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Frankie and Johnny's days are numbered: "...the man on the phone said, yes, they were closing, but he had no idea exactly when. Through the end of the year might be a possibility...It was not unexpected, but it still hurts. Frankie and Johnny's, a former speakeasy, opened in 1926, when Coolidge reigned, and is one of the oldest steak joints in the City." [Lost City]

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