May I Take Your Order?: American Menu Design, 1920-1960
Brimming with classic restaurant menus from the roaring '20s through the fabulous '50s, MAY I TAKE YOUR ORDER? is the first book to feature this hot new collectible and design resource. Author Jim Heimann showcases 250 original menus from all kinds of restaurants, from roadside diners to theme restaurants to nightclubs. 250 color and 30 b&w images.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
air travel airline menus American Angeles Art Deco Art Nouveau artists artwork atomic age bars became beverage Bouibon Buigundy Cafe California Casino casual dining catered chain restaurants Chicago City Club cocktail lounges cocktail menu coffee shops color commemorative menu cover art created cuisine customers decade decorative die-cuts diners dining car dining experience Distinctive menu drink drive-ins Duncan Hines elegance embossing ethnic restaurants Exposition fast-food featured Golden Gate Exposition Hawaii Hollywood Hotel Howard Johnson's imagery images in-flight meals inspiration Joe DiMaggio Knott's Berry Farm ln addition menu art menu covers menu design menu graphics Menus reflected Miami motifs nightclubs Opposite bottom Opposite top passengers Photograph Polynesian craze popular poster printed menu produced Railroad Rancho restaurant industry restaurant menus restaurant's Rickay Room San Francisco Scoich seafood ships showcased souvenir specialized menus stock menus style Topsy's Trader Vic's unusual shape Vegas vintage menus visual wine lists WlTH York Yosemite National Park