Old Ads For Nash’s Clubs


Not much today, just some old ads from the L.A. Times back in the 1970s. Another old Kit Kat Club ad said dancers could make $4-500 a week. That’s good work if you can get it. Ali Baba’s was a dump in North Hollywood while Soul’d Out was actually a nice place. It later became Club Lingerie (which was a music club, not a strip joint).

Hal Glickman ran the King’s Arms in Burbank. The Arms was an upscale Sizzler with a buffet and a guy in a big hat carving the meat for you.

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