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Характеристики

 In 1990 Jim Sisti began "The Magic Menu", a magazine geared for the restaurant and bar performer. Each issue included tips, stories, product reviews, and effects all oriented toward restaurant, bar, and strolling magic. This type of magic must pack small, easily reset, and often play for family audiences, though some of the effect for bars are certainly adults only. 

1 September/October 1990, Issue 1
1 Welcome!: about the Magic Menu
1 Editorial (Jim Sisti): on the glut of magic books with not very good contents
2 Taking Tips: The Pros and Cons discussed
2 Handling Unruly Spectators: advice
3 Books - The Essential Library for the Working Pro: a discussion of classic works valuable to the restaurant/bar worker
4 Reviews: Close Up Illusions (Gary Ouellet); Magical Arts Journal Special Issue - Aspen Bar Magic (Michael Ammar); Impossibilia (John Bannon); Misled (Tim Wenk); Dollar Monte (John Kennedy); Hollyweird (Christopher)
6 Tricks of the Trade
6 Transmutation (Jim Sisti): during a bill switch, the spectator's high value bill changes to a $1, but all is okay as the spectator's bill is found in a purse on the table
7 Picks A Card (Chris Hurlbert & Neal Prete): spectator's selection is found with the aid of a Guitar Pick
8 Behind Bars (Chris Hurlbert): Pros, Cons, and tips for working behind a bar

9 November/December 1990, Issue 2
9 Why Does a Restaurant Need a Magician? (Jim Sisti): useful to provide to restaurant management...
9 Editorial: the universal language of Magic
10 Restaurant Magic for Children: suggestions for effects suitable for children
11 The Best Videos for the Working Pros: discussion of good videos with magic suitable for restaurant/bar work
12 Reviews: 7 Secrets (JC Wagner); Professional Close-Up (Leo Behnke); Small World (Chris Hurlbert & Neal Prete); The Remarkable Mister Gigwits (Schuyler Irish); The Creeps (Ben Harris); The Radar Deck (Richard Osterlind)
14 Tricks of the Trade
14 Changeling Cards (Skip Sansoucie): two blank cards (face and back) change into replicas of two selections and then revert back (examinable)
15 E-Z Copper-Silver Purse Transposition (Skip Sansoucie): Copper coin is placed in a purse; Silver coin in the spectator's hand. Coins transpose.
15 Ambitious Card Finale (Skip Sansoucie): selection is clearly placed in middle of deck, yet appears on top of the rubber-banded deck (requires a half-pass)
16 Behind Bars (Chris Hurlbert): dealing with spills, natural bar items for magic, and a quickie by Billy McComb with a matchbook and a Swizzle Stick

17 January/February 1991, Issue 3
17 Hanging On To Your Job: tips on staying employed and promoting your business
17 Editorial: the know-it-all magician
18 Landing Your First Restaurant Job!: a longer editorial
19 Ask the Only (Al the Only): introduction to Al Ulman, Jr.'s new column
20 New Magic & Book Reviews: Ring Flight (Allan Sherer); Nomen Omen (David Acer); Focus book (Phil Goldstein); Top Secret Stuff book (Mike Powers); The Plots Thicken (David Acer); Art of Hopping Tables book (Mark Leveridge)
22 Tricks of the Trade
22 The Camera Never Lies (David Acer): A use for your FISM Flash while taking a "picture" of the selected card with the deck
23 Transposition Ring Flight (David Acer): David's handling of the reel-version Ring Flight with an approach to making it safe!
24 Thanks: a thank-you call-out to many who have helped the Magic Menu