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Vincent’s is a New York restaurant with staying power. Established in 1904, the Little Italy institution is known for its famous tomato sauce, served sweet, medium or hot. Linguine is the dominant pasta on the menu, which can be prepared with a variety of fixings including seafood delights like white clam sauce, soft shell crab or scungilli. And despite how hearty the meal, the dessert menu will easily tempt diners to fit in one more bite.