...better by design

In an era when restaurants were a novelty and printed menus were reserved for exceptional occasions, the humble menu transformed into a culinary and artistic marvel with the rise of dining establishments. “Menu Design in America” is an all-encompassing tribute to the finest samples of this graphic art. With almost 800 examples, this luxurious volume doubles as a history lesson on the evolution of restaurants and the dining culture in America. I use it to plan parties, for wild hair inspiration and formatting menus. 392 pages. 12.91”l x 10.31”w

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Pair with its companion title, “Menu Design In Europe”, and other joyous offerings for the gourmand.

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