The dinner menu at the Rossin House from Friday, July 22nd, 1881. Includes Puree Jackson, Smoked beef tongue, Epigramme of Lamb, Queen Fritters a la Victoria, United States Sauce, Green corn, Black caps and other culinary delights. Extensive list of wines, ale and porter, mineral waters and liqueurs. Hotel was located at the southeast corner of King and York streets in Toronto, rebuilt after a fire in 1863 and demolished in 1969 to make way for the architect Mies van der Rohe's Toronto-Dominion Centre. Now the site of The Standard Life Centre.
Publisher: Moore & Co., Fine Printers
Date Published: 1881
Place Published: Toronto
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: [4 p.]. 24 cm. B&w illustration of hotel on front. Three horizontal creases. Some soiling. Small tears in edges along creases.