The old New York café is located on the first floor of a fashionable hotel. Everything is so renovated and polished here that things are flashing before eyes. Gusztav Mannheimer painted the ceiling with frescos here which stand out against plenty of decorations, marble, bronze and golden shine of curved columns. People say that during the inauguration the keys to the cafe were thrown in the Danube to keep the cafe always open. At the beginning of the 20th century, educated people used to spend their time here and writers thought over their future works. Today, tourists are the majority here. Coffee and desserts are more expensive compared to other joints, but in general prices are rather moderate. Desserts are delicious, coffee is good and the waiters are unusually arrogant.