Pricier Than The MenuWilly Stern
Unquestionably, there is an aura to the `21' Club. In 75 years, the former Prohibition-era speakeasy has been the haunt of Humphrey Bogart and F. Scott Fitzgerald, the host to every U.S. President since Franklin D. Roosevelt. In the private-stock area of its musty wine cellar, Elizabeth Taylor's bottle of 1964 Chateau Lafite-Rothschild rests just above Ivan Boesky's favorite red. And its famous hamburger is priced at $21.50--though fries are included.
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