Louis Lunch, New Haven


Louis Lunch has served hamburgers since 1895 in New Haven, Connecticut.

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After spending several hours at the Yale University Art Gallery I walked to Louis Lunch. The door was closed and a wet paint sign was on the door. I found out that they close the entire month of August for the last 109 years for their annual inventory of spoons. So I did not have a hamburger at the birthplace of the hamburger. Famous for their hamburgers Louis Lunch has been open since 1895. The only topping available at Louis Lunch is tomato, onion and cheese.

The building is quite small and obviously old and very intesresting. The drawing below was done from photos I took that day. This original painting is watercolor with pen and ink.

Louis Lunch

Size: 10″ x 13″
Media: watercolor with pen and ink.
Genre: Landscapes
Signed by the artist front and back.

Louis Lunch in New haven, CT pen and ink with watercolor drawing by PJ Cook

Artist Notes: This marine art painting is an original work of art by PJ Cook. Original watercolor is 10″ x 13″ size and will fit into a ready-made picture frame. Watercolor painting is shipped for free with tape for you to mount into a frame with an inner mat. Professional materials used throughout. Signed by the artist front and back. If you are in South Florida area this painting can be picked up otherwise it can be shipped. Can be purchased with a quality mat and picture frame, contact for details. Thank you for your interest in my original art and please contact me with any questions.

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