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The Rundown On This Week's Hottest Clubs

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The fine folks of The Rundown made a list of new n' noteworthy Los Angeles drinking and cavorting establishments for you. The nightlife circuit begins with 1616, a new, non-nudie spot from the Spearmint Rhino family and Premiere, a two-story, Spanish-themed club with flamenco girls and celebrity clientele. A "'70s lumberjack erotica" vibe from The Falls (complete with tree stumps and digital waterfall) is happening on Spring St., while a Dublin's redux finds the former Sunset Strip institution located downtown with 65 on-tap beers priced to sell starting at $3. Daintier drunks, try Big Bar cozied into the Alcove in Los Feliz.

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