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THIS IS HISTORICAL INFORMATION ONLY

The first menu is by Athan Karras and appeared in the 1969 brochure for The Intersection, a Los Angeles, California, folk dance coffeehouse where folk dancing and international music (and, as we can see, eating!) ocurred seven nights a week. The graphic menu is from a later period in The Intersection history.


MENU

 
 
  Delicious home-cooked foods!   Appetizing!
 
            SANDWICHES
 
  Intersection Burger .65  
  Cheeseburger .75  
  Feta Cheese Sandwich .50  
  Grilled Cheese .50  
  Salami & Cheese .75  
  Bavarian Knockwurst .75  
  Avocado .50  
 
              SPECIALTIES
 
  (Ask the waitress about the specials for the day.)
 
  Hamburger Special 1.25  
  Small Meze (Greek Salad) .75  
  Large Meze 1.25  
* Tyropita (Hot Cheese Turnover) .50  
* Pastichio (Meat & Macaroni) 1.45  
* Moussaka (Meat, Eggplant & Potatoes) 1.75  
* Shish-ke-bab 1.95  
  Armenian Pizza (Lahmajun) 1.00  
  Falafel (Israeli) .75  
  Yogurt, Honey & Bread .50  
  Bacon, Eggs, Toast .75  
  Eggs & Toast .50  
  Gibanica or Spanakopita 1.25  
            (Spinach & Cheese Pie)
 
            DESSERTS
 
  Rice Pudding (Rizogalo) .25  
  Baklava Pastry .35  
  Ice Cream, per scoop .20  
  Melons in Season .40  
  Greek Honey Nut Cake .35  
 
  Hot and Cold Drinks ...    
  Homemade Desserts ...    
  Fresh Fruits ...    
  Turkish Coffee .35  
  Greek Tea .25  
 
 
 
  * Gourmet Dishes:   Allow 15 minutes for  
  preparation and service  
 
 
 

PLUS TAX

 
 

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