Club Tatou located at 333 S. Boylston St., unfolds inside singer Prince’s old Glam Slam club, a popular destination for clubbers and celebrities until its demise several years ago. Since then, the sprawling space has hosted a short-lived club, a few one-off events and film crews. In recent years the area has seen a surge in development that includes hundreds of apartments, retail and a movie studio.
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Dotted with four 15-foot palm trees and draped with nearly $70,000 in fabric, Tatou will feature a 40-foot stage, two dance floors, multiple levels and bars, an Asian cantina, a smoking patio and 30 plasma screens for entertainment and sports events. Iriarte said a second phase would include a sleek rooftop restaurant and lounge with skyline views.
Before he was a nightclub impresario, Mark Fleischman was a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy. During that time, he learned to heed the bugle call that signaled the end of the workday and, more importantly, meant the soldiers could go off to the bars. It was officially the “Tattoo” bugle call.
Now, Fleischman and his high-profile team of partners hope Angelenos will heed the call for a reinvented Tatou Restaurant and Supper Club. The $1.5 million venue opens on the western edge of Downtown Los Angeles.
Tatou Supper Club, featuring:
Private VIP Rooms & 5 VIP Areas
Equisite VIP Service
Multiple Bars & Dance Floors
30 Plasma TVs
VIP Tables Equipped with PS3 Playstation Systems
Outdoor Patio Over Looking the Beautiful Downtown L.A. Skyline
State of the Art Light & Sound System
Only the Hottest DJs and Most Captivating Dancers
Professional Recording Studio
Free Parking with Paid Admission
VIP Table Reservations Recommended
Dress Code Strictly Enforced
LA Chic-Stylish Trendy Fashionable Attire