Sopranos club "Bada
Bing" selling off stripper poles and more
The club owned by the Sopranos
family in the famous HBO mafia drama "Bada Bing" is cashing in
on the furniture.
contract the real-life "Bada Bing" club owners had with HBO
during the filming of the famous original series "The Sopranos"
prevented them from renovating the building, but once the show
was over, the club made famous by Tony Soprano and the rest of
the gang is cashing in on the furniture.
And the stripper poles which could be
seen "occupied" on almost every episode, will be the first to
get auctioned off. The pool table, the purple men's room sign
and even the bar, all of this is up for grabs. The owners of
Bada Bing will even sell the bar stools on which Tony Soprano
often sat with the rest of the crew to discuss dirty business
and share gangster stories. The club will remain open during the
renovation and if you want to catch a final glimpse of the mafia
spot, it's on Route 17, next to 41 Robinson Road in Lodi, New
But this is not an isolated case. The
owner of the building that fronted for Satriale's pork store in
Kearny, favorite hangout spot for the Sopranos and his boys,
plans to sell bricks from the facade as he demolishes it. The
bricks would sell for around $100 apiece.
Published on 08/20/2007