Zamboanga was a pre-tiki restaurant/bar/nightclub opened in the 1930s by Joe Chastek who was one of the very first to open a tropics themed location.
It billed itself as "Home of the Tailless Monkeys" and featured a cheeky pipe smoking monkey on its menu and other advertising materials.
Among its other pieces of decor, it featured a Frank Bowers wall mural.
"Tailless Monkeys" may have been a derogatory term for Filipinos coined during the Philippine Insurrection circa 1900. There is some debate about this. You will hear John Wayne
sing this in the movie "They Were Expendable" (1945).
As of 2020, this location appears to be home to a Dollar General Store.