Stache – West Hollywood Los Angeles, Guide & Review
A new queer neighborhood restaurant, bar, and nightclub. Stache is an all-inclusive social house for every form of self-expression. The aesthetic of Stache is inspired by the underground and hidden spaces once necessary for their community to gather – rugged industrial warehouses with clean modern elements. Their walls will showcase historic LGBTQ images, as well as one-of-a-kind art murals created by local artists. Stache is an all-inclusive restaurant, bar, and nightclub. They’ve got a plant based menu and dishes made from scratch. Queer-owned and operated, Stache is quickly becoming WeHo’s go-to hangout and party spot. Perfect location!
Stache – West Hollywood operates Monday through Tuesday 12pm to 10pm, Wednesday through Saturday from 12pm to 2am, and Sunday 12pm to 10pm. Stache features a great Happy Hour daily from 3pm to 7pm, a fun and Modern selection of made-from-scratch All-American brunch and dinner favorites, stylish interior, creative cuisine, great vibes, fun theme nights, great friendly staff, drag brunch, delicious food, delicious strong drinks, late-night menu, chic decor, free Wi-Fi, healthy options, best brunch, good music, and mellow/mixed/diverse crowd. Open air seating is nice and video graphics pull you into the music. They have shows every hour which is a nice touch.
This place is small and intimate for a night of dancing. This is a really fun new place in WeHo. Definitely recommended this place for an amazing experience in Los Angeles. Everyone needs to go check it out!