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Place Explorer: Food & Drink

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
Hinsch's Bay Ridge Brooklyn Old-fashioned luncheonette in Bay Ridge
Horn & Hardart Automats Midtown Manhattan Restaurants that pioneered waiterless service
Indigo Cafe and Books (former) Fort Greene Brooklyn Black-owned bookstore, cafe and community space, now online
Jahn's Ice Cream Parlor Jackson Heights Brooklyn Last Jahn's Ice Cream Parlor location in NYC.
Jahn's Ice Cream Parlor (former) Richmond Hill Queens Classic ice cream parlor famous for heaping servings
James Beard House Greenwich Village Manhattan Chef James Beard lived and worked here, and it now houses the James Beard Foundation
Jennings Street Market (site of) Crotona Park Bronx Market where charismatic vendors sold foods and sundries
Johnny's Reef Restaurant City Island Bronx A classic seafood restaurant on Long Island Sound
Julius' West Village Manhattan A neighborhood bar
Junior's Restaurant Downtown Brooklyn Since 1950, a restaurant serving legendary cheesecake
Katz's Delicatessen Lower East Side Manhattan A classic delicatessen, open since 1888
Kossar's Bialys Lower East Side Manhattan Oldest Bialy Bakery in the United States
Koster & Bial's "The Corner" (former) Flatiron Manhattan Site of theaters and burlesque halls closed by anti-vice police
Kum Kau Chinese Food Clinton Hill Brooklyn A favorite Chinese restaurant
L&B Spumoni Gardens Gravesend Brooklyn Pizzeria serving Sicilian slices and Italian ices since 1939
La Marqueta (formerly Park Avenue Market) East Harlem Manhattan Indoor market serving East Harlem
Latin American Coffee Shop (former) Chelsea Manhattan Restaurant that served Latin American and classic American diner food
Lemon Ice King of Corona Corona Queens Italian ices have been sold here for over 60 years
Lenox Lounge Central Harlem Manhattan Historic jazz club, home of the famous Zebra Room
Leo's Latticini (Mama's) Corona Queens Famous for its Italian sandwiches and fresh mozzarella
Leon's Bake Shop (former) Marine Park Brooklyn This bakery was an institution
Little Spain and La Nacional Social Club & Restaurant Greenwich Village Manhattan Spanish-speaking New Yorkers have long gathered here
Madiba Restaurant Fort Greene Brooklyn Fort Greene restaurant serving South African cuisine
Magic Table at the Hotel Edison Cafe Midtown Manhattan Gathering place for magicians for a half century
McGuirk's "Suicide Hall" (site of) East Village Manhattan Notorious dive bar known for the suicides that took place there
McSorley's Old Ale House East Village Manhattan Established in 1854, an icon of old New York
Mike's Coffee Shop Clinton Hill Brooklyn A popular neighborhood diner
Milano's Bar SoHo Manhattan Last of the old Bowery bars
Minetta Tavern Greenwich Village Manhattan Italian restaurant in the Village since 1937
Montero's Bar and Grill Brooklyn Heights Brooklyn Longtime gathering spot connected to Brooklyn's seafaring past
Moore Street Market Williamsburg Brooklyn Popular market, offering Caribbean and Latin American goods and produce
Mott Street, between Grand & Hester Streets Chinatown Manhattan The second heart of Chinatown
Nathan's Coney Island Brooklyn Coney Island's famous hot dog vendor
National Biscuit Company Factory (former, now Chelsea Market) Chelsea Manhattan A former factory, now reused as Chelsea Market
New Market Building Lower Manhattan Manhattan WPA-era Fulton Fish Market building
Niers Tavern and Bar Woodhaven Queens Formerly the Union Course Tavern and the Blue Pump Room, a classic watering hole for over a century
Nom Wah Tea Parlor Chinatown Manhattan New York City's oldest dim sum restaurant
Nuyorican Poets Cafe East Village Manhattan A popular forum for poetry slams
Old Town Bar Manhattan Atmospheric saloon, established in 1892
Park Slope Food Co-op Park Slope Brooklyn The country's oldest food co-op
Pfaff's Cellar Tavern at the Coleman Hotel NoHo Manhattan Frequented by artists and writers, including Walt Whitman, in the mid 19th century
Philip's Candy (former) Coney Island Brooklyn Until 2001, a handmade candy shop in Coney Island
Piemonte Home Made Ravioli Little Italy Manhattan Little Italy Pasta Experts
Porto Rico Importing Company Greenwich Village Manhattan Village institution offering coffee, spices and specialty foods
Postcrypt Coffeehouse Morningside Heights Manhattan Since 1964, a gathering place at Columbia University
Prime Burger (former) Midtown Manhattan Hamburger Heaven from 1938-2012
Queens County Farm Museum Floral Park Queens The city's largest working farm and a historical site
Ralph's Famous Italian Ices Port Richmond Staten Island Original location of the legendary Staten Island summer shop
Red Hook Community Farm Red Hook Brooklyn An urban farm working closely with the Red Hook community
Red's Candy Store Parkchester Bronx A children's gathering place