Welcome to Club 5

Club 5 is a loyalty club for Los Angeles.

Every year, we issue a pin. Wear it to unlock discounts all over Los Angeles, all year long.

As you help yourself to the rewards, you help keep 5 Every Day ad-free. Everyone wins.

10% OFF

The O.J. Tour

By Appointment

The O.J. Simpson trial might be the most strange, brutal, complicated, interesting thing to ever happen in Los Angeles; nearly 20 years later, we’re all still talking about it. Experience it all over again with the O.J. Tour, where you’ll see visit crime scene, Rockingham, the infamous Mezzaluna restaurant, with in-depth commentary by Adam Papagan, a Brentwood native and expert on the case. Club 5 members get 10% off the usual price; tell ’em we sent you when you make the appointment, and be sure to wear your pin when you go!




Joymode is an app that rents out everything you need to do the things you’ve always wanted to do. Instead of investing thousands of bucks into camping equipment, for example, you can Joymode a tent, sleeping bags, and a stove for a camping weekend. Or a movie projector for your backyard. Or a pasta maker. Or a dozen pool floaties. They’ll bring it to your door, and pick it up when you’re done. At the end of the weekend, you have the memories and not the stuff. Club 5 members get a free Joymode membership and their first experience for only $25.

Los Angeles
The Internet
50% OFF

Skirball Cultural Center

Mon Closed
Tue—Fri 12pm — 5pm
Sat & Sun 10am — 5pm

The Skirball Cultural Center is an educational institution devoted to sustaining Jewish heritage and “American democratic ideals.” Stroll in with your Club 5 pin and you’ll get half-off admission, which means cheap access to rotating current exhibitions and the Skirball’s marquee permanent collection of Judaica, a 4,000 year journey of artifacts and testimonies.

2701 N Sepulveda
10% OFF


Mon—Weds: By Appointment
Thu—Sat: 12pm—8pm
Sunday: 12pm—5pm

When you buy something nice, it lasts. That’s the principle behind Museo, a menswear consignment/resale boutique right at the kissing point between Silverlake and Echo Park. They traffic in well kept, high-end men’s clothes—smart tailored suits, beautiful leather jackets, proper jeans, and those suede loafers you deserve—sold secondhand, along with a nice crop of new items, to dudes with an eye for value. Come by with your Club 5 pin and you’ll get an additional 10% off non-discounted duds.

2516 W Sunset
Silver Lake

The Hi Hat

Mon — Sun 7pm—2am

A former dingy billiards joint on York boulevard, The Hi Hat is a new venue for Highland Park—a neighborhood full of musicians without anywhere to plug in, until now. It’s a spacious, high-ceilinged hall with a few pool tables left over for ambiance and sharking; you’ll be seeing all your friends’ bands here in 2016. Beer and wine and a solid menu of burgers and bar snacks, all of which are 15% off for Club 5 members.

5043 York
Highland Park


Thurs & Fri 6:30pm—10pm
Sunday 10am—2pm

Step behind the gate of this warehouse building on a cul de sac in Frogtown and you’ll discover the most criminally unblown spot on the East side. Spacious, breezy, high-ceilinged, Elysian is our favorite weekend spot for quiet dinners among friends. The food, much like the place itself, delivers with subtlety. They call it “Medi-Cal,” mediterranean in spirit and local in produce. Club 5 pinholders get $5 off cocktails, our favorite of which is the fiery mezcal and blood orange situation.

2806 Clearwater
15% OFF

Garrett Leight California Optical

Mon — Sun 11am—7pm

Chances are, if you see a chic-looking person in comely sunglasses window shopping on Fairfax or Abbot-Kinney, they’re wearing Garrett Leights. The brand makes breezy, high-end specs for Angelenos and those who dream of being Angelenos; with roots in Venice and lots of collaborations with local artists and designers, Garrett Leight’s got real California flair. Club 5 members get 15% off a single eyewear purchase at Garrett Leight California Optical’s LaBrea location. Future’s bright.

