AskMen 10/1/10Among the drinks selections are "The Old Man And The Sea" & "The Sun Also Rises," as well, a truly grand selection of the straight stuff Papa favored. The whiskey menu is also something to be admired.
6757 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Dance Club,Euro,Hipster,Live Music,Lounge,Tough Door,Upscale
80's, Breaks / 2 Step / Electro, Dance, Electro, Hip-Hop, House, Lounge / Retro, Pop / Top 40, Progressive House, Rock, Techno, World Music
Under a very secretive, white canopy bearing only a simple emblem known to those special and elite starlets. Being the first nightclub ever in Hollywood, that opened its doors in the 1920’s to legends such as Clark Gable and Howard Hughes. A recent, grand renovation revealed two-stories of multiple dance floors, three bars, a lounge area and an outdoor smoking patio. The select few and famous seek retreat in the club's VIP room, which has its own dance floor, ultra-white lounge area and balcony overlooking the downstairs.
Eats & Drinks
Although you may have to wait for a drink due to the busy atmosphere, it is well worth it. Montmartre Lounge is known for their pleasant staff and their generous, delicious drinks. One drink that must be tried is the Martini at Montmartre Lounge; it will keep you coming back.
You can't find a better atmosphere for a private party or a night out in Hollywood. Montmartre Lounge is a Hollywood Hipster’s dream lounge. The best of the best have made Montmartre Lounge the number one venue in Hollywood. Every successful, special event, whether it is a corporate, red carpet, wrap party, or premiere can’t be held in a better place than this exclusive lounge.
Toasting to their weekend box office figures or just on a regular night out, celebrities take to this Hollywood Boulevard nightclub looking for exclusivity and a strict guest list. Without a listed phone number or even a proper sign, it eludes exclusivity and calls to the attention of those who do not want to be seen. Despite the long line, the journey ends with admittance to a celebrity gathering including 50-Cent, Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton.
LA Weekly 5/9/11Featured in LA Weekly's "8 Places To Get a Beer Cocktail in L.A."
Thrillist 6/28/11Chill amongst walls of books with themed drinks like "The Sun Also Rises" or the rye/ sage/ berry/ lemon "A Moveable Feast" and discover if drunken novel writing was indeed your true calling.
Showtime Network 6/2/11Looks like a library lounge on the inside. Great drinks and beautiful crowd. -Francine, The Real L Word
ThirstyinLA 11/29/10Alex Straus is the man! For a quiet cocktail go early on a Wednesday or Thursday. Tuesdays (Industry Night) and Fridays and Saturdays are slammed.