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3809 West 25th Street


Sam and Judita Uhlin


Opened in April of 1948 after the Uhlins spent $125,000 on the establishment.
By 1951, newspaper items mentioning West Town, Chuck Spinner and Dom Georgian are noted as the impresarios who modernized the night club, which boasted a mirror paneled room capable of holding 300. Former Hollenden House chef, Ernie Gerisch, manned the kitchen.
The club had its legal woes when it was raided in March of 1958 by the police vice squad and state liquor agents over complaints of underaged drinking. Some of the young clientele were only 16 years of age and were carrying false identification.[1]


  1. Rock 'n' Roll Cafe's Legal Woes Deepen, Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 13, 1958, pg 3, col 1

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