We’ve all heard about the New York Acme Market, the oldest and most iconic New York restaurant, but have you been to the other ones?
Are there any more?
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Acme, a fish market and aqua-focused food market, opened its doors in 1925.
There are now approximately 20 locations in the United States, and the market was the first in the US to feature live seafood in its restaurants.
The first Acme restaurant in the world, in 1929, opened at 526 Broadway.
Acmex was one of the first restaurants in the city to sell specialty fish, including the infamous “fishy fish” and the “caught fish” craze of the 1930s.
Today, the market is a favorite spot for locals and tourists alike, and its popularity is undeniable.
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