Hard to find vintage menu from THE SPAGHETTI COMPANY in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona. Cool artwork illustrations by Susan King. "Happy noodle growers at work in the spaghetti orchards of southern Italy. They are careful not to disturb the clams who build their nests in the branches. Spaghetti was originally brought to America to be used as telegraph wire or dental floss, but on one long crossing when the hardtack and anchovies ran out, the sailors began experimenting with cheese and butter and tomatoes and garlic and Mamma Mia! Our little old spaghetti makers are very careful not to let anyone pick up any of the valuable spaghetti seeds. But if you were to sneak away with a strand of spaghetti… Maybe you could grow your own spaghetti tree! Plant in grated Parmesan, water with olive oil." Menu size is 11 x 17 inches when open. Used condition. Most of our menus were actually used in the restaurant, there may be writing, wear and tear, spots, old smell, stains, crinkles and creases, etc., so please ask questions and examine the images closely before your purchase. Inventory# B26-10.