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Largo at the Coronet

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Los Angeles, California, 90048

Rated 4.5/5 (10 Reviews)
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  • 366 N La Cienega Blvd
    Los Angeles, California, 90048
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Submitted by Justine on 04/20/2022

Justine 5 stars rating.

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This is one of the most special intimate live venues in LA! No photography was allowed at the Beck concert I attended. Don’t miss a visit to the next door, historic Coronet afterwards (performers stoped by there).

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Submitted by Audrey Watson on 03/31/2022

Audrey Watson 5 stars rating.

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We went and seen Anthony Jeselnick and had a blast. The atmosphere here is so cool. The only down side are the seats. Everything is so cool there.

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Submitted by Rebecca Balnis on 03/30/2022

Rebecca Balnis 3 stars rating.

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Things I liked about the Largo include a spacious outdoor courtyard, bizarre mannequin art and a history of up and coming comedians. Things I did not care for, Dylan Moran's sobriety. You think you know a guy.

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Submitted by Mason on 03/04/2022

Mason 5 stars rating.

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The most wholesome and organized small performance place I have seen in LA. Lobby was open 2 hours before showtime, and there were lots of tables, snacks, or wine/beer you could get before show. I liked that they required showing proof of vaccination and masks on during the performance. Glad I decided to go and see some comedy here.

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Submitted by Kyle Ballard on 01/30/2022

Kyle Ballard 5 stars rating.

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Great venue with awesome talent! I've seen Jon Brion, Anthony Jeselnik, Patton Oswalt and more. There's a cash only bar that serves Guinness and wine inside and they check everyone for proof of vaccine so I felt very safe. The parking structure next door on the right is typically 20 bucks no hassle parking. One of my favorite venues!

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Submitted by Shawn Nuzzo on 01/21/2022

Shawn Nuzzo 5 stars rating.

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What's not to like? It's become a Los Angeles institution. Dark, yet inviting cash-only bar opens before the show. Spacious outdoor courtyard and intimate theater with some of the best live acts I've ever seen.

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Submitted by Gannet Wystix on 12/10/2021

Gannet Wystix 5 stars rating.

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This was fantastic, just saw Jacqueline Novak’s comedy routine “Get on your knees” The theater was full, the most people I’ve seen indoors for a long time and the comedy was outstanding. I hope you’re a literate person. If you see the corner store
Trashy Lingerie you know you’ve made it.

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Submitted by L L (Lue. L.) on 12/01/2021

L L (Lue. L.) 5 stars rating.

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"At the LARRRRGOOOOOO!" If you know, you know. If you don't know, here's a review about it. THIS PLACE IS INTIMATE AND MAGICAL. An LA staple that was recently save from permanent closure. We are SO LUCKY to still have this place. The stage manager is on top of his game and always makes the house announcements before the show. Watching this part is half the fun of any Largo at the Coronet show. I saw Sarah Silverman, Anthony Jeselnik (not my fav), and Amy Mann here. The Amy mano show was fantastic.
The acoustics are great. And the back row also feels nice and intomate. 300 seat i believe. Perfect for any date night or a night our with the gang.
After the show you can step into the bar that's attached. It's a great place to see others laugh and drink with friends. Small and quanint with marble bathrooms that only have one stall. (They feel like they were built by a man 100 years ago. And I think they were.)
The service is great too. Apparently they are known for their cocktails.
If you get a chance to support The Largo, do it.
You won't be disappointed.
(By the venue. If the show sucks rhats the artists fault. Lol)

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Submitted by Sue Dion on 10/11/2021

Sue Dion 5 stars rating.

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Went to see Patton Oswalt. Amazing show. But the staff at the Largo was amazing. Efficient. They checked everyone's covid cards and we got wristbands and it was easy and nice. Great place for a great show

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Submitted by Megan Morris on 03/08/2020

Megan Morris 4 stars rating.

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Cool venue. All seats had a good view. I appreciate that it's a first come first serve for seats, but that they do actually give you an assigned seat. My only complaints are that the theater seats are so old that you can feel every spring in them, my butt hurt by the end of the show. And that there is ZERO phone to call and ask questions about shows. Also, you can't buy tickets on site for future shows, only sales are online. :/

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