Successfully finding a gay club in an unfamiliar city can be trying. With a largely local clientele, cash-only drinks and music ranging from pop to cumbia and reggaeton, the New Jalisco is a DTLA institution that guarantees an uninhibited good time, no matter who you are or what neighborhood you hail from. Clear all. The staff can be notoriously rude, but still, this gem of a bar attracts a quirky bunch of artsy Venetians and Westsiders of all stripes, making it a refreshing choice for Angelenos in need of a change of scene or who just happen to be hanging at the beach. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Studio City.
Located in the heart of West Hollywood, right across from the popular Abbey, it's no wonder why most dance-aholics end up at Micky's as their last stop on Santa Monica Boulevard before they hit the hay.
Suggested by our writers. That said, this place can get absolutely wild any night of the week. They have a place in our society and are entitled to their private lives.
Despite looking like a closed-down laundromat from the outside, the interior is quite large, with a dirt cheap and cash-only bar and performances throughout the night.