New Orleans History -- Lake Pontchartrain
Wednesday, December 08, 2021
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On the attached sheet of this circa 1930s menu is a list of various Oyster dishes (a dozen oysters Rockefeller for 90 cents). A Pilsner Urquell card ("The Only Genuine Pilsner Beer...imported from Pilsen, Czechoslovakia) is attached on the top right.

The cover features a photograph of a "Lady of the Evening" with the captions "God let grass grow for cattle and wine for the happiness of the soul of man," and "There is no such thing as a little garlic."

The back cover features Wine and Liquor..."All popular Brands of Scotch, .35, .40, .50 per Highball"...

The restaurant was located at 125 St. Charles.