One of New York's historical restaurants is where noteworthy people such as John Steinbeck once dined. This was a go-to speakeasy during prohibition, although now you can enjoy spirits peacefully. The jockeys lining the balcony were presented by wealthy patrons in the 1930s, painted with the colors of their stables. The rooms are adorned with antique toys and sports memorabilia also donated by patrons. The menu is has a variety of fish and meats but expect to pay a premium; a burger costs around $40.