Laurent Tourondel adds French flair to his flagship steakhouse.
Chow down on oysters, chowders, and other crustacean deep within Grand Central Station.
Authentic and creamy tonkotsu ramen on 52nd Street.
Enjoy upscale and indulgent Puerto Rican cuisine in a club-like lounge.
High-end Japanese food at the welcoming sushi bar.
Twirl long strands of pasta and dress Italian salads at the only pizza-less Serafina.
The Kosher pizza place serves up excellent (and vegetarian) Neapolitan pies.
The old-timey burger bistro is known for its jukebox, chalkboard menu, and signature home fries.
The midtown location of sushi haven Nobu is swarming with power lunchers and regulars.
Cigars and whiskey are best served in this leather-clad room filled with books.
Head to the second floor of this indoor beer garden for bratwursts and liters of beer.
The British-style pub serves only American brews, but manages to find the rarest kinds.
The second-floor gay piano bar offers sing-along show tunes for Broadway aficionados.
Put on your nighttime best for an evening at the Four Seasons’ bar, where martinis are the must-order.
Sip Sapporo and rent a karaoke room in the Japanese bar upstairs.
Settle down for a romantic date at the wine bar with a classic atmosphere.
Perfect for an after-hours drink or a game of pool, Snafu is always filled with professionals looking to play.
As the mecca of fashion in New York City, the seven-floor department store has everything a designer-lover would ever need or want, and then some.
The high-end department store is known for its couture designers and is the birthplace of New York style.
Department stores have used Bloomingdale’s as a model for excellence for decades. It’s the arbiter of casual and party fashion.
Like its other designer counterparts, Bergdorf’s has been known to house designer duds before other stores in the city. It’s flashy Fifth Avenue location makes it a destination for all fashionistas.
Apple’s famed glass outpost is right on Fifth Avenue and when new products come out, you can bet folks will line up around the block.
Stop by the European brand’s flagship store in New York for the latest in trendy yet affordable fashions.
Every child’s dreams of playing on that life-size piano, but walking around FAO Schwarz will fill every heart with joy.
For all your couture accessory needs, Bendel’s specializes in bags, jewelry, watches, and hair accents.
Walk along this brick-lined area complete with funky gold and silver human-shaped sculptures.
Enjoy the river-adjacent park with breathtaking views.
Only steps away from busy streets, Paley Park’s waterfall makes it a perfect respite from city life.
The tiny park is easy to miss, but a small fountain of cascading water will make it worth a second look.
Relax near the tall walls of greenery and statues in Ralph Bunche Park.
Experience the perks of New York Sports Club: Babysitting, Pilates, steam rooms, a sauna, laundry, and fitness classes keep members happy and in shape.
Work out in the fitness rooms, cycling studios or full-sized swimming pool.
Get the full spa treatment at Bliss’s 49th Street location. Hair removals, massages, and bridal packages keep neighbors in literal bliss.
The high-end hair care salon plays pump-up music and uses its products exclusively at their midtown salon.
Stylists at the Waldorf Astoria make every customer look fabulous.
Get the anti-aging works at Mario Badescu on 52nd Street.
This expansive food market houses Luke’s Lobster, No. 7 Sub, Billy’s Bakery, Sushi of Gari, and much more. All edible options are curated by Todd English who runs the upstairs dining concourse.
Silky French macarons come in various flavors, and tasty paninis are up for grabs for lunch.
Take a bite out of one of these fluffy bagels and douse it with one of the many different flavors of shmear.
Visit the legendary downtown cupcake haunt at its Midtown location.
Fresh and rare cheeses and chocolates from over 17 countries pop up at Ideal Cheese.
Located in Grand Central, Murray’s midtown outpost has all the aged cheeses and raw milks made downtown.
Take a tour of the historical terminal where catching a train is just the one of the many draws to this transportation hub.
Hang around the shopping, dining, and transit plaza where the famous Christmas tree and ice skating rink are open in the winter.
As the beacon of modern art in New York City, the MoMA is a landmark that can be revisited over and over again.
Artists, scholars, and professors host more than 100 events a year that portray Japanese culture, food, and history.
Venture to the United Nations headquarters and catch glimpses of diplomats and politicians.
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