A more or less straightforward guide to Manhattan's restaurants, night clubs, hotel supper rooms and ""drink-and-look...

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DINING, WINING AND DANCING IN NEW YORK

A more or less straightforward guide to Manhattan's restaurants, night clubs, hotel supper rooms and ""drink-and-look boites' frequented by cafÉ society and others, containing much information relating to costs and customs likely to prove of help to after-dark explorers in quest of gastronomic excitement and novelties, dancing and other entertainment"" -- sums this up neatly. Includes three haunts of cafÉ society, ten restaurants of premier order, a briefer cataloguing of others. American and English --foreign -- bars -- after theatre entertainment -- the Village --the big hotels -- Swing and the best Swingsters -- the all night places. Food, drink, highlights and prices. Amusing introduction by Lucius Beebe. Designed for out-of-towners primarily.

Pub Date: Feb. 10, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Dodge

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 1, 1937