In this city, restaurants come and go faster than you can say "sustainable locavore burger." And even though there are great new additions to the culinary landscape popping up every week, you've gotta give kudos to anyone who can stick it out for over a year. We stopped by a number of these establishments that continue to serve mouthwatering meals and drinks this year as part of our ongoing Still Got It series: here are our favorites, and stay tuned for more enduring spots in 2015.

LUCIEN: This East Village bistro serves up spectacular French fare that typically won't break your budget. Spring for a bottle of wine, order the Steak Frites Traditionnelle ($24), and don't let anyone steal your fries.

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CELESTE: This intimate, cash-only Upper West Side eatery doles out delectable pizzas and pasta dishes to those who can handle the long wait for a table. Hit up the four-quadrant quattro stagioni pie or the Penne Mo Mo for a real treat.

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THE CELLAR AT BEECHER'S HANDMADE CHEESE: You can't go wrong with one of the many innovative mac-and-cheese dishes at this dairy-centric Flatiron eatery, where aging cheese wheels and cow art serve as decoration. Stock up on Lactaid pills for this one.

RYE: For a decadent, hollandaise-drizzled brunch head to this Williamsburg restaurant, where the deceptively healthy-sounding House Smoked Salmon salad stars as a main attractive. Don your stretchy pants and jog to the L.

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XI'AN FAMOUS FOODS: This noodle-and-burger chainlet is spreading through this city like wildfire, but the original Flushing stall is still standing strong, with dishes like lamb burgers, cold skin noodles and spicy cumin lamb hand-ripped noodles on tap.