The former rendition — an old Hollywood, dimly-lit burlesque nightclub — has been replaced by a summertime escape mirroring Frank Sinatra’s 1940s Palm Springs home. The star-loved venue on the Sunset Strip has thrown out the black interiors and velvet seating for peach walls, pastel couches and plenty of greenery — but not to worry, the iconic puppet shows will remain.

Co-owned by H.Wood Group's John Terzian and Brian Toll, and star David Arquette, Bootsy Bellows has been an L.A. nightlife staple since it entered the scene in 2012, and has been under renovations since August 2018 with John Sofio of Built, Inc. to design and bring the revamped space to life, this time with a more homey aesthetic. 

Bootsy Bellows is located at 9229 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069

Operating Hours: 10:30 pm - 2:00 am every Tuesday

All Patrons subject to the doorman’s discretion.

Early Arrival is Highly Suggested.