by Candy N. on
Boulevard 3 is the best club I've been to in LA so far. Hands down. Note: all three times, my friends and I got tables. This review is only pertaining to those who got bottle service. The first time we came here, we got treated very well. The hostesses (not burly bouncers) greeted as with happy smiles and were very helpful as they seated as at our table. Not a bad location, and they were very good about not wasting our alcohol. Chocolate-covered strawberries and amazing carne asada tacos all night added to that. The second time my friends and I came here, treatment was even better. We got a table right on the dance floor, but it wasn't so close that we got bothered by other people on the dance floor. I think it was a good night. Go-go dancers are always dancing, doing their thang, and ... they don't look skanky. They have a huge smile, and they're just such good dancers that my guy friends always end up staring at their moves. At least, I think that's why they stare... Tomorrow is my third time at Boulevard 3, and I really don't mind. My friend and I are doing a joint birthday party, and I'm really looking forward to the drink specials they give us because we've been here so often. We did contact other clubs to change up the venue, but when you've always received such good service from beginning to end at Boulevard 3, it's hard to go to other clubs with rude, snobby contacts. The music and the vibe seem pretty chill here, so we're giving it a third chance. Each night was epic -- here's to hoping that we have another epic night celebrating my 22nd. Updates to come. -- PS -- i hardly give 5s. but when you've dealt with other clubs in the area, and Boulevard 3 has the best treatment and best deals and the best service, gotta stay loyal and true. hopefully that'll stay the same for tomorrow ..............!
by Victor L. on
I love the myriad ground floor, its excessive, swanky, powerful, and I had fun looking at it but I needed a drink. I went on a Saturday night where the NYU crowd was insane because it was graduation week. It was crowded as fark that night, and yes its a large space but for that many people certain areas were really tight, the left side of the bar as well as when the space narrows to the right of the main square area. I ended up staying until closing that evening, we had to exit out the backway and some kid was getting really furious because another kid bumped into him. I wasn't into the college crowd here at all, I think if there was a post-college vibe it would have at least been more intriguing. The music was terrible, there was actually more standing around than anything else except this one group who looked like they probably should have been partying at Finnerty's instead, they were hamming it up to a great degree. The one really tall girl in the group was doing these weird Elaine-ish gyrations and finally pulled one of my favorites, the one hand behind the head, other hand grabbing one ankle and pulling the leg back and bringing it up to the chest and back again. I paid 7 bucks for a bottle of beer. I didn't have too many. Just went there again for GenArt opening night party, and my one question is this: How the shit did they get that Acura SUV inside the goddamn place? Oh and now my rateclubs hoodie has blood on it because I broke up a fight outside. Now it's a toughie, not a hoodie. Rawk!