|First Class Dining Section on the Titanic, 1912|
BUT NOT FORGOTTEN—The restaurants aka food service in this blog are very much part of history. They’re gone. This isn’t an obit, but rather a Retro Files remembrance to when these eateries were in their prime and very much part of the human experience.
|Dining room aboard the German airship Hindenburg, April 1936|
|Windows on the World Restaurant, Manhattan, 1990s|
|Astrodome Club, Houston, Texas 1970s|
|Elipsos TrenHotel between Barcelona and Paris service ended 2013.|
|Cliff House Restaurant, Circa 1900, San Francisco CA|
|Dining Room aboard the Hindenburg with observation windows on the left, Circa 1936|
|First class dining saloon aboard the Lusitania, sunk May 7, 1915 by a German submarine|
|Dining cabin aboard the Boeing 314 flying boat, which saw service as the Pan Am Clipper, which carried 74 passengers and had a 3,400 mile range. Image circa 1939.|
|1929 image of dining room aboard the German Graf Zeppelin on its around the world cruise|
First class dining room aboard the cruise ship Normandy, a magnificent example of art deco in its prime. Circa 1936.
|Grand dining room of the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Imperial Hotel, Tokyo, Japan, circa 1923|
|Outdoor mess hall American Civil War, Union troops, Circa 1864|
|North Beach's (San Francisco) famed media bar, circa 1980|
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