Open daily for lunch and dinner, this sleek Italian restaurant features an Art Deco design and offers an oyster bar, with their famous gorgonzola garlic bread, and delicious dishes including Chianti- braised short rib and seafood fritto misto. Wash it all down with a glass of wine from our extensive collection.
About the New Yorker Hotel:
According to Joseph Kinney, the chief engineer and unofficial archivist of the New Yorker Hotel (an ancillary enterprise not of this magazine but of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church), three types of inquisitive visitors regularly make pilgrimages there: (1) electrical engineers and technology enthusiasts; (2) people interested in U.F.O.s, anti-gravity airships, death-ray weapons, time travel, and telepathic pigeons; (3) Serbs and Croats. (A guest last year, Bozidar Djelic, the deputy prime minister of Serbia, inscribed for Kinney a copy of his book “Serbia: Things Will Get Better.”)
Let's make the hotel mangers the 4th Group.
"Electrical Engineers, Time Travel UFOs, Serbs and, the Hotel Managers" What better combination would we like?