A sometimes rambling blog about my postcard collection, Mostly vintage, some new, a bunch of linens with a touch of chrome.
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Mike Lyman's Grill - Los Angeles, California
Mike Lyman's Grill (there were two locations, in Hollywood and Downtown, and Lyman also ran the Flight Deck restaurant at what was then the Los Angeles Municipal Airport), but a menu from the place, also dating from 1935, proves an astonishing document. To begin with, some 25 varieties of fish and shellfish were offered, including Coos Bay, Blue Point and Olympia oysters, English sole, striped bass, Catalina sand dabs, imported Irish salt mackerel and a dish called fried barracuda Maitre d'Hotel.
UPDATE: Turns out I own a Mike Lyman's ashtray!
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