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Immerse yourself in history as you settle into a seat at the Long Bar of The Waldorf Astoria. Formerly the Shanghai Club—an early 1900s gentleman’s club where gangsters and merchants gathered over cigars and spirits—the Long Bar was restored to its handsome, 34-meter-long glory and preserved the original’s dark, masculine ambience. Bowtie-sporting staff fastidiously work behind the bar preparing the original New York Waldorf’s signature cocktails like old fashioneds and “zazas” made famous before the “Big Drought” in 1919. Each night, a soulful female jazz singer livens up the room by crooning alongside a piano player.

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Immerse yourself in history as you settle into a seat at the Long Bar of The Waldorf Astoria. Formerly the Shanghai Club—an early 1900s gentleman’s club where gangsters and merchants gathered over cigars and spirits—the Long Bar was restored to its handsome, 34-meter-long glory and preserved the original’s dark, masculine ambience. Bowtie-sporting staff fastidiously work behind the bar preparing the original New York Waldorf’s signature cocktails like old fashioneds and “zazas” made famous before the “Big Drought” in 1919. Each night, a soulful female jazz singer livens up the room by crooning alongside a piano player.