New York: already the name evokes novelty, innovation and continuous renewal… and if you want to discover something that’s there, Manhattan and surrounding areas, from a century or two? Here are some businesses that “resist” (or rather, they are successful) for generations, and that is worth visiting! We start this little series of posts with the restaurants and the like.
A must is the Oak Room, the restaurant of the famous Plaza Hotel, corner of Central Park South and Fifth Avenue: Here, from 1907, you can dine in a truly unique atmosphere, and prices are surprisingly affordable. Or you can opt for a dinner at 21 Club, which takes breccia from 1929 in two steps from Broadway. Here, too, like the Oak Room, all things considered affordable prices ($20 a plate), but stricter dress code: jacket and tie compulsory for men, banned sneakers and jeans for both sexes! Continue reading “The “old” New York: Historic Restaurants”