10 Iconic NYC Restaurants To Visit When Social Distancing Is Over | Legendary Eats Marathon



On March 17, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered all bars and restaurants in the city to close or serve only delivery and takeout in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. To pass the time during social distancing or potential quarantine, Insider is taking a look back at some of our favorite New York City eateries. From pizza and hot dogs to pastrami sandwiches and falafel, the Big Apple is never short of legendary places to eat. We visited 10 iconic restaurants in New York to see what makes these places a rite of passage for locals and tourists alike.

Episodes featured:
Katz’s Delicatessen – 00:21
Ray’s Candy Store – 7:43
Dominique Ansel Bakery – 12:57
Mamoun’s Falafel – 18:58
Keens Steakhouse – 26:18
Papaya King – 31:58
Sylvia’s Restaurant – 37:48
Peter Luger Steak House – 43:30
Lucali – 48:42
Nathan’s Famous – 57:22

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10 Iconic NYC Restaurants To Visit When Social Distancing Is Over | Legendary Eats Marathon

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32 comments

  1. I lived in NY for a year and a half, (Work) and with the exception of Katz's and some others I found most NY places over priced and not any better
    than many other cities,. LA, Frisco, (I know), Chicago, KC, New Orleans, and many other places around the country have there own great food.

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