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December 11, 2013 | By Jessica Gelt
The h.wood group is growing up. Known for its decadent nightclubs, Hooray Henry's and Bootsy Bellows, as well as its high-end craft cocktail den SHOREbar in Santa Monica, h.wood now has its eye on expansion. John Terzian, who founded the h.wood group with business partner Brian Toll, told The Times this week that the group is opening a second Bootsy Bellows in Aspen, Colo. The group has also purchased the former Mezze space in West Hollywood and will reopen it in the spring of 2014 as a low-key, Italian-influenced restaurant and mixology bar called the Nice Guy. Bootsy Bellows Aspen is set to open on Dec. 20, and Terzian and David Arquette (who is also a partner in Bootsy Bellows)
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December 11, 2013 | By Jessica Gelt
The h.wood group is growing up. Known for its decadent nightclubs, Hooray Henry's and Bootsy Bellows, as well as its high-end craft cocktail den SHOREbar in Santa Monica, h.wood now has its eye on expansion. John Terzian, who founded the h.wood group with business partner Brian Toll, told The Times this week that the group is opening a second Bootsy Bellows in Aspen, Colo. The group has also purchased the former Mezze space in West Hollywood and will reopen it in the spring of 2014 as a low-key, Italian-influenced restaurant and mixology bar called the Nice Guy. Bootsy Bellows Aspen is set to open on Dec. 20, and Terzian and David Arquette (who is also a partner in Bootsy Bellows)
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 5, 2012
Happy hour used to mean sneaking out of work at 5 p.m., rushing to the neighborhood bar and slurping down a few cheap beer-and-shot combos before eating something greasy and caloric and passing out in front of the TV early because you got your swerve on prematurely. Thanks to the recession, those sorry days are fading fast as quality restaurants and bars begin instituting happy hours that last most of the night, or begin toward the end of an evening. Here are our favorites for the beginning of fall.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 5, 2012
Happy hour used to mean sneaking out of work at 5 p.m., rushing to the neighborhood bar and slurping down a few cheap beer-and-shot combos before eating something greasy and caloric and passing out in front of the TV early because you got your swerve on prematurely. Thanks to the recession, those sorry days are fading fast as quality restaurants and bars begin instituting happy hours that last most of the night, or begin toward the end of an evening. Here are our favorites for the beginning of fall.
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June 17, 2013 | By Jessica Gelt
Watch out, a British invasion is coming to L.A. nightlife. It's taking the form of a new club called Hooray Henry's, which is a British term referring to a poncy, upper-class twit. (For reference, YouTube Monty Python's "Twit Olympics. " ) However, the name is the only tongue-in-cheek thing about the new club, which strives for a classic, polished feel inspired by stately London hotels and townhouses. Hooray Henry's aims to be open by the end of July. It was created by nightlife connoisseurs the h.wood group -- the same team behind SHOREbar in Santa Monica and the decadent Bootsy Bellows nightclub in West Hollywood.
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