Everyone knows that the power pack--and on Monday that included Henry Kissinger, Oscar de la Renta, Charlie Rose, Pete Peterson, Philip Johnson, Anna Wintour and Joni Evans--sit downstairs when lunching at New York's Four Seasons. But when Edgar Bronfman Jr. showed up for his lunch appointment, he specifically asked to be seated upstairs. And he always does. But now that Edgar has become one of the biggest media players in the world, this could start a stampede up the steps.

Madison Avenue in the East 60s has turned into a hot area for stores and restaurants. Now, Eric Clapton's getting into the act. He's one of the investors in a new restaurant that will open on 69th Street between Park and Madison next month.

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