NYC Quiz: The mayoral candidates all claim they know NYC -- so we put them to the test Anthony Weiner is the winner of amNewYork's NYC IQ Quiz. (Craig Ruttle) Photo Credit: Anthony Weiner is the winner of amNewYork's NYC IQ Quiz. (Craig Ruttle) By IVAN PEREIRA September 5, 2013 5:06 PM Print Share Share Tweet Share Email candidates had 30 seconds to answer each question and had no assistance. Public Advocate Bill de Blasio declined to take the quiz, while Bill Thompson tried to schedule a time but it fell through. The remaining candidates didn’t respond to requests to take part in the quiz. Quiz: Questions and Correct Answers Where was mobster Joey Gallo shot dead? Umberto's Clam HouseHow many subway stations are there? 468What is Coogan's Bluff? An elevated piece of land that rises over the Harlem River and overlooked the Polo GroundsHow do you make a New York Egg Cream? milk, seltzer, and chocolate syrupWhich borough is Poe Park in? The BronxWho was “The Little Flower?” Fiorello LaGuardiaWhat famous board game was invented in Jackson Heights? ScrabbleWhat Year was the MetroCard Introduced? 1993What Year Did the Empire State Building Open? 1931Where did Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond go to high school? Erasmus Hall Candidates' correct answers in bold Winner – Anthony Weiner’s Answers: 6 Correct1. Sparks Steak House. (“I’m one question in and I already hate this game.”)2. 2313. Coogan’s bluff is the hill in the Dyker Beach public golf course on the 18th hole.4. You need chocolate syrup, milk and seltzer.5. The Bronx6. Fiorello LaGuardia7. Scrabble8. 20009. 193110. Erasmus Hall Joe Lhota’s Answers: 5 Correct1. Umberto’s Clam House on Mulberry Street.2.4683. I have no idea. Isn’t that a movie? (note, it is, but not what we were looking for)4. Seltzer, Ubets chocolate syrup and milk5. The Bronx6. Fiorello LaGuardia7. Monopoly8. 96, 97 (or) 98. When it was introduced and when it was implemented are two different things.9. 192910. In Brooklyn … in Flatbush … Midwood Christine Quinn’s Answers: 4 Correct1. Umberto’s Clam House2. 1823. A rock structure in Washington Heights4. Seltzer water and chocolate syrup.5. The Bronx6. Fiorello LaGuardia7. Monopoly8. 19989. 192310. Erasmus Hall Sal Albanese’s Answers: 4 Correct1. Umberto’s Clam House2. A lot. I don't know the exact answer but a lot.3. It’s overlooking the East River up by Columbia university.4. Seltzer and chocolate syrup.5. The Bronx6. Fiorello LaGuardia7. Monopoly8. 20029. 193510. Erasmus Hall John Liu’s Answer: 1 correct1. Liu jokingly gave the address for amNewYork when he didn’t know.2. 4683. It’s … a scenic view near the Cloisters.4. Take some seltzer and dump an egg in it?5. Queens6. The florist on 14th Street.7. Monopoly8. 1995 plus or minus two years9. 195110. LaGuardia High School Jack Hidary’s Answers: 0 Correct1. Raos2. 5263. Pass4. Butter, Milk, Eggs5. Brooklyn6. Pass7. Monopoly8. 19959. 193010. Lincoln High School *** New Yorkers test their luck in mayoral candidate quiz None of the candidates who took part in amNewYork's trivia quiz scored a perfect 10 out of 10 and regular New Yorkers we tested had a hard time too. We asked the questions to six people and the best score was a 2 from Ali Greenberg. The 30-year-old Gramercy resident, who is the founder of Gramercy Learning online, was quick to know that Erasmus Hall was the high school that Neil Diamond and Barbara Streisand attended because of her mom was an alumni too. "These questions aren't that easy," she joked as she answered the quiz in Union Square during her lunch break. Caitlin DeLaney, 29, of the Upper East Side, got one question right when she guessed that Poe Park was in the Bronx. When told about some of the candidates' scores, including Anthony Weiner's leading 6 out of 10, she said she was impressed. "You guys really made it difficult for them," she said. By IVAN PEREIRA Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.