With a rogue sophistication that’s refined yet raw, The Sayers Club conveys a distinct sense of purpose and style. The venue offers its exclusive clientele an unrivaled journey in impromptu musicianship, featuring a stage that drops from the rafters with a semi-permanent backline. Showcasing the talents of emerging and well-known artists, the Sayers’ experience is one built on sound – and space. The leather-tufted sofas and Afghan rugs evoke an intimate living room vibe, providing flexible layouts for any type of event. Interior finishes including reclaimed wood, raw steel and iron combined with Edison lighting, make this single room space unique.
1645 Wilcox Avenue, Los Angeles, 90028
Sayers is one of L.A.’s best nightclubs for consistently good live sets – if you can get in. With frequent guests ranging from Lauren Conrad to Kellie Pickler, Ashton Kutcher and Sean Lowe, you’ll pretty much need to know someone or wait a really long time and have a lot of money (think $500 bottle service) to get inside. To add more exclusivity, Sayers recently expanded when the hotdog stand in front of their entrance (yes, you read that right) closed down and they took over that space to further set apart VIP guests. All that said, surprise performances from bands like Florence and the Machine, Gotye and Bruce Willis’ daughter Rumer, are pretty common here.