Very hard to find!
OPA... Contains the 1943 WWII war-time rationing OPA Regulations Statement! OPA was the Office Of Price Administration that issued ration stamps and set maximum pricing allowed for restaurants so that over-inflated high prices would not occur during the war. Meat & other items were in very short supply. The OPA statement was printed on menus to show they were in compliance with the rationing regulations.
Restaurant: Rio Cabana.
Location: The location is not stated, but since this came from a stack of New York menus, my guess is that it is from the Concord Hotel in New York.
Size when open: 12 x 18 inches, 12 inches tall.
Check out the prices!
Filet Mignon... $3.00
Chicken A La King... $2.50
Baked Oysters... $1.75
Frozen Profiterole... $.75
Condition: Most of our menus were actually used in the restaurant-bar, so there may be writing, wear & tear, spots, stains, creases, etc. So please examine the images closely! This menu includes... stains, wear, bumps, crinkles.