165 S La Brea
10% OFF

Perfect Circuit Audio

Mon — Fri 10am — 7pm
Sat 12pm — 6pm

Perfect Circuit Audio is a one-stop Silk Road for vintage synth abusers. In this Burbank brick-and-mortar, dealing in silicon chips and circuitry, you can noodle to your heart’s content on tables decked with sequencers, keyboards, drum machines, and pedals both new and old. There is no superior destination for this stuff: it is synth Shangri-La, and Club 5 members score 10% off retail.

2405 W Empire
10% OFF


Weds—Fri 12pm—7pm
Sat 12pm—6pm
Sun 12pm—5pm

Collection is a slim little vintage shop on that strip of Sunset right before Echo Park shades into Downtown. It specializes in impeccably chic women’s vintage: high-end 90s designer stuff, perfectly worn-in denim, amazing shoes, imported textiles, well-cut anonymous basics in silk and linen, all edited by the master hand of its proprietress, the collector herself. If you’re looking for that perfect whatever, it’s all killer, no filler.

1282 W Sunset
Echo Park
10% OFF


Sun — Thurs: 11am — 9pm
Fri & Sat: 11am —10pm

We were once satisfied when kings and queens delivered us our burgers, but now we demand the hand of actual deities behind the grill. We demand Burgerlords, a burger window in the heart of Chinatown Central Plaza that keeps it simple with three choices: Ham-, Cheese-, Double-Cheese—plus housemade vegan varieties, all ranging from $5-$7. 10% off for Club 5 members. Legit price point, great burgers, no bullshit.

943 N Broadway


Mon—Sun 10am—10pm

Vidiots is an iconic Santa Monica temple to cinema high and low. Once a video rental shop, it has reinvented itself in the streaming economy, taking on a new life as microcinema, classroom, and cultural space devoted to film appreciation. Its 50,000 titles are still rentable, but you’re just as likely to visit Vidiots to see a live Q&A with a legendary filmmaker or catch an exclusive screening in its 35-seat annex theater. Club 5 members who patronize Vidiots events get a free gourmet chocolate bar to nibble on during the show.

302 Pico
Santa Monica
10% OFF


Mon—Thurs: 11am — 8pm
Fri & Sat: 11am—10pm

Dune is an organic falafel spot in the heart of Atwater Village’s pedestrian strip. The food is simple, pure of heart, devoid of nonsense, healthy without being fussy, and wouldn’t appear out of place on a table in ancient Greece. Your lunch—a lamb or falafel sandwich on pillowy homemade bread, piled high with electric-magenta turnip pickles, fistfuls of fresh herbs, and shoestring potatoes, served with a plate of rosewater-infused dates and a mint iced tea—awaits. And it’s 10% off.

3143 Glendale
Atwater Village

Time Travel Mart

Mon-Sun 12pm—6pm

Whenever you are, we’re already then—that’s the slogan of Echo Park’s Time Travel Mart, a convenience store that stocks time-traveling essentials like conquistador helmets, “robot milk,” and portable wormholes. You may not be leaping through the centuries anytime soon, but rest assured your purchases serve the here and now: all proceeds benefit 826LA, a nonprofit that supports writing classes for kids. Club 5 members get a free “pastport,” the only documentation officially recognized by the Intertemporal Travel Commission, when they shop at Time Travel Mart.

1714 W Sunset
Echo Park
$2 OFF

La Brea Tar Pits & Museum

Mon—Sun: 9:30am—5pm

The La Brea Tar Pits is a place every Angeleno should visit. The museum is a mid-century concrete wonder, one of our favorite buildings in LA. Inside there’s a goth wall of Dire Wolf skulls and scientists diligently dusting the muck from Ice Age fossils found right in Hancock Park, where the lawns are squishy, dotted with mucky bubbles of black tar. The Pleistocene Garden is consistent with the native vegetation of the LA Basin 40,000 years ago, an actively bubbling lake full of dinosaur sculptures looks awesomely hellish, and active excavations promise bones buried in the sulfurous depths. Club 5 members get $2 off admission, so go learn something.

