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
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Pull up a seat. Youre invited to the best spot in town: Elaines, the Upper East Side bar and restaurant owned by quirky restaurateur Elaine Kaufman.
A true Manhattan original, Elaine nurtured young, hungry writers, artists, and performers who matured into the likes of Woody Allen, Jack Nicholson, Andy Warhol, and Norman Mailer.
In Everyone Comes to Elaine's, you'll find meaty morsels on American icons, including Jackie O., Judy, and Liza, and first-hand accounts of the night Frank Sinatra snubbed The Godfather author, Mario Puzo, and the time that Mia Farrow asked Michael Caine to introduce her to Woody Allen.
Everyone Comes to Elaine's is an insider's view of a cultural scene that closed it's doors officially in 2011, after the death of Elaine Kaufman, hostess and New York legend. There's no one better to to have told these great tales than award-winning author A. E. Hotchner, who was there all along.
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