1981 Menu Club 7 Paris
(France - 20th Century - Cuisine - Club 7 - Paris - Gay History - LGBT Studies)

Paris, France.: Club 7, 1981. F Illustrated glossy cover; menu is photocopied and tipped-inside; this was a fashionable club and dinner establishment in the 1st arrondissement; with various entrees, oeufs, poissons, plats, desserts, café, occasional additions in pen; back cover with address and Club 7 logo; in the 20th century, "...this area of Paris became the first to concentrate clubs, discos and restaurants catering specifically to gays… Emaer opened a second club in 1968 at 7, rue Sainte-Anne, which he called "Le Sept" (Seven). This club also sported a restaurant and a dance floor in the basement, and dancing became the primary activity of the clientele. Le Sept soon displaced Le Pimm's as the place for gays to be seen in Paris, and the regulars became more and more affluent..." (ref. Discover Paris! 2015 website for a good history of this area & a chronology of Parisian gay life); approx. 9 ¼" x 9 1/2" size; some chipping, edge-wear to spine; in very good condition; interesting ephemera from this establishment revealing an aspect of gay life in Paris in the 1980s. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 23640)

$100.00

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