Popular venue in Los Angeles that
seated 1,200 people. Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle's Plantation
Cafe was next door. This was one of the few places that allowed
black entertainers to perform, though it enforced the whites-only
admission policy common at the time (similar to HARLEM'S Cotton
Club.). There was also a Sebastians in Venice which became
Casa Manaña and later Meadowbrook.
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