What research value could a menu possibly have?
We've seen a lot of students in the library lately doing research on food or some variety of, shall we say, "gastro-history." Thanks to our Archives volunteer, Joe, we've recently reorganized
In 1909, the Watrous Bar and Café was called “the largest, finest and most completely equipped bar and café in the West” by the newspaper
Why Was Denver Oyster-Crazed During The Late 19th Century?
Pell’s Oyster House was part of the Denver dining scene for 56 years. In 1881, George W.
Learn more about a Denver restaurant where diners were greeted by a chatty, feathered hostess.
The Blue Parrot Inn, 1718 Broadway, appeared on the Denver dining scene in the early 1920s (the 1923 Denver city directory is the first to note it).
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