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In business since 1837, Delmonico's Restaurant revolutionized the way we eat out: these guys literally invented eggs Benedict, lobster Newberg and baked Alaska, among other now-standards, and changed the face of fine dining in early America. The financial district location looks exactly like you’d expect from an old-school steak house—deep hues, dark woods and understated opulence in which to enjoy the huge Delmonico rib-eye and the Parmesan creamed spinach.