SYNDICATE HOSPITALITY GROUP INTRODUCES“MYHOUSE” HOLLYWOOD’S MOST ANTICIPATED HOUSEWARMING David Judaken’s New Boite Brings a House Party to Life in Signature Hollywood Style In a city like Hollywood, there is truly no place like home. Nightlife visionary David Judaken will roll out Los Angeles’ most anticipated welcome mat this winter with the debut of My House. A world-class nightclub set against the stunning backdrop of a contemporary, luxury home, the city’s newest boite will reinterpret the classic house party in true Hollywood style. “Discerning Angelenos are seeking a new paradigm to replace the current dichotomy of tiny lounges and large, anonymous clubs that proliferate Hollywood,” said owner David Judaken. My House will offer this by combining the exclusive ambiance of a house party in the hills with the energetic possibilities of a nightclub. “We’ve built a breathtaking Hollywood home beyond your wildest dreams,” Judaken said. “A place where you can play for the night, and simply leave your key by the door in the morning – where every evening is an entertainer’s ultimate dream.” Judaken and designer Dodd Mitchell’s collaboration seeks to revolutionize Hollywood nightlife by attempting a delicate balance of energies. As cavernous bottle service clubs have proliferated, the top end of the market has taken refuge in tiny lounges that lack the possibilities and voyeuristic energy of a club. My House seeks to offer the intimacy and comforts of a lounge without denying patrons the hedonistic pleasures of a club. “I have always enjoyed the comfort of a house party that just doesn’t exist in your typical nightclub, so with My House I set out to create an environment I would personally relish, and bring that vision to the nightlife space,” said Mitchell. Step off Hollywood Blvd. into a modern-day dream house designed with the most discerning palette in mind. Always the heart of any house party, a state-of-the-art, contemporary kitchen doubles as the club’s main bar, featuring fully-functional appliances, a wood-covered, triangular ceiling, and the wafting scent of oven-baked cookies for late-night revelers. Your eye will follow the open floor plan from the kitchen through to the formal dining room, as you are led through a seamless transition from indoors to outdoors where the central dining room table pierces through a wall of glass, ending in a fire pit burning on the exterior patio. Once outside, slip into a bathrobe after a dip in the outdoor Jacuzzi under the California stars. Back inside, a sunken living room welcomes you with spacious, lounge-like seating, flat-paneled televisions, chandeliers, and a captivating pin impression art installation featuring 15,000 delicate pins. The living room’s well-appointed mix of custom-made furniture will be relocated later in the evening, unveiling the club’s main dance floor, where DJs will cue up the city’s hottest soundtracks, night after night. And finally, retreat to the second-floor master bedroom, where a spectacular, leather-crafted bed awaits you, and all the necessities you may need are discreetly hidden away in the nightstand drawers. With an unparalleled eye for detail and the finest contemporary aesthetics, My House is Mitchell’s first new project in Los Angeles in more than two years. A “homecoming” for the designer who has created the iconic looks behind the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Thompson Hotel Beverly Hills, Katana, and many more, My House gives Mitchell a chance to share a more personal vision of luxury and comfort with the world. The space’s nod to 1960s architecture is brought to life through notable design features including crocodile bars, a nickel-scaled ceiling, an eclectic assortment of custom-made furniture throughout, fire-breathing sculptures, and stunning chandeliers. When the DJ wants to take over the party, he will do so on a custom steel table, resembling the chopped branches of a tree, that doubles as My House’s signature house party version of a “DJ booth”. Keeping with the comforting vibe of a personal, yet extravagant home, My House waitresses will dress in casually styled mens’ button-down shirts, as if they just rolled out of bed. Bartenders will be seemingly unwinding from a long day of work as they pour a cocktail or two – their ties may be undone or tossed aside altogether, their button-down shirts, pin-stripe pants and suspenders remnants of their day at the office. Beyond its stunning design, My House will cater to guests with outstanding attention to service. Located at the “Gateway to Hollywood”, at Hollywood Blvd and La Brea Ave., My House is easily accessible, beating the crushing flow of traffic at the strip’s center, with more dedicated parking spots than any other nightlife destination in the area. The property features an over-sized, grassy “front yard” that lets guests mingle in privacy and comfort as they wait for admission. Once inside, they will be served from one of five fully stocked bars, with one dedicated exclusively to staff, ensuring fast and attentive service for all. Premium bottle service will be offered in opulent silver trophy goblets, with an extensive offering of the finest brands, including unique fruit blends and mixers served in crystal decanters. Judaken’s commitment to premium service and attention to detail has been finely crafted over many years in the hospitality and nightclub arena. After promoting some of Hollywood’s most famous destinations, Judaken launched Garden of Eden in 1997, which quickly became one of the city’s most iconic nightspots, catering to influencers from around the world for more than a decade. A succession of Judaken-owned hits followed, including Mood, Opera and Crimson. With the transformation of Garden of Eden into My House, Judaken comes full circle and launches a new chapter in his epic Hollywood tale, bringing a new element of intimacy, sophistication and cool to the world’s most famous walk of fame.