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Where modern restaurants came from
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  1. Destiny kevin says:

    I am pretty sure restaurants with a menu existed before the Song Dynasty in China. At least since the Tang Dynasty that preceded it with quite a few famous poems describing the scenes.

  2. iggy says:

    love to see my alma mater but it's weird seeing you talk about restaurants I've eaten at… lol. went to the irish lion for my 21st birthday dinner, got some wings and a big ass beer. it was nice. bloomington's a nice place. it'd be nicer if that fucking campus weren't there

  3. Sven Lima says:

    A bistro can't be a restaurant because (what I heard) the word "bistro" comes from Russian and means 'fast'. According to this definition a bistro would be a fastfood "restaurant" or at least an eating place where you don't stay for a long time.

  4. Isaiah Ayers says:

    Well done video, as usual. Love learning about history. One small thing though, Mr Adam; interestingly, Napoleon Bonaparte wasn't actually "short." By our standards, sure, I believe he was 5'8", but for his people in his time, that was a rather average height. The myth about him being very short was actually perpetuated by his enemies to make him seem more weak and less heroic.

  5. Dan Sanders says:

    Hi, I'm actually a Roman archaeologist and I want to correct a small point. We actually know that in Rome they absolutely knew about menus. They had them in their brothels. There are a few preserved frescoes from Pompeii as well as some contemporary written sources that talk about a variety of food on offer in a variety of different taverns, ranging from what we would call fast food all the way to "regular" sit down restaurants. Several scholars suggest restaurants as we understand them would have absolutely been a thing in Rome, at least in certain major prosperous cities. Otherwise, this video was great and very informative, love your stuff.

  6. Athina92 says:

    in America restaurants are completely different to the rest of the world.
    You got all this fake, hypocritical table attending nonsense and that ludicrous tipping culture.
    Also, Americans with their narrow-mindedness and their tendency to over simplify everything, they have pillaged the meaning of words like "cafe", "brasserie", "bistrots".

  7. Bradley Thornock says:

    Total side note, but one of my friends back in high school was totally obsessed with the movie Breaking Away, and Adam’s “Cutters” shirt brought back some fun memories. Thanks for that

  8. Mellie says:

    Fun fact. In ancient Rome, they had what i consider to be restaurants. they had large heated counters where you could choose between several prepared dishes. You could eat in, if you were rich and sometimes gladiators would sign the walls( though they could be a bit violent inside due to brawling) or you could take your food away. Most of the urban population had to eat this way as thier dingy packed apartments didn't have room for kitchens and cooking would have burned them down anyway.

  9. Eric Dew says:

    Great video. Not sure the relevance of Bloomington IN. Were you trying to infer that even in the rustiest of the rust belt states, one can go find a smorgasbord of international cuisine? Bloomington is a college town, which immediately adds a cosmopolitan flare to the surrounding neighborhood.

  10. JPDillon says:

    It's a shame nobody in the comments has yet acknowledged the "Breaking Away" homage Adam was wearing throughout the video. One of the best coming-of-age/sports movies ever made!

    Adam, you should have added a clip about the Dad complaining about "I-tey food"!

  11. Ron G says:

    I had dinner in a restaurant recently that was founded in 1631, Gastwirtschaft Schlappeseppel in Aschaffenburg Germany. Although it may have started out as a brewery.

  12. p l says:

    Interesting vid Thx 🙂 I think it's to easy to pick some scholar on a subject like this and believe it to be anything more than their thoughts from their perspective, they are trying to impose their definition rather than admit well we really don't know , a restaurant is different things to different peoples over time , are the dogs women carry in purses dogs or the first dogs known to exist the only dog , my guess is what we think of as restaurants goes back a good 4000 years and probably 6000 easily , a place where you go sit or squat ask what there is to eat and say ok i want this not that . we are picky eaters given the chance by nature aren't we lmao

  13. Peter Breis says:

    ….but, but, but, but Americans invented everything, even before there was America!

    According to wikipedia the first known reference to an institution that served food to strangers (one meal only) was in 512 BC Egypt.

    Also both Rome and Greece had public eating places, thermopolium (place where hot food is served).

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