The Cave Supper Club, 1938

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The Cave Supper Club
The Cave Supper Club was a Western Canadian chain of clubs in Winnipeg, Vancouver, and Edmonton. A decades-long fixture of the Vancouver nightclub scene, the club was famous for its papier-mâché stalactites and live music. From 1938 to its closure in 1981, it played host to such diverse performers as Duke Ellington, Johnny Cash and Bachman-Turner Overdrive.

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