The long-awaited “nightlife playground” Sinners y Santos officially opens for business in Downtown Los Angeles — that is, the business of partying after dark.
For months, nightlife aficionados have eagerly awaited word on the progress at Level 8, Houston Hospitality’s expansive and multi-dimensional entertainment complex that occupies the entire eighth floor of the new Moxy and AC hotels near the LA Convention Center and the Crypto.com Arena. For Sinners y Santos, the wait is finally over, as the nightclub celebrates its grand opening today, September 13th.
Sinners y Santos promises an elevated club experience “where sacred meets profane.” Expect everything from live bands and DJ performances to lucha libre shows. The club has a 1920s American speakeasy-like design, yet it also has the trappings of an old European cathedral with stained-glass windows and an altar.
Level 8 promises that Sinners y Santos will offer patrons plenty of fun inside, yet they’re also taking their bar seriously, as they showcase the same caliber of expert mixology that Houston Hospitality is already known for at local hotspots as Breakroom 86 in Koreatown, Good Times at Davey Wayne’s, and No Vacancy in Hollywood.
As mentioned earlier, Sinners y Santos is part of the larger Level 8 dining and entertainment complex inside the Moxy and AC building. Sinners y Santos’ grand opening adds to Level 8’s diverse and intriguing offerings, which includes the burlesque and piano bar Mr. Wanderlust, the Japanese restaurant Lucky Mizu helmed by Joël Robuchon veteran Hisae Stuck, and Michelin-starred Chef Joshua Gil’s French-Japanese fusion restaurant Maison Kasai.
Going forward, Sinners y Santos will be open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 10:00 PM to 2:00 AM, plus they will be available to book for private events. It’s located inside the Moxy and AC hotels at 1254 South Figueroa Street in Downtown LA, near Pico Boulevard.