San Francisco's Best Old-School Restaurants. The City has seen lots of changes with the influx of people from all States and all nations. However, some of these Old School places still exist that were built on the backs of European immigrants and local fishermen. Treat yourself.
We love how the city is always changing, but sometimes we just want to sit back and experience New York the way it used to be--50, 75 or even 100 years ago. Behold, your old-school-restaurant bucket list.
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Nom Wah Tea Parlor: The Chinese food presence in New York is excellent. Various provinces are represented around the boroughs, in Chinatowns from Flushing, Queens to Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Manhattan’s Nom Wah, though—the oldest dim sum parlor in the city—is beloved by Ruth Reichl, among others, for its dumplings, pork rolls, almond cookies, and extensive menu.
It's no secret that New York City is full of hidden treasures. The secrets are the spots themselves.Many a historical establishment still exists around the city, having been preserved or continued instead of being leveled to …
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