Like the breakfast menu, the Golden State‘s lunch menu by the mid-1960s had become a single card. This 1967 menu is on pink paper, instead of cream, and is slightly smaller than the 1966 breakfast menu.
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The menu’s selection is small: sausage and potatoes; filet of unspecified fish; hamburger; ham sandwich; cheese sandwich; and, creatively enough, “ham-and-cheese combination” sandwich. The hamburger, complete with potato chips, is $1.50, which is well over $10 today. At $2.75, or nearly $20 in today’s money, the fish filet is the most expensive thing on the menu–but that price also includes potato chips.