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Hidden Vintage New York Hotel Menus Unearthed

I found these spectacularly beautiful menus from The New Yorker Hotel when I was on assignment for Interior Design magazine. Joe Kinney, the hotel’s chief engineer informal archivist, has over the years amassed scores of menus, door hangers and other hotel memorabilia, most of which date from the 30s and 40s.

To see more of menus, go to Big World Magazine.

To read my New York Times story about the entire collection, click here.

One of the New Yorker Hotel’s collection of menus from the 1939 World’s Fair.

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Greenmarket Tours with Butter and Savoy Chefs Slated for September

If you want a glimpse of how chefs buy at the Greenmarket, these two farm-to-table tours with Alex Guarnaschelli of Butter and Peter Hoffman of Savoy may be just the ticket.  Afterward, you get to eat a meal at each chef’s restaurant prepared from what they’ve gathered at the market that day. Here are the details for these two events:







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