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More Beautiful Vintage Menus From Classic L.A. Restaurants
The Los Angeles Public Library has a board on Pinterest dedicated to awesome vintage menus from L.A. haunts of yesteryear. We're such big fans of the account that we decided to create a follow-up our first post about it.
Our second helping of menus is a little bit kitschier than the first. We have classics like a mid-century menu from Musso and Frank, but there's also a "House of Pizza" and the Zamboanga South Seas Cafe and Nite Club on Slauson from the 1930s (and not the 1960s, as we might have guessed).
Beautiful Vintage Menus From Classic L.A. Restaurants
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