The Low Down
Know Before You Go: The Fairfax location closed in 2008. Largo moved a mile away to La Cienega near Beverly Blvd. and re-opened as Largo at the Coronet.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Relocated to Restaurant Row from its longtime Fairfax Village hub, this renowned spot still highlights the KCRW indie music crowd and similarly wired comedians.
by Contributor at Citysearch
A mixed group of music biz insiders and neighborhood youngsters gravitate toward this two-venues-inside-one gem on La Cienega. Touring acts like Josh Rouse, Loudon Wainwright, Rachael Yamagata, Sarah Silverman and Pattonâ¦
By Katrin A. at Foursquare
Seats are painfully small. Shame cause the venue is nice, but it is uncomfortable. Read More
By Party Earth at Foursquare
The Largo isnt the biggest venue in LA but it has a major following. Its always a good idea to show up at least 45 minutes prior to show time to gr... Read More
By David Z. at Foursquare
Great venue to see top musicians and comedians in an intimate setting. Read More
By Where Los Angeles Magazine at Foursquare
Expect a charmingly informal vibe, that local performers view as their second home; Jon Brion plays monthly, occasionally bringing Fiona Apple with... Read More
By Jen R. at Foursquare
Grab a drink at the Roger Room next door after the show. Read More