This is either La Serayña after The Intellectuals show that ended in a riot, or the day it was torn down. Unfortunately, it's the latter.
La Serayña was there for us at the right time and right place (located right next to our junior high school). It was owned by two hippie women who intended the place to be a hang out for teenagers. No alcohol was served but that didn't stop anyone from drinking before they arrived. Of course a place like that couldn't last. They did, however, open another short lived place in Massapequa called Diamond Lil's – then quickly changed the name to the Dry Rock Cafe – which also hosted young music acts.
Above is The Intellectuals performing "Without Her" and "Too Loud Baby" at La Serayña on August 15, 1986 – the second time they played there. The crowd is a little thin but once school starts and word of mouth begins, future Intellectual shows will find La Serayña packed (see below).