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L.A. is known for an ever-changing nightlife scene, and what may have been considered cool a year ago is now a total snooze. Last year's hardest doors are now wide open as a new slew of Hollywood hotspots have popped up. Yes, millennials still flock to the reigning Westside mainstays for "daygers" (read: day ragers) or grab drinks with a view at Soho House, but times have changed. A night out in L.A. no longer has to include chatting up obnoxious doormen, or skin-tight Herve Leger dresses for women. (Psst … it's time to throw out your old converse and turn up in some fancy footwear, guys!) It's also time to put down the vodka and order a whiskey or tequila — on the rocks, of course.
A version of this story first appeared in the Nov. 8 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.
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