Nightclub in West Hollywood, California

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Ciro's Neon Sign 1955.JPG
Ciro's neon sign, 1955
Location8433 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, California
United States
Coordinates34°05′42″N 118°22′26″W / 34.094990°N 118.373806°W / 34.094990; -118.373806Coordinates: 34°05′42″N 118°22′26″W / 34.094990°N 118.373806°W / 34.094990; -118.373806
Closed1957; transformed into rock and roll club in 1965 called Ciro's Le Disc; renamed The Kaleidoscope in 1967; became its Boss in 1968; became The Comedy Store in 1972

Ciro's (later known as Ciro's Le Disc) was a nightclub on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood, California owned by William Wilkerson.[1] Opened in 1940, Ciro's became a popular nightspot for celebrities. The nightclub closed in 1957 and was reopened as a rock club in 1965. After a few name changes, it eventually became The Comedy Store in 1972.

  1. ^ "Photographic image" (JPG). Retrieved 24 October 2018.

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