A disco ball above a dancefloor in Los Angeles

Disco Bars for Dancing in Los Angeles

Have you heard the word? Disco’s fully back in style, and Los Angeles has wasted no time embracing the groovy, 1970s aesthetic. Disco-themed venues and events have popped up throughout La La Land offering ideal atmospheres for sequins, mirror balls, and dancing ‘til dawn. If you’re looking to have a night of nostalgic fun, hit up any of these glimmering disco bars in Los Angeles.

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Sunset at EDITION

There’s no topping West Hollywood hot spot Sunset at EDITION. It was designed by nightlife legend Ian Schrager, famously known as co-owner of legendary New York nightclub Studio 54. The venue offers a little bit of everything, with a lounge, pool table, bottle service tables and full dancefloor. Not to mention the iconic ceiling filled with disco balls that are impossible not to photograph while you’re there. Head to The West Hollywood EDITION hotel to experience this one-of-a-kind night spot.

The Let’s Go!

This disco playground calls Downtown LA’s Arts District home as an ode to cocktail clubs of the ‘70s. Connected to De La Nonna pizza place, this dazzling disco haven has patrons mingling, drinking, and dancing the night away. Live DJs at The Let’s Go! keep things buzzing in the beautifully designed space. Neon lights, a checkerboard mirrored ceiling, and a signature disco ball light up the venue making for the perfect Italian disco party in Los Angeles.

Studio 71 Bar

This tucked away locale is on the first floor of Grandmaster Recorders, an alluring Hollywood destination with a music-centric theme. The property is home to a rooftop bar, restaurant, and this chic cocktail lounge. The former 1971 recording studio has been reimagined as a site for music and drinks with a spacious dancefloor and impressive disco ball towering overhead.

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Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

Los Angeles has a number of speakeasy bars, and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is a solid option for your night out. Enter in through the secret [REDACTED] door to find yourself in the middle of a solid party environment. The light up disco floor adds the perfect touch along with live music and DJ performances. Get a table for bottle service or just mix and mingle with the crowd at this Downtown bar located within The LINE LA hotel.

The Short Stop

Locals know that The Short Stop is the place to go for an approachable crowd and good vibes. While they have DJs spinning every night of the week, Mondays are the highlight with their weekly Motown on Monday event. Starting around 9pm, you’ll find the crowd slowly fill with Motown and disco fans on the dancefloor. It’s the best place to party on a Monday in Los Angeles with a diverse crowd and perfectly nostalgic playlist.

Good Times at Davey Wayne’s

One of the most well known bars in Los Angeles, Good Times at Davey Wayne’s is a destination perfect for a vintage night of ‘70s splendor. While they mostly skew towards rock and roll, you can also hear a selection of disco hits that are known to fill the dancefloor. This Hollywood staple is themed like a 1970s house party that acts as a portal to a time long gone. Embrace the vibes and be prepared for the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack to get you feelin’ groovy.

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The Queensberry

Enter through the alley to get to this Downtown night spot. The Queensberry is known for its colorful, light up dancefloor, flashing lights, and sparkling disco balls overhead. You’ll mostly find disco music on Saturdays, and can fully indulge in the aesthetic thanks to their signature, ‘70s dance party design.


Seemingly a simple neighborhood bar off of Hollywood Boulevard, Boardner’s turns into a bustling nightlife spot thanks to their Club Decades events. The outdoor patio adjacent to the bar fills with fans of all types of music, including disco. Stop by for Donna Summer, ABBA, or Saturday Night Fever night to get a taste of some disco in Los Angeles.

The Friend Bar

One of the Eastside’s favorite spots for dancing, you can never go wrong with a trip to The Friend. There’s different music every night, but you can check out their Instagram to see when to stop by for their occasional disco night DJs. At the lightly French-themed spot you’ll enjoy a friendly crowd, touches of pastel, and of course, a disco ball.

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The Virgil

Anyone who’s a fan of a dancefloor knows to hit up The Virgil for a night out in Silver Lake. They play host to Feel Good Inc., a disco and funk event to help you cut a rug on the second Saturday of each month. The cozy lounge is a great place to get a drink before heading to the spacious dancefloor that stays filled with partygoers enjoying a night of revelry in Los Angeles.

The Flamingo Bar

This recently opened bar in the Downtown LA Arts District is an ideal spot for relishing in the disco aesthetic in LA. Enter into The Flamingo Bar through the pink door to walk along striking checkerboard floors and sip a drink in sultry leather booths underneath sparkling disco ball. Live DJs play disco tracks that fill the dancefloor with partygoers as you enjoy the revelry.

The Goldfish

If you’re looking for a spot to hang out on the Eastside, The Goldfish in Highland Park is a great choice for embracing a disco vibe. They play a variety of music depending on the night (and may charge a cover for live shows), but the interiors will undoubtedly get you into a disco mood. Expect a checkered dancefloor, ’80s glass block accents, pool tables and of course, a fish tank.

Club Tee Gee

Locals know that this Eastside hot spot is a necessary visit for dancing in Los Angeles. At Club Tee Gee, you can often find disco sounds as well as other types of dance music playing in their Store Room. The retro wood paneling and numerous disco balls will help fuel your nostalgic vibe all night long.

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