The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) recently released a new online exhibit, “Menus: The Art of Dining.” We heard about this exhibit while listening to public radio. (Don’t panic. We accidentally landed there while searching for ’80s music.)
Check out this amazing exhibit.
The exhibit is a fascinating look at vintage restaurant and hotel showroom menus, many of them from Las Vegas. Some of our favorites are from Flamingo Las Vegas and Caesars Palace. Such rich, delicious histories!
Listen to the NPR story online here.
This menu collection is so much fun to browse through! As a Las Vegas blog, not surprisingly, we eat this stuff up. (See what we did there?)
Granted, some of the prices in Vegas have gone up a bit since these early menus were printed.
This online exhibit is a glimpse into the colorful evolution of dining in Las Vegas. Have fun, and thanks to UNLV for making this exhibit available to Las Vegas fans around the world.
Go here to see today’s dining options at Caesars Palace and Flamingo. Hey, we had to include a little marketing at some point.