Actually, most of them are not "matchless" at all. I have a collection of match books, spanning 35 years.
Both front and rear views; in some cases, they are the same.
Top: Possibly my most important one, now that it no longer exists:
The World Trade Center, Windows on the World Restaurant, on the 107th
floor. We visited there in 1976, I believe.
The View: from the Marriott Marquis in NYC. The view from that place is unparalleled in New York, and it rotates! If you want to sit by the windows, prepare to wait for days for a seat to open up.
Petunias: a restaurant in New Orleans, which I went to, but have no memories of.
La Ferme de Mougins - France. My daughter brought these to me. She spent the summer in Zurich one year, and travelled all over Europe, the lucky girl!
Papa-Razzi: a great restaurant in Georgetown, DC, owned by a Georgetown University grad. He hosted a cocktail party and dinner here during the last class reunion my hubs and I went to.
Sonora Cafe: in Los Angeles. I remember going here one evening during a "Special Event" convention. I do not remember the food.
Z'Tejas Grill: in Scottsdale, AZ. My daughter and I ate here during a trip to the Grand Canyon, and I still remember their catfish appetizer. The plate was so large and the catfish brimming over the sides were so excellent that I would really like to go back to Scottsdale just for another meal!
Peter Luger's Steakhouse in Great Neck, NY. I ate here with my husband and his parents on Father's Day, 1988. They had bragged and bragged about this place "it is world-reknowned, everyone eats here, yada, yada" and guess what, I didn't care for it. My steak was full of gristle and fat, and the creamed spinach they had touted was pasty and under-seasoned for my taste. They never let me live it down. Supposedly I am the only human to ever eat at Luger's and not fall deeply in love with the place. Sue me.