9488 Valley Boulevard
Rosemead, CA 91770
Phone: (626) 228-0528
Fax: (626) 228-0522
A blues club to drive away the blues seems to be the perfect proposition for a night out in the city of Arcadia. With one of the best house bands in the country, the Arcadia Blues Club comes alive every Friday and Saturday night with live performances by some of the best blues musicians. Great food is a necessary accompaniment of good music, which is provided by the restaurant here. The menu largely comprises of casual fast food with some main courses as well. Cocktails, tequila, beer and house shots are also on offer.
Whether you're up for an evening of live Jazz, a gourmet meal prepared by local Cordon Bleu Institute chef, Gabriel Contreras, or a glass of wine from their extensive list of world class wines, Red White & Bluezz has your evening covered. Dinner menu items feature fresh selections of beef, seafood, fish, poultry, pastas, and salads. Menu favorites include the Filet Mignon, the Glazed Muscovy Duck Breast, and the Maple-Mustard Glazed Halibut. Live Jazz and Blues is performed by local musicians Thursday-Saturday after 7:30 pm. A special condensed bar menu offers Kobe Beef Burgers, Risotto Fromaggio, and select desert wines during evening musical performances. Parking is available by valet outside of the front door. Reservations are recommended on the weekends.
The DJs here spin their web of techno, hip hop, and house music seven days a week. The clientèle is young and trendy and loves to dance. Every night of the week has a slightly different theme and flavor. Wednesdays are retro night, and '70s and '80s favorites fill the air. Thursdays catch DJ Hideo as he spins the best hip hop and R&B. Fridays are electronica and Latin influenced. Saturdays feature house and old school R&B. Whichever night you find yourself there, you are sure to have a good time and a-Muse yourself.
You know the old American adage about apple pie, baseball, and mom? Well that may work for ol' Johnny Appleseed waving the stars and stripes down in Georgia, but in the Southland there is a new trio of values to think fondly of while old glory flaps in the wind: Mexican Food, dancing, and Tequila. At Margarita Jones' Mexican restaurant, all of the criteria are met with flying colors. On a nightly basis you can grab old Mexican classics like burritos, tacos and fajitas, or lesser-known favorites such as flour dusted Red Snapper, and sautéed shrimp in Diablo Sauce. Don't worry about eating too much, there are huge dance parties on the weekends where DJs spin reggeton and merengue while people burn off the huge plates of rice, beans and cheese they just devoured. If you're there on a weekday and still want to burn off your meal, you can always walk home.
Hang out at the bar or show off your bowling skills while the people at the bar watch you. You had better watch how much you drink though, as it takes a certain amount of co-ordination just to hold a bowling ball. There is live music at Mr. T's Bowl & Nightclub every night except Monday. Jazz and rock bands fill the place with cool tunes while you bowl. Watch the games or just socialize at the bar. Cover charges depend on what bands are playing.
The Coffee Gallery Backstage hosts shows almost every day. The show room is connected to The Coffee Gallery, so patrons can come for the drinks or cafe fare and stay for the entertainment. Tickets are usually around $15-$20, and feature everyone from up-and-comers to established artists. A wide variety of styles are featured, including jazz, bluegrass, country, international, and contemporary. Reservations are highly recommended, as the 49-seat room fills up fast. Parking is available on Lake or in the lot of Ronnie's Service Station. Check the website for a list of upcoming shows.
The Airliner is a swanky aeronautical themed nightspot frequented by large crowds who want to boogie the night away. The two level club has a main bar and a lounge where guests can just relax. The DJ plays all genres of music ranging from the good old pop to electronica. Local artists perform gigs regularly at this venue. This club, with its art deco ambiance, is a sure winner.
Nestled in the heart of Los Angeles' oriental niche, is this contemporary party haven for night birds in the city. Established in 1946, Grand Star Jazz Club is one of the oldest nightclubs in Los Angeles. Spread across two floors, this club houses two bars and an expansive dance section. If the dance floor get too crowded and cramped for your liking, head out to the spacious patio and take in the cool night air. The music played ranges across hip hop, jazz, 1980s classics and more. Live music, karaoke nights and other entertaining events are regularly organized here.
Club Visionz is a nightclub that opened in 2011. The owners of Club Visionz are also the pioneers behind Club Red. Visionz carries a Vegas theme so visitors can enjoy the atmosphere of the city without the hassle of travelling to it. Contact the venue for more information regarding events, times and pricing.
Max Karaoke Studio has a series of private rooms with couches, karaoke machine, and two microphones (more can be rented for an additional fee). They have a selection of hot items to eat, like Japanese kebabs and hot pockets, or patrons can bring in their own food! Their catalog is updated regularly and includes a wide selection of songs from the 1950s to the present times. They also feature non-English songs to choose from.
Matsumoto's 2nd Street Jazz is a hot and happening nightspot. Head here on theme nights and watch the bar cum grill come aglow with life and music! Attend Hip Hop, Jazz, Blues, Rhythm and Blues, Soul and Pop concerts even as the snack menu tempts your taste buds. Special events, DJ nights and theme nights like Hip Hop shows, Jazz Sessions among others will keep you entertained through and through. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.
You know that any club featuring bands called Vomit Bomb and The Pukers on the same night probably isn't a place to take the parents. The Smell is a small, bare-bones warehouse showcasing the best of underground art and music. The club name possibly derives from the musty aroma that hangs in the air as a result of many sweaty people jammed into such limited space, or perhaps it's a reference to the less-than-glamorous location. Leave your delicate sensibilities at home and enjoy fresh talent. Shows are for all ages, so alcohol isn't on the menu but vegan snacks and tea are!