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August 19, 2019

20 Cool Pics Show New York’s Restaurants in the 1950s and 1960s

A set of cool pics from The Cardboard America Archives that shows what restaurants in New York looked like in the 1950s and 1960s.

Stouffer's Top of the Six's, 666 Fifth Avenue, New York  

China Peace Restaurant, 200 West 44th Street (Cor. of Broadway), New York

Gripsholm, an American restaurant in the finest Swedish tradition, 324 East 57th St., New York

Heidelberg Restaurant, 1648 Second Ave. (bet. 85th & 86th St.), New York

Inn of the Clock, United Nations Plaza, 48th Street, East of First Avenue, New York 

Janssen's Restaurant, Lexington Ave. at 44th St., New York

Knickerbocker Grill, Chinese and American Restaurant, 152 West 42nd St. at Broadway, New York

Le Coq Rouge, 65 East 56 Street, New York 

Madame Romaine de Lyon Restaurant, 133 East 56th Street, New York

Saito Restaurant, 131 West 52nd Street, New York 

Sardi's, 234-36 West 44th Street, New York 

Scandia Restaurant, 45th St. West of Broadway, New York

Shun Lee Palace, 155 E. 55th Street, New York

Stockholm Restaurant, 151 West 51st Street, New York 

The Divan Parisien Restaurant, 17 East 45th Street, New York

The King of the Sea Restaurant, 53rd Street at 3rd Avenue, New York

The Lorelei, 231-35 East 86th St. Between 2nd & 3rd. Ave., New York

The Village Barn, 52 West 8th Street, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, New York 

The White Turkey Restaurant, 38th Street and Madison Avenue; 12 East 49th Street, off Fifth Avenue; 300 East 57th Street and 2nd Avenue, New York

Zucca's Italian Garden, 116-118-120 West 49th St., New York




1 comment:

  1. Heidleberg is still there and still looks the same.

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