NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A restaurant in midtown Manhattan will be paying tribute to Ol’ Blue Eyes on Friday.

Frank Sinatra would have turned 99 today.

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To mark the occasion, Patsy’s Italian Restaurant on West 56th Street will hold a special luncheon featuring live music and Sinatra’s favorite dishes, including Frank’s Veal Milanese and a ricotta torte for dessert.

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The eatery is famous for being one of Sinatra’s favorite restaurants.

Patsy’s said the event is sold out.

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