Give me a cheeseburger, some jalapeno poppers and a bag of cocaine, please.
Police padlocked a T.G.I. Friday's in the Financial District after the eatery's workers allegedly turned a blind eye to drug dealing at their bar for at least seven years.
Many of the drug buyers were Wall Street traders, brokers and bankers who liked to spend their nights getting high after the market spent the day going low.
"It was common knowledge that after work, if you needed martinis, mozzarella sticks or marijuana, this was the place to go," a source told The Post. "It's the place with the three M's."
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