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Famed NYC restaurant finds decades-old menus, notes and letters

  • 1.  Famed NYC restaurant finds decades-old menus, notes and letters

    Posted Mar 16, 2020 12:31 PM
    "For an individual, it's almost a cliché of personal discovery: while poking around in Grandma's attic, you stumble upon a trunk stuffed with long-lost family artifacts. But for a venerable old restaurant - particularly a defunct one carved up over the past 15 years by a costume jewelry store, a tattoo parlor and an Arby's - such a find is markedly more surprising.  Nonetheless, that's essentially what happened to the new owners of Gage & Tollner, the Brooklyn landmark that dished out steak and seafood in an evocative, gaslight-era atmosphere on Fulton Street from the late 19th century until 2004, and that will reopen March 15...."

    Read the full story: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/06/realestate/found-in-the-attic-at-gage-tollner-historic-treasure.html

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