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What’s On the Menu? Vintage Items from Coronado Eateries

The Coronado Library will host a talk by author, food-blogger and culinary historian, Martin Lindsay on Thursday, October 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the Winn Room. He will discuss how local restaurants have contributed to our cultural history.

The talk will tie in to the library’s exhibit entitled, “What’s on the Menu,” a display of a collection of vintage menus and objects from Coronado eateries. Highlights include Hotel Del menus from 1930-1960 (one is autographed by the cast of Some Like it Hot), La Avenida, Oscar’s Drive In, The Chart House, the Little Chalet, Grumpy Dan’s Grill, Bula’s, Rhinoceros Café and Costa Azul. Some newer menus featured include Chez Loma, The Henry, Feast & Fareway and Little Frenchie. It gives a snapshot of how menu items, graphic design and food prices have changed over the years.

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Martin S. Lindsay is an art director, with 40 years of experience in branding and design. His firm serves the San Diego arts community, foodservice and restaurant industries. He is a contributor to Tim Ferriss’ bestseller “The 4-Hour Chef,” and blogs about food and history. His forthcoming book will be released in November: Ninety Years of Classic San Diego Tiki, 1928-2018: Celebrating San Diego’s Polynesian Pop Culture, Tiki Restaurants, Bars and Cuisine. You can read his blog on classicsandiego.com

The talk is free and open to the public.

 

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