Arguably, Rage is the throbbing heart of West Hollywood's bustling gay-nightlife scene, a circuslike fun house that's not for the timid or refined. The two-story restaurant and dance club offers greasy-good grub and big, sweet cocktail concoctions, served up by beefy waiters and all backdropped by loud, pulsating beats and lights. Multiple dance floors pump out everything from pop-tart hits to diva house grooves and more, and it all gets the boy-toy and "circuit" stud scenesters in grind mode. Currently, music-themed dance nights include: "Urban" dance sounds on Monday (Network), Latin sounds on Wednesday (Fuego), electro and pop and everything in between Friday (Gamboi) and Saturday (Kinky Saturdays) and Sunday (Stereo). Rage's most flam-BOY-ant night is hands-down Tuesday, when the wigged wonder of the Dream Girls Revue offers the art of female impersonation at its fiercest.