1922 Canada Luncheon menu Windsor Hotel Montreal Quebec

$17.00 USD

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Interesting listing of food being surveys during the Roaring 20s at one of Canada’s grandest hotels of the day.

Some menu items:

  • Montreal Melon .60
  • Cold Gaspe Salmon .90
  • Wesphalian Ham .80
  • Cold Boned Truffled Capon, Asparagus Tips Salad .90
  • Sirloin Steam 1.20
  • Blackstone Salad 0.60
  • Charlotte Zaza 0.25
  • Maclaren’s Cheese 0.25
  • Special Windsor Claret and Sauterne Cups Quart $2.50

If you expect a telephone call or visitors, please notify the Head Waiter’

At bottom ‘WINDSOR HOTEL, Montreal Sunday August 13th 1922

Embossed hotel logo UR corner.

Folded in four. Small tear left horizonal fold.

32 x 21 cm


The Windsor Hotel (opened 1878, closed 1981) was a hotel located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is often considered to be the first grand hotel in Canada, and for decades billed itself as "the best in all the Dominion".

The Windsor Hotel was soon at the centre of Montreal's social and business worlds, attracting not only railway visitors, but also business leaders, politicians, socialites, artists, and even royalty. The hotel was home to both the annual St. Andrew's Society Ball and the Winter Carnival Ball, the former being a mainstay of the hotel and of Montreal's social calendar for nearly a century. Sarah Bernhardt, Mark Twain, Dolores Costello, Rudyard Kipling, Fanny Davenport, Lillie Langtry and Oscar Wilde were among the Windsor's famous guests in its early years.

In 1917, the owners of the Montreal Canadiens, the Quebec Bulldogs, the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Wanderers met in one of the Windsor Hotel's restaurants to form the National Hockey League.

Executives of both the Canadian Pacific Railway and Grand Trunk Railway kept permanent residences in the hotel, making the Windsor home to men who controlled most of Canada's transportation infrastructure and much of its economy.