by Princeton A. on
Supperclub reminded me of my fav club in London. Inside is completely white with intelligent lighting system that can change the mood of the venue. Especially great for viewing parties, fashion shows and any kind of artsy event. Personally I would prefer a club with all white interior than one that is all black any day. Even though I don't like big clubs, I have to give kudos to the bold statement to have all white interior with high ceilings. The concept works well in Europe and San Fran but not sure about the hump and dump attitude of the Hollywood scene. I do love the fact that they are combining different forms of entertainment but I do hope they build a lasting relationship with the current crowd. I don't see this venue lasting very long unless the management creates an in-house promotion team that will target real music and food lovers as well as special events, especially film release parties, fashion shows and concerts. They have to go after the anti-hollywood crowd rather than the hump & dump crowd i.e. scenesters If you are not into what Supperclub has to offer, its not a good reason to thrash, just find what works for you. So far i'll have to say that I'm a fan. New clubs opens in Hollywood all the time. To find the best option for you, just message me on rateclubs or check out my website. eVita Parties provides Hollywood Guest List to Hollywood Clubs & Los Angeles Events.
by Lauren Mura on
Oscar's is a bit hard to find, overshadowed by the Nodding Head sign and the stream of fit bodies flowing into the hot yoga studio next door, but it's worth finding. Why? Because its dark in there, and cool, and none of the people inside look like the belong together. That's the secret - there is no scene. The beer is cheap, the music is good, and it's a great place to hide out for awhile when stuck in Center City. Yes, it smells. Like grease. Because everything you can order is deep fat fried. But hey, if you don't like it, don't eat there. Just grab yourself a booth, order up a "tall" beer (24 oz. Lager) and put your feet up. Do it again next week while playing hooky from work. You won't regret it.