Boy, Not Much Has Changed Since This WWII-Era Map Was Made By the Golden Pheasant Restaurant

The five-star-rated San Francisco EATS Exhibition continues in the basement and the “6th Floor Skylight Gallery” (Note to self: Say what now, Skylight Gallery?) of our Main Public Library on Larkin.

Here’s a part of the ephemera and whatnot they’ve got down there – a useful map of the bay area with all the landmarks and cities laid out.


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“San Francisco Eats showcases the culinary delights that can be found in the San Francisco Public Library’s collections dating back to the mid 19th century and will serve as a visual feast for visitors of all ages. From the Gold Rush to Slow Food, San Francisco has never stopped being a beacon of gastronomic delight.

This exhibition includes menus, historical photographs, an array of food writers, cookbooks and culinary history, ephemera such as coasters and matchbooks, and San Francisco food inventions, including gadgets and signature dishes.

Exhibition is on view in both the Jewett Gallery, Lower Level and Skylight Gallery, Sixth Floor.

The San Francisco Public Library is dedicated to building its collections and welcomes your donations.  For more information on how to submit or donate, contact the San Francisco History Center at 415-557-4567.

HeadphonesCheck out the Opening Program: Food for Thought Podcast

Related Exhibitions and Events

*San Francisco Eats
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Main Library, Skylight Gallery – 6th Floor
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*Lights! Camera! Cuisine!
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Western Addition’s “On the Same Page” Book Discussion Group
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*The Fortune Cookie Chronicles: Adventures in the World of Chinese Food
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*Mochitsuki — Japanese Rice Cake Making Party by Kagami Kai
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Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Main Library, Children’s Center – 2nd Floor
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Main Library, Latino/Hispanic Meeting Room B
An Extravagant Hunger: The Passionate Years of M.F.K. Fisher
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Main Library, Latino/Hispanic Meeting Room A and B
A Little Piece of Earth
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