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J. CLARKE’S LIVES ON These days, people come to New York to not be able to do the things they already can’t do at home. Smoking bans, dancing bans, midnight closings of places that used to be up all night, chain restaurants, and brand new malls have made Manhattan seem like an outpost of Atlanta. But there was a time when the city was a glamorous place where artists and writers and actors came because they couldn’t be themselves anywhere else. Starting around the s, bars and clubs like El Morocco, the Stork Club, Jilly’s, and P. J. Clarke’s attracted the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Eugene O’Neill, and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

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