When we boast of Park 79 Hotel, we must always include the hotel’s location. Things to do in New York City will always include highlights found in this historic, dynamic, beautiful neighborhood. Just across our corner is the American Museum of Natural History & Hayden Planetarium. Just one more block: New York Historic Society & Museum. Families enjoy the Tisch Children’s Museum. Just walking our streets, from Central Park West and to the Hudson River banks along Riverside Park—our greensward borders. Stroll the neighboring streets for the pleasure of historic brownstone homes on tree-lined streets. Broadway, New York’s proudest boulevard, offers Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and unending shopping and dining pleasures, as do Columbus and Amsterdam avenues. You’ll never run out of things to do in New York City, and your camera will remember it all!
PARK 79 brings a true touch of an Old World boutique hotel to the Upper West Side, one of New York’s most dynamic neighborhoods.
Home of The Metropolitan Opera, The New York City Ballet, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra and several other resident performing arts companies.
The centerpiece of jazz performance at Lincoln Center, a fifteen-piece big band led by Wynton Marsalis.
As an Ethical Community we are all part of something that transcends the individual experience and are enriched through our relationships with others. As such, we have responsibilities to each other, to the Society, and to the community.
The American Museum of Natural History (abbreviated as AMNH), located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City, United States, is one of the largest and most celebrated museums in the world.
The Hayden Planetarium offers a number of courses and public presentations including the Frontiers of Astrophysics and Distinguished Authors lecture series.
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan was founded by Bette Korman, under the name GAME (Growth Through Art and Museum Experience), in 1973.
The Beacon Theatre, also known as the Beacon Theater and Hotel, is a historic New York City theater on upper Broadway in Manhattan.
Since its opening in 2001 to great acclaim, Ouest Restaurant has largely been considered a beacon for fine dining on New York City's Upper West Side.
Shake Shack sprouted from a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park in Manhattan created by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG) to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy’s first art installation.
Ocean Grill is a New York seafood restaurant on the Upper West Side with sushi, raw bar selections and long-time signatures. Browse our Menus or book ...
In 1981, Sarabeth and her husband Bill Levine opened a small retail store on the upper west side of Manhattan. The store started out as a bakery and jam shop, where customers could see the jams being cooked in a kettle and ladled into jars.
With Nice Matin, Tour De France NYC bring their expertise in Alsatian cuisine to the US. Chef interprets the cuisine with a contemporary New York flair.
Isabella's Restaurant serves casually sophisticated, market-fresh Mediterranean cuisine on the Upper West Side, New York City. A destination for couples, and ...
Exciting Latin fare, creative and bold, with unique cocktails, incredible desserts. Great brunch.
Strictly vegan and wonderful. Outdoor seating, modern interior. Perfect brunch choice.
Luxury Japanese cuisine, beautifully created for the eye, freshest selections for taste.
Comfort food, home cooking...at night it morphs into a cozy, full-service restaurant dishing up ample portions of perennial favorites.
Wonderful! Beautiful! Greek food served in a friendly, open setting. Signature dishes, like Baccala, Grilled Octopus, Hilopita, and Tsoutsoukakia (voted New York’s Best)
777 8th Avenue between 47th & 48th Sts.
Enjoy deluxe double decker, hop-on, hop-off bus tours that include Uptown, Downtown, Brooklyn and Night loops. Also fully escorted foreign language motorcoach city tours in German, French, Portuguese, Spanish and Italian with top multi- lingual tour guides.
Since 1991, Big Onion Walking Tours has led locals and visitors alike on innovative and exciting walking tours Through New York’s ethnic neighborhoods and historic districts. 866 606-WALK
New York City’s rich architectural history comes alive during an MAS tour. Knowledgeable guides, rain or shine, always Interesting and interested participants.
The first "welcome visitor" program of its kind in the United States, the idea grew from friendly exchanges. This is a FREE touring service, with donations welcome. Very, very specialized and special.
The world’s largest Gothic-style building, a holy place that bedazzles all. Surrounded by English-style gardens. Guided through the year, some free, others very modestly priced. On your own afterwards, stroll the grounds of Columbia University and Barnard College, as well as charming, historic streets of Morningside Heights.
Expensive haut designer clothes and home décor. Half yearly sale storewide.
Luxury shops for all, as well as art exhibits, dining, desserts, lounges with magnificent city views.
Every brand from around the world, NYC’s largest premium shoe purveyor.
International and American designer clothes at discount, with almost unlimited selection.
The store is a wonder; an interactive gallery of food, somewhere always in between being described as down and dirty New York and made-it-to-the-big-time glamorous. So whatever it is that you are seeking, chances are we have it or can get it for you.
Every Sunday; November – March: 10am to 5:30 pm; April -- October: 10am to 6pm.
Since 1912, Citarella has been a part of New York. Our name is synonymous with freshness, quality and value.
Shoes, shoes, shoes…for everyone
Expensive, but an incredible selection of home goods, designer everything, great sales periodically, good service.
Fashion, crafts, confections, foods, toys. Small shops offering unique wares for every taste and budget
European and American fashion designers for all, handmade and upscale home design, gourmet foods, luxury cosmetics, wines, shoes, jewelry…and then some.