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Galerie St. Etienne Midtown West ©gseart.com Founded in 1939 and home to 3 specialties: Austrian and German expressionism, Outsider art, and the work of Sue Coe. They also oversee Grandma Moses' estate. 57th Street 4 W 57th St, New York, … Continue reading
ManhattanWalks NULL ©manhattanwalks.com ManhattanWalks is a walking tour company providing private, comprehensive and customized walking tours in Manhattan and Brooklyn that will entertain anyone. Grand Central-42nd Street 100 E 42nd St, New York, NY (971) 657-7881 Click here to see … Continue reading
Virayoga SoHo source:istockphoto Wonderful views of SoHo and a large exercise space. One of N.Y.'s only Anusara centers. Striving to find divinity in self-knowledge, alignment, and meditation. Prince Street 580 Broadway, New York, NY (212) 334-9960 Click here to see … Continue reading
IFC Center West Village source:bigstockphoto The premier indie cinema. Features digital Hi-Def, comfortable seats, midnight cult movies on weekends, shorts before every feature, and vintage movie posters. West Fourth Street-Washington Square 323 Ave of the Americas, New York, NY (212) … Continue reading
The New Amsterdam Theatre Midtown West source:bigstockphoto Built in 1903, one of the oldest Broadway theaters. The most magnificent, and first, Art-Nouveau theater in NY. Incredible wood, plaster, tile, stone detailing. Times Square-42nd Street 214 W 42nd St, New York, … Continue reading
J.N. Bartfield Galleries Midtown West ©bartfield.com A dealer of classical to contemporary Western art, including works from the Taos school, Sporting art, other American art, and also rare and fine books. 57th Street 30 W 57th St, New York, NY … Continue reading
Blarney Cove East Village source:bigstockphoto Tread carefully into the last non-gentrified bar in the area, as large groups of non regulars will stick out. Go for domestic beer and cool the bartender. First Avenue 510 E 14th St, New York, … Continue reading
Al Hirschfeld Theater Midtown West photo credit An official Broadway theater. Built in 1924, as the most decadent theater in the area. Byzantine plaster detailing, stunning, meticulous painting and gilt work. 42nd Street-Port Authority Bus Terminal 302 W 45th St, … Continue reading
230 Fifth Gramercy ©230-fifth.com A trendy rooftop bar offering incredible views of the city. A huge space decorated in gaudy, designer furniture. The cocktails match the swank, exclusive vibe. 28th Street 230 5th Ave, New York, NY (212) 725-4300 Click … Continue reading
Second Stage Theatre Midtown West ©2st.com Opened in 1979 as a venue that would give second stagings to contemporary American plays that were initially unable to find an audience. An off-Broadway staple. 42nd Street-Port Authority Bus Terminal 305 W 43rd … Continue reading