1965 → 1984
11818 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA 91604
“The Hayloft was essentially a stand up bar with sawdust on the floor, but they did have rows of benches as they had a large movie screen and would show classic Hollywood movies,” Adkins says. “Its other advantage was that it was an after hours bar. If you didn’t meet anyone by 2 a.m. at any of the other places and didn’t go out for breakfast to DuPar’s, Charles’, or Tiny Naylor’s, but were still looking to meet someone, you found yourself after hours at the Hayloft.”
Bar famous for showing released films mixed in with older ones. "No one knew how they got copies of the new ones."
Gay Guide '71: (SM) * also (C) after hours; Barfly West '73: A. E. K. *; Bob Damron '65-84: (Some W, SM, YC) (PT) (Movies) (C - AH) *
Attr — Gay Guide '71; Barfly West '73; Bob Damron '65-83; Burdsal, Bill, "Memoirs of a Human Being," pp. 334; '81 Jan "The Voice"; Richard Adkins / Hollywood Heritage