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But, set in the soulless, superficial, status-seeking world of 1980’s New York finance, name-drops dozens of restaurants and clubs that actually did exist during that era, the elite NYC hot spots where you and I would have absolutely no shot of ever getting in (admit it! Or have the Dorsia’s of the world been replaced by Shake Shacks and Duane Reades? The locations below are presented in the order they appear in the film.
Well, almost everything: they did pay attention to their food.
The club features a restaurant, hotel rooms, a gym, and other amenities.
Address: 89 South Street @ Pier 17 Status: Gone (1986 – 1991) Replaced by: Sequoia How To Secure A Reservation: Just show up (though, er, might want to read the reviews) History: Opened in 1986 by then New Jersey Generals quarterback Doug Flutie, Flutie’s-Pier 17 was a restaurant at the South Street Seaport covering 15,000 square feet, with views of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Harry took a number of jobs and soon found himself at Del Monico’s.
After working his way up the ranks to management, he opened Harry’s in 1972 in the historic India House building (once home to the NY Cotton Exchange, the first commodities market in the US), which quickly became a Wall Street institution.
The Colonnade Row buildings were among the first to be landmarked in New York City in 1965, and while current owners have been talking about restoration for decades, nothing has yet taken place.