Brian McDonald was a few years sober when he took a job as
bartender at the renowned Elaine's restaurant on Second Avenue at
88th street in Manhattan. During his eleven years at Elaine's, he
saw, served, and overheard many famous customers, from Woody Allen
to Kurt Vonnegut to Mick Jaggar. He also developed a unique
friendship with Elaine herself. "Last Call At Elaine's" is an
intimate look at the well-known and beloved restaurant, its owner,
and its famous literary and luminary clientele.
At the same time, McDonald's memoir is the deeply personal story of
how a bartender became a writer, fell off the wagon and got back
on, and found himself through the window of a very famous
restaurant. "Last Call at Elaine's "is Brian McDonald's colorful
and sensitively drawn memoir of drinking, serving, writing, and
finding his way out from behind the bar.
St Martin's Press
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