The front displays scenes of a French chateau as seen from a Monte Carlo beach upon which a couple is walking, and a larger scene of an outdoor cafe where a couple is being served Grand Marnier. The artist's signature appears on the artwork, but I cannot make out what is says.
At the bottom of the cafe scene is a bottle of Grand Marnier and beneath it reads: "Edite par la Maison, Marnier-Lapostolle, de Neauphle-le-Chateau (S-et-O) France. Below that is the Grand Marnier label. The word "Menu" does not appear on the open area, so you could use this one for things other than a menu.
The reverse is completely blank. The liquor distributors would offer these blank menus to restaurants and establishments serving their liquors. These would be perfect for a restaurant, collector, paper crafter, or for other uses.
Price is for one menu.