"Yes Man," There Is a Bigfoot Lodge

Local Bobby Green Bar Featured in Upcoming Jim Carrey Film, "Yes Man"

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - November 25, 2008) - Luthier PR -- "Yes Man," Jim Carrey's latest film, hits theaters on December 19, but the cast and crew hit the Bigfoot Lodge in Los Feliz, CA, months ago, selecting it as the watering hole of choice for Carrey's character, Carl Allen.

"We are thrilled to have Bigfoot Lodge featured in 'Yes Man,'" commented Cara Brechler, Operations Manager for The 1933 Group which owns Bigfoot and several other bars in Los Angeles. "With the 10th anniversary of Bigfoot coming up and the opening of our newest bar, Stinkers, our involvement in this Warner Bros. Film is exciting and timely."

According to co-owner Dimitri Komarov, the 1933 Group is "three guys who have been friends and business partners for more than 10 years." Taking their name from the year Prohibition was repealed, the group prides itself on bringing the neighborhood bar back to LA at the hands of design genius Bobby Green.

Green draws his inspiration from his own life experience by stating, "With each bar I design, I hope to bring a little of 'what isn't in LA' to LA." I want to honor America and American culture by bringing places that celebrate who and what we are as Americans to the forefront." With iconic nightlife locations like Saints and Sinners, Little Cave, The Bigfoot Lodge, The Lucky Tiki, and his latest success, Stinkers in Silver Lake to his credit, Green has delivered on this vision. Each bar boasts custom-made décor and a menu of specialty drinks tailored to each bar. Stinkers features an authentic tractor-trailer air-horn and The Bigfoot Lodge boasts luscious libations including the Toasted Marshmallow, Smokey's Moonshine, and the Sasquatch.

When asked about what the future holds for The 1933 Group, Komarov and Green look at each other and smile. "We're just a bunch of guys who like to have a couple of beers at our neighborhood bar," Komarov starts.

"Yeah, we really just want to keep bringing the warmth of that feeling to our community here in Los Angeles with fun, unique spots," finishes Green.

About The 1933 Group: The 1933 Group, headed by Bobby Green, Dimitri Komarov, and Dima Liberman, owns and operates The Bigfoot Lodge, Saints and Sinners, Little Cave, and Stinkers Truck Stop in Los Angeles, and The Bigfoot Lodge in San Francisco.

Contact Information: Stacy Hess Luthier Public Relations