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Beale's Cut Restaurant Matchbook Cover
Canyon Country, California

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Named for the iconic gash in the mountain several miles to the south, Beale's Cut was a short-lived steakhouse at 26931 N. Sierra Hwy. in Canyon Country near the northwest corner of Via Princessa.

The location was originally the site of a Tip's restaurant, of which there were a total of five, over time, in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Beale's Cut gave way to another short-lived steakhouse, Cal Islands, and then the restaurant building was razed and the property redeveloped into a shopping center and gas station (below).

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The restaurant was located at the center of this 2017 Google Maps image.


LW3186: 9600 dpi jpeg from original matchbook cover purchased 2018 by Leon Worden.
TIP'S RESTAURANTS

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James Dean Story

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Wooden Menu
~1940s

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Wooden Menu
~1950s

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Matchbooks

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Bobby Batugo

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Bobby Batugo

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Lapu Lapu Goblet

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Bobby's Universe

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Bobby's New Day

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Mario's Blue Heaven

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Bobby's Memmories

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Beale's Cut

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Cal Islands 1990s

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