53 "Classic Establishment" restaurants in New York.
Union Square Cafe is a classic New York City restaurant having it's second life in a new space. The good news? It's still as good as ever.
The original Blue Ribbon in Soho, in which you can eat bone marrow, fried chicken, and oysters from a white table cloth at 3am. What a world.
Di Fara is the best slice of pizza in New York, and worth every bit of the $5 and 30 minutes of waiting that it will cost you.
Legendary thin crust pizza that you should make the trip to Coney Island for.
Russ & Daughters is a smoked fish museum of deliciousness that people come from near and far to experience. A true NYC classic.
Raoul's has been a Soho institution since the 70’s, and if you can't have a good time here, you probably can't have a good time anywhere.
There’s something about pounding cheap beers and burgers here that makes you feel like anything is possible. When we finally decided it was go time for “Immaculate” Infatuation, we were sitting in ...
Legendary steaks, and a legendary burger at lunch. Peter Luger's is a New York restaurant institution, but you don't need us to tell you that.
It may be past its prime, but Nobu's flagship restaurant in Tribeca remains a very special place for Japanese food.
A long time Infatuation favorite. Blue Smoke is still serving some of the best BBQ you can find in NYC.
Russ & Daughters has finally expanded, after 100 years in business. Now you can sit down in a comfy booth while you enjoy your lox, and it's glorious.
Katz’s Deli isn’t just a Classic NYC Establishment, it’s a landmark that deserves government funding at this point.
A red sauce Italian restaurant that's been operating in Williamsburg since 1900, AKA the year that the bartender at Prime Meats thinks he was born in.