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  • Ian Abercrombie, the British stage actor best known as Elaine's boss Mr. Pitt on Seinfeld, has died.

    Ian Abercrombie, Elaine's Boss on Seinfeld, Dies at 77

  • Some friends and I who used to go there in the '80s went to Elaine's for old time's sake a few months after Elaine herself died and shortly before the restaurant announced it would close.

    Howard Kissel: Orsini's

  • The food was not as bad as Elaine's but given that Italian cuisine in the '60s and '70s was undergoing a revolution in this country -- we had discovered that there was more to Italian cooking than tomato sauce -- the blandness of Orsini's kitchen was in its own way amazing.

    Howard Kissel: Orsini's

  • Unlike Elaine's, which cultivated the aura of a dump, Orsini's was elegant.

    Howard Kissel: Orsini's

  • Since Elaine's death, Roy's been working on setting up a foundation to benefit the arts in Tupelo.

    Authors and others

  • Elaine's, once a hangout for writers, artists, athletes and other cultural heavyweights, closed in May after nearly 50 years.

    Table Available at Elaine's

  • Elaine's is gone, but those who want to own a piece of the iconic Upper East Side restaurant will now have their chance.

    Table Available at Elaine's

  • I feel that this is the best—and frankly only—way I know to share Elaine with those she cared about most—her Elaine's family.

    Table Available at Elaine's

  • When we go out in New York uptown, we go to Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle, Elaine's or Elio's.

    Jack of All Spades

  • Elaine's on the Upper East Side has long been a place where famous New Yorkers have come to celebrate.

    Diane's? Elaine Kaufman Left Restaurant To Longtime Manager

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