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Broome's, Seattle 1937 Menu Art
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Broome's, Seattle 1937 Menu Art Broome's, Seattle 1937 Menu

Broome's, Seattle 1937


This 1937 die-cut menu from Broome’s, a diner-style restaurant located in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle, is a feast of puns. The artist also took a lot of care with the interior menu, with drawings of the main dishes, folksy descriptions of the food and a few jokes. Clearly the owner took great pride in his establishment and certainly didn't mind people taking his menus away as a souvenir. 

Courtesy Brad Holden.

Each print is accompanied by a copy of the interior menu where available.

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