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Network after Work at the Continental Club

April 9, 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Join Network After Work on Thursday April 9th at The Continental Club (116 W 4th St) from 6-9pm. Network After Work is America’s premier face-to-face business networking company with monthly mixer events in over 40 cities catering to nearly one million members. Attendees make valuable connections with other members of their business community while enjoying different exciting venues including clubs, restaurants, hotels and special event locations. Events attract a diverse mix of up to several hundred professionals from all industries and career levels. It all takes place on a weekday right after work in a fun and relaxed atmosphere conducive to making connections. Name-tags color coded by industries help sort through the many opportunities while a free drink and light bites before 7pm helps get the ball rolling right from the start.

Admission Includes:
1. Access to 400 Professionals
2. Color-Coded Name Badge
3. First Featured Cocktail before 7pm
4. Light appetizers from 6-7pm
Admission: $15 in advance / $20 with RSVP at the door / $25 without RSVP

Established in 2013 and open February 2014, The Continental Club is a concept by Ashley Joyce with design by partners Ashley Joyce and John Lasker. The Continental Club aims to cater to the vibrant and diverse downtown LA community. The design is based on a traditional London members’ club contrasted with modern, anti-establishment accents.Though officially a single street address, The Continental Club hosts two distinct settings. Sunday through Thursday guests enter from 4th Street to the J. Parkinson Room at The Continental Club. This intimate space is named after John Parkinson, the architect responsible for many iconic downtown landmarks including City Hall, The Coliseum, Union Station and The Continental Building. The emphasis is classic cocktails and conversation.

On Fridays and Saturdays, guests are greeted by a doorman in the alley, led down a stairway and through a wood-paneled hallway to enter The Continental Club. This expanded space includes semi-private seating areas surrounding a central bar and small dance floor. Unique table service includes pitchers, punch bowls and martini sets. The attention to detail and exceptional service is reminiscent of Las Vegas, London and Havana clubs of the 1950s and 1960s.

The Continental Club is part of Circa93.


Network After Work
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The Continental Club
116 W 4th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013 United States
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(213) 620-0279
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