94 "Classic Establishment" restaurants in New York.
El Riconcito is a Dominican restaurant in the East Village that’s been around for over 20 years and makes some fantastic mofongo.
The Richmond Town location of this nearly century-old Staten Island ice cream chain has a bunch of picnic tables where you can eat a sundae.
Summit Diner is a classic rail car-style diner where you’ll find one of the best Taylor Ham and eggs in New Jersey, or anywhere.
Visiting the Original Chinatown Ice Cream Factory is an iconic ice cream experience that every New Yorker and tourist alike needs to have.
An exclusive, cash-only Italian spot with ten tables, lots of celebrity clientele, and regulars with standing reservations.
Arthur’s Tavern is a small live music bar in the West Village that’s been around since the ’30s.
Lucali is a walk-in-only spot in Carroll Gardens that serves the best pizza in New York City.
Café Boulud is a casual sister restaurant to Daniel, but there’s not very much that’s casual about it.
Capizzi is a one-room pizza place in Hell’s Kitchen. If you’re looking for a meal near Port Authority Bus Terminal, this is probably your best bet.
White Mana is a 24/7 diner in Jersey City that’s been serving small, inexpensive smash burgers since the 1930′s.
Landmark Diner is a time capsule in Soho that you should rely on for cheap eggs and pancakes.
If you’re looking for steak in Williamsburg, Peter Luger is the obvious answer. But DeStefano’s also serves great steak, and its worth a visit.