The Red Slipper Cocktail Lounge, Springfield, Missouri. I'm sure these people look back on these days with a slight grimace.
Sambo's, Blythe, California. Some of you younger people may not remember Sambo's. It was a chain of coffee shops in the US that featured Little Black Sambo and pancakes. I'm not making this up. As for Blythe, welcome to Hell. It reached 122F/50C once.
O'Hare-Concord Motor Inn, Des Plaines, Illinois.
Chuck's Pancake House, Placerville, California. My husband grew up near there and I must ask him if he ever frequented Chuck's.
The Disneyland Hall of Chemistry in Tomorrowland. I suspect this was scrapped shortly after it opened.
Golf and Country Club Motor Hotel, Las Vegas. I'd actually love to stay in this room.
New Hotel Monetelone Carousel, New Orleans, Louisiana. This is so awesome I can't even describe it.
The Safari Hotel French Quarter, Scottsdale, Arizona. Swank is the word that comes to mind.
Wolfie's Restaurant, Miami Beach, Florida. Apparently a Jewish-style deli to cater to retirees from New York.
Manger Motor Inn, Purple Tree Lounge, Indianapolis, Indiana. Simply cosmopolitan.
Madonna Inn, Gold Rush Dining Room, San Luis Obispo, California. This place is still in operation and in huge demand.
The Cosmic Age Lodge, Anaheim, California. You could lose your shoes in that shag rug.
Hotel Riviera Casino, Las Vegas. There's a woman in front with a fur coat. That's how hoi-polloi-ish it was to go to these places back then.
The Kahiki Polynesian Supper Club, Columbus, Ohio. If this is still around, it would be ultra-hip now.
The Chicken Coop Restaurant, Norton, Massachusetts. I feel like scrunching down to avoid hitting my head on that low ceiling.