100% love it
Iconic WeHo dance club
A packed bar and dance floor with boys of all ages, and they offer a full menu of food.


    • FFF
      FFF Over a year ago

      i love this show and i love this Bars .. i want to go it's awesome

    • twinfred
      twinfred Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Love it!
      I love going to Micky's, especially for their Monday night drag shows. Just make sure to set a reservation (especially if a well-known queen is performing) if you want to get a good view of the show. The weekend events are also fun, and the bar gets crowded (with lots of cute boys).

    • SheldonP
      SheldonP Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Not the same
      Mickeys has always been my go to spot since I discovered WEHO in 1992. After the fire I was sure it had gone out in a blaze of glory. But, Mickeys was resurrected and came back like a Phoenix rising from the ashes. It's not the Mickeys that lured me in with its melodic beat. But, I am no longer that innocent wide eyed boy. So, I guess neither of us are the same.....

    • syl
      syl Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Bar full of fun!
      This bar is great to mingle and have a great night out in LA...

    • starrfucker
      starrfucker Over a year ago

      You'll regret your life if you order the grilled cheese. I did like the ketchup tho.

    • bobby54
      bobby54 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great Place For dance & A quick Bite
      I was so glad to see that Micky's was back and better than ever! The revamped classic looks really great. As always the boys are hot , the music is great and now there are other tasty treats on offer! If you're in L.A. this is definitely worth checking out.

    • starrsearch
      starrsearch Over a year ago
      Hates it

      lots of sexy gogo boys
      boy whores everywhere piling dollars from lusting customers!

    • ty_ibram
      ty_ibram Over a year ago
      Loves it

      i have no words to discribe Micky's, the best club in town, hot bartenders, HOOOTTTT gogo dancers, 2 f%ยจ* good areas to dance, definetely the best club in WeHo. i spend 5 nights in LA n i went to Mickys 4 nights in the road, i couldnt stop myself, one day, it was thusrday i didnt go there cause there were charging a cover, that why it was empty so i turn my way to another club.

    • petersydney
      petersydney Over a year ago
      Loves it

      A must visit
      Micky's would have to be one of the best clubs to go to in WEHO. The bar staff are very friendly and service is exceptional. We ordered drinks and they arrived almost immediately. The music was great for those who like eye candy they have dancers. There is attention to detail in this bar as the place can get crowded but remains spotless including the bathrooms. Only downside is that the tend to let the hens night style crowd in which can be a bit irritating but only that. Go there it is a must visit.

    • MuscleJDawg
      MuscleJDawg Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Assaulted by straight Micky's employee
      Last night, Sunday July 22, I was assaulted by an employee at Micky's. I was walking through the bar, along the side where the dancers perform, and a woman shoved me. I turned around and said, "excuse you," and asked why she pushed me. She began mouthing off to me and then the dancer she standing in front of leaned down and got involved. He began cussing me out and shouting at me. I told him that it didn't involve him and was between the woman and me. Security came over to find out what was going on and in that moment, the dancer reached down and slapped me across the face. The head of security was called over, he asked me to step outside with him to talk. When outstide, he told me that I was not going to be allowed back in the bar. He informed me that the woman is the gorlfriend of the dancer who assaulted me. I told him that I was going to call the police and file charges of battery against their employee. He said that the dancers are independent contactors and not employees of the bar and I had every right to call the police if that's what I chose to do. He also told me that I could speak to Aaron, the Bar Manager, if I wanted to but that he was not there last night and I would have to wait until Monday afternoon to call the bar after 5pm to talk to him. Obviously he doesn't understand that in California, any person who is contracted to do work at a place of business (whether it be temporary or permanent, independent contractor or direct hire) is a legal agent of that establishment and is considered an employee. I immediately contacted 911 to report the assault and the 911 Operater, Jackson, asked me to call back on the non-emergency line. I called her back and she told me it would be over an hour before they could get an officer to the bar. As I waited, the person in charge of the dancers came out and asked if I could point out to him which employee it was who assaulted me. I was allowed back in the bar, I pointed out the dancer who struck me and then escorted back outside. Apparently, no one wanted to fess up and tell who it was who had committed the assault, so they needed me to come back in and point him out. The Sheriff's deputies finally arrived at about 1:15am (incidentally, the Sheriff's department is directly across the street from Micky's) by which time the employee had already finished his shift and left the bar. The officer took my information, I gave her my report of the incident, she talked to the head of security and another person wearing a headset who I'm assuming was the Manager, and then let me know that she would be filing the report for battery and investigators would be talking to the employee. What really irritated me about this whole incident, aside from actually being assaulted by their employee, was that no one at anytime apologized to me for what had taken place. The head of security never apologized, the guy in charge of the dancers never apologized, no one did. I was completely disregarded, the staff made it very clear that they just didn't care about the customer. While I waited for the police, everytime a staff member came outside and saw that I was still standing there, they would immediately look away so as not to make eye contact with me. In my book, this is extremely disrespectful. When the police left, I even took it upon myself to go up to the person who I assumed was a Manager there and told him that it was nothing personal and that I wish it didn't have to come to that. He spoke at me (I say at me, because while we talked, he never looked me in the eye, he looked around me, over me, even when he offered his hand to shake he didn't look at me) and said it was no problem, but again never offered an apology for his employee's actions. I will never return to Micky's and I have informed all my family and friends who live in the area to do the same. The support I've received from friends, family and fellow veterans (yes I am a combat veteran of the Navy) has been overwhelming and I hope Micky's will take a second, more serious, look at who they hire.

    • cycek87
      cycek87 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Monday's show are little bit to long, but apart from that recommendable

    • wonderjh
      wonderjh Over a year ago
      Loves it

      way better then Abbey
      almost every night at Mickys is a great time. The drinks are good depending on ur bar tender but a little expensive especially paying a cover too. The dancer depends on the night u go..lol!! i like it there.

    • rennyben92
      rennyben92 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      looking forward to stopping by again

    • Renesoulet
      Renesoulet Over a year ago

      Love it
      This place was fun back in the day, glad it's making a come back

    • AmazinRacer
      AmazinRacer Over a year ago

      Anthony is the cutest bartender Mickys' got ever!