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Doll Hut

107 S. Adams St. Anaheim, CA 92802 | Anaheim | 714-533-1286

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This place is not for the faint of heart. True to its name, the Doll Hut is really not much more than a hut. But despite its cramped quarters and bare bones bar, the patrons still flock to this little venue from near and far to hear some of the dirtiest underground rock 'n' roll in the whole of California. The Doll Hut has been around for decades, so be prepared to encounter anyone from veteran punk rockers to Hot Topic rockasilly posers, but all that aside--if you want cheap beer and some rowdy good times, Doll Hut is the place to be.


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