May 2010 Menus

Menus from restaurants featured in the May, 2010 issue of Restaurant Business magazine.

Talking about longevity
Frankenmuth, MI

London Lennie’s
Rego Park, NY

Irregardless Café
Raleigh, North Carolina

New Orleans, Louisiana

Bali Hai
San Diego, CA

How to make groups love you
21 Club
New York City, NY

Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia, PA

Hill Country
New York City, NY

The Biltmore
Miami, FL

Entrepreneur of the Month
Freebird’s World Burrito
Emeryville, CA

A closer look at executive recruiting
Islands Restaurant
Brea, CA

Claim Jumper
Irivine, CA

Original Brooklyn Water Bagel
Del Ray, FL

King’s Seafood
Costa Mesa, CA

Foodservice buyer: Desserts
San Francisco, CA

Chicago, IL

Michael’s Genuine Food and Drink
Miami, FL

Chicago, IL

Melt Bar and Grilled
Cleveland, OH

MacarOn Café
New York City, NY

Pix Patisserie
Portland, OR

Paris, France

Foodservice buyer: Cocktail mixers
Summit Bar
New York, NY

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