5801 Wilshire
$2 OFF

Natural History Museum

Mon — Sun 9:30am — 5pm

The Natural History Museum, once a staid receptacle of old stuff, has transformed in recent years into a groovy indoor-outdoor museum, with three and a half acres of meandering nature trails, planted with flora designed to attract local wildlife and breezy outdoor programs designed to attract humans. Of course, the old stuff never fails: come for mummies, butterflies, bones, and the dazzling gem room. Club 5 members save $2 on admission.

900 Exposition Blvd
Exposition Park

Perpetual Dawn

Monthly, 9:30pm — 6am

In Berlin, they go all night. And then they go another night. Perpetual Dawn is a monthly Berlin-inspired late night underground techno rave that’s as legit as these sorts of things get in Los Angeles proper, except with a mess of really great art kids at the helm and none of that Berghain bouncer anxiety. If you flash your Club 5 pin at the door, you get into the party for free before eleven, and for only $5 afterwards.

RSVP for Address
10% OFF

Artist & Craftsman Supply

Mon — Sat 9am — 7pm
Sun 11am — 6pm

Think of it as an Arts District within the Arts District: a warehouse-sized emporium of all the things an enterprising creative human might need to paint, draw, sketch and mold. They have an inconceivable selections of pens and markers, all variety of notebooks and great big sheaths of fancy paper, and we never leave empty-handed or without the aspiration to finally give plein-art sketching a shot.

1921 E 7th St
Arts District
10% OFF

East/West Shop

Wed — Sat 12pm — 8pm

East/West shop is a vintage clothing store in Chinatown’s happenin’ Far East Plaza, that two-story foodie mini-mall stringed with red lantern lights. East/West carries a thoughtful, reasonably-priced, selection of faded denim, psychedelic housecoats, fake Grateful Dead tour memorabilia, old army jackets, plus lots of hilarious patches and t-shirts covered in Seinfeld jokes. Perfect post-lunch browse.

727 N Broadway #115


Hours Vary

Clockshop is Frogtown/Elysian Valley’s premier civically-inclined multifaceted arts lab. They hold campouts on the LA River, throw poetry readings by moonlight, and incite all manner of creative discourse with, for, and about the city of Los Angeles—particularly its riparian zones. We are great admirers of Clockshop, and now you can be, too, with two-for-one admission to all their fantastic ticketed events. Make sure you wear your pin to the event to redeem.

2806 Clearwater

Organic Kind

Mon 12am — 8pm
Tues — Sat 11am — 10pm
Sun 12pm — 8pm

Organic Kind is a boutique delivery service specializing in organic cannabis, all of which is grown and dried organically on their farm in the hills of Santa Cruz. Locally-owned “farm to door” drugs, guys. If you’re both a credentialed stoner and a member of Club 5, they’ll toss in a free gram of organic, premium cannabis with your order, a $20 value. Just mention Club 5 when you order online, by text, or by phone. Delivers to Silver Lake, Echo Park, Highland Park, South Pasadena, Pasadena, Mount Washington, and the Arts District Downtown.

NE Los Angeles
The Internet
25% OFF

Pacific Tote Company

Thurs & Fri 10am — 5pm
Sat & Sun 11am — 5pm

Nobody in this world is short on tote bags. They are everywhere, being handed out willy-nilly. But a GOOD tote bag? One that can actually stand up to the rigors of moving stuff from place to place, that can swing beach trips and farmer’s market runs, without falling apart? This is a rare thing. It’s been perfected by Pacific Tote Company, who make heavy-duty twill and canvas totes in bright colors and sturdy shapes for your everyday carrying pleasure. They offer Club 5’ers 25% off all totes purchased from their sunny little Echo Park shop.

