• Steuben's The Cave, Boston, 1950s

  • $15.00

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    This marvelously kitschy menu cover came from The Cave, part of the famous Steuben's empire in Boston. Opened in 1945 by brothers Max and Joe Schneider, it was the city's premier nightspot for two decades.There were floor shows nightly, big bands performed and The Rat Pack made appearances here. It was also where comedian Jerry Lewis first saw his name in lights: "The sign at Steuben's read Jerry Lewis — Good Steaks, he said, laughing. What was supposed to be a 2-week stay stretched to 47. I practically lived on Boylston Street."

    Courtesy Private Collection

    Cool Culinaria Ultimate Giclee Prints on 130lb paper. 11oz ceramic mugs. All printed in USA.

    Each print is accompanied by a copy of the interior menu

    Soft Cotton Feel Pillows. Printed both sides in the USA. 100% Cotton Double-sided Tote bags

Steuben's The Cave, Boston, 1950s Vintage Menu
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