Before their decline in the late 1960s, supper clubs were an important part of the nightlife of many American cities. Billings, of course, was no exception, with several clubs scattered around the city and the edges of town. They included the Skyline Club (later the Bella Vista, located on the Rims west of the airport), the Beacon Club (on Main Street and Lake Elmo Drive), The Elmo Club (at Lake Elmo), Wong Village (across the river in what is now Planet Lockwood), The Windmill, The Turf and the Vegas Club. Several were claimed by fire, while others fell into disrepair. The biggest reason for their decline, though, was likely the fact that they simply weren't as popular with Baby Boomers as they were with their parents. They can still be found in Midwestern states, particularly Wisconsin, but only a handful remain in Montana.