Classic New York City Hotels, Bars, Restaurants | Sometimes, newer isn't always better. We're trading in New York's latest restaurant and bar openings for some of the city's most awesome old-school haunts. #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/old-new-yor
Convent Avenue, Harlem ~ Residential thoroughfare, which mainly runs through Hamilton Heights and the City College campus, is a master class in New York neighborhoods that bridge old and new. It’s home to historic homes that, according to the Municipal Art Society of New York, were graced by the likes of Duke Ellington, Jimmy Rushing, and Cab Calloway, and more industrial campus buildings and low-rise apartments.
Looking for the perfect Fourth of July road trip? Travel up the eastern seaboard to some of the most patriotic cities in America. From Arlington to Boston and New York City, these cities bleed red, white, and blue.
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.