Greystone Manor’s pairing of dining and nightlife unfolds with dinner service beginning at 6pm, showcasing a menu crafted by sbe executive Chef Danny Elmaleh, featuring an array of seasonally-influenced shared plates. From 10pm to 2am, Greystone Manor evolves into a captivating nightlife space designed by Award-winning designer Mark Zeff who blends elements of neo-Renaissance with neo-Gothic décor, incorporating refined woodwork and rich fabrics with gold gilded irons and ornate moldings. The final product is a breathtaking room with twenty-foot ceilings, graced with nine LED-infused chandeliers, two elegant bars, and secluded lounge retreats outfitted in vintage leather and velvet sofas.
643 N. La Cienega Alley, Los Angeles, 90069
For a mere $60 general admission plus $450-$15,500 for bottle service, you can make this pricy L.A. nightclub your hangout all night until closing. A classy manor indeed, the Greystone is styled with a modernized neo-Renaissance air and even pricier VIP booths to make extra-special guests feel like the lords they think they are. Greystone Manor is also a Los Angeles supperclub, so expect some exquisitely prepared Monster Manor fries and other California-style share plates. Don’t forget to share with Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Drake, Paris Hilton, or any of the other celebrities known to party here.