Was this the place to go and celebrate when you struck oil in San Antonio, Texas? This is a simply drawn but strikingly effective menu cover. There is the tower, which contains the machinery for turning the drilling bit around in the hole, and a little prospector's cabin. Since the Golden Derrick restaurant was at the Petroleum Center, we expect this is a bit romanticized but it's fun to think of newly minted oil millionaires coming here and, judging by the interior menu, getting some practice in matching food with wine.
Courtesy Private Collection.
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