HORRIBLE crowd ,Bad security ,dirty and expensive place you will expect some kind of safety for the cover charge you pay DO NOT GO just turn and leave before you have one of the worst nights ever.
Dress Code: You dont need to go ,so you dont need a dress code
I would like to warn GIRLS first, one of the worst place you can be in.
From a personal experience when me and my girlfriend were dancing alone not drinking alchol that night just decided to go and have a dance night but the drunk pervs ,A..s ,cheap and dicusting execuse of men including the so called security ganged up on us it hit why for so long i avoided coming here ,but for my mistake i followed my friend that night.
PLEASE DO NOT GO, especially if you are from out of town.l
The upscale Cohiba Nightclub and Cigar Lounge is the premier Long Beach hot spot. Several private rooms and VIP areas can accommodate small dinner parties to large charity events. Cohiba guests can expect everything from an evening of live jazz entertainment, specialty wine dinners, to a late night scene that includes corks popping off magnums of Cristal or Dom while DJ's spin the latest Hip Hop beats
Cohiba is prolly the hippest spot to go dancing in downtown Long Beach. I have never been disappointed by the live music and the amazing selection of martinis. This night club is housed in a 1930's building and is oozing with character.
Dress Code: Dress to impress!
Several rooms. Dance room (huge) lounge room with big overstuffed chairs, martini bar, billiards room. cigar walk in humidor, patio overlooking the Pine Avenue scene.
Dress Code: Dress up. This is a place to see and be seen.
It is a bar/club situated above the restuarant, Mum's on Pine Ave. This bar has 4 different rooms. The first one has a HUGE dance floor with a DJ and a bar. The next room is more of a dining/lounge area with tables and couches. The next room is the cigar room. They have a cigar 'bar' and pool tables and is the only room you can smoke in. The next room, which is up a few steps has another large bar. They usually have a live band playing in this room and a tiny little dance floor. The bands usually play salsa or jazz...
Dress Code: Typical Hollywood attire works. Dressier pants or skirts with cute little 'club' type tops. The conservative look is fine also since the crowd here tends to be a little older (late 20s, instead of early to mid-20s).