Mouquin, Henri Marc
|born on||11 October 1837 at 02:00 (= 02:00 AM )|
|Place||Aubonne, Switzerland, 46n30, 6e24|
|Timezone||LMT m6e24 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||17°32' 08°02 Asc. 29°47'|
A Swiss-American restaurateur, he emigrated to the United States at a young age, settled in New York City and there in 1857 opened what would become a well-known French-inspired restaurant, Mouquin, on 28th Street and Sixth Avenue, a favorite haunt of artists. The restaurant later became the subject of paintings by William Glackens and Everett Shinn. However, Mouquin closed the doors of his restaurant to protest Prohibition. He died December 24, 1933, at 1:30AM, on his farm near Williamsburg, VA according to his obituary. Prohibition had recently been repealed but too late for this restaurateur who in his time owned three restaurants, celebrated vintage wine and good food, and refused to enter the machine age, never owning an automobile or a telephone.
- Work : Start Business 1857 (restaurant)
- Death, Cause unspecified 24 December 1933 at 01:30 AM in Williamsburg, VA (Age 96)
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From Sy Scholfield from "a newspaper obituary: “Henri Mouquin Dies on His Farm at 96,” New York Times, 25 December 1933, pp. 1+"
- Lifestyle : Home : Expatriate
- Personal : Death : Long life more than 80 yrs (96)
- Vocation : Food and Beverage : Restaurateur