Restaurant Row

Cavanagh's Ashtray

$165.00

John J. Cavanagh's original 23rd Street restaurant consisted of only an oyster bar with 12 tables. Tammany Hall politicians and prize-ring figures flocked to the place, quickly built it into a flourishing business. CLICK HERE for more information

Chateau Henri IV Restaurant Ashtray

$149.00

With castle-like decor and violin music, Chateau Henri IV once provided a hideaway for illicit lovers. Offered is a rare memento of a visit to Chateau Henri IV, a genuine tabletop ashtray. CLICK HERE for more information


Cheetah Ashtray

$165.00

The Cheetah opened in April 1966 as a sophisticated nightspot with spotted fur wallpaper, inspired by the era's French discotheques. Offering an ashtray from the golden age of glamorous smoking. CLICK HERE for more information

Commodore Hotel Ashtray

$69.00

42nd Street's Grand Hyatt Hotel was originally the Commodore Hotel, built in 1920 and named after Commodore Vanderbilt, the railroad tycoon who built Grand Central Station. CLICK HERE for more information


Copacabana Ashtray

$125.00

New York City's Copacabana reigned as one of the town's most glamorous night spots from its opening in the 1940s until well into the 50s. Offering an authentic artifact, swiped from a table of the legendary club. CLICK HERE for more information

Copeland's of Harlem Ashtray

$129.00

The heart and soul of Harlem, Copeland’s Restaurant closed its doors forever in 2007, but we've found an artifact of this legendary “soul food” restaurant, a genuine tabletop ashtray. CLICK HERE for more information


Dangerfield's Comedy Club Ashtray

$195.00

In 1969, comedian/actor Rodney Dangerfield co-founded this comedy venue, now the oldest in the country. It was a venue in which Rodney could perform on a regular basis, without having to constantly travel. Offering a "respectable" ashtray from the club's early days. CLICK HERE for more information

Danny's Hideaway Ashtray (Original)

$245.00

Danny’s Hideaway was a beloved New York restaurant and bar that specialized in steaks, filet mignon and lobsters, and was frequented nightly by famous names in entertainment and sports. Offered is a rare memento from the original Danny's Hideaway. CLICK HERE for more information


Dinty Moore's Ashtray

$195.00

James Moore, who called himself "Dinty," was notorious in the 1920s for his flagrant disregard of Prohibition, endearing him to the hard-drinking celebrity set. An authentic artifact from the legendary watering hole. CLICK HERE for more information

Dorrian's Red Hand Ashtray

$195.00

Its history dates back to grandfather "Red" Dorrian's bootlegging days in the 1920s, and by the 1960s this Upper East Side hangout had become a pillar of a social institution for brothers of Sigma Phi. CLICK HERE for more information


Fifth Avenue Hotel Ashtray

$129.00

The Fifth Avenue Hotel, built in 1856 by Amos Richards Eno, became host to numerous notable guests including Boss Tweed, Jay Gould, Jim Fisk and Commodore Vanderbilt. Offered is a memento of a visit to the famed hotel, a genuine guestroom ashtray. CLICK HERE for more information

Forum of the Twelve Caesars Ashtray (1957-1975)

$75.00

Legendary restaurateur Joe Baum created a parade of legendary spots, including the Forum of the Twelve Caesars. Designs for the restaurant extended beyond the interiors, to tabletop details including a magnificent ashtray. CLICK HERE for more information


Gallagher's Steak House Ashtray

$175.00

Gallagher's, founded in 1927 by Helen Gallagher, a former Ziegfeld girl, evolved into Broadway's first steakhouse, with wood-paneled walls filled with photos of racehorses. Offered is a rare, 1940s-era ashtray from the legendary steakhouse. CLICK HERE for more information

Governor Clinton Hotel Ashtray (1929)

$129.00

Named for George Clinton, the first governor of New York State, built in 1929 in the Italian Renaissance style, the Governor Clinton Hotel had 32 floors and was 378 feet high. CLICK HERE for more information


Henry Stampler's Filet Mignon Ashtray

$145.00

Besides operating two of the busiest steakhouses in the city during the "Mad Men" era, Henry and Dan Stampler are credited with inventing the "doggie bag" in 1948. Offering an authentic ashtray from Henry Stampler's Filet Mignon, now out of favor along with cigarettes. CLICK HERE for more information

Hotel Algonquin Ashtray

$295.00

The Algonquin Hotel is a wondrous accretion of legend left behind by countless wits, wags, actors, playwrights, and novelists. Offered is a venerable relic that someone swiped from the legendary hotel. CLICK HERE for more information


Hotel Astor Ashtray

$149.00

With the opening of the Hotel Astor, William Waldorf Astor helped to transform the very idea of the hotel into an ostentatious showcase for the lifestyles of the extremely wealthy. CLICK HERE for more information

Hotel Delmonico Ashtray

$89.00

Residents of the Hotel Delmonico included columnist and TV personality Ed Sullivan, banker Oliver Harriman, and New York Governor Charles S. Whitman. Offering a rare guestroom ashtray from the Hotel Delmonico. CLICK HERE for more information


Hotel Dixie Ashtray

$169.00

The Hotel Dixie opened in 1930, the same year as the Chrysler Building. It had entrances on 42nd Street and 43rd Street, and the Central Union Bus Terminal occupied the basement. CLICK HERE for more information

Hotel Edison Ashtray

$69.00

One of the oldest hotels in Times Square, the Edison was built in 1931 in the same Art Deco style as the Radio City Music Hall. The loan-shark murder scene in The Godfather was shot in the hotel's restaurant. CLICK HERE for more information