7 edition of Everyone Comes to Elaine"s found in the catalog.
March 30, 2004
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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InHarperEntertainment published “Everyone Comes to Elaine’s: Forty Years of Movie Stars, All-Stars, Literary Lions, Financial Scions, Top Cops, Politicians and Power Brokers at the Legendary Hot Spot,” by A. Hotchner, a longtime customer and writer. Elaine's was a bar and restaurant in New York City that existed from to It was frequented by many celebrities, especially actors and authors.
It was established and owned by, and named after, Elaine Kaufman, who was indelibly associated with the restaurant; Elaine's shut down several months after Kaufman : New York City.
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