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The Restaurants of Old New York

hotelchefs.jpgEven the best of today's hotel restaurants can't hold a candle to the grandeur of those in hotels past. As part of their Hotels Week, Curbed NY has a look at some of the long lost luxury hotels of the early 20th century, where banquet halls and chefs in toques came standard. Among the many extravagances, note the Biltmore restaurant lined with cherry trees, the Hotel Astor's long rows of wine barrels, and the table the size of a banquet hall at the Ritz-Carlton. [Curbed NY]

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