(Paris). c. 1940s - 1950s. 1st Printing. Illustrated bifolium. Illustrated wrappers of a birds-eye view of the city. 7-3/4" x 6". Thin card stock, self wrappers, printed in green, black and yellow. Menu items printed in mustard yellow, now housed in a mylar sleeve. A VG+ copy. Some very neat ink markings to menu items (crossing out of changing prices), overall clean and bright. Item #47115
"The Café de la Paix opened June 30, 1862, to serve the Grand-Hôtel de la Paix (named after the nearby rue de la Paix), whose name was later shortened to Grand-Hôtel. It serviced visitors of Expo exhibition in 1867. Its proximity to the Opéra attracted many famous clients, including Jules Massenet, Émile Zola, and Guy de Maupassant. The Café is also the setting for the poem "The Absinthe Drinkers" by the Canadian poet, Robert Service." [wiki]
The restaurant still sands today and was issued historical landmark status from the French government in 1975.