Frank Sinatra’s NYC restaurant haunts: Patsy’s, P.J. Clarke’s and more

Admit it: You kind of wish you were a member of the Rat Pack.

Frank Sinatra would have turned 101 on Dec. 12, and what better way to remember the Chairman of the Board than to dine like him?

Sinatra is a native of Hoboken, N.J., right across the river, but the crooner — who sang perhaps the most famous version of “New York, New York” — was inexorably associated with the city.

Of course it’s been a while since Sinatra, who died in 1998, was a fixture of New York City’s dining scene, so some of his favorite spots have been lost to time. But some of his haunts are still around and serving food — perhaps a testament to how the best things tend to last.

Jillian Jorgensen