Very hard to find!
From the New York Times, 1994 (an article about the Russian Mob & Mafia)... "In general, people don't want to know what they don't have to know," said Jeffrey M. Zeiger, whose Tren-Mos Bistro was the first American restaurant to open in Moscow. Mr. Zeiger's Russian partner was gunned down in his garage last year and even today, Mr. Zeiger swears he never heard a word about payoffs or a hint of a problem before his partner died.
Restaurant: TrenMos Bistro.
Location: Moscow, Russia.
Size when open: 12 x 19 inches, 12 inches tall.
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 lot... stains, wear, bumps, crinkles, scratches, holes.