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(Menu - San Francisco)  For The ROMANTIC SPIRIT Of TAHITI VISIT The TAHITIAN HUT. 99 Broadway, San Francisco.

4 pp. unnumbered. Illustrated upper and lower wrappers. 10-3/4" x 7". Tan, self wrappers, dark brown and green lettering. San Francisco: c. 1950s.

This is primarily and wine and cocktail list. There is a small selection of "A La Carte" dishes listed as well as "French Dinners". The "Tahitian Specials" include the "Dr. Funk ... 40" and the "Singapore Sling ... 40". The Tahitian Hut was a tiki bar in San Francisco which was known for live entertainment. Sol K. Bright, Sr. reportedly composed his famous song "Hawaiian Cowboy" here while on tour in 1933. In the late 1960s, Lokelani and Her Islanders (Leonard Lua, George Sepulveda and dancer Manulani) performed on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. A Very good copy, a few small spots to rear wrapper, rear wrapper faintly creased two times horizontally (due to being folded twice), else clean and bright.

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