Teddy's

Bar / Lounge
Teddy's Located in the historic Roosevelt Hotel, Teddy’s may not be the white-hot celeb hangout it once was, but it still draws occasional A-listers, long lines, and the tricky door to go with them. Los Angeles United States 34.100802 -118.342077
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Party Earth Review Located in the historic Roosevelt Hotel, Teddy’s may not be the white-hot celeb hangout it once was, but it still draws occasional A-listers, long lines, and the tricky door to go with them. Stylish guests who... ... read full review

  • Metro:

    Red Line: Hollywood/Highland

  • Phone:

    323-466-7000

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    F/Sa/M 10pm–2am, every other Th 10pm–2am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Teddy's Review

The Scene

Located in the historic Roosevelt Hotel, Teddy’s may not be the white-hot celeb hangout it once was, but it still draws occasional A-listers, long lines, and the tricky door to go with them.

Located in the historic Roosevelt Hotel, Teddy’s may not be the white-hot celeb hangout it once was, but it still draws occasional A-listers, long lines, and the tricky door to go with them. Stylish guests who make it past the velvet ropes will find a dark and seductive lounge featuring original stone columns, vaulted brick ceilings, and an attractive clientele leaning against the deep purple faux-crocodile bar beneath an extravagant chandelier. Actors, musicians, and their entourages intent on indulging in bottle service can slip into plush leather booths equipped with curtains in case the night takes a more intimate turn, while those looking for even more privacy can huddle at out-of-the-way tables, perfect for the occasional celeb stopping in for a secret rendezvous. Despite the exclusive trappings, however, the venue offers a fun-loving scene where the rich, young, and trendy can get down to some good old-fashioned debauchery, helped along by a DJ spinning hip-hop and dance beats that get the rowdy crowd of beautiful people grooving on the dance floor. The cocktails may be pricey and the clientele a bit untouchable, but Teddy’s is still a chic choice for patrons willing to splurge on the chance to party with the young Hollywood beau monde.

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Tip from Jonah:

The valet fee can be steep, but for only $2 with validation you can park at Hollywood and Highland. Just buy some water and they’ll stamp your ticket.

  • Crowd

    Young Hollywood A-listers, hipsters, musicians, actors, creative types, young professionals, and internationals, early 20s to late 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Nightly DJs spinning dance and hip-hop.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Bottle service. Valet parking.

  • Prices

    Beer $7+, wine 10+, cocktails $14+, bottle service $200+. Valet $8/first hour and $3/subsequent half hours.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Clubby to hipster: sparkly shirts and skirts, designer heels, little black dresses, vintage duds, faux fur, button-downs, designer jeans, fedoras.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Mondays for a consistently good scene and vibe, or on the heavily promoted Teddy’s Fridays to hobnob with the in-crowd.

  • Close By

    Tropicana Bar downstairs offers the same over-priced cocktails but in an outdoor swimming pool setting.

Teddy's User Reviews

Average rating:
Hotel hideout, Teddy's re-born with slightly new look, same ambiance.
Jack H. Aug 21, 2013
Let me just preface this review by saying, no one at Teddy's wants you there. Not to imply that you won't get in, haven't already been, or even frequent this speakeasy-esque play pen for the rich, famous, and unquestionably cool; but chances are, if you're reading this review, the staff at Teddy's really and truly, deep down (and on the surface) does not care if you make it in the door or not. They certainly want you to try. A place like Teddy's thrives on maintaining a healthy throng of sharply dressed wanna-be guests wading patiently outside the velvet ropes. If the crowd is large enough to spill out onto Hollywood blvd and stop traffic, the door staff has done it's job and the night was a success. Tucked within the hallowed walls of the Roosevelt Hotel, this newly renovated Hollywood hot spot has been catering to actors, artists, musicians and Tinseltown hipsters for over a decade. Beyond the ornate double doors, the 200 or so lucky enough to get the nod from the keeper of the rope are crowding around tables stocked with bottles of booze, ice and cups, dancing booty to booty with celebrities and models on the tiny dance floor, and then taking a breather in the gorgeous hotel lobby. You will not be one of those people. If you are, be prepared to shell out $15-$20 for a skillfully crafted cocktail from the center bar, or $500-$2000 for table service at one of the dimly lit, plush booths that line the walls. The price and bottle minimum will depend on the night and number in your party. Oh yeah, forgot to mention you will not be able to reserve one of these booths. But if you do, you're in for one hell of a time.
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