounge tries to maintain its exclusivity by being hush-hush about its details, and also, being open only two nights a week. Unlike most so-called nightclubs in Beverly Hills, which are truly lounges; Confidential Lounge is more aptly categorized as a nightclub. This hot spot is modeled after European nightclubs and rivals similar clubs on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. Suffice it to say, if you are in Beverly Hills and are just getting your night started at 12 midnight; this is the place to be.

Confidential Lounge is located in the former Aqua Lounge space in the heart of the city (on Beverly Drive), which boasts a bit of foot traffic, several large hotels nearby and a team of well-known hosts.

Many Beverly Hills clubs have strict dress codes. This is not your destination if you are looking for something casual. Rather, be dressed as if you were ready to walk down the red carpet. Then, be ready to dance the night away.

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