The ever-churning West Hollywood nightlife scene continues to toss under old ideas and bring new concepts to the surface. The latest turnover involves the former DBA space on Santa Monica Boulevard, which has been shuttered since last year. Soon enough, it’ll become Delilah, an evening-only restaurant spot meant for dining and dancing in equal measure.
As previously predicted, the h.wood group is behind the new project. Though ownership seems to be keeping with the one-word-name style from the old Voyeur days on the same site, the concept will be vastly different than any of the previous club iterations there. The h.wood group's John Terzian and Brian Toll will be running the show, along with partners JT Torregiani and Sylvian Bitton.
Delilah is meant to be a true supper club, which means full sit-down dinner service before an evening of bottle service and dancing. The menu will be a simple mix of easy fare for guests to munch on in groups, before settling into tall booths to watch the action for the evening.
The space has similarly changed course, turning into a roaring 20’s-style playground with lots of Art Deco gilded detailing, as designed by Terzian. Built, Inc. is behind the renovation, and is on track to open doors by the end of September. Hours for Delilah will run nightly from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. only.