Venue Info

Opened originally in 1946, Club Tee Gee -- also known to some as Tee Yee -- is a dark dive in Atwater Village where cocktails are cheap and Betty Boop and Frank Sinatra make numerous appearances throughout the windowless space. The interior is reminiscent of a classic, 1970s-style dive, with a sparkled ceiling, juke box, and dim lamps for lighting. The bottom line of the plaque mounted on the bar’s exterior reads, “The “Cheers” of Atwater Village,” a clear indication of Tee Gee’s style and charm.

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Club Tee Gee

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Opened originally in 1946, Club Tee Gee -- also known to some as Tee Yee -- is a dark dive in Atwater Village where cocktails are cheap and Betty Boop and Frank Sinatra make numerous appearances throughout the windowless space. The interior is reminiscent of a classic, 1970s-style dive, with a sparkled ceiling, juke box, and dim lamps for lighting. The bottom line of the plaque mounted on the bar’s exterior reads, “The “Cheers” of Atwater Village,” a clear indication of Tee Gee’s style and charm.