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Date: 1970's. (the certificate is dated 1974)
Restaurant: Amalgamated Eating & Drinking Company Underground.
Location: St. Louis Park, Minnesota.
Size when open: 16 x 22 inches. 16 inches tall.

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The Miner's Scale Iron Range Strip Steak... $6.25
The Comstock Lode Barbequed Ribs... $4.50
Virginia Fried Ice Cream... $1.00

From the St. Louis Park Historical Society...  THE AMALGAMATED - With the development of Shelard Park, Restaurants No Limit, owned by Bill Naegele, broke ground for the Amalgamated Eating and Drinking Co. in August 1973.  Naegele made great efforts to make the mining-themed restaurant authentic – he took a trip to Tower Soudan, in mining country, where he met a miner named Skybo Thomas.  Thomas put him in touch with other miners, and Naegle got ideas for menu items, took photos, and obtained some ore cars and track.  He also bought out the artifacts of a gold mining museum in South Dakota, including a swing seat used to do maintenance work at Mount Rushmore.  One of the highlights of the Amalgamated was the “elevator” door where a guest would walk in and the walls would shake and pulleys move as if it was a real elevator.  The door would then open on the other side into the restaurant.  In 1978 it was apparently the Amalgamated Underground, with “Appropriate Entertainment” (this was in a High School program).  “Home of the Famous Fried Ice Cream.”  The Amalgamated operated until 1979.

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... stains, wear & tear, bumps, crinkles & creases, written date.