7. Gargiulo’s (1907)

On Coney Island, Gargiulo’s has been operating since 1907, first by the Gargiulo family and then by the Russo family since 1965. Serving classic Neapolitan cuisine, it moved from its original location on Mermaid Avenue to 2911 W 15th

Street in the 1920s, and the Russo family later opened a 300-seat catering hall. Gargiulo’s facade has changed a bit since the early days, but retains some of the arched windows you can see in historic images. Like Bamonte’s, the waiters still serve in tuxedos but switched to iPads instead of notepads for orders a few years ago.