World's Fair Information Manual

Bourbon Street
Mr. James Smith, Manager
Bourbon Street
New York World's Fair
World's Fair, New York 11380
AR 1-1550
Pavilion Property, Inc.
c/o Uttal, Miller and Dubin
521 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10036
MU 2-8622
Mr. Michael Pender
June 11, 1964
Block 42; Lot 3
Avenue of the States
States Area
123,078 sq. ft.
Saputo and Rowe
New Orleans, Louisiana
George Jenkins
New York, New York
Kapilow - Missile Construction Co.
Mineola, New York

SOURCE: 1965 World's Fair Information Manual


Jazzland features well-known names in the jazz world on a daily basis. Moderate prices. Food and souvenirs are available.

Danceland features dancing and other "night club" entertainment at night. Special shows are offered in the afternoon. Name dance bands and celebrities appear regularly.

Louisiana Market is a group of 30 booths offering amusement, food, beer and soft drinks. Sidewalk dining is available.

Col. Morley's Cafe is a moderate priced cafeteria restaurant. Beer is served and souvenirs and film are for sale.

Abbercciamento is an Italian restaurant serving wine and liquor. Dining facilities for up to 1,000 people are available and catering is a speciality.

The Bistro is a popular corner bar and club for dancing. Afternoon jazz sessions and evening rock 'n roll groups are features.

The Balcony is a small night club featuring jazz musicians.

The Chicken and Steak House has table and counter service at very low prices.

The Beer Garden features a 5 piece band. Beer and food are served in this outdoor restaurant.

The Vieux Carre is a series of booths which includes a waffle stand and a kiosk from which entertainment is offered daily.

Cafe Creole was designed by Dorthy Draper Associates and features creole dishes as well as mint juleps and other typical New Orleans drinks.

Artists and glass-blowers can also be seen on Bourbon Street.

Bourbon Street

Source: NY World's Fair Publication For Those Who Produced the New York World's Fair 1964-1965

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