Frenchy's, honored on this vintage long-sleeve, was an East Side hotspot in Milwaukee from 1945 to 1975. Paul LaPointe, also known as “Frenchy,” ran the restaurant as the chef. LaPointe's son described the experience, “like you were in an imaginary world circa the Gay Nineties, with interesting and unexpected things all around you.” The walls were of red velvet and exotic hardwoods, waitresses dressed as French maids, there were semi-secluded seating areas called “opera boxes,” bronze and marble statues at every turn, prominent jazz acts, and a menu that included African wild game. Entreé items included zebra, lion, hippopotamus, raccoon, and pigeon.
Soft, smooth, and strong 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
Fabric weight 4.3-ounce
Higher thread count (30s) for better drape
Water-based print for aged look and feel
Extra durable cover stitched collar
2 rib cuffs
For best fit, we recommend ordering normal size.
*Note: It is recommended to wash your tee inside out in cold water with a light detergent before wearing.