This exposed-brick renovated warehouse space offers a welcome reprieve from the Hollywood see-and-be-seen mentality. Its roots in a former Chinese restaurant (at a different location) shows up in the red and black decor, which is as unpretentious as the eclectic, easygoing crowd—you’re not likely to be turned away at the door for having the wrong “look.” Electronic music nights bring in a single-minded crowd set on dancing until 4 a.m., but the club also is a mainstay for cabaret, theater and live music.