Largo at the Coronet

366 N La Cienega Blvd Los AngelesCA90048
Open
Sunday
12:00pm-6:00pm
Monday
12:00pm-6:00pm
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
12:00pm-6:00pm
Thursday
Closed
Friday
12:00pm-7:30pm
Saturday
12:00pm-7:30pm
Payment Methods: Cash
Average Rating
3.5
Total Reviews
(42)
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Largo can be found at N Fairfax Ave 432. The following is offered: Night Clubs. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Los Angeles there are 88 other Night Clubs. An overview can be found here.
by opendius on May 12, 2015 from opendius

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Know Before You Go:
The Fairfax location closed in 2008. Largo moved a mile away to La Cienega near Beverly Blvd. and re-opened as Largo at the Coronet.
by Citysearch on February 22, 2010 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

There’s a “certain comfort and community” for the comedy and musical acts that regularly perform at this “classy” WeHo venue – you might see sets by Sarah Silverman and Aziz Ansari or shows by Fiona Apple or Jon Brion (who’s done legendary gigs here for years); it’s “intimate” with “great seats” throughout and “well-known” for its hard-core seating policy: be on time or you won’t get in; P.S....
by zagat on January 13, 2014 from zagat
A marriage of music and comedy features both distinguished and emerging acts. Largo’s resume includes Larry David, Fiona Apple, Russel Brand, and Sarah Silverman. There are rumored food and drink minimums, as well as a cover charge-- fortunately John Brion’s performances tend to happen on pay days (for all you college-kids, that means Fridays.) When the lights dim, you’d better hush hush-- this...
by blackbookmag on May 09, 2012 from blackbookmag
John Brion's Friday night residencies, not currently in effect, still spoken of. Grab-bag of extreme talent, like Sarah Silverman and Louis C.K., but the small, intimate venue seems most appropriate with Aimee Mann on stage. Italian dinner is served, cutlery clanking over the performers. Make too much noise and the hands-on management might give you the bounce. Rising stars and top secret...
by blackbookmagus on September 16, 2011 from blackbookmagus
In 2008, this longstanding music venue moved from its Fairfax Village home to the aging Coronet Theatre near the Beverly Center. After some major refurbishment, the main stage is a comfortable 280-seater, and there's an intimate 60-seat room aptly named The Little Room. There's an eclectic array of performances, ranging from the plugged-in folk set to vibrant trip hoppers, and, pop-music...
by frommers on April 24, 2011 from frommers

Information from the business

Thanks to you all for coming by or planning to come by. It really is fun (I would not be near the dump if it wasn't!) On our website, there's some great live stuff to listen to and hopefully to encourage you to go out or stay in and buy the L.P.s. All the musicians could use your support -- from big Aimee Mann to Wee Tom Brosseau. All the money from our cover charges goes directly to the...
by cityvoter on May 13, 2016 from cityvoter