"The Russian Tea Room Cookbook"

$95.00

A collector’s item by Faith Stewart-Gordon, former owner of New York’s most extraordinarily beautiful and famous restaurants, the Russian Tea Room. Offering a rare First Edition copy. CLICK HERE for more information

"The Lutece Cookbook"

$45.00

Lutèce, the renowned landmark French restaurant closed its doors, ending a 43-year run as a pillar of French dining in the United States, but the recipes live on in The Lutece Cookbook. Offering a rare First Edition copy. CLICK HERE for more information


"The Cattleman’s Steak Book"

$45.00

Larry Ellman’s New York City institution recaptured the charm and elegance of a plush San Francisco saloon at the turn of the century, and became one of the nation’s most successful restaurants. 200 recipes capture the flavor of "the adult Western restaurant." CLICK HERE for more information

"The Manhattan Chili Co. Cookbook"

$45.00

A truly remarkable Southwest American cookbook. Recipes in The Manhattan Chili Co. Cookbook are devised by partner Michael McLaughlin, co-author of The Silver Palate Cookbook. CLICK HERE for more information


"The Colony Cookbook" (First Edition)

$75.00

This book tells the story of the late great Colony restaurant, gathering place of socialites and notables, gourmets and potentates. It was the kind of place that helped build the New York legend. Exclusive recipes from the restaurant included. CLICK HERE for more information

"The House of Chan Cookbook"

$45.00

This vintage cookbook includes 100 recipes from New York's legendary Chinese restaurant, The House of Chan, from Chop Suey to Almond Cookies. Offering a rare First Edition copy. CLICK HERE for more information


"An American Place Cookbook"

$29.00

This remarkable cookbook includes 300 recipes from Larry Forgione, the “godfather of American cuisine.” Forgione’s cookbook was the recipient of the James Beard "Best American Cookbook Award." CLICK HERE for more information

"Cooking a la Longchamps"

$45.00

New York City's famed Longchamps restaurants built a forty-five year reputation on gracious dining. Cooking a la Longchamps includes 100 recipes for dishes most requested by Longchamps' patrons, liberally spiced with wonderful restaurant stories. CLICK HERE for more information


"Campagna Table"

$75.00

Mark Strausman's pastas were legendary, and in his limited-edition cookbook, the chef teaches the reader how to prepare them at home, including the restaurant's signature dish, Penne A.O.P. CLICK HERE for more information

"Rodney Dangerfield's Cookbook"

$75.00

In Rodney Dangerfield's Cookbook, recipes are interspersed with one-liners and anecdotes featured at legendary New York restaurant and night club, Dangerfield's, where comedian Rodney Dangerfield dished out the jokes. CLICK HERE for more information


"Romeo Salta Cookbook"

$95.00

A guide to over 300 recipes by the legendary restaurateur, truly a blueprint to the art of creating, preparing, and serving an incomparable Italian cuisine. Romeo Salta was called "one of the three or four best Italian restaurants in the world (including Italy)." CLICK HERE for more information

"Love and Dishes"

$195.00

Niccolo de Quattrociocchi presents the inside story of his amusing career, along with recipes, not only his own and those from El Borracho, but include many from famous restaurants around the country. CLICK HERE for more information


New York Subway Tile-Setter "Personalized" Mosaic

$225.00

Urban archaeologists and tile setters create architecturally striking letters and numbers based on their subway work, with the actual tiles used in the subways. Each mosaic is made by hand to your individually-selected letter or number in random colors. CLICK HERE for more information

Lindy's Ashtray

$195.00

Leo "Lindy" Lindermann was the short, hustling founder of Broadway's fabled Lindy's restaurant on Broadway, between 49th and 50th Streets. Offering a one-of-a-kind artifact, a original Lindy's ashtray, a rare souvenir from the legendary New York capital of cheesecake. CLICK HERE for more information


Copeland's of Harlem Ashtray

$129.00

The heart and soul of Harlem, Copeland’s Restaurant closed its doors forever in 2007, but we've found an artifact of this legendary “soul food” restaurant, a genuine tabletop ashtray. CLICK HERE for more information

"The Algonquin Bar and Cocktail Book"

$49.00

The Algonquin Hotel, the favorite lair of New York's literary and theater elite in the Roaring 20s, is the source for a classic collection of timeless cocktail recipes. Reading from "The Algonquin Bar and Cocktail Book" is like stepping back into history. CLICK HERE for more information


Original Pierre Hotel Ashtray

$169.00

In October of 1930, New York society turned out to attend the gala dinner that marked the opening of The Pierre Hotel, prepared by none other than Auguste Escoffier. Offered is a rare memento of a visit to the Pierre, a genuine guestroom ashtray. CLICK HERE for more information

Old Russian Tea Room Ashtray

$125.00

This book offers a vivid picture of what it was like to be young, talented, and black in the nightclub world of the thirties, forties, and early fifties. It relates in detail Bobby Short’s triumphant longtime tenure at the Hotel Carlyle. Previously-owned 1995 First Edition. CLICK HERE for more information


"International Bar Flies" Bloody Mary Glass (Gift Box Set of 2)

$29.00

Harry's New York Bar in Paris has an historic distinction: back in the 1920s a bartender here mixed an "eye opener" called the Bloody Mary, originally served in this distinctive glass. Offering a Set of 2 with official "Rules of the I.B.F." CLICK HERE for more information

Washington Square Arch Bookend Set

$195.00
Now $99.00

One of Greenwich Village's urban landmarks, the Washington Square Arch becomes two tall bookends made of hand-cast and hand-finished crushed stone resin. Great for organizing and supporting large books, notebooks, binders, and magazines. CLICK HERE for more information


Original 2nd Avenue Deli Ashtray

$149.00

The Second Avenue Deli has been an internationally renowned Gotham landmark for nearly half a century. Over the years, its founder, Abe Lebewohl, provided the best Jewish fare in town, transforming his tiny ten-seat Village eatery into a New York institution. CLICK HERE for more information

"Lucky Beggar" Wallet/Coin Purse (by Artist George Skelcher)

$19.95

The design is modeled after the famous NY Coffee Cup, featuring the well-known blue and gold motif and the phrase "We Are Happy to Serve You." Well-constructed of durable, printed leather. CLICK HERE for more information


Ceramic New York Coffee Cups (Graham Hill, 2003) (Set of 2)

$29.00

Genuinely unique and almost timeless, it's no wonder someone turned the original NY Coffee Cup design from disposable to permanent, from paper to infinitely-reusable ceramic. Witty remake of an unforgettable original. CLICK HERE for more information

"The Art of Cooking Omelettes" (1963 First Edition)

$165.00

A good French omelette is a smooth, gently swelling, golden oval that is tender and creamy inside. Julia Child recommended this book at the end of her French cooking episode on omelette-making, in which she proposed an omelette party offering a myriad of fillings. CLICK HERE for more information


Billy Reed's Little Club Ashtray

$269.00

While stationed in Paris, Billy Reed hit upon the desire to open in New York the type of café he'd seen in Paris. When he was discharged, he parlied up enough cash to open the "Little Club" on New York's East Side. Offered is a genuine oversize ashtray from the legendary nightclub. CLICK HERE for more information

"Modern Art" NY Coffee Cup (Ceramic)

$29.00

Unique and timeless, it's no wonder someone turned the iconic New York Coffee Cup design from disposable to permanent, from paper to infinitely-reusable ceramic. Immortalized at New York's Museum of Modern Art. CLICK HERE for more information