The iconic New York City restaurant is closed indefinitely.
According to the union president, who represents restaurant workers, the famous 21 clubs will dismiss all employees by early March.
21 clubs have existed since 1930, when Manhattan became Manhattan’s most famous Prohibition-era Speakeasy. The Midtown restaurant is well known for its jockeys lined up on the balcony above the entrance. The interior bar room is adorned with memorabilia from patrons, including donations from President John F. Kennedy and President Bill Clinton.
The president of the 21 Club union says he believes that if the pandemic is controlled, the iconic restaurant will somehow return.
21 clubs closed indefinitely
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