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Jeremy Fall's Genesis Grows Into Permanent Hollywood Blvd Space

The decided approachable nightclub concept is finding better digs closer to the action.

Genesis Pop-Up Above Sassafras
Genesis Pop-Up Above Sassafras
Elizabeth Daniels
Matthew Kang is the Lead Editor of Eater LA. He has covered dining, restaurants, food culture, and nightlife in Los Angeles since 2008. He's the host of K-Town, a YouTube series covering Korean food in America, and has been featured in Netflix's Street Food show.

Jeremy Fall's original nightlife project, Genesis, has ended its run in the space above Sassafras on Vine with plans to re-open in an even better location on Hollywood Blvd. Though the exact place hasn't been announced, this time around it'll stay for good. As for design, it'll be a slight adjustment from the sort of vintage attic look of the previous rendition. Instead, full-on vintage pieces and antiques that'll include everything from chandeliers, mirrors, portraits, and candles.

The interior will also sport plenty of original exposed brick, adding to the old-school charm. And the tunes will definitely be more of the top 40, hip hop, and throwback music that Genesis has become known for, instead of the EDM-riddled clubs elsewhere on the boulevard. Expect Genesis to re-open with a few weeks time, just in time for the warmer weather in LA.

Since opening Genesis, Fall has also opened Golden Box in the former Writer's Room space, plus taken over (and slightly revamped) King Eddy Saloon in Downtown.