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Take a Peek Inside Halo, New Cahuenga Corridor Nightclub

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If you love the nightlife, you may love what's known as the Cahuenga Corridor. The space that was once White Lotus, then Ritual, has re-emerged as Halo, the latest endeavor by Chris Breed (of Green Door, Pig 'N Whistle and Cabana Club), who told the LA Times last week that Halo is "an old-school club." He's referencing the space's black and white decor, the different elevations, the multiple bars (three) and the patio.

LAist Featured Photos pool contributor STERLINGDAVISPHOTO gave us these shots of Halo's interior, which features "clean lines and simple aesthetics." The space has been split into two sides--one for the drinking and dancing, and one for the sports-bar set, which is being completed and has yet to open. So if you're scoping spaces for your next night out, or prefer to skip the doing the doorman-persuasion dance, take a peek at Halo through the lens (and nary a d-bag or hosebeast in sight!)

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