Fodor's Expert Review The Edison
The glitz and glam of the Roaring '20s is alive and well in the Edison, where the decor serves as tribute to the power plant that once occupied these premises. Black-and-white silent films are projected onto the walls, and tasty nibbles and artisanal cocktails are served (in a private room, if you prefer). There's live entertainment many nights, from jazz bands to burlesque shows to magic. A dress code means no shorts, jerseys, hoodies, flip-flops, tennis shoes, or collarless shirts.