[San Francisco]: (n. d.). Ca 1970s. Unpaginated, though 4 pages. Pp 2 & 3, drink menu. P. 4, menu for "The Black Sea Restaurant Kitchen at Keystone Korner." Added, at bottom, in blue ink: "11. Carrot Cake 1.00" Black & white image of jazz saxophonist to p. 1. 11" x 8-1/2". Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Some modest signs of use. Overall, Very Good. Item #48388
Keystone Korner was an important jazz music club in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, which opened in 1972 and continued operation until 1983. ... Early gigs by men like Sonny Rollins and Art Blakey established the Keystone as one of the best jazz clubs in the nation - a reputation that continued to build as legends like Miles Davis, McCoy Tyner, Bill Evans, Betty Carter and Stan Getz appeared on its stage." [Wiki]
While posters for the venue appear rather frequently on the market, we've not seen offered any other menus.
Uncommon souvenir from this legendary San Francisco music venue.