In Celebration of 30th Anniversary, Inside Edition Becomes Part of 21 Club's Iconic Ceiling of Memorabilia
The ceiling also features gifts from JFK and Jimmy Fallon.
The iconic 21 Club in New York City is making room for Inside Edition on its famous ceiling of memorabilia.
In celebration of Inside Edition’s 30th anniversary, a show microphone is getting its own spot at the world-famous restaurant, where it will rest above the VIP section of the dining room.
The microphone will now be added to the 21 Club's legendary ceiling of memorabilia that includes football helmets, toy trucks and even a model of the Goodyear blimp.
“You have to be a regular at 21," Avery Fletcher, the 21 Club's director of sales and marketing, told Inside Edition. "You have to dine with us frequently. We have to know you."
Inside Edition's microphone joins historic pieces, like a model of PT-109, which was gifted by President John F. Kennedy. It was the naval boat he commanded during World War II.
Also on the ceiling is a microphone from Jimmy Fallon, which was donated after his finished hosting Late Night in 2014.
21 Club general manager Teddy Suric additionally showed off the secret tunnel used during prohibition that leads to a secret wine cellar. Inside there are private bottles of wine that was reserved for such high profile customers as President Richard Nixon, President Gerald Ford and Elizabeth Taylor.
Through the cellar, there is another secret door which opens up to a private room filled with various vintage wines.
Suric called it “one of our crown jewels.”
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