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LA's most charming place to watch live music. It's tucked away in an alley, so try not to pass it. This tiny venue has launched the careers of some of music's brightest. -IFC Viewer
If you go to the Hotel Cafe, go to LISTEN not to talk (of if you must talk, do it between sets or outside because the rest of us are there to listen). Thanks! :)
One of the best places in LA to catch a show. Please, shut up if someone is playing. You can take your conversation out the door to the back bar.
Hands down, my favorite place for living melodic art!
Walk in on any night of the week and you may be seeing the next Ray Lamontagne or Decemberists. Great, folk-leaning booking, gorgeous intimate room.
Great first date spot. Midnight shows here are always good!
my favorite small music venue...great acts, nice staff. head down the alley and check it out.
Ask for Ricky- He is a great bartender! I used to work with him all the time when I worked there!! Get Titus in the kitchen to make you some fries! YUM!
My favorite place to see a show in LA hands down. Be sure to get there early if you want to snag a table.
One of the best places for music in Los Angeles. My personal favorite. I'm blown away every time.
A one of a kind venue in the heart of Hollywood. Charming décor and friendly staff. We don't even need to mention the caliber of artists to come from this stage.
Listen to local singer-songwriters at this intimate venue.
If a band/musician is playing don't talk.
Chill out, enjoy the music and if you are feelin lucky get your groove on!
This is my favorite music venue in Hollywood. It's built for intimate concerts with great sound and upscale music tastes. You'll probably need to get parking (best is in alley - usually $5-8)
The back room is awesome, you can order fries too
so far my favorite venue in LA. very small and intimate.
Katy Perry used to play here<3
Beautiful inside! (side note: extra chilly inside.)
Bell X1 live very cool
Great small venue to watch a show (catch your fave band/music artist) for that up close and intimate atmosphere experience.
Amazing small venue. Charming indeed. Meiko performed an amazing show on 6/22; she used to work here as a waitress.
One of the best places to see shows in LA
Sun- W, libertine Mon- Hotel Cafe, Tues- LaVida, premiere, Supper club Wed- Rnb Live, Dragonfly THurs-Roxbury, Greystone, LesPalmas Fri- premire
Super soul Monday's...don't miss out! And it's free :-)
If you talk during any set I come to...I will call you out. Promise. :)
This place is the most amazing place to see favorite artists. It's small, intimate and fantastic.
LA's most charming place to watch live music. It's tucked away in an alley, so try not to pass it. This tiny venue has launched the careers of some of music's brightest.
A place that's known to deliver solid music. I've seen some great artists here. Two bars and great crowd.
Check out Alex Dezen of the Damnwells on 11/4 and/or 11/11 - incredible songwriter!
Be sure to check out the monthly spoken word-music show Tongue and Groove.
Big fan of the clean Men's bathroom. :)
Drinks here suck
Totally new menu. Empanadas only. No mas quesadilla. :-/
Get there early to grab a table. The place is very small and dark.
While best know for launching the careers of singer-songwriters like Ingrid Michaelson and Sara Bareilles, Hotel Café also boasts it's very own tour and record label.
Such a great little intimate venue! Glad I got to catch a small promo show for Tom Odell before he gets big.
Sara Routh plays here frequently - check her out!
Percy the bartender is awesome. Ask him to make you a gin lizzy :). He can make it w vodka if you prefer.
Still in the morning..very tired..sleeping lah
Still in the morning..Very tired,,sleeping dululah...
Still in the Morning,, very tired..sleeping lah..
Still in the morning,,very tired..