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Live Music at its Best.
The On The Rox bar located upstairs has a long standing reputation of debauchery among LA rock stars like John Lennon and Alice Cooper. This hipster A-list bar is known for being the after party of many celebrities and rocks stars alike.
Founded in the early 1970s, rumor has it that the building was once a strip joint owned by Jerry Lewis. Needless to say, the old school sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll theme is a legend at the Roxy Theatre. For the ultimate Hollywood experience this venue offers a floor level raised standing area with some occasional seats, a large dancing/moshing area for rocking out during the show and a fully loaded bar.
Today, on good nights when the crowd is large and overflowing with energy, the Roxy is a phenomenal venue to watch a live band. Located in the heart of Sunset Strip, the Roxy is the perfect eclectic club for music lovers if there's a band worthy enough to see playing.
—Review by Alex Loera
The Roxy requires a purchase of a drink and found coupon for those under 21.
Parking: Valet, and nearby pay lots
Food: Pizza, carne asada tacos, veggie corn dogs, onion rings, burgers, chicken strips
Neighborhood: West Hollywood
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