During the 1920s, some of the Hollywood elite would find escape from prohibition along the coast of California at an elite speakeasy known as Frank’s Place which was located along Moss Beach on Half Moon Bay near San Francisco. The club was owned by Frank Torez and although prohibition was in effect, his club would readily serve alcohol. For some reason Frank’s Place was never raided by police and some of California’s upper class including stars of Hollywood were often seen there. It seems that one of these regulars however, still call it home.
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