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Published: June  24, 2014

21 Club

Officially opened on January 1, 1930, ''21'' is one of Americaís most famous speakeasies from the Prohibition Era. Designed with its own disappearing bar and a secret wine cellar to hide the ilegal liquor from prying eyes, itís a place where celebrities and captains of industry have wined and dined for more than 80 years. There are few more unique or tempting roof landscapes anywhere in the world. Every inch is occupied with a fabulous variety of sports and industrial memories, all donated by customers. There is a model of a torpedo boat PT-109 President John F. Kennedy, baseball bat Willie Mays, a replica of Air Force One President Clinton, tennis rackets Chris Evert and John McEnroe, even a golf club Jack Nicklaus.

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Address :

21 W 52nd St New York, 10019

Phone :

+1 212 582 7200

Schedule :

LUNCH Monday-Saturday: 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm DINNER Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm Tuesday: 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm Friday: 5:30 pm to 11:00 pm Saturday: 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm

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Published: June  24, 2014

21 Club

Officially opened on January 1, 1930, ''21'' is one of Americaís most famous speakeasies from the Prohibition Era. Designed with its own disappearing bar and a secret wine cellar to hide the ilegal liquor from prying eyes, itís a place where celebrities and captains of industry have wined and dined for more than 80 years. There are few more unique or tempting roof landscapes anywhere in the world. Every inch is occupied with a fabulous variety of sports and industrial memories, all donated by customers. There is a model of a torpedo boat PT-109 President John F. Kennedy, baseball bat Willie Mays, a replica of Air Force One President Clinton, tennis rackets Chris Evert and John McEnroe, even a golf club Jack Nicklaus.