122 "Classic Establishment" restaurants in New York.
Lechonera La Isla is a classic Puerto Rican restaurant in Harlem with a true plethora of pork to choose from.
Bay Root Meats is a bodega-sized Lebanese market where you should buy jars of pickled radish and wreaths of fluffy, sesame-studded bread.
If you want to eat kibbeh, or need to plan a special occasion meal, go to Lebanese spot Le Sajj in Bay Ridge
The Crabby Shack in Crown Heights serves lots of buttery seafood and sandwiches right on Franklin Ave.
Little Tonino’s Pizzeria is our go-to slice shop in Windsor Terrace.
Cafe Luxembourg on the UWS is a classic French bistro from the same team as The Odeon in Tribeca.
Punjabi Grocery & Deli is an NYC institution, like The Met or the Statue of Liberty, serving vegetarian curries and chaat on Houston Street.
Randazzo's Clam Bar is a Sheepshead Bay institution, specializing in Italian-American classics and seafood.
Brennan & Carr is a classic spot in Sheepshead Bay known for its roast beef sandwiches.
The Pizza Parlor on Staten Island is a classic pizzeria with a great Grandma-style pie.
Reggiano's makes some of the best brick oven pizza on Staten Island.
Phil-Am Food Mart is a Filipino grocery store and bakery in Woodside. Make sure to stock up on sapin-sapin while you're there.
Buenos Aires is an Argentinian spot in the East Village with great empanadas, mollejas, and provoleta.
Claudy’s Kitchen is a Peruvian spot near Van Cortlandt Park with excellent empanadas.
El Gauchito is a classic Argentinian spot in Elmhurst with great empanadas and more meat than we could ever imagine.