Sevilla Nightclub, located on the 3rd floor at 140 Pine Ave, is one of the top clubs in Long Beach, California. The club has plenty of dance space including a raised platform that sometimes hosts go-go dancers and other times patrons. There's a go-go dancer cage over the changing neon bar and a lounge area behind the bar. There's also an interesting cylindrical room through a jagged doorway with amphitheater-style bench seating and cushions to lounge around on.
Wednesday night is Salsa and Bachata Night with lessons at 8 pm. Thursdays are hip-hop and reggaeton, Saturdays feature hip-hop, top 40, EDM and Spanish hits, and Sunday is Banda Night.
There are a cover charge and dress code. You can sign up to get your name on the guest list ahead of time.
Café Sevilla is a restaurant and bar with live music and a small dance area on the first floor and a quiet restaurant on the 2nd floor. Downstairs, Latin musicians perform in a cramped area along one wall with a few feet for dancing between them and the Tapas Bar tables. Salsa musicians perform Tuesday through Thursday, with a live rumba-style guitar on the weekends. There are dining areas at the front of the restaurant, on a mezzanine at the back and on an outside patio on Pine. There is a full Spanish dinner and tapas menu, as well as prix-fixe multi-course menus. Gluten-free and vegan options are available.
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Because of the variety of dining and entertainment choices, you'll find people of all ages, ethnicities, and sexual orientations enjoying themselves at Sevilla. On a Saturday night, you'll likely find 20-somethings competing with the go-go girls on the platform, 40 and 50-something couples in the lounge, and gay and straight couples on the upstairs dance floor.
There is live Latin music in the downstairs Tapas Bar nightly.