The 1907 Beaux Arts–style Dime Savings Bank in downtown Brooklyn is a spectacular example of a financial cathedral. Check the Mercury dimes at the top of the interior Corinthian columns as well as the aphorisms about thrift carved into the marble benches. It’s still a functioning bank, now run by Chase, and interior photos are prohibited. Next door is the iconic restaurant Junior's, famous for its cheesecake (try the chocolate mousse variety).