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Monthly Archives: November 2009
The Central Park Zoo Central Park source:istockphoto The second oldest zoo in the U.S now contains 3 main exhibits focusing on tropic, temperate and arctic climates, and is one of a few zoos to own a snow leopard. Fifth Avenue-59th … Continue reading
Maxilla & Mandible Upper West Side source:bigstockphoto A truly fun, unique boutique, billing itself as the world's only osteological store. The dark little space is packed with bone and fossil based jewelry and art. 81st Street-Museum of Natural History 451 … Continue reading
Hotel Roger Williams Gramercy ©hotelrogerwilliams .com Excellent low-key lounging in a quiet but central locale, offering first rate pastries and live jazz. Colorful, quirky and welcoming rooms of all sizes. 33rd Street 131 Madison Ave, New York, NY (888) 448-7788 … Continue reading
The Walter Kerr Theatre Midtown West source:bigstockphoto An official Broadway theater. Designed by H. Krapp, opened in 1921. Sold, renovated, and reopened in 1990. Architecturally unimpressive for a Broadway theater. 49th Street 218 W 48th St, New York, NY (212) … Continue reading
Union Square Cafe Gramercy source:istockphoto Danny Meyer's unfailingly popular cafe offers a welcoming space for enjoying the modern American cuisine, which draws heavily from the Greenmarket next door. 14th Street-Union Square 21 E 16th St, New York, NY (212) 243-4020 … Continue reading
Rothmann's Steakhouse Midtown East source:istockphoto A Long Island institution since 1907, now expanded to this midtown space where the elegant wood paneling opens to a soaring glass atrium. Huge, flavorful steak. Fifth Avenue-53rd Street 3 E 54th St, New York, … Continue reading
Theatre National de la Colline 20e ©colline.fr Contemporary French drama with lectures, thematic workshops, and discussions with artists. gambetta 15 rue malte-brun 01 44 62 52 52 Click here to see Theatre National de la Colline on yogoguide's interactive map! … Continue reading
The Perfect Pint Midtown West source:istockphoto Upscale pub covering 3 floors and offering 30 beers on tap, with a large menu of quality bar fare that encompasses both modern favorites and traditional fare. 47th-50th Streets-Rockefeller Center 123 W 45th St, … Continue reading
Integral Yoga West Village source:istockphoto 100 classes each week for all experience levels. Teaches 6 different branches of yoga and also Kirtan, the art of chanting. Owns health food store, apothecary. 14th Street 227 W 13th St, New York, NY … Continue reading
The High Line Chelsea ©thehighline.org A long abandoned elevated rail spur reclaimed and, in 2009, reopened as a stunning aerial greenway, with native grass and trees, stretching for over a mile. Eighth Avenue-14th Street Gansevoort and Washington Sts, New York, … Continue reading