When Everybody Ate at Schrafft’s:

Memories, Pictures, and Recipes from a Very Special Restaurant Empire
by Joan Kanel Slomanson

October 2007 | $16.95 | Paperback | ISBN: 978-1-56980-335-6

Once upon a time, there were famous restaurants named Schrafft's—more than fifty of them in New York City and other parts of the Northeast, plus a bevy of beautiful restaurant/motor inns from New England to Florida. This charming book recalls the fondest memories from this unique restaurant chain. It includes recollections from such notable personalities as Liz Smith and Helen Gurley Brown, authentic recipes, and a variety of photos and drawings. Slomanson does an excellent job looking back an era that is gone, but not forgotten.