BURNT OUT STARS is a club. It’s a club that stays open all night. Its hallways are the streets of Los Angeles. Its tables are in late night K-Town restaurants and studio apartments with too many people living in them. The bartenders don’t get enough sleep, or make enough money, but they are always there with the medicine you need (or want). There’s a cover charge. For some, it’s every dream and ounce of self confidence they have. For others, it’s a year on the couch in their cousin’s basement. Beautiful people have a better chance of getting in, and like any club, some people just know the bouncer. Drinks cost as much as you have in your pockets, or at least as much as you’re willing to spend on a potentially good time.