Made in LA Nightlife

Bootsy Bellows Got A Makeover And It’s Giving Hollywood Major Vintage California Vibes

By Malia Wooten

The longtime Hollywood hotspot recently made a comeback, sporting an all-new look.

Bootsy Bellows quietly removed itself from the nightlife scene to undergo a much-needed renovation (because let’s be honest – do you even live in LA if you haven’t evolved your look since 2012?)

Coated in millennial pink drip and showcasing the pieces of vintage furniture that we’ve all pinned to our Palm Springs-vibes Pinterest boards, you wouldn’t recognize the club if it weren’t for the massive neon signage. Lush green plants and sparkling crystal-coated chandeliers cover the walls, transforming the formally ran-down space into a chic lounge that feels like you should take your shoes off at the door.

The always-busy H.Wood Group co-owners John Terzian and Brian Troll, as well as partner David Arquette, are definitely aware of the Hollywood shimmer that is needed to draw crowds… and keep them coming. The brand remains on the path to further into hotels and restaurants, aside from their usual nightlife projects like Poppy and the Peppermint Club.

Bootsy Bellows is sticking with their original hours, opening its doors to the public on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays only.

Location: 9229 Sunset BlvdWest Hollywood, CA 90069. See it on Google maps.

Also published on Medium.