The Heidelberg Inn in 1908 was a little piece of Germany transported to San Francisco, with German food, beer and design. There was “a bohemian atmosphere, filled with camaraderie,” according to one newspaper report. This beautifully designed menu cover was printed by the Louis Roesch Company of San Francisco. The interior menu and wine list is just as interesting, filled with beautifully drawn characters.
Courtesy Lou Greenstein
Each print is accompanied by a copy of the interior menu where available.
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