New York’s Original Mom & Pop Shops

According to the Huffington Post, “New York Originals” – an Emmy-Award winning television series – highlights 75 of the original mom and pop shops throughout all five boroughs in New York City in its new book. Jamie McDonald, host of the popular show on NYC-TV, put together this book of the most historic, dynamic and even bizarre spots around the city to prove that New York really is a visitor’s dream.

Some places in the book include-

  • Economy Candy: candy store established in 1937 & located on the Lower East Side
  • The Bitter End: the oldest rock club in NYC started in 1961 in Greenwich Village
  • De Robertis: classic Italian pastry shop established in 1940 in the East Village
  • Check out some more of the spots here.

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    1 Response to “New York’s Original Mom & Pop Shops”


    1. 1 Artists & Acoustic Adventures! February 22, 2013 at 9:35 am

      love it! NYC is so awesome. though i didn’t live there, i don’t consider myself a tourist because i visited regularly for work when i was in the NE. i love just sitting on the sidewalks, people watching, and being part of the bustle. sights, sounds, and people of NYC have inspired many of my lyrics (i’m a singer/songwriter). i actually do a video blog and just put up an episode that features part of my song “Bleecker St. Bossa) which was inspired by a walk down that main drag one october afternoon. Anyway, love that you are highlighting the mom & pops. NY is so unique—i just hope it doesn’t lose that special side in the coming years! thanks


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