Ernie Byfield Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight

March 10, 2018

Ernie Byfield Net Worth

How rich is Ernest L. Byfield? For this question we spent 9 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $198,9 Million.



Ernest L. Byfield information Birth date: 1890, Chicago, Illinois, United States Death date: February 10, 1950, Chicago, Illinois, United States Birth place: Chicago, Illinois, USA Spouse:Katherine Kitty Spiegel LeRoy (m. 1929–1938)

Height, Weight

:How tall is Ernie Byfield – 1,84m.
How much weight is Ernie Byfield – 59kg


Ernie Byfield Net Worth
Ernie Byfield Net Worth
Ernie Byfield Net Worth
Ernie Byfield Net Worth


Ernest Lessing Ernie Byfield (1890 – 10 February 1950) was a hotelier and restaurateur from the 1930s through the 1950s in Chicago, Illinois. Byfield operated the Hotel Sherman Co., including the Ambassador East and West, the Sherman, the Fort Dearborn and the Drake Hotels and The Pump Room and College Inn restaurants. Byfield is most famous as the owner of The Pump Room, a restaurant and bar frequented by the luminaries of the stage and screen from the 1930s to present. The Pump Room was the preferred stopping off point in Chicago for celebrities changing trains in Chicago while travelling between New York and Los Angeles. Stage and screen stars of the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s would be invited to join Byfield in Booth 1 at the restaurant and would often boast to their friends that they had lunched with Ernie while they were in Chicago. Byfield founded what has been described as the most famous restaurant in Chicago and was known for bringing theatrics to the restaurant business. The number of flamb? dishes served by his restaurant, The Pump Room, was noted and started a trend in the post-war United States. A hotelman must be a master of opposites. He needs to be a greeter and a bouncer, pious but ribald, an interior decorator and bartender, he must understand the arrangement of flowers and the disposal of garbage, he may be forced into the acquaintanceship with accouchment and embalming, he should appreciate swing music but encourage quiet, be noted as a connoisseur and competent as a plumber, he must walk with beauty, but only walk with it… Only a man of very loose moral character should accept the job. — Ernie Byfield We serve almost everything flamb? in that room. It doesnt hurt the food much. — Ernie Byfield
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