This Quirky Hollywood Bar Gives Off All The Tim Burton Vibes Your Heart Desires • Beetle House

Beetle house, beetle house, beetle house! 🖤

Though the restaurant isn’t affiliated with Tim Burton, you sure wouldn’t think so by taking a look at all of the paraphernalia. The bar’s interior is filled with odes to the director’s most popular characters like Willy Wonka, Beetlejuice, and Jack Skellington! Beetle House originally started off as a pop-up bar in Hollywood, but after receiving great success made its way to Los Angeles. Now, no matter what time of the year, Angelenos can treat any day like it’s Halloween.

There is more than meets the eye when it comes to the unusual casualties of Beetle House. Beyond the shrunken heads, vintage chandeliers, and civil-war antiques, patrons can pose among tombstones with special guests who will surely be the star of the show. In all honesty, it truly wouldn’t be an authentic L.A. experience if there weren’t actors roaming around your dinner table.

The food and drinks are just as entertaining; sip on black-and-white cocktails, a Willy Wonka-inspired drink called ‘The Golden Ticket’ or a spooky concoction topped with black ice cubes. If you’re looking for something peculiar to snack on, try their best selling two-pounder called the “Edward Burgerhands!”

Location: 6356 Hollywood Blvd 2nd floor, Los Angeles, CA 90028. See it on Google maps.
Hours:
Friday 5PM–12:30AM
Saturday 5PM–2AM
Sunday 5PM–12AM
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 5–11PM
Thursday 5–10PM
More Info: On their website!

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