Los Angeles, USA
Club / Indoor / S – 500-2k
Hip-Hop, Pop, Raggae
The Reserve is a sophisticated club hidden in the basement of a 1920s beaux arts bank.
Established in 2015 by founder Eric Cloutier, The Reserve nightclub found shelter in downtown Los Angeles, known for its cultural diversity, art museums, and architectural landmarks. Inside, the cocktail lounge and nightclub is built into a bank vault.
Boasting a rotation of resident DJs and live music performances, The Reserve takes music diversity to the next level.
The club features live jazz acts as well as DJs spinning a mix of hip-hop, reggaeton, Latin, and mainstream pop on different days of the week.
Grooving to the assorted selection of music is an equally diverse population of clubbers at The Reserve.
The club is the gathering spot for the city’s glitzy and glam folk to see and be seen in. Not just a haunt for the locals, The Reserve should be high up on your list if you’re from outside the city.
With a unique atmosphere, fuelled by bumpy beats and afterparties, The Reserve is the perfect place to unwind in Los Angeles nightlife.