Shellie's Too was a Santa Cruz pizza place and venue that hosted frequent punk/new wave shows in 1979 and 1980, some of which were promoted by NOSCUM. It was located at 115 Harvey West Blvd.

It would be difficult to think of a local band that didn't play at Shellie's during its heyday, with the possible exception of The Spikes, who were banned nearly everywhere. The club presented Black Flag's first Santa Cruz appearance in September 1980, about a year before Henry Rollins joined the band.

In 1983, Shellie's Too hosted nights of Dinner Theater, presenting such plays as Fiddler on the Roof. In one presentation of the play, Paula Poundstone stepped in to play Yente.

Prior to being Shellie's Too, it was the Steamship Co., hosting such bands as George Thorogood, The Dils, Avengers, and X, as well as local bands like JJ180.

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