The iconic Frankie and Johnnie’s opened in Manhattan in 1926 and became a dining and drinking favorite of Broadway celebrities. It has since become one of the most famous steakhouses on Manhattan’s main stem and regularly boasts of such loyal customers as Tom Selleck, Dustin Hoffman, Woody Allen, Janet Leigh, Ben Vereen, Jackie Mason and Tony Curtis, to name a few. The oldest speakeasy in the city, in the same location for over 90 years…now legitimate of course, it still echoes the exciting guilty charm of the old days when show biz names, big politicos, even the gangsters, all got in with the slogan “Joe sent me…” Frankie and Johnnie’s is a must-visit for anyone interested in the city’s culinary lineage. OFFER INCLUDES ALCOHOL.

32 West 37th Street and 320 West 46th
New York, NY

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