1949 Banff Castle Mountain Menu

This menu features the controversially named Mt. Eisenhower on the cover. As previously noted, the rocky outcropping was named Castle Mountain in 1858, then renamed Mt. Eisenhower in 1946, then restored to its earlier name in 1979.

Click image to download a 1.9-MB PDF of this menu.

The inside menu is identical to the ones from yesterday and the day before.


1949 Banff Castle Mountain Menu — 1 Comment

  1. What da ya mean, identical? Where’s the tongue…and the mashed turnips? At least they didn’t make you wait 10 minutes for soup. No steak or trout again. No mention of if the lamb was fed sugar beets this time either. Those Canadians were pretty wishy washy too, first naming that mountain for Ike (G.C.B.) and then taking it back again. See if we ever help them again when the Nazis are on their doorstep…assuming they got to the doorstep. 🙂


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