Dedicated to all out-of-towners, this is a guidebook to the ""new"" New York which is more than Broadway, The Village and...

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EARL WILSON'S NEW YORK

Dedicated to all out-of-towners, this is a guidebook to the ""new"" New York which is more than Broadway, The Village and Chinatown, but all those swinging places from cafe to delicatessen society and where to go if you're a celebrity hunter (lots of names are dropped). Along with a dictionary on argot, there's how to talk to cab drivers; where to see- Carbo for instance, or secure striptease supplies; an inventory of night clubs, a tour of the quartiers, theatre, the Street, and an extensive list of restaurants (but almost no indications of what the tab will set you back), and special insets by special contributors. In energetic colloquialese, and studded with """", this is for your visiting playboy.

Pub Date: May 19, 1964

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1, 1964