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      • Midtown's Best Old School Restaurants...

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      '21' Club Over the past 90 years, this clubby scene has changed a modest amount, slightly relaxing the dress code and adding a bar to order snacks and drinks. Although the menu changes pretty frequently, you can always get their classic burger or chicken hash. Keens Steakhouse 127 years. If you're down to spend some dough in Herald Square, it offers some of the best dry-aged steaks and a legendary mutton chop. If not, head to the bar and order a mini-mutton chop or prime rib hash. PJ Clarke's PJ Clarke's is the place to go for an amazing cheeseburger and one of the best Manhattans on the island. They also serve oysters and offer a bar scene with a fun vibe. Grand Central Oyster Bar Dating back to the age of Grand Central itself, this place is not only about the oysters. It is a massive restaurant on a global scale -- it ships its seafood in from all around the world. 21 Club: 21 W 52nd St., bet. 5th and 6th Aves. Keens Steakhouse: 72 W 36th St., bet. 5th and 6th Aves. PJ Clarke's: 914 3 Ave. at E 55th St. Grand Central Oyster Bar: 89 E 42nd St. at Grand Central
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