Cool Culinaria Ultimate Giclee Prints on 130lb paper. Printed in USA.
Each print is accompanied by an 11x17" copy of the interior menu
The original J H Ireland Grill Room opened in Chicago in 1906 and was one of the windy city's best-loved restaurants. Proprietor Jim Ireland expanded the property over two decades, adding a Lobster Grotto, a Marine Room and a banqueting hall modeled after the saloon of a passenger ship. The infamous gangster John Dillinger often dined at JH Ireland - he liked the frogs' legs - and famed attorney Clarence Darrow ate a victory dinner at the restaurant at the end of the famous Leopold and Loeb murder trial. This 1940s menu cover by folk artist Charles Jerred, in wonderfully vibrant shades of green and red, showcases what was one of Chicago's best-loved restaurants and is a Cool Culinaria best-seller.
Source: Private Collection.