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Goodbye Paper Menus? Restaurants Test The Water For Tablets

Goodbye Paper Menus? Restaurants Test The Water For Tablets

| October 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Digital menus may help diners make more informed choices about restaurants’ food and drink options. And they may boost restaurant profits, too: Sales have increased 23 percent since one Florida restaurant introduced tablet menus in September.

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Old Hawaiian Menus Tell Story of Local Fish and Their Demise

Old Hawaiian Menus Tell Story of Local Fish and Their Demise

| August 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

An ecologist wondered if Hawaiian menus might help explain what happened to Hawaii’s sea turtle population. But the menus revealed another marine tragedy: that local fish numbers had dropped to about a tenth of what they once were.

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“San Francisco Eats” Exhibit at Main Library

“San Francisco Eats” Exhibit at Main Library

| December 12, 2010 | 0 Comments

Anyone thinking that a California cuisine didn’t exist until Wolfgang Puck put smoked salmon on a pizza should head over to the San Francisco Main Library and get a mouth-watering education at San Francisco Eats, a delectably entertaining exhibit of historic menus, photographs, and other restaurant ephemera (matchboxes! matchbooks!) on display now through March 20, 2011.

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