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Bootsy Bellows

West Hollywood
1 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Bootsy Bellows
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Get a taste of tinseltown at Bootsy Bellows in WeHo, an original nighclub by David Arquette and the H.Wood group (Santa Monica's Shore Bar). The ultimate LA hotspot boasts plush banquettes to lounge, while sipping specialty cocktails and taking in the a-list clientele. Hang out for live performances, burlesque shows, wild costume parties and dinner theatre spectacles. Snap a candid in the photo booth and capture one of the wildest parties the West has to offer.  


Venue name: Bootsy Bellows
Address: 9229 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles

Opening hours: Tue 10pm-2am, Fri-Sat 10pm-2am
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they forced us to pay 2500 usd minimum and champagne for all girls present! we left immediately with an a list actor of a blockbuster hollywood movie in company. bye bye ... 

I had heard good things about this club from the concierge at our hotel. Unfortunately it was rather déclassé and tragic. The staff was too uppity for gents wearing suits from Men's Wearhouse. The patrons looked like McDonald's employees on holiday and two of them had even spent a year's salary to rent flash cars. It was hard to discern if the girls were actually biologically female, one certainty is they were too wrinkled to pass for "ladies" in their 20s (or 30s). Our Cristal was warm and had sediment in the glasses. Alas, we went back to the BHH and had amazing Moscow Mules amongst true class rather than stay amongst the dregs. Back home we have a saying: Allein ist besser als mit Schlechten in Verein: mit Guten in Verein, ist besser als allein. Translation: It is better to be alone than to be in bad company.