Lindsay Lohan Is Opening Up A Nightclub In Greece

October 14, 2016 / Posted by:

Lindsay Lohan’s business portfolio is a very full one. She’s tried, and failed, to sell leggings and canned spray tan and phone apps. But none of those truly spoke directly to LiLo’s personal interests like this one does. Yesterday, Lindsay Lohan announced on Instagram that she was opening a nightclub called LOHAN Nightclub. I would have thought that Lindsay would have chosen a catchier name that played off her career as an actress, but I guess there was already a nightclub called Fully Loaded. LOHAN opens tomorrow night in Athens, Greece.


TMZ has a little more information on LOHAN Nightclub. Lindsay is a part-owner with her friend, Greek restaurateur Dennis Papageorgiou. Dennis is technically the owner-owner, but Lindsay gets a sizeable percentage of the profits. A spokesperson for LOHAN tells TMZ that Dennis came up with the idea to open a nightclub back in July around the same time shit went south with Lindsay and her ex-fiancé Egor Tarabasov. Lindsay will make about 2 or 3 appearances at her club each month.

The interior of LOHAN is described as “abandoned factory“, which also kind of sounds like a creative way to describe Lindsay’s present-day IMDB page. There’s also a VIP area and a completely secluded VVIP area. Hmmm, I wonder what happens back there? That’s probably just where Lindsay hosts an ultra-exclusive bi-monthly salon to discuss poetry and politics. Or maybe the completely secluded VVIP area is so secluded because it doubles as a super-secure coat check room that only Lindsay will have access to. “Don’t worry, your coats and everything inside the pockets are totally safe with me. Wink!

Pics: Instagram

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