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Quest Magazine

Quest Magazine

Elaine’s to Reopen as the Writing Room - August 16, 2013 Attention Upper East Siders: Elaine’s—the restaurant at 88th Street and Second Avenue owned ’til 2011 by the beloved Elaine Kaufman—will reopen in the fall as the Writing Room. According to Zagat, restauranteurs Michael and Susy Glick of Parlor Steakhouse are keen on honoring the legacy of the space, which has seen scribes such as Candace Bushnell and Norman Mailer, creating an authentic, delicious experience for diners.

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Zagat

Zagat

Scene Magazine

Scene Magazine

Sometimes you just want to go to a bar where you know everyone else’s name. Woody Allen claimed he was “crushed” when Elaine’s closed in 2011. If you were an aspiring writer in Manhattan, you may have been, too. Cheer up! The iconic restaurant at 1703 Second Avenue that nightly wined and dined (and wined again) intellectual luminaries from Norman Mailer to George Plimpton is reopening under the name the Writing Room. Suzy and Michael Glick of Parlor Steakhouse are overseeing the transformation and promise that “the Elaine look to it will still be there, and inside you’ll know...

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Scene Magazine

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New York Observer

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Metro

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