Our recent gallery of old York nightspots proved hugely popular and had many readers reminscing over nights out from years gone by.
One of the venues that sparked most discussion was Casanovas in Lady Peckett's Yard, so we've dug these extra photos out from our archives.
These three photos were taken in November 1979.
The club was back in the Evening Press at the start of February 1980, with these photos of co-owners Michael Craig (left) and Tony Paul:
The accompanying article reads:
A touch of Berlin in the thirties has come to a York nightspot.
Casanovas, Lady Peckett's Yard, has its own table-telephone system, as seen in the film Cabaret.
There are 30 phones - one for each table - which customers can use to call other tables, send requests to the DJ or order food and drink.
"It's the best way of chatting someone up if you're a bit shy," Mr Michael Craig, co-owner, explained.
Calls to the DJ can be relayed over the loud-speakers so the rest of the club can hear.
Our next three pictures date from 1988, when we reported that new sound and lighting systems had been installed and the reception area had been modernised. New management had taken over and had introduced a "revitalised programme of events," we reported.
Finally, thanks to facebook user Tina Neil Grayson on the York Past & Present group for allowing us to use this picture, which she posted on the group last week: