TOMMY LEE, DAVE NAVARRO Launch ROKBAR In Hollywood: Photos Available

Tommy Lee (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Dave Navarro (JANE'S ADDICTION, RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS) and international spinning sensation DJ Paul Oakenfold had the grand opening for their Los Angeles bar/dining lounge, Rokbar Hollywood, on Thursday (June 30). Check out pictures from Wire Image (Party, Arrivals) and Film Magic (Red Carpet, Inside, Arrivals).

According to Citysearch, the formerly gritty Bar Deluxe space (1710 Las Palmas Blvd.) has gotten a renovation in hopes of becoming the latest hot nightclub destination in a neighborhood packed with trendy bars. A multileveled spot with a Meridian Group pedigree, clientele will include many of the same A-listers who made appearances on Tuesdays here at the short-lived Deluxe, aspiring starlets and — of course — paparazzi galore.

Lee is part owner of the Rokbar in Miami Beach, Florida, which had its grand opening party (photos) in May 2004.


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