The “legacy lives on” at this 1929-vintage “Midtown institution”, a former speakeasy and current “bastion” of “true NY” that “retains its cachet” with “playfully elegant” looks (i.e. the barroom’s famed “hanging decorations”) and “smooth” staffers delivering “classic” American plates; the experience includes upstairs private rooms, a jackets-required policy and a “big price tag”, though the $49 pre-theater prix fixe is a veritable “bargain.”
21 Restaurant is located in Manhattan and serves American cuisine.Click to see map »
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