With the impending closure of the 74 year-old New York classic diner Prime Burger, it's hard not to get a bit nostalgic. Although many of the city's most famous and beloved lunch counters have faded into the past, a few around town still offer a glimpse into a different era of dining; a time of egg creams, swiveling stools, and 25 cent coffees. From counters with old-school soda taps to collectable Coke bottles, Eater's got a guide to 12 old-time lunch counters around NYC.Read More
A Guide to New York's Old-Time Lunch Counters
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B & H Dairy Restaurant
Eisenberg's Sandwich Shop
Lexington Candy Shop
Jahn's Ice Cream Shop
Cup & Saucer
The 7th Avenue Donut Shop
Viand Coffee Shop
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