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.
A city of its own until 1898, Brooklyn is home to many of the city's oldest institutions. Restaurants and bars are no exception and here we take you through some the borough's oldest dating back to 1887.
New York's oldest restaurants include knish bakeries, chophouses, and beer parlors, all steeped in rich history and serving classic dishes locals love.
A gathering of famous (wax) figures are helping to fill up the dining room at Peter Luger Steakhouse in NYC!
New York's 12 oldest restaurants include knish bakeries, chophouses, and beer parlors, all steeped in rich history and serving classic dishes locals love.
John Donohue, a former editor at The New Yorker, has set out to create visual documentations of New York City's 24,000+ restaurants through illustrations.
Few establishment can stand the test of time. This list of places in NYC is based on Laura Brienza's book New York's Historic Restaurants, Inns & Taverns.