Have a Veal Chop Instead


In Manhattan OPA moved to give the rich an even break. Inspectors cracked down on 73 eating places. Most were soda fountains charging stenographers a nickel too much for a ham sandwich. But also reprimanded was Café Chambord, last Manhattan stronghold for those who must have their pâté de foie gras direct from Strasbourg. The Chambord had been commended by Columnist Lucius Beebe as a nice little place to get a $35 dinner for two without wine. Now OPA inspectors found that the Chambord was getting $15 for a $12 pheasant...

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