Scenes from the street as WeHo nightlife springs back to life


Last night, WEHOville took a walk down Santa Monica Blvd. to get a sense of how the Rainbow District was recovering from a year under COVID lockdowns. How had things changed since before the pandemic? Would it ever be the same again? Here’s what you told us:

A customer laughs while dining on restaurant patio. The pandemic’s indoor restrictions ultimately left the Rainbow District with a much more vibrant street presence.
A gogo dancer stands over the crowd at the newly re-opened Revolver.
“The Chapel has a more West Hollywood gay vibe,” said bargoer Fabricio Bailes, compared with its sister bar, The Abbey, which has a broader appeal to women and straight people.
The public art exhibit ‘Meringue’ illuminates the far west end of the Rainbow District
Patrons pack the patio at Revolver, which just re-opened.
A new mural by artist SKUT was unveiled Wednesday in anticipation of Micky’s re-opening.
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Matthew Flanagan
Matthew Flanagan
2 years ago

The fun and life is coming back! Keep getting vaccinated!

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