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H.O.M.E. Beverly Hills Faces Uncertain Future Amid Liquor License Suspension

The jazz club is currently singing the blues.

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It looks like H.O.M.E. in Beverly Hills has run into a spot of trouble, as detailed by Toddrickallen. The acronymous House Of Music and Entertainment is meant to be an evening-only jazz club right on Camden Drive, but now seems to have lost its liquor license — which is likely to make it hard to turn a profit in that part of town.

As the photos show, a notice of suspension is now up in the windows, meaning there’s no booze being sold on site at the moment. In fact, the papering apparently dates to August 1, when a Yelper also photographed the signage and indicated that the place had been having some trouble staying open.

What the exact violation is remains unclear — it’s also not entirely known if the place is still, you know, up and running, since their last Facebook post is now about a month old. Feel like finding out yourself? They should hypothetically be reopening tomorrow night, serving up jazz (sans liquor) until midnight.

H.O.M.E. Beverly Hills

430 North Camden Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 310-271-4663