New York City has been welcoming immigrants for hundreds of years and each new group leaves its mark on Gotham’s cuisine. If you are traveling to New York for work or fun, you have plenty of fine dining options.
Or you could save a few bucks and eat like a local at a historic restaurant. Let’s face it: classic New York-style thin crust pizza and savory cheesecakes will satisfy your hunger more than small plates at some scenester hot spot.
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Lombardi’s claims to be America’s first pizzeria and was licensed by the City of New York way back in 1905.