Sugar Shack Los Angeles | Dad Hat
Be noticed at the baseball game, and get a nod. | Dad hats aren't just for dads. This one's got a low profile with an adjustable strap and curved visor.
- 100% chino cotton twill
- Unstructured, 6-panel, low-profile
- 3 ⅛” crown
- Adjustable strap with antique buckle
- Head circumference: 20 ½” - 21 ⅝”
Sugar Shack (1978) 12458 Magnolia Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
L.A.'s Most Popular Teenage Night Club. "Located in the depths of L.A.'s San Fernando Valley on Magnolia and Whitsett, The Sugar Shack was a juice bar where you had to show I.D. to prove that you were under twenty-one …unless of course, you were Kim Fowley or Rodney Bingenheimer or a visiting rock star. The place was tiny and wood-paneled, with a long bar down the right side as you walked in. There was an upstairs lounge area that had a working fireplace, clanging pinball machines, and couches were everyone eventually wound up writhing around with someone they'd just met.
The main attraction was the dance floor, which took up at least a third of the club. Racks of colorful lights whirled around overhead, along with a Disco ball, a siren that sounded frequently, and strobe lights. "Pleasant Gehman