Tavern on the Green in Central Park in New York City, NY
During its early years, Tavern on the Green was known for its spacious dance floor that offered nightly dancing to live music, surrounded by Elm trees and twinkling lights. As the century progressed, the restaurant was frequented by famous artists and celebrities such as Grace Kelly and Fay Wray. John Lennon celebrated several of his birthdays at Tavern on the Green in the late '70s, and it was the restaurant of choice for opening night festivities of Broadway shows.
Brooklyn Cider House in New York City
Caroline's on Broadway
Chinatown Ice Cream Factory in New York, NY
City Winery in New York City
Cotton Club in Harlem, NY
Dizzy's Club in New York City