1829 W Sunset
Echo Park
10% OFF

Virgil Normal

Tue — Sat 11am — 7pm

Virgil Normal is a clothing and accoutrements store in Virgil Village. A major humanitarian effort for sartorially-challenged men across greater Los Angeles, VN stocks both new and vintage wares for boys and tomboys, with a base of Cali-casual from labels like Rodarte, Apolis, Kiriko, Jackknife Denim, and Bridge & Burn. Their vintage eye is exquisite—think perfectly paint-splattered 50s coveralls, worn-in denim jackets, and screwy hippy patches—and the shop stocks cool weird one-off things like custom airbrushed Vans. Look sharp.

4157 Normal
East Hollywood

Craft & Folk Art Museum

Tue — Fri 11am — 5pm
Sat & Sun 12 — 6pm

Since 1973, the radically intimate Craft & Folk Art Museum on Wilshire has been reminding Angelenos of the power of the handmade: their mission, to challenge established ideas about craft and folk art by exhibiting a robust mix of contemporary takes on traditional handicraft techniques, is regularly supplemented by hands-on workshops for visitors eager to take on the tactile. Admission here has always been reasonable—it’s even pay what you want on Sundays—but we’ll do you one better, with two-for-one admission for Club 5 members.

5814 Wilshire
10% OFF

Erin McKenna’s Bakery

Mon — Thurs 9am — 9pm
Fri & Sat 9am — 10pm
Sun 9am — 8pm

Tell us, what is more LA than a baked treat devoid of gluten, sugar, soy, and dairy? Such a marvel is not impossible. It’s been acheived in Larchmont Village, at Erin McKenna’s Bakery (formerly Babycakes), by some alchemy of coconut and unusual flours, and it’s doesn’t just taste okay: it tastes better. McKenna’s universally hypoallergenic concoctions range from pillowy Belgian waffles to chocolate-chip cookie frosting sandwiches and a changing menu of dense, sweet donuts—it’s all kryptonite. Club 5 members get 10% off all purchases.

236 N Larchmont
Larchmont Village

Meltdown Comics

Mon & Tue 11am — 9pm
Wed 11am — 10pm
Wed — Sun 11am — 9pm

For devotees of the comic book, there is only one place in Los Angeles, and that place is Meltdown Comics: for 20 years now, the central hub of all things paneled and inked, a meeting ground for pop junkies, podcast nerds, and collectors. They sell the stuff, teach the stuff, breathe the stuff—even their logo was drawn by Dan Clowes. Club 5 members shopping at Meltdown get many deals: on Mondays, 15% off. On Wednesdays, free bags & boards. The rest of the week, 10% off. Pow!

7522 Sunset
West Hollywood
10% OFF

Delicious Pizza

Mon — Sun 7am — 11pm

Nothing goes together quite like pizza and music, right? Every band in the world survives on a diet of 90% pizza—that is a true fact—and no food more effortlessly represents the lifestyle of the beat. You get it. We get it. Delicious Pizza, a new pizza place in West Adams co-founded by father-son duo Fred and Travis Sutherland and Delicious Vinyl’s Mike Ross, get it. Delicious Vinyl brought us the Pharcyde, Young MC, and Tone Loc, and the pizza shop draws from the label’s hip-hop legacy: the pies are killer, but it’s the hip-hop memorabilia all over the walls and the jukebox stacked with jams that make Delicious Pizza such a special place. All Club 5 pinholders get 10% off their ‘za.

5419 W Adams
West Adams


Sun — Wed 10am — 5pm
Thurs — Sat 10am — 9pm

Madcapra is a chic falafel stall, all white tile and neon, in the ever-more-refined foodie palace that is downtown’s Grand Central Market, where a discerning city luncher can pair a pillowy green falafel sammie—loaded with cauliflower, labneh, fennel, and cilantro—with some iced cardamon coffee and a side of grilled cabbage. Club 5 members get a free beet-sumac soda, made in-house, with any sandwich or salad purchase.

