New York Cafe in Budapest, Hungary
At the turn of the 20th century the New York Café (New York Kávéház) was the most beautiful and the most beloved coffee house in Budapest, Hungary. After World War II, the once famous café fell into disrepair and it served as a sporting goods shop. Although the café reopened in 1954, under the name of Hungária, it wasn't until 2006 that the New York Café was restored to its original splendor.
Today, the New York Palace hotel, built in eclectic Italian Renaissance-style and opened on 23 October 1894, gives home to the New York Palace.
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