The 26-year-old Twilight star pulled on her skinny jeans and high heels to party the night away at Hooray Henry's, a decadent watering hole located in the trendy West Hollywood district, but with a quintessentially British-inspired decor.
Ashley and her long legs certainly brought some cheer to proceedings as she arrived to the venue with a male companion, before rubbing shoulders with the other VIP guest.
Legging it: Ashley Greene arrived at the opening party for Hooray Henry's on Wednesday night, a new London-themed bar in West Hollywood
Best foot forward: The Twilight actress wore a pair of vertigenous heels, which showed off her foot tattoo reading 'Life's a dance'
Tat's life: Ashley's foot tattoo, reading 'Life's a dance' was on display in her black heels
Her black heels also exposed her foot tattoo which, fittingly for the night of live music, read 'Life's a dance'.
Other attendees included Revenge co-stars Christa B. Allen and Ashley Madekwe, who also looked lovely in their glad rags.
Christa, 21, opted for an ethereal, sleeveless white dress while Ashley, 31, showed off her legs in a pair of Daisy Dukes and a nautical striped top.
But it wasn't just a ladies' night - the fellows were also out in force to attend the unveiling of Hooray Henry's, which is owned by nightlife group h.wood group, the same team behind SHOREbar in Santa Monica and the celeb-favourite Bootsy Bellows nightclub in West Hollywood.
Double the fun: Revenge co-stars Christa B. Allen, left, and Ashley Madekwe were also among the glamorous celebs at the opening night of the opulent bar
Lovely ladies: Ashley paraded her long legs in a pair of Daisy Dukes while Christa slipped into a sleeveless white dress
Among the male contingent was David Arquette, who is a business partner of the venue's sister club, Bootsy Bellows.
Adam Lambert, 31, came along too and posed inside with NBA star Jason Collins, 34, the first male professional major sport star to come out publicly as gay.
Former Dawson's Creek star James Van Der Beek and actor Balthazar Getty also enjoyed the bar and free-flowing cocktails, which included creations such as the Toff's A**e and The Oxford Lad.
Smiles for the cameras: David Arquette and a female companion strike a pose behind the velvet red ropes
Here come the boys: Former Dawson's Creek star James Van Der Beek and, right, Balthazar Getty pose for a snap inside by the bar
John Terzain of h.wood.group is the main man behind Hooray Henry's, and says his new spot is inspired by the British aristocracy, with a kind of country estate vibe.
The decor includes brass detailing, equestrian lamps, and British-chic décor such as a trophy cabinet and a policeman's hat.
Let's party! Adam Lambert joined John Terzain of h.wood.group, the curator and owner of Hooray Henry’s
Long and the short of it: Lambert with NBA star Jason Collins, the first male professional major sport star to come out publicly as gay
London cheer in Hollywood: An inside view of Hooray Henry's, the decor of which is inspired by that of an English countryside estate with brass detailing and equestrian lamps