10. Peter Luger’s Steakhouse
Chuck Rhoades and Adam Deguilio (Rob Morrow) dig into a hearty meal at this historic Williamsburg restaurant. Known for its no credit card policy and high-quality cuts, the restaurant is one of the oldest in New York City. It first opened in 1887 as Carl Luger’s Café, Billiards and Bowling Alley. Carl, who was Peter Luger’s nephew, ran the kitchen. After Luger’s death, the restaurant was auctioned off and bought by Sol Forman, a neighboring business owner. Since 1950, the restaurant has been run by the Forman family and has since earned a Michelin star.