NEW YORK CITY RESTAURANTS

Lombardi’s / 32 Spring St, Nolita / 212-941-7944 / 11:30am-12:00am

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Founded in 1905, Lombardi’s is the first known pizzeria in the United States, an honour bestowed upon them by the Pizza Hall of Fame. Its simple yet classic coal oven baked pizza keeps both locals and tourists returning to the Nolita pizzeria. Fun fact: In 2005, Lombardi’s offered entire pizzas for 5 cents (their 1905 price) to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the store.

Rainbow Room / #65, 30 Rockefeller Plaza / 5:00pm-12:00am / 212-632-5000

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At floor 65 of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, The Rainbow Room is the second highest restaurant in New York City. Drawing similarities to the Round Room in Carlu, the Rainbow Room features a revolving dance floor, a live orchestra, and a view of that iconic NYC skyline.

Russian Tea Room / 150 W 57th St / 212-581-7100 / 11:30am-11:30pm

The Russian Tea Room initially opened in 1927 by members of the Russian Imperial Ballet, and quickly grew to become a famous hotspot for the entertainment’s elite. While it is still a second home for celebrities like Jermaine Jackson and Levi Johnson, it can also be spotted in episodes of shows like Sex and the City and Gossip Girl. Thanks to their assortment of food dishes – ranging from vegetarian to gluten-free, the Russian Tea Room remains one of New York’s classic restaurants.

The Russian Tea Room initially opened in 1927 by members of the Russian Imperial Ballet, and quickly grew to become a famous hotspot for the entertainment’s elite. While it is still a second home for celebrities like Jermaine Jackson and Levi Johnson, it can also be spotted in episodes of shows like Sex and the City and Gossip Girl. Thanks to their assortment of food dishes – ranging from vegetarian to gluten-free, the Russian Tea Room remains one of New York’s classic restaurants.

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