Cartoons: Dining Out

With these restaurant cartoons, laughter is always on the menu!


A diner and a waiter in a restaurant
Henry Syverson
December 25, 1948



Restaurant patrons pay a bill
“Nonsense – you’re our gue… uh, well, here’s our half.”
Walter Goldstein
January 1, 1949



A mother and her daughter at a diner. Patrons wait behind them while the daughter finishes eating.
“I have a terrible time getting her to eat more slowly!”
Tom Hudson
January 1, 1949



A waiter with a bruised eye speaks to dinner patrons
“I’m sorry, sir… I don’t give suggestions any more.”
December 31, 1949



A waiter speaks to a diner patron
“Sir, do you want that businessman’s lunch with an olive or a twist of lemon peel?”
Bob Schroeter
January 5, 1963



A woman speaks to her date at at restaurant table
“I’d better be getting home now, Herbert—my interest rate is dropping.”
February 1, 2013



A restaurant patron speaks to his waiter while holding up a ketchup bottle. There's a huge pile of katchup on the table in front of the patron.
“Honest! All I did was tap the bottle twice!”
April 1, 2002



Restaurant patrons sit at a dinner table. The waiter presents a plate with a ball in a catcher's mitt.
“Who ordered the ‘catch of the day’?”
Bill Maul
February 1, 2009



Waiter talks to dinner patrons with wine-stained, bare feet
“This is one of our most recent vintages.”
Roy Delgado
September 1, 2011


Cartoons: A Dog’s Life


Man and his dog in a vet's office. The dog has his hand over his forehead in a melodramatic manner.
“Sir, are you implying that my dog is a hypochondriac?”
Bill Yates
January 07, 1956


A friendly dog has her legs on a woman's lap
“Just tell him you don’t care for dead squirrels, Mrs. Goulard.”
Linda Walter
December 18, 1943


A man and his dog walk near a beware of dog sign
Bob Scharty
December 28, 1957


A dog sits across from his owner at a dinner table.
“If I were you I’d do something for that throat, dear.”
January 04, 1958


A dog and her owner on a walk
Henry Syverson
December 21, 1963


Two boys stand close to a large dog, roughly the same height as they.
“He can’t sit up or heel, but he can turn on the television and open the refrigerator!”
Randy Glasbergen


A dog sits in a recliner, with the foot rest out.
“I tried to teach him to sit. He learned to recline.”
Roy Delgado
May 1, 2011


Two dogs drinking martinis at a bar
“I majored in obedience at school, but then never pursued it.”
January 1, 2013