Actor David Arquette and business moguls John Terzian and Brian Toll bring Bootsy Bellows; The 60's art deco inspired nightclub combined with a variety of live entertainment including costumed burlesque dancers, DJ's, live musical acts, puppets, and impromptu concerts. Recently opened and located on the infamous Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, the venue has already become a favorite hot spot to Hollywood's elite. Bootsy Bellows, named after Arquette's mother, a burlesque dancer and pinup model in her time brings the quintets' vision of a modern day "Rat Pack" and Berlin's Weimar culture.
Dapper bartenders serve craft cocktails created by Joel Black of Black LAB Ventures, who honed his craft at Comme Ca, The Doheny, and Cana Rum Bar in Bootsy's private room (Ivory Bar). The cocktail program will launch in the showroom next month.
Bootsy Bellows Principals include; David Arquette, and entrepreneurs John Terzian (Shorebar, Las Palmas, Hwood, The Tea Room) and Brian Toll (The Beverly, SHOREbar).
9229 West Sunset Blvd. , Los Angeles, 90069
Celebrity-owned by David Arquette and celebrity packed, this expensively elitist L.A. nightclub plays host to all the big names, from Daniel Radcliffe to Selena Gomez, and Katy Perry to Leonardo DiCaprio. Usher even celebrated a birthday here (Do you think he keeps dancing when his own song comes on? Just saying.). Incidentally, Arquette actually modelled the club after his own mother’s promiscuous burlesque career…hmm. $2,000 plus table reservations and $450+ bottle service will secure you a spot amid skimpy dancers and fashionable A-listers. This nightclub is not for the prude at heart (perhaps even more so than the others anyway).