El Rancho was the first casino resort on the Strip in Las Vegas and was established in 1941. Its Western theme was considered the height of sophistication at the time and was duplicated throughout the resort's dining establishments. This World War II era menu, complete with a shapely cowgirl on the front cover, has a prime rib dinner for the handsome sum of $2, spaghetti Caruso named in honor of the famous Italian tenor for $1.50 and coffee at ten cents. El Rancho burned down in 1960.
Courtesy University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Libraries Collections.
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