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Fleur’s Guide To The Hottest Spots In LA This Fall

When the sun sets on Sunset, it’s game on, babe.

The nights may be getting longer in LA, but that just gives us all the more time to head out on the prowl. Whether you’re seeking to slip into something slinky for a scenery dinner for two, or care to channel your inner ‘70s glamazon for a late night of disco dancing, you know you’re guaranteed a good time when you hit the town with Fleur.

Cocktails, cool kids, and the most coveted tables in town await, so dress up to get down, and prepare to indulge in some devilish debauchery in the City of Angels this fall. You make the plans, we’ll take care of your outfit – and everything underneath.

Golden Hour

Don your vacation-worthy best to take in the sunset at Golden Hour. The appropriately named urban oasis sits atop the eighth-floor rooftop of the massive new Moxy/AC Hotel in Downtown LA. The property puts on a veritable carnival of delights with its multiple nightlife offerings, but none are quite so literal as this cocktail and pool lounge. Sidle up to the carousel-shaped bar, lit by bold bulbs and pineapple-accented chandeliers, to bask in the elevated views of the city. Or saunter on over to a palm leaf lounger to take a sip of your tropical cocktail…before stripping to your skivvies to take a dip in the pool. And if you thought things couldn’t get any hotter, keep an eye out for the live fire dancers set to really make your evening sizzle.

Golden Hour, 1254 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles


Everyone who’s anyone in LA is mixing and mingling over the handmade pasta dishes of Beverly Hills’ latest foodie hot spot, Funke – or else they’re desperately trying to. From the plush tufted booths and art-adorned walls of its (multiple) dining rooms to the pink quartz bar of its al fresco rooftop, everything about this sprawling, three-floor destination screams glamour — with a touch of classic Art Deco style for good measure. Whether you pull some strings to snag the ultimate dinner reservation or try your luck at the walk-in only rooftop for sips and snacks, slip into something that blends Italian “dolce vita” with Old Hollywood “va-va-voom.” The food won’t be the only thing that’ll make your date’s mouth water.

Funke, 9388 S Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills


Swanky is an understatement at Casalena, the expansive new bar and eatery that brings the Coastal Mediterranean heat to Woodland Hills. Sleek design accents and dramatic light fixtures meld with flickering fireplaces, lush greenery, and bold artwork to bring a sense of upscale elegance to the indoor-outdoor scene. Stop in for a Sicilian Spritz while enjoying the breeze in the sunken garden lounge, or get all dressed up for dinner in the glass-enclosed dining room, beneath a starry ceiling of vaulted skylights. If you can’t swing a quick trip to Italy or Greece this season, this spot is the next best thing.

Casalena, 22160 Ventura Blvd, Woodland Hills

Bar Next Door

If you’re looking for an excuse to channel your inner Marilyn Monroe (and, really, when are we not?), hit this retro little hideaway serving up old school sips and plenty of vintage vibes in the heart of the Sunset Strip. The haunt has long been frequented by the style-and-starlet set — before its recent transformation into a chic cocktail den, the location served as the offices of a former talent agency that once represented none other than Miss Monroe herself. You’ll find her cheeky presence memorialized in an illustrated movie poster on the wall, while antique film reel machines, supple leather booths, and cozy nooks set the scene for an intimate tipple with a side of people-watching.

Bar Next Door, 9159 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood

The Let's Go! Disco & Cocktail Club

Whip out the glitteriest, grooviest looks in your closet and prepare to get down 1970s-style and let loose at The Let’s Go. Decked out with gilded accents, funky furnishings, and, of course, a show-stopping disco ball as its centerpiece, this pink-hued, Italo Disco-themed gem in the Arts District throws it back to a time when partying was all about indulging in your pleasure. Perhaps that involves some good old fashioned dance floor seduction, or maybe a rendezvous over martinis at the marble-topped bar. Whichever way you play it, chances are slim that you’ll leave the lively, neon-lit disco palace without some new eye candy on your arm.

The Let's Go! Disco & Cocktail Club, 710 E 4th Pl, Los Angeles

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