When is a cocktail properly chilled? Apparently when it is served by a penguin. Dressed as a waiter.
This charming image is from a 1930s menu from the Grand Central Terminal Restaurant in Manhattan.
Drinks on offer were all rum-based. King sized cocktails costs 50 cents while long drinks such as rum fizzes and rum juleps cost between 60 to 90 cents.
The Grand Central Terminal Restaurant - also known as The Oyster Bar - opened in 1913 and remains famously convenient for travelers and mid-town workers."
Courtesy Private Collection.
Each print is accompanied by a copy of the interior menu where available.
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