Humour was an essential element of many vintage menu designs and this gentlemanly fish with a cheerful smile graced the cover of the Fish and Chips Café in Portland, Oregon, in the 1950s. The restaurant opened for breakfast and served meals till late. But it was particularly known for its take-out fish and chips service costing 90 cents, which often had hungry customers lining up outside.
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