6. The Russian Tea Room

Isaac picks up his son from his ex-wife, who is currently writing a book about their break-up after leaving him for a woman. After debating with his son to get a smaller toy boat, Isaac takes his son to the Russian Tea Room for lunch. Opened in 1927 as a place for Russian expatriates to meet, it later became a place where you could see the most important people in the entertainment industry. It closed down in 2002, but reopened in 2006 with its original look intact. No word on whether they will still give you a spare jacket.