317 S Broadway

The Posters Co.

24 Hrs

Art is great, but owning it is prohibitively expensive. That’s the simple logic behind The Posters Co, a new LA-based enterprise that aims to make art accessible by publishing affordable, museum-quality prints that are only available for a short time. The prints are awesome—we can vouch—and only $55 a pop. A chunk of The Posters Co’s proceeds go to fund one of the most worthy charities in the city, Inner-City Arts, an oasis of arts education in the heart of Skid Row. Total win-win, especially for Club 5 members.

Los Angeles
The Internet

Prufrock Pizzeria

Mon — Fri 11am — 1am
Sat & Sun 10am — 1am

Everyone knows the Regent is the best new music venue in Los Angeles in ages—a grandly restored former grindhouse cinema downtown, with clear sightlines from pretty much any spot in the room. To boot, it shares real estate with Prufrock Pizzeria, which serves up Neapolitan-style pies baked in a 900+ degree wood oven a stone’s throw from the show. The mozz is fresh, the crusts bubbly, the toppings—lemony arugula, poached eggs, roasted fennel, spicy sopresatta—superlative. Believe it or not, Club 5 members each get a free beer or glass of wine with any in-house pizza purchase. You’re welcome.

446 S Main
$10 OFF

LA Beer Hop

Hours Vary

We are in the midst of a craft beer renaissance in Los Angeles. Breweries are booming, bars are on the rise, and we’ve developed a community of hop-enthusiasts robust enough to rival any other beer town worth its suds. That being said, Los Angeles is also geographically vast, so best call on our pals at LA Beer Hop to be your designated drivers: they’ll take you all around the city to LA’s best beer hotspots, serve you flights of beers at every stop, and get you home safely. The tours are ordinarily $65 but we’re saving you ten bucks with our secret code, which we’ll whisper into your ears once you sign up for Club 5.

Locations Vary
The Internet
$5 OFF

Geffen Playhouse

Hours Vary

The Geffen Playhouse is a world-class theater housed in a former UCLA Masonic clubhouse in Westwood; it feels strangely appropriate, in this city so devoted to the screen, for proper theater to take on the trappings of a secret society. No initiations, however, are necessary for us neophytes, just a love of plays, a desire to see known actors of the screen flexing their live theatrical muscles, and a sweet ticket deal thanks to Club 5—$5 off any available ticket to any season show. Not valid with any other offer and fees may apply. You’ll need to enter a code when you buy tickets online. We’ll give it to you when you join the club.

10886 Le Conte
10% OFF


Tue — Sat 11am — 7pm
Sun 12pm — 6pm

Myrtle is a little boutique standing sentry on the border between Silverlake and Echo Park. Its inventory of lovely clothes, delicate and structural jewelry, home goods, and small-batch cosmetics is entirely made by independent female designers from all around the world, so shoppers can fight the patriarchy without breaking a sweat, especially armed with Club 5’s additional 10% discount storewide.

2213 Sunset
Echo Park

Face Haus

Mon — Sat 10am — 8pm
Sun 10am — 6pm

Listen, we love Los Angeles more than the next guy, but we have to admit it’s a polluted desert—good for 90s apocalyptic flavor, bad for delicate human skin. So let’s all get facials! We found this great place that does ’em for the people, a bright and airy face bar where the skincare is for real, the atmosphere is patently unsnobby, and the prices won’t ruin you: FaceHaus. There’s one in West Hollywood and one in Studio City. They do half-hour facials for $45, and if you’re a Club 5 member, you’ll get a free add-on service with your facial, like a blast of Vitamin C or some extra rigorous pore excavation.

8377 W 3rd
West Hollywood
20% OFF


Mon & Tue 11am — 8pm
Wed 1pm — 8pm
Thurs & Fri 10am — 7pm
Sat & Sun 9am — 6pm

Southpaw is a hair salon that doesn’t skimp on high-class pampering just because it’s a men’s-only spot; all the deft barbering comes prefaced with a cup of strong french-press coffee (or tea, if that’s your thing) and is finished with hot towels, like in the old world. They specialize in manly things like fades, clipper cuts, and beard trims, so you can be assured you’ll leave looking appropriately dapper—and having saved 20% off your haircut just for being a pin-wearing friend of ours.

