Disappearing Manhattan

Tony teams up with some notable guests to visit some the quintessential Manhattan restaurants -- before they disappear completely.

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Sammy's Roumanian

Tony dines with Mimi Sheraton, former New York Times food critic, at Sammy's Roumanian, the iconic Jewish steakhouse on the Lower East Side.

157 Chrystie St., New York, NY 10002

 
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Hop Kee

Hop Keep is a plain bright '70s-style Chinese joint with old-school egg rolls and chow mein. Tony and Chris Cheung (born and raised in NYC's Chinatown and now head chef at China One) sample some of their childhood favorites.

21 Mott St., New York, NY 10013

 
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Sophie's Bar

Nick Tosches is best-known for his books about the tormented inner lives of Jerry Lee Lewis, Dean Martin and Sonny Liston. He reminisces with Tony over pints of Guinness about what constitutes a great dive bar, a tragically fading institution in NYC.

507 E. 5th St., New York, NY 10009

 

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