Menu is printed on a single sided, single sheet of cream colored paper in green ink. On the very top of the menu is a red horizontal line that cuts through "1932" "New Year's Eve" and "1933." Directly below that is a graphic in brown that looks similar to a crest with the words "Sea Beinvenida" contained in scrollwork below it, and "El Cortez" directly below the scroll work with "San Diego, California" directly below that. On the left side of the graphic is the word "Dinner" while the word "Dance" is on the right. At the bottom of the menu is another graphic of two candles burning (the candles are green and are burning a red flame, with a red ink smoke trail) and a bell sitting in the middle suspended with garland. Menu items include Hors D'oeuvres, Cream of Fresh Tomatoes, Filet Mignon, Broccoli, Polonaise, Salad Francaise, Demi Tasse and more. The menu states that the price per person is five dollars and that the price includes breakfast.