2522 Hyperion
Silver Lake
20% OFF

The Establishment

Mon — Wed 11am — 8pm
Thurs & Fri 10am — 7pm
Sat & Sun 9am — 6pm

Sister business to the men’s-only salon Southpaw, The Establishment is a beloved Silverlake beauty shop that pretty much does it all: haircuts, color, waxing, makeup, elaborate skin care rituals, et al. It’s an Aveda joint so it always smells like an herbal breeze, the vibe is 200% less clinical than most other salons, they serve a mean cup of coffee to patrons, and you get 20% off cuts if you roll in there sporting a Club 5 pin.

2894 Rowena
Silver Lake
$2 OFF


Mon — 11am — 5pm
Thurs 11am — 8pm
Fri 11am — 5pm
Sat & Sun 11am — 6pm

Just your local world-class arts institution, spread over three facilities covering the breadth of Los Angeles, no bigs. The MOCA Grand downtown, the Geffen in Little Tokyo, and the MOCA Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood collectively house and display one of the nation’s most substantial and renowned permanent collections; MOCA also presents on-point public programming and MOCAtv, a YouTube channel which contains multitudes. We’re lucky to have MOCA in Club 5, because that means you get $2 off the price of admission every time you visit. Can’t be combined with any other discount, obviously. Go edify yourself!

250 S Grand

NerdMelt Showroom

Hours Vary

It’s a pint-sized theater tucked in the back of a comic book store in Hollywood, but the NerdMelt Showroom has outsize ambitions. Over the last few years, it’s become an essential part of LA’s comedy scene, hosting bonkers thematic stand-up nights—”Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction,” for example—open mics, podcast tapings, and the now-iconic Wednesday Meltdown shows, hosted by Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani, which draw big-name comics. Go for the laughs, stay for the free chips you’ll get if you buy a drink at concessions.

7522 Sunset
15% OFF

The New California Barber

Mon — Sat 11am — 7pm
Sun 11am — 5pm


Ah, hair. If we could place it into cryostasis the moment it grows to the ideal length, we would, but we can’t, so instead we take our heads to the New California Barbershop for no-nonsense follicular maintenance. For men, women, and children, all the haircuts are $35 bucks a pop—clean and classic and finished with a hot towel. No intimidating salon vibes, just an open door and a pair of scissors. The already-low price dips 15% for Club 5 members on weekdays. Tip your barber!

2203 W Sunset
Silver Lake
15% OFF

Scoops Chinatown

Tue — Sat 12pm — 10pm

Fans of Scoops, Tai Kim’s sublime ice cream mini-empire, rejoice! In addition to the original location on Heliotrope, a Highland Park outpost, and that mysterious tentacle on the West side, there’s now a cheery Scoops location in Chinatown, tucked into Far East Plaza, that half-abandoned mini-mall well on its way to becoming a happenin’ foodie hotspot. With all the nutty flavor combos you’ve come to love, different every day—and 15% off for Club 5 members.

727 N Broadway
5% OFF

Thank You For Coming

Sat & Sun 11am — 3pm

Thank You For Coming is a restaurant that’s also an artist residency program—with conceptual menus and culinary events that emphasize community, art, and eating. It’s a beautifully utopian social experiment with no business existing in this weary world, and the food is great to boot. Every meal here is an experience, as meals should be, and if you’re a Club 5 member, that experience will be enhanced with a 5% discount and spontaneous actions decided on the spot by Thank You For Coming.

