Old menus are a very appetizing form of time travel. Menu Design in America gives readers a chance to end up anywhere from the Plaza Hotel for Christmas in 1891 to the S.S. Alaska in 1934 to the Diamond Horseshoe in Wyoming in 1955 and many more. In days gone by, menus were often a souvenir when dining out was much more of a luxury. With the lavish illustration on these pages, it’s easy to see why. Graphic innovations were a way for restaurants to set the tone, and there are some ...
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