After ten years and 60 issues, The Magic Menu
ceased being “the international journal for professional restaurant and
bar magicians” and became—for one brief, shining volume—“the
professional journal for working close-up magicians.”
Two hard-bound compendiums were issued that
contained the initial 60 issues. It was announced in Issue 61 of the
newly-expanded format that the magazine would only be available
henceforth as individual issues.
Then one day Jim Sisti announced "Last Call" and closed The Magic Menu kitchen forever.
It just shows you should never say never!
Herein you’ll find the eleventh and final volume of The Magic Menu.
All four greatly-expanded issues published with this new mission
statement are here, representing co-editors Jim Sisti and Andrew
Pinard's effort to expand the perceived boundaries of professional
close-up magic beyond restaurants and bars. You’ll find vital
information about working in venues as varied as trade shows and
after-grad parties in addition to the great, commercial close-up magic
that The Magic Menu has always been noted for.
This book closes the story of one of magic’s most original publications.
The original issues sold for $60.00 at magic
shops. Now you can get this valuable information for more than 55% off
the cover price.
192 pages. 6" x 9" perfect-bound. Two color cover.