You could write books about the goings on at Elaine's on New York's Upper East Side since its opening in 1963. And they would all be true: the good, the bad, the ugly and the beautiful. It was always a trip spending time here, Elaine's personal celebrity/literary salon, where I managed to catch glimpses, even chatted to, such a wide cross section of artists from Baryshnikov to Woody Allen, from Mick Jagger to Gregory Peck. Though I never really had a bad meal here, it was never about the food; it was an ongoing nightly show side show that usually began late in the evening until the wee hours. It was so New York, I do hope they can keep Elaine's alive...Any memories out there?