Menu Design in America: Taschen Book Party
About the book: Gorgeous. Lovingly curated. Well organized. Heavy. Expensive ($59.99; how do you think they can afford all that cheese?). Totally worth the investment for culinary historians and food nerds, alike.
As the last menu in the book is from Spago, it was fitting that last night's party was catered, in part, by the restaurant, which is just down the block from Taschen's Beverly Hills outpost.
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