"Sinatra and the mob are gone, but there remains, still, a certain sentimental attachment to the way things used to be. There were rules then. A way that things were done. And when they weren’t done, there was always the desert and a hole in the ground." -Anthony Bourdain
"The Bootlegger has a reputation for being a locals’ joint. And it is. But there’s a lot of out-of-towners, too. Sentimental fools like me, who, if they don’t exactly miss Frank Sinatra, definitely miss Dino and Louie Prima and Keely Smith." -- Anthony Bourdain
"Ocean's 11" anyone?
"You know, you used to be able to go see Louie Prima, 3am, have breakfast, and then go out and watch an atomic bomb explode in the distance. I mean, that -- that’s a place I would like to live in." --Penn Jillette