Make this year the best one yet. Here is our list of the best birthday party ideas in Los Angeles so you can plan a great celebration.
Roll It Out
Roller skating parties were probably popular in your younger days (middle school roller discos anyone?) but they’re back! Moonlight Rollerway and World of Wheels have been hosting parties for celebrities Beyonce, Kristen Bell, and Jessica Biel. You deserve a party just as fabulous. Each rink rents skates and has food, but you should bring your own sparkly outfit to shine on the floor. Some even offer lessons so you can perfect your moves before showing off at your party.
Rooftop Pool Party
Downtown LA is the home of great food, lots of museums, and more importantly for your party purposes, great hotel rooftop pools. From the Ace Hotel to the Nomad, to The Standard, to the hip Freehand, you can hang by the pool with a handful of friends and a handful of cocktails. Drinking carrot daiquiris by the pool at the Broken Shaker is a pretty good way to bring in a new year. If it’s too cold to swim, get a sunset cocktail and dip your feet in.
Eat. Drink. Repeat.
Have the best birthday meal ever, without the planning and awkward bill-splitting. Spend three hours eating and drinking around LA. A local guide will plan and lead the experience in Downtown, Koreatown, or Venice. Your only job is to gather some friends, and then eat, drink, and enjoy. If you’re interested in booze more than food, the Hollywood Cocktail Tour is a great start to a big night out.
Los Angeles is thriving when it comes to spas. You can glam it up in an old-school Beverly Hills spa, or get a spa treatment literally any time of the day in a 24-hour Korean spa. Spots like Wi Spa have plenty of room for all of your guests to spend hours in the half-dozen types of saunas, and the hot and cold baths. (Note: in the baths, you can go in in your birthday suit.) You can even have your birthday dinner inside at the Korean restaurant and take a nap on the heated floors or rooftop.
Want to plan one of the best birthday party ideas in Los Angeles? Join for a private culinary tour of Downtown, Koreatown, Hollywood, or Venice.