One of LA’s oldest staples on Sunset Boulevard, The Roxbury Club’s history is filled with movie stars, TV personalities, and celebrities. Immortalized in “Night at the Roxbury”, the club was also a common hangout of Tom Cruise and Madonna in the 1980s. With its reputation for celebrity sightings and its colorful history, Roxbury is known for being hard to get into.
Today The Roxbury Club hasn’t lost its appeal – with a new 5,000 square foot location, and a fresh take on decor. Circular booths and a dance floor cater to those who wish to sit and talk as well as those looking to dance. Romantic lines of poetry from Pablo Neruda are emblazoned across the walls in neon. An outside garden adds to the Roxbury’s charm. Bottle service is offered in private booths upstairs, as well as a private bar and restrooms for VIPs. A high-end mezzanine for larger private events overlooks the private booths below. Music is diverse, ranging from 90s rock to contemporary pop music.