SOME of New York City's top financial firms have banned their executives from having business lunches at the Hawaiian Tropic Zone, a Times Square restaurant where waitresses wear slinky bikinis and sarongs, because they think it's too much like a strip club.

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Morgan Stanley (MS), Lehman Bros. (LEH) and Smith Barney have not only told employees not to entertain clients there but also won't accept receipts from the eatery on expense accounts, reports The Post's Jeremy Olshan.