Postcard for Sugar Ray's Cafe. The front of this postcard is broken into five sections. The top sections are photographic images of the interior of the club. The top left hand section shows a long rectangular bar, with a line of stools around its perimeter, and rows of bottles along the back of the bar. The top right hand section depicts a line of booths and tables across from the bar. They are set up against a wall that is decorated with large images of Sugar Ray Robinson in boxing attire. In between the two sections is a white rectangle with the words "THE/ SHOW/ PLACE/ OF/ HARLEM." The bottom sections show two photographs and an illustration. The left most image is a photographic image of a man in a suit. Shown from chest up, he turns his head to the left, smiling towards the camera. His image is contained in a circular portrait frame, with a name running beneath "Mike Hedley, mgr." On the opposite side is a similar frame with the image of Sugar Ray Robinson, shown from the chest up. Printed below the image is the name "Ray 'Sugar' Robinson. In between the two images is an illustration of the exterior of the club. The name "SUGAR RAY'S" is in large cursive letters above the door. Directly over the door is an awning with the name "SUGAR RAY'S" across the front and along the sides. The door has a large round window in the top half. There is a long rectangular window along the front wall with curtains and the word "Restaurant" across it.
The back is a postcard format with a blank space on the right hand side with the words "Photo Gloss/ Post Card." At the top right hand corner is a rectangle with the words "You/ Write it/ We/ Mail it." On the left hand side is a blank space. At the top of the space are the words "SUAGR RAY'S CAFE/ 2074 - 7th AVE., AT 124th., N.Y.C./ Owned by Sugar Ray Robinson, Welterweight Champion of the World - and Managed by Mike Hedley./ Famous for Steaks, Chops and Southern Fried Chicken./ Air-Conditioned Phone:9-8797/ Best of food, liquors and wine/ Just the place you would want/ to dine. Sugar Ray." Dividing the left and right section, running vertically, are the words "Eagle Post Card View Co., New York 1, N.Y." There is a blurred stamp below the words.
A black and white photograph of an unidentified man and woman by Arthur Leipzig. They are sitting next to each other with the man on the left in front of the camera. Both are wearing dark bottoms and the man has a light colored sweater and dark hat. The woman has a white embroidered blouse with elbow length sleeves with pleated detailing. The woman’s hair is in a rolled updo. The man and woman are not looking at the camera. They have their hands raised in front of their chests with open mouths as though they are singing and clapping along. The print has handwritten inscriptions, including the title, as well as the photographer's signature and stamp, on the reverse.