Tadich Grill (San Francisco, California)

In 1849, during the height of the California Gold Rush, a Croatian immigrant opened the New World Coffee Saloon on Commercial Street. Like the Original Starbucks in Seattle, the coffee saloon it soon eclipsed its

Antoine's Restaurant

Antoine’s (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Being able to say a business is “Family owned and operated” is often a badge of honor, but Antoine’s in New Orleans, Louisiana, having been a family affair since 1840 takes it to another level

Sobrino de Botín

Sobrino de Botín (Madrid, Spain)

Sobrino de Botín, the oldest continuously operating restaurant in the world has been serving the fine people of Madrid, Spain since 1725. The famous Spanish restaurant was founded by Jean Botin, a Frenchman, and has

The Big Texan Steak Ranch

Big Texan Steak Ranch (Amarillo, Texas)

The Big Texan Steak Ranch in Amarillo, Texas, is a steakhouse restaurant, motel, and roadside attraction best known for its 72 ounce steak challenge. Opened in 1960 on the 4500 block of East Amarillo Boulevard,

Louis’ Lunch (New Haven, Connecticut)

The humble hamburger was created, so the story goes, in 1900 in response to a customer’s hurried request for a lunch to go. It was at Louis’ Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut that this historic

Dewar's Candy Bakersfield

Dewar’s Candy (Bakersfield, California)

Originally known as The Chocolate Shop, Dewar’s Candy in Bakersfield, California, was started 1909 by the brothers James H., and George Dewar. Dewar’s Candy has survived in its current location, as a family owned business

Laura's Candies

Laura’s Candies (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Established in 1913, Laura’s Candies stands as the oldest candy shop in New Orleans, Louisiana. In the heart of the French Quarter, Laura’s offers a combination of traditional New Orleans confections that have helped them

Pete's Tavern

Pete’s Tavern (New York, New York)

Pete’s Tavern in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan, is a historic pub and local literary attraction. Thanks in part to a somewhat strange relationship with writer O. Henry, the bar now called Pete’s has

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