The Edison celebrates an era of creation and imagination, the mixture of science, art, and industry.
Guests are invited to enjoy artisanal cocktails and a select menu of signature food in an industrial house of worship crafted from the architectural artifacts of LA’s first private power plant. In one of the world’s most exceptional and imaginative spaces, guests are welcome to experience LA’s famous nightlife.
Regardless of the deep, shadowy alcove of the Edison’s location below street level, it’s comfortable with massive club chairs and classy leather sofas dotting the room. Retro cocktails include a Charlie Chaplin, a boilermaker, even a fresh gimlet and two menu pages’ worth of single-malt scotch. Thursdays feature live music; on Fridays and Saturdays, the tempo picks up with regular DJs on the decks. There’s a dress code, no torn jeans or ratty tennis shoes; if you’re going to play the part, you should look it too. It’s a small price to pay to enter a time machine.
At The Edison, you will live history.