Here’s an advertisement for Pat’s Grass Shack that appeared in the October 14, 1976, edition of the Daily Nexus. It reads:
Patrick sez come to the Shack for a ‘ell of a good time!
Fridays & Saturdays from 9 pm
Shack Entertainment featuring Johnathan Jesse – Famous Folk-Rock Guitarist-Singer & Musical Master – Direct from “the Round Table” in Washington, D.C.
(No Cover Charge)
Sorry – No One Under 21 – ID Required — Closed Sundays – until we get our Deli & Patio open – our hours will be 4 pm to midnite – Fridays & Saturdays till 2 am (Friday till 3 am for coffee and sandwiches)
Dawson is only one block long & runs parallel to Hollister, is one block closer to the ocean & is between Pine & Rutherford in Goleta
Fine Wines, Brews & Ales, Tropic-Wine Cocktails
Happy Hours 4:30 to 6:30
Large, heavy-duty frosted goblet of ice cold tap (Coors) beer $0.20 cents, fine wines & coolers $0.40 cents.
Wednesday – Ladies Nite – Happy Hours from 8 pm
Thursday – 40s Nite – Big Band Sounds – Special Recordings
Monday & Tuesday – Stag & Game Leagues – Extra Happy Hours
Pat’s Grass Shack has long since closed. In fact, looking at Google Street Maps, there isn’t even a building located at 5796 Dawson Street anymore.