No explanation was necessary for
the 1960s menu listing veal Parmesan
for $3.50. Renovation plans for the
room are still in the works, and will be
completed this year, but Connie plans
to keep the authentic art deco bar and
the bartender, who appears to have
come with the building.
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You Want a Side of
Vivaldi with That?
The waitress takes your order, returns
promptly with bread and wine, and then
rings a small brass bell. Forks pause midair. Conversations stop. All eyes are on
the young server.
“I’m going to sing an aria from Puc-
cini’s La Ronde,” she announces brightly.
Uh-oh. Can she pull it off? She does.
Brilliantly. Winning over even those
who prefer Gorgonzola ravioli to
opera. It’s no gimmick. When waiters
at The Victor Cafe cluster around a
table to sing “Happy Birthday,” you’re
not at Chuck E. Cheese’s, you’re at
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to a photo of a