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Whisky a Go Go

West Hollywood, CA
8901 Sunset Blvd West Hollywood, CA, 90069
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  • Nira Nivia 89 days ago

    The drink are fancy and good, really like the cocktail with Japanese whiskey. I think after 1030 or 11 the bar turns into a club and more people pop in and stand, but before that, it is a quiet place to hang out as well.

  • Regine Lyne-Carter 132 days ago

    The Whiskey is a fun place to go to see bands play. Parking is easy in lots close around the corners. Usually about $20. But there will be an attendant, so to me, it's worth it. ( I'm from Seattle, and $20 for the night is a steal. LA parking is so cheap...) Anyway, the staff at the Whisky are great. Professional, friendly, fast...i don't know how they do it. Check it out! You never know what you are in for in music, but you will have a good time.

  • David Weir 141 days ago

    Went to see the young band of three sisters from Mexico called "The Warning". They were pretty amazing. Also had 4 other bands playing behind them. This place is known for famous musicians getting there start. Maybe if you go see a band you'll see future Morrison, Tyler,etc.

  • Susan Bugelli 147 days ago

    Fun venue that features live bands from all genres. My recent visit was to see Bonfire (tribute band yo AC/DC), and they rocked the house! Sound system is supurb. Plenty of space to move about. Bar service was quick. Employees friendly. Restrooms clean. Very organized in moving one band off the stage when their set is done and the next band to set up. On site security (bouncers) take care of business - no dilly dallying.

  • Jessica Williams 161 days ago

    We went to Whisky a Go Go for the experience of seeing the stage so many of our favorite artists were on. They have lots of gems to see like signed Vinyl records to photos. Staff is nice, quick to get a drink at the bar. The look is amazing and I see the influence it must have given to venues like The Holy Diver in Sacramento, CA. The stage was smaller than depicted in films, but an amazing experience in all. The band we saw while visiting was Hookers and Blow.

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