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Howl at the Moon is a total entertainment experience where the piano players and staff not only entertain the guests... the guests become part of the show! The focal point of the nightclub is a stage featuring a pair of baby grand pianos. The piano players are the ringmasters responsible for creating the excitement. Requests are encouraged! They can play almost anything! Customers tend to be a diverse group comprised of all ages. It's the perfect spot for birthdays, anniversaries, bachelorette parties, and other celebrations. Sundays are hard to miss with 3 for 1 drink specials all night! Tuesdays are an awesome mix between Karaoke and Open Mic when you get to play or sing on stage with the band. Totally Way-Back Wednesdays celebrate the bygone 80's with celebrity rock star performances. $1 Miller Lites every College Night (Thursday). Friday's Howl Happy Hour pours you 1/2 priced drinks 'til 8pm.
Dress Code: No Sports Jerseys, No Tattoos above the Collar, No Sleeveless Shirts on men, No Wallet Chains, No Bandanas... pretty much don't be a gangster.
Written Apr 22, 2008
Address: Universal CityWalk
Phone: (818) 755-9970
City Walk provides a varied selection of things to do, day or night. There is a large number of restaurants from fast food to more relaxed dining, plenty of shops selling souveniers and memorabillia, as well as cinemas and live entertainment. The atmosphere is great, but the whole area is usually very busy so be prepared to wait for quite a while to get a seat in a restaurant unless you want to eat at a really unusual/off peak time.
Updated May 14, 2007
This Universal City Walk is really a tourist trap if you llok at it since it has lots of thing that wwould induce you to spend money and among them is the hotspot City Loft. Again, Universal CityWalk offers guests a variety of entertainment choices at its CityLoft, a trio of night clubs including: Howl at the Moon, a dueling, sing-along piano bar; Rumba Room, a multi-level Latin music club. Comedian, actor and writer Jon Lovitz adds a new role to his list of credits as he becomes proprietor of Jon Lovitz Comedy Club, a gala new comedy showcase with some innovative twists so be prepared to Spend Money.
Dress Code: Smart Casual is Accepted, no flip flops
Updated Nov 27, 2009
Address: 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 9160
Phone: (818) 622-4455/ 622-1111
This is DA Place for the real definition of Nightlife. Universal Studios, you've got to know is located in Hollywood, and I've mention in my other page, Hollywood is where DA Party at :D
Dress Code: casual to whatever lol I don't think anyone cared?
Written Aug 25, 2002
My first time to go to Universal Studios in 1989, the City walk was non-existent then and in 2005, at my latest trip to LA, I was surprised at seeing a long area of bars, restaurants and kitsch at the Unversal Studios Entrance. The Universal City Walk is a glittery mall with one-of-a-kind shops, a neon art museum and an 18-screen cinema. There is a large steel-web canopy with a leaping fountain below, created by WET. A huge television monitor brought in by Panasonic, is located above the multiplex, showing upcoming Universal movie releases, music videos, and NBC Universal promotions stands next to the giant guitar towering over the Hard Rock Cafe.
Admission is free but there is a parking fee and most poeple go here for the Universal Studio Tour so you still pay.
Sun-Thurs 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Fri-Sat 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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Dress Code: none, but Prudence dictates that you must have a smart casual attire
Updated Sep 30, 2008
Address: 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608
Phone: (818) 622-4455/ 622-1111
2 Reviews and 422 Opinions I have stayed at this Sheraton only one night and having checked in at 2:30am and out at 11:00am, it...