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The Peppermint Club Spices Up LA’s Live Music Scene

The lounge-y new nightlife option opens tonight

Step inside the newest surefire West Hollywood favorite The Peppermint Club, a multi-use space taking over for Henry’s that combines a lounge, bar, and nightlife venue all in one. The club opens tonight for all the world to see.

The first thing you’ll notice about the h.wood Group’s collaboration project with Interscope Records is the John Sofio/Built, Inc. design. Full of throwback charm and truly old photographs and knick knacks, the Peppermint Club feels like a return to the big band party scene of days gone by. Funky lighting and low plush seating confirm the feel, while booths and a back bar offer easy drinking access.

As previously mentioned, the focus here is on the music, with the stage situated front and center. That’s certainly the hook owners John Terzian and John Janick are looking for, though it helps that Adam Koral is turning out cocktails and there’s a small bites menu to match.

The Peppermint Club officially opens tonight, keeping evening hours only. There’s no confirmation yet on opening acts for the place, but expect this to be one of the big new drop-in rooms for low key musicians, effective immediately.

The Peppermint Club
8713 Beverly Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA

The Peppermint Club

8713 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90048 Visit Website
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