ClubPlanet Pick of the Week: Premiere Supper Club

ClubPlanet Pick of the Week: Premiere Supper Club

by Pete Tremblay
09.20.2010

One of the most difficult things to take into consideration when making your plans for an evening in Hollywood is first and foremost the kind of event or atmosphere you are looking to enjoy. Nightlife itself is a broad heading in the world of what seems to be limitless options, and even more venues to satisfy your craving for a good time. Dinner is a must, but where should you go after the fact? Visit a nightclub? Possibly take in some entertainment at a theatre or live venue? So many choices, and options, make the head spin – but what if you could find everything you are looking for, all in the same place at the same time? Vinny Laresca, famed nightlife aficionado and nightclub developer knows just where to go. 

Premiere Supper Club, the long anticipated nightspot and theatre (not to mention Laresca’s self-described “baby”) had its soft opening a few days ago – and the stylistically rotating venue was well worth the wait and anticipation. If you are expecting just another run of the mill night spot with A-list celebs and pricey bottle service, think again. Premiere Supper Club is an entirely new animal that steps up the game to new levels of entertainment and singularity.

Premiere Supper Club intends to entertain in ways that most other nightclubs are afraid of even considering. Laresca aims to incorporate the unexpected into a night at Premiere. In a recent interview, Laresca explains, “Theater is just life, and I want a theater of the absurd. We’ll have impressionists on stage, or you may see a guy dressed like Al Pacino in Scarface roaming the club in character. Eventually we’ll do one-man shows early in the evening. I have a lot of actor friends.”

The 5000 square foot Spanish themed club incorporates dark wood accents and scenery with a nearly vintage and old world style appeal. However not everything is as it appears. For every hint of old world throwback there is a modern concept and technological marvel. Take for example the 1,000 lbs. fifteen-foot wide behemoth of a chandelier that is the centerpiece for the club. Not only is it made from the finest Spanish wood, but it also includes a state of the art, interiorly lit multi-dimensional strobe light that can provide thousands of lighting combinations throughout the club.
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