LA isn’t known for its collection of historic buildings. But, as with any other rule, there are always exceptions. The Avalon, opened as a stage theater in the ’20s, is a true landmark in the city, having hosted an array of icons ranging from Bing Crosby to The Beatles and Prince. Today, this theater-gone-nightclub has become one of Hollywood’s hotspots, for night owls. With three to five different club nights per week, visitors can dance the night away in the historic halls of the theater. The club hasn’t given up its regular haunts either—concerts still take place regularly.