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“Sorry. We’re Closed”: Classic Food Restaurants That No Longer Exist

Beefsteak Charlie’s

Beefsteak Charlie’s opened its doors in Manhattan, New York, way back in the year 1910. The restaurant started getting popular and rose to fame when they became known for taking care of their customers by spoiling them.


Source: mentalitch.com

How did they spoil them? By providing patrons with all-you-can-eat salad and shrimp. Then, of course, there were all the alcoholic accompaniments to come with the meal, like sangria, beer, and wine.