New York has a long list of historic eateries. From Mario's Restaurant to Fraunce's Tavern, here are some of the oldest restaurants in New York City.
Looking to experience the culinary side of Manhattan's history? Look no further than these 15 classic restaurants cherished by local New Yorkers, all of which were founded before the turn of the 20th century.
A great restaurant offers great food inside ambient atmospheres. The following 10 eateries housed inside landmarked buildings do both.
Everyone knows about New York City's Thanksgiving parade, but most don't know how New York City started the Thanksgiving feast tradition.
New York's oldest restaurants include knish bakeries, chophouses, and beer parlors, all steeped in rich history and serving classic dishes locals love.
The Waldorf-Astoria allegedly invented red velvet cake. Their recipe remained a secret until a woman shared it with the world out of spite.
Delmonico's Steak House invented the frozen dessert Baked Alaska in 1867 to celebrate the United States purchase of the Alaska Territory.
New York's 12 oldest restaurants include knish bakeries, chophouses, and beer parlors, all steeped in rich history and serving classic dishes locals love.
The Flatiron Building is the most famous triangle building in NYC, but there are many others. Check out the history of 13 buildings.
NYC filming locations in the lush crime drama, The Alienist, on TNT based on the book by Caleb Carr are based on real historic places in 1896 New York.