3416 Glendale
Atwater Village

The Hammer Store

Tue — Fri 11am — 8pm
Sat & Sun 11am — 5pm

Last year, the Hammer Museum in Westwood did Los Angeles a solid and made admission to the museum free, for good. Not a dime for their public programs, among the best in the city, nor a single penny for their world-class shows, temporary installations, or the Armand Hammer Collection. At this point, they’ve earned their keep—so support the Hammer by patronizing their shop, which is as thoughtfully curated as the museum itself. Even easier when they just hand you a free Hammer Autopoint Pencil.

10899 Wilshire
15% OFF

Donut Friend

Tue — Thurs 7am — 10pm
Fri — Sat 7am — 12am
Sun 7am — 10pm

It sounds too good to be true. A donut joint that—instead of crullers and frosted jelly-filled—makes custom donuts while you wait, using fresh and locally-sourced ingredients. A Donut Friend donut is actually more like a donut sandwich: order a donut, and they slice it, fill it with whatever toppings you want, then smash it together and glaze the entire thing. Even dreamier, the donuts are almost all vegan and named after seminal post-punk bands (Jets to Basil, Drive Like Jelly, et al). Friendship is forever, especially when it’s 15% off.

5107 York
Highland Park


Daily Showings

Once a revival house screening silent films to an appreciative crowd of movie buffs, the Cinefamily has become the most exciting cinematheque in the country. Its screwy, inspired programming of low-budget rarities and high-art film, and its emphasis on interactivity—live scores, panels, in-depth Q&As, costume contests, and 24-hour telethons—has manifested a breathless community of hard-core cinephiles, of which we are proud members. Free popcorn for you, Club 5 friends, as if you needed any further convincing.

611 N Fairfax
Beverly Grove

Upstairs at Ace Hotel Downtown LA

Mon—Sun: 11am — 2am

At night, in the neon glow of the “Jesus Saves” sign, the rooftop bar at Ace Hotel is a pretty striking crow’s nest from which to fully take in the Bladerunner lights of Los Angeles’ old-new Downtown. It’s also a shiny podium for the city’s best and brightest cultural representatives, who regularly DJ, improvise, project video art, dance, pop-up, perform and otherwise illuminate the skyline at Ace’s behest. With 15% off food at the rooftop bar for Club 5 members, you’re set.

933 S Broadway
10% OFF


Mon — Sat 12pm—7pm
Sun 11pm — 6pm

Otherwild is an airy Los Feliz boutique that is part community space, part retail destination for surreal quartz jewelry, witchy tinctures, feminist zines, handmade ceramics, and limited-edition art objects. It smells like a pine forest and is perpetually hosting interesting, heady events, from candle-dipping workshops to trunk sales and noise shows, all issuing from the shop’s close community of artists, makers, and dreamers. You don’t need a 10% off discount to celebrate and support this place, but you have one anyway. Go use it.

1768 N Vermont
Los Feliz
10% OFF


Mon — Wed 12pm — 7pm
Thurs — Sun 11am — 7pm

Poketo has two locations in Los Angeles: its flagship outpost in the Arts District and a more streamlined shop in Koreatown’s The Line Hotel. Both are airy spaces filled with a considered collection of lovely and colorful home goods, stationery, and clothes—all of which issued from the human hands of owners Ted Vadakan and Angie Myung’s extended community of makers. Club 5 members with a penchant for lovely things: they are yours for 10% cheaper, if you sport your pin to Poketo’s Arts District location.

820 E 3rd
Arts District

Terms & Conditions

Discounts are subject to availability and apply to in-person sales only.

When visiting restaurants, make sure to present your pin before requesting the check. Discounts exclude tax and gratuity, happy hour, take-out, deliveries, special events and holidays. Club 5 is valid only at listed locations, and can’t be combined with any other promotions. In the rare instance that a business doesn’t recognize your Club 5 pin, we can’t be held responsible. Honestly, just be reasonable.

All Club 5 promotions are valid until December 31st, 2015. For promotions in 2016, you’ll need the 2016 Club 5 pin.

If you have any questions, please write us at feedback@5everyday.com.