Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin A change of pace this week. Instead of an economically-focused piece, the subject this time will be restaurants. In particular, restaurants that have closed but that are very much missed. Up front, the list is going to be a mix. Some restaurants high end, some in between, and some of the fast food or dive variety. The only commonality to them is that they were all a joy to dine in before closing. 10. Chasen's (Los Angeles, CA) – Though its address was West Hollywood, Chasen's gave off a Beverly Hills vibe that included it being on Beverly Boulevard. The high-end restaurant famously had booths on the left and right side of a seemingly narrow room, and the legend was that the side you were seated on signaled your status or lack thereof as a celebrity, businessman, or politician (the Reagans were known to darken the restaurant's doors). Very excellent French fries and red meat dishes, plus chili that regulars couldn't get enough of. 9. The Post House (New York, NY) – On 63 rd Street between Park and Madison inside the Lowell Hotel, this was the best of all the New York steak… Read full this story
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