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Lux is a nightclub in Los Angeles owned by Lucifer Morningstar, the former ruler of Hell. Lucifer runs the establishment with the help of his trusted friend and demon, Mazikeen.


Entering Lux, there is a platform overlooking the main area with a stairwell leading down.

Lucifer lives in the penthouse of the building. An elevator appears to be the only way to Lucifer's home. But in "What Would Lucifer Do?", he's seen using stairs instead.

According to Joe Henderson, what's between the Penthouse and the club is a lot of sex dungeons and it includes Lucifer's kitchen. Lucifer has used the kitchen in "O, Ye of Little Faith, Father" to make dinner for Chloe Decker. Presumably, there are apartments for the employees; Maze was a resident.

There is also a wine cellar where Lucifer tried to lockup Goddess in "The Good, the Bad and the Crispy". Under Lux, there are prohibition tunnels. According to Lucifer, "Howard Hughes used to use them to sneak his mistresses away from his other mistresses."

Penthouse behind the scenes.


In 2011, Lux used to be a MMA bar named Rico's. Lucifer fought Amenadiel in the cage there, where Amenadiel gave up and lost against his brother.

Prior to 2016, John Constantine, John Diggle and Mia Smoak visited from Earth-1 during the Anti-Monitor Crisis; Lucifer ran into them at a service entrance. After repaying his debt to Constantine, Lucifer returned inside.

In "The Would-Be Prince of Darkness", Justin claims to be Lucifer Morningstar in order to impress girls.

In "Homewrecker", Eleanor Bloom bought the building in which Lux is located. She planned to demolish the building, but thanks to Chloe, the building was deemed a heritage site and protected from being destroyed.

In "Infernal Guinea Pig", Abel, in Bree Garland's body, leaves Lux and is ironically hit by an ambulance due to not knowing traffic laws.

Penthouse behind the scenes.

In "Really Sad Devil Guy", it was revealed that after Lucifer left, Amenadiel took up management of Lux. Since Lucifer no longer was around to make deals, Amenadiel forbade even low level crime like drug deals. Even Chloe admitted Lux improved under his management. However, things revert to normal in "¡Diablo!" when Lucifer comes back.


Season One
#1 "Pilot" Appears
#2 "Lucifer, Stay. Good Devil." Appears
#3 "The Would-Be Prince of Darkness" Appears
#4 "Manly Whatnots" Appears
#5 "Sweet Kicks" Appears
#6 "Favorite Son" Appears
#7 "Wingman" Appears
#8 "Et Tu, Doctor?" Appears
#9 "A Priest Walks Into a Bar" Appears
#10 "Pops" Appears
#11 "St. Lucifer" Appears
#12 "#TeamLucifer" Appears
#13 "Take Me Back to Hell" Appears
Season Two
#1 "Everything's Coming Up Lucifer" Appears
#2 "Liar, Liar, Slutty Dress on Fire" Appears
#3 "Sin-Eater" Appears
#4 "Lady Parts" Appears
#5 "Weaponizer" Appears
#6 "Monster" Appears
#7 "My Little Monkey" Appears
#8 "Trip to Stabby Town" Appears
#9 "Homewrecker" Appears
#10 "Quid Pro Ho" Appears
#11 "Stewardess Interruptus" Appears
#12 "Love Handles" Appears
#13 "A Good Day to Die" Appears
#14 "Candy Morningstar" Appears
#15 "Deceptive Little Parasite" Appears
#16 "God Johnson" Appears
#17 "Sympathy for the Goddess" Appears
#18 "The Good, the Bad and the Crispy" Appears
Season Three
#1 "They're Back, Aren't They?" Appears
#2 "The One with the Baby Carrot" Appears
#3 "Mr. & Mrs. Mazikeen Smith" Appears
#4 "What Would Lucifer Do?" Appears
#5 "Welcome Back, Charlotte Richards" Appears
#6 "Vegas With Some Radish" Appears
#7 "Off the Record" Appears
#8 "Chloe Does Lucifer" Appears
#9 "The Sinnerman" Appears
#10 "The Sin Bin" Appears
#11 "City of Angels?" Appears
#12 "All About Her" Appears
#13 "Til Death Do Us Part" Appears
#14 "My Brother's Keeper" Appears
#15 "High School Poppycock" Appears
#16 "Infernal Guinea Pig" Appears
#17 "Let Pinhead Sing!" Appears
#18 "The Last Heartbreak" Appears
#19 "Orange is the New Maze" Appears
#20 "The Angel of San Bernardino" Appears
#21 "Anything Pierce Can Do I Can Do Better" Appears
#22 "All Hands on Decker" Appears
#23 "Quintessential Deckerstar" Appears
#24 "A Devil of My Word" Appears
#25 "Boo Normal" Appears
#26 "Once Upon a Time" Appears
Season Four
#1 "Everything's Okay" Appears
#2 "Somebody's Been Reading Dante's Inferno" Appears
#3 "O, Ye of Little Faith, Father" Appears
#4 "All About Eve" Appears
#5 "Expire Erect" Appears
#6 "Orgy Pants to Work" Appears
#7 "Devil Is as Devil Does" Appears
#8 "Super Bad Boyfriend" Appears
#9 "Save Lucifer" Appears
#10 "Who's da New King of Hell?" Appears
Season Five
#1 "Really Sad Devil Guy" Appears
#2 "Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer!" Appears
#3 "¡Diablo!" Appears
#4 "It Never Ends Well for the Chicken" Appears
#5 "Detective Amenadiel" Appears
#6 "BluBallz" Appears
#7 "Our Mojo" Appears
#8 "Spoiler Alert" Appears
#9 "Family Dinner" Appears
#10 "Bloody Celestial Karaoke Jam" Appears
#11 "Resting Devil Face" Appears
#12 "Daniel Espinoza: Naked and Afraid" Appears
#13 "A Little Harmless Stalking" Appears
#14 "Nothing Lasts Forever" Appears
#15 "Is This Really How It's Going To End?!" Appears
#16 "A Chance at a Happy Ending" Appears


  • "Lux" is Latin for "light", likely a reference to the name "Lucifer" which means "light-bringer".
  • It's unknown if Maze is still in charge of Lux's finances or if someone else does it now.
  • The entrance to Lux changes between seasons. In the first season, there was a simple ramp entrance with "Lux" next to the door. In the third season, it' a brightly lit, grandiose entryway with velvet ropes to hold back crowds.
  • In Our Mojo, Chloe states she's ordering herself and Lucifer breakfast; implying a few chefs work at Lux, given the number of employees.
  • Since being declared a historical landmark, it's unknown if the popularity of Lux has increased.
  • The bar itself seems to be in the basement of the building.