Reds Snooker Club had its licence removed after officers told of 29 incidents in 18 months, ranging from drug abuse and violent conduct in and around the club, in Sylvania Way South, Clydebank.
There was also a sexual assault.
Councillor John Millar, depute convener of West Dunbartonshire Council Licensing Board said: "Police brought to our attention a catalogue of incidents between March 2012 and July this year at Reds, including several reports of drug taking, violent assaults and other breaches of the licence conditions.
"There was one report of a woman leaving the premises so intoxicated that she ran into a glass door and collapsed. While unconscious she became the victim of a horrific sexual assault.
"Reds, which recently began operating as a night-club as well as a snooker hall, has not been managed properly.
"This is despite police intervention. The board had little option but to agree to the chief constable's request for us to revoke its licence.
"There is no place for such an establishment in West Dunbartonshire."
The board also warned a Clydebank pub over under-age customers.
John Brown's, in Chalmers Street, was given a written warning after it was found staff twice served customers who were under the legal age to buy alcohol.
The board received a police report that detailed occasions where 17-year-olds had been served alcohol, one occasion of drug misuse and another of a violent outburst that required police attendance.
Councillor Millar said: "This is also a serious situation and the board will not tolerate the sale of alcohol to under-age customers.
"But John Brown's was able to demonstrate it had learned lessons from these events.
"These included staff changes,which meant the board felt a written warning would be sufficient."