LA’s Best Dining and Nightlife Adventures

Nights on the town your thing? Then you'll want to drive to these nearby destinations.

Wednesday, Aug 7, 2013  |  Updated 1:17 PM PDT
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It's not the drive, it's the destination. Or is that vice versa? When you pair the Cadillac ATS with some of LA's best cuisine and nightlife, it's both. 

Behind the wheel of the 2013 ATS, you'll arrive at any destination in high style and supreme comfort. Combining the nimbleness of a road-hugging sports car with the luxury and pedigree that goes hand-in-hand with a Cadillac, the ATS is a true driver's automobile. Add active safety features like eight airbags and a Head Up display, not to mention revolutionary technology like CUE--an intuitive entertainment and navigation system that allows you to access maps, apps and XM Radio all with the swipe of your finger or the sound of your voice--and you might never want the drive to end. 
 
However, there are a few LA eateries and high-end nightclubs capable of luring you out of the ATS' luxury appointed leather interior (at least for a little while). Below, our favorites of 2012.

The Fat Cow
Though owned by British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, the vibe at The Fat Cow is all American. Tucked amid the luxury boutiques at The Grove, this ode to a classic roadhouse eatery serves all things bovine, from the inventive burgers down to the chocolate caramel salted shakes. The atmosphere is equally rooted in vintage Americana--expect communal, reclaimed wood tables, exposed brick and plenty of flea market-sourced decor. Check out The Fat Cow.

Greystone Manor Supperclub
Just as they did with Hyde Lounge, nightlife maestros sbe channel old school Hollywood glamour with Greystone Manor, albeit on a much larger scale. At 10,000-square-feet, the boîte is big enough to attract boldface deejays like Tiesto and aerialist performers, while executive Chef Danny Elmaleh (the culinary whiz behind Cleo and Mercato di Vetro) serves up small plates and artisanal cocktails that go surprisingly well with all the unce-unce dance beats emanating from the joint's state-of-the-art sound system. Check out Greystone Manor Supperclub.

 
 
 

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