Forgotten New York: A Day To Reminisce In The City

by Jessica Giannone · September 26, 2012

[Caffe Reggio when it first opened in 1927 to present day via]

Among the city chaos lie a number of memorable sites that most New Yorkers tend to forget about. From a museum tucked away in an old freight elevator, to America's first cafe that served cappuccino, check out some of these historical spots. The following five sites, normally under the tourist radar, are New York treasures that deserve to be recognized.