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Funny you ask. I saw an old post with a fantastic font the other day and it made me sad I wouldn't know where to find it's name. Hope someone can help!

 

 

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If you try dafont, you can actually type in the word "menu" under script and compare. I've found out a couple fonts that way!  

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Looking at this again, I don't believe this is a standard font. Notice how the 2 "a"'s in "Salad", the 2 "e"'s at the end of "entree" and the 2 "s"'s in "dessert" are not identical?  If this were a font, all of the letters of the same kind would look the same.

 

In this case, the stationery designer probably either lettered this by hand then scanned it or they input it directly into the computer with a Waco tablet. 

 

But if you go to or 1001fonts.com (select keywords like "handwritten" and "script") or dafont.com (select script > handwritten) you might find something similar that will work for you.  On both sites you can type in your specific text (like "menu") and it will show you that text in the various fonts.

 

Good luck!

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