The club is located at the corner of Broadway and Columbus. The large lit sign in front of the club featured a picture of Carol Doda. The sign had red lights on the image of her breasts. She was the first topless entertainer there and the most famous. Her première topless dance occurred on the evening of June 19, 1964.
The club went bottomless (i.e. the dancers began performing fully nude) on September 3, 1969. In 1972, bottomless nude dancing became illegal in establishments that served alcohol in California, but Carol Doda continued dancing there topless until 1986.
The club closed for a while in 2000 but reopened as a sports bar/bistro. From 2005 to 2007 it was called Andrew Jaeger's House of Seafood & Jazz, a scion of the proprietor's original restaurant in New Orleans. In August 2007, it again became the Condor and once more started featuring go-go dancers.
- Nudity, Noise Pay Off in Bay Area Night Clubs, Los Angeles Times, February 14, 1965, Page G5.
- California Solons May Bring End To Go-Go-Girl Shows In State, Panama City News, September 15, 1969, Page 12A.
- "NAKED PROFITS.". The New Yorker. 2004-07-12. Retrieved 2007-07-30.
- Silicon made topless dancing blossom, Chicago Daily Herald, April 28, 1982, Page 21.
- "1964". Retrieved 2007-07-30.
- "North Beach, San Francisco: The Beat Goes On". Offbeat Travel. Retrieved 2007-07-30.
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