How to Cite a Menu in APA, MLA or Chicago
When citing a menu, model the citation after a book.
For title, use whatever best describes the menu, for example “Macaroni Grill Restaurant Menu.” For publisher, you may want to use the name of the restaurant. For the place of publication, this may be the restaurant location. Year published should be when the menu was created, which is probably the same year you referenced the menu.
If you’d like, after the citation is created, using our advanced edit -> custom edit feature, you can add “Menu” as a description following the title, to make it clear to your reader that you are citing a menu. In MLA and Chicago, be sure to separate this description with a period. In APA, the description should follow the menu name and be placed in brackets with no period separation.
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