about bootsy bellows
Born in Winchester, Virginia to the illustrious Arquette family, David is an actor, director, producer, writer, designer, one-time WCW world heavyweight champion and partner at Bootsy Bellows. After having appeared in a number of guest spot on television shows, Arquette achieved mainstream success in the franchise film, Scream. Since, Arquette has appeared in videogames, made his directorial debut in The Tripper, which was later adapted into a comic book, started a clothing venture and made music. He also hosted Beacher's Madhouse at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, a vaudeville-inspired lounge and theater that has revolutionized nightlife in the city.
Today, he serves as chair of the entertainment council for the relief organization, Feeding America. You can find him emceeing at Bootsy Bellows every now and again, a unique club/dining experience that shares his mom's performing name.
A native Angeleno Brian Toll is a well-respected entrepreneur who has a passion for entertainment and hospitality. While attending the University of Southern California, he got his foot in the nightlife industry by working at some of the most ardent clubs and lounges in Los Angeles. After graduating from the Marshall School of Business in 2002, the entrepreneur founded BToll Entertainment, a full-service hospitality firm that promoted clubs, lounges, and events.
Toll then formed The h.wood Group in 2007 alongside USC classmate John Terzian, which debuted its first venue in 2008 paying ode to the group's name. Toll and his colleagues next opened the ultra hip Tea Room from a storage room turned tea laboratory adjacent to the property, which immediately became a nightlife sensation. In May 2010, they revamped Hollywood hotspot LAX into Las Palmas, which still reigns as one of the hottest nightclubs in Hollywood today.
As a principal of The h.wood Group, Toll oversaw all business development and finances. Redefining nightlife with a brand proven to be influential and successful, led the group to create a line of consumer luxury lifestyle products, h.wood.beauty, h.wood.tea, h.wood.t.eats, and a late night taco stand called the Las Palmas Taco Shop.
Continuing to further cement the presence of the h.wood.group's brand, the entrepreneur and his business partner John Terzian made a splash with their first Westside endeavor SHOREbar. Shortly after Toll and Terzian collectively opened Bootsy Bellows alongside actor David Arquette, Darren Dzienciol (The Beverly & Trousdale).
John Terzian, a Southern California native and graduate of prominent universities USC and Pepperdine Law School, brings a wealth of experience to the h.wood.group. Having grown up in West Los Angeles, Terzian has a plethora of close-knit industry relationships that have stemmed from his professional background and entrepreneurial business affairs. Playing an active role in philanthropy, he serves as a member on the board of Give Love with Patricia Arquette and Rosetta Getty. This organization helps develop temporary housing solutions and improves sanitation systems in Haiti.
Terzian began his professional career as a partner at AMLV Management. There, he managed nightlife luminaries and was predominately responsible for launching the career of DJ AM among others.
Under Loyal Pennings, he became chief operating officer at the sophisticated, stylish and energetic LAX nightclub in Hollywood. Here, Terzian redefined nightlife with his signature style of branding, making it one of LA's most exclusive hot spots. He then proceeded to structure a deal to license the LAX brand to The Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, where it still reigns as one of the most happening nightclubs on the strip.
Terzian has elevated the h.wood.group's portfolio into a class of it's own, redefining nightlife with a strong sense of elegance, chic décor and savvy style. The brand has proven to be extremely influential and successful which inspired the creation of consumer luxury lifestyle products, h.wood.beauty and h.wood tea.
Not only has Terzian overseen legal consultancy, marketing and business relations for venues such as: speakeasy lounge and eatery h.wood, the ultra-hip tea room and sizzling nightspot Las Palmas, but he also handles brand development for the h.wood.group.
Continuing to further cement the presence of the h.wood.group's brand, the entrepreneur and his business partner Brian Toll made a splash with their first Westside endeavor SHOREbar. Shortly after Toll and Terzian collectively opened Bootsy Bellows alongside actor David Arquette, Darren Dzienciol (The Beverly & Trousdale).
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Darren Dzienciol has long been a fixture in the LA nightlife scene. At age 14, after designing shoes for rap music videos and select boutiques, Dzienciol was offered a position with Tommy Hilfiger to design shoes but declined this opportunity in order to finish his education at Beverly Hills High.
By 18, after working in production for top denim manufactures, Dzienciol finally created his own fashion line, which provided him the opportunity to spend time in Paris and Milan during Fashion Week. Dzienciol quickly learned the ins-and-outs of the European nightlife world, which eventually led him back to Los Angeles to partner up with Guy Starkman to reopen the legendary Guy's nightclub in 2008.
Dzienciol continues to remain at the forefront of the nightlife scene as one of the youngest nightlife impresarios owning & conceptualizing multiple venues, such as Trousdale, The Beverly and restaurant, Sherbourne, to name a few.
Fashionista and Creator Debonair - Molinari has always been drawn to artistic expression of all kinds: getting his start in theater, he went on to study film at the LA Film School where he acted, directed and edited many creative projects. He began his fashioned path in Los Angeles working as a personal stylist, dressing Young Hollywood, and currently Molinari divides his time between Los Angeles and Paris. His designs have caught the eye of such fashion icons as John Galliano, Lady Amanda Harlech, Karl Lagerfeld, Daphne Guiness, Katy Perry, Rihanna, Rooney Mara and many more.
Molinari’s expertise helped to create and launch such projects as the Shore Bar in Santa Monica, Bootsy Bellows Supper Club on Sunset Strip and the internationally recognized H. Wood Beauty Line of all-natural cosmetics and body products.