Exhibit at UM’s Hatcher Graduate Library commemorates dining out

. December 1, 2015.
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Dining out has become a recognized American pastime, and an exhibit at UM’s Hatcher Graduate Library plans to commemorate that fact. Dining Out: Menus, Chefs, Restaurants, Hotels & Guidebooks features a sure-to-make-you-hungry collection from all 50 states, highlighting all eating establishments, from restaurants to clambakes to diners. There are even menus from railroad dining cars and ocean liners. You’ll also see guidebooks from all over the world, including rare guides about where one could eat in ancient Greece and Rome.

Free
UM Hatcher Graduate Library, 913 S.

University Ave.
734-764-0400
www.lib.umich.edu hatcher-graduate-library

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