Lot 165 of 455:
Menu of the 1st Armenian restaurant in San Francisco  

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Lot closed - Sold For:$120
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Menu from the 1st Armenian restaurant in San Francisco
Author:
Place:
San Francisco
Publisher:
Date:
ca. 1945
Description:

Menu, Cairo Restaurant / Armenian and American Cuisine / 77 Fourth Street, San Francisco (ca. 1945) 7½x12”, 4pp. Stiff Wrappers.

Predating by two decades George Mardikian’s famous Omar Khayyam’s, the Cairo Restaurant was opened in San Francisco in 1918 by the Garabedian family.

This menu, probably from the 1940s, has “Definitions” of 21 dishes, from the familiar Shish Kebab (priced at $1.50) to Imam Bayeldi (egg plant, onions, tomatoes in olive oil),  Guvaage (lamb baked with vegetables), Madzoon (yogurt milk) and Courabia (Armenian cookies).

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Very good.
 
Item number:
287763
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