When restaurateur Philip Scotti, Arnold Penner and a group of investors bought P.J. Clarke’s in 2002, they had no other plans than to resuscitate the then-bankrupt New York institution known since 1884 for burgers, beer and conversation. But in the restaurant world, Scotti said, “There’s always a surprise or two.” Since closing, renovating and then reopening the iconic bar and restaurant in 2003, The Clarkes’ Group has opened five new P.J. Clarke’s ...
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