The English Grille
the English Grille on the Mezzanine floor the men
may find a place that is peculiarly and particularly
theirs. Except at certain times women will not be
served in this room. Hence it takes on considerable
of the free and easy atmosphere of a club."
room has fumed oak walls and a low beamed ceiling
with old English relief decorations. The furniture
is all of oak to correspond, half the chairs being
upholstered in brown tapestry and half of them in
dark green leather. The carpet is of an old English
deaf design in dark green and brick color."
"The windows in the Grille are hung with glass
curtains with overdrapes of large English scroll drapery
and valaces of deep green velvet."
"The chinaware service is fully in keeping with
the general atmosphere of the Grille, being decorated
with old English hunting scenes."
unique feature is in the manner of service. There
is a refrigerated counter and display case in which
fish and meats are placed. A guest may step up to
this display case, select his steak or chop and stand
there and watch it cook if he so desires."