One of the oldest restaurants in the city (they invented Eggs Benedict! You love that!) is celebrating its 175th anniversary the way anyone would: by opening a Midtown branch where you can score their double bone-in "John Krupa", the chicken "Marengo" with hen egg, giant prawns, and brioche croutons, and an enormous raw bar known as the "Citadel Tower".
1. Delmonico's Kitchen
207 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018
Delmonico's is a truly iconic New York institution, boasting a globally-inspired and seasonal approach to dining that uses organic and local ingredients. The result? Bestselling menu staples with savory twists, such as steak, eggs Benedict, and Baked Alaska -- all which help maintain the centuries-old sterling steakhouse reputation.