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The Resy Guide to New York’s Classic Restaurants

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You couldn’t tell the story of New York without its restaurants. Tightly woven into the fabric of the city, these classic venues are the living remnants and keepers of time-honed traditions and tales, detailing immigration patterns, culinary tendencies, social happenings, and so much more.

From Prohibition-era speakeasies and Chinese eateries to Jewish delicatessens and chophouses, here are the bastions of old New York.

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