John Donohue is an artist and writer based in New York. His articles and cartoons have appeared in The New Yorker, the New York Times, and Barron’s, among other publications. He is the author of All the Restaurants in New York and A Table in Paris.
"I love John's spare, romantic, quirky portrayals of iconic New York restaurants so much that I purchased over a dozen of his prints to hang around my office. These places come to define our lives in New York—that job right next to Balthazar, that boyfriend who lived above Prune, that interview that took place at ‘21’ . . . They deserve this spotlight, this tribute, and I'm so pleased to see all of his work collected into book form so fans like me can flip through them wherever and whenever." — Amanda Kludt
"John Donohue is the Rembrandt of New York City’s restaurant facades. His collection is an invaluable, evocative guide to the ever-changing, slowly vanishing landscape of the city’s great dining scene. It belongs on the bookshelf of every devout chowhound and fresser." — Adam Platt
"Nostalgia-stoking, visually transporting, and appetite-inducing—All the Restaurants in New York is an emotional trip down memory lane for those of us who count our favorite restaurants as cherished personalities and members of our family." — Danny Meyer
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