NEW YORK The final curtain began descending Wednesday on Tavern on the Green, the glittering, fine-dining showplace that flamboyant impresario Warner LeRoy used to call his crown jewel. The restaurant, which officially closed Dec. 31 after more than 30 years in business, is now the site of a huge, three-day auction. The LeRoy family, who took over operation of the famous Central Park eatery after Warner LeRoy died in 2001, is looking to raise some $8 million to pay off ...
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