Name Dropping: Tales from My San Francisco Nightclub

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Wild Coconuts Publishing Company, Feb 1, 1997 - Humor - 212 pages
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Tales from The Matador, a cabaret in the Barbary Coast section of San Francisco, where you went to be seen and to see the stars. Now gentrified, The Matador stood as one of the ‘hip’ places to be in ... Read full review

Name dropping: tales from my Barbary Coast saloon

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Diplomat, bullfighter, writer, artist, saloon keeper, Conrad has led a colorful life. This aptly titled memoir contains anecdotes about well-known friends and acquaintances, including Bing Crosby ... Read full review


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BARNABY CONRAD III is the author of the popular books "The Martini, Cigar," and "Absinthe," His articles have appeared in more than thirty publications, including "Smithsonian, The San Francisco Chronicle, Art in America," and "Travel & Leisure," He lives in San Francisco, California.

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