This 1918 Roadhouse Dinners Menu is from an unidentified location. Roadhouses were mostly located on the edges of towns or along a road. Often with rooms to let they were essentially Inns, serving food and alcohol to travelers.
Courtesy The Culinary Institute of America Menu Collection
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