Los Angeles’ Soho House occupies the top two floors of the Luckman Plaza at the border of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. Stunning 180-degree views of the city from the bar and dining rooms are just one perk of membership. Other perks include access to the private, rooftop outdoor patio (amongst the city’s most gorgeous dining rooms with its leafy greenery), invitations to select screenings at the plush, state-of-the-art screening room and private dining and drinking, all at the penthouse level.
The Soho House already has a reputation for legendary parties on Oscar night. However, the club hums year-round with business events on the first level (also home to the screening and billiard table rooms). There’s original art throughout and local members come from L.A.’s creative class with a weighted percentage from the film and TV business. Entrance is super secure from an underground parking garage and the no-photos rule has insured a very loose late-night atmosphere, unlike other L.A. venues where near-ubiquitous cameras mean little or no privacy for high-profile guests.
In the works is a downtown L.A. Soho House (with hotel), as well as new downtown editions of associate restaurants Pizza East and Cecconi’s.
A legendary Oscar's night
Corner table roof garden