Mark Grossich knows the sting of having success backfire.An adman turned nightclub impresario, Grossich was the force behind a four-unit upscale nightclub chain in Manhattan called Bar & Books through the 1990s. It catered to night owls of a certain age, affluence and professionalism and for whom the combination of premium spirits, great wines, classic jazz and quality cigars was a great way to end an evening.Then smoking was banned in the city’s food and drinking places and Grossich was ...
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