COLLECTOR'S 1930's unused post card, art deco theater & restaurant - Buffalo's Theatre restaurant CHEZ AMI – Home of the Revolving Bar.
Brilliant color illustration; a FABULOUS work of art. Highly collectible, would look great framed. Wait until you see up close. WOW!!
Famous restaurateur, Phil Amigone opened Chez Ami in 1934, and won national acclaim as one of the first supper clubs in the nation.
Buffalo's greatest nighttime hotspot featured top notch national entertainment and royalty-like service to its loyal following of patrons.
Advertising slogan: "Buffalo's Theatre restaurant" Chez Ami – Home of the Revolving Bar. Circa 1930's.
Back: "The Nations Smartest Theatre Restaurant." 311 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY. Additional tourist highlights.
Original art deco interior was designed by C. Theodore Macheras. Using STUNNING deco elements, mirrors, neon, indirect lighting and plush carpeting to achieve a modern entertainment experience.
The centerpiece, evident in all of the Chez Ami's advertising, was a revolving bar that was invented by Amigone. The bar, first of its kind in America, took 7 1/2 minutes to make a complete cycle.
Fine UNUSED condition, bright, crisp and clean. Size: 3.5" by 5.5".
No stamp or writing. Tiny corner bumping-very slight toning if any-most likely natural ivory color.
1930's Art Deco Advertising Postcard "Chez Ami " Restaurant - Theatre, Bar, Entertainment, Unused, Rare, Vintage