A literary nod by the Hotel New Yorker.
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This unframed print references a collection of essays written by Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. and originally published in the Atlantic Monthly in the mid 1850s. The hotel menu paid homage to it with this rather autocratic egg -- perfect to accompany you while you eat breakfast.
Sourced from: Cool Culinaria
Sourced from Cool Culinaria: Cool Culinaria seeks to bring the vintage art of dining out back to life. So in the summer of 2012, Charles Baum, Barbara McMahon, and Eugen Beer started to collect menus from all sorts of establishments: restaurants, bars and saloons, cafes, diners, drive-ins, nightclubs and hotels.They physically and digitally repair any sort of damage and give us something beautiful to hang on our walls. Cheers to them for recognizing that menus are an art form too.
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