AUTUMN COMES TO THE UPPER WEST SIDE

AUTUMN COMES TO THE UPPER WEST SIDE

Park 79 Hotel’s Upper West Side neighborhood is at a center of changing seasons. The historic streets lined with tree canopies; Central Park and Riverside Park, Theodore Roosevelt Park (across the street!), and our wide streets are green havens. As October moves along-wow! The colors change from greens and pinks to rich golds and reds. Nature’s change is accompanied by a slew of seasonal highlights:

  • BOUTIQUES: Cotton and see-throughs in windows are now wool, leather, boots
  • RESTAURANTS: Menus offer new choices for the plate and beverage glasses
  • PUBS: Autumn’s local and imported brews and ciders are hailed
  • ENOTECAS: Hail to 2013′s vintages are in wine shops and bistros
  • FOOTBALL: Is everywhere on multi-screens and talk overheard at outdoor tables
  • FLORALS: Pumpkins, autumn leaves, chrysanthemums-stunning displays
  • ENTERTAINMENT: Park 79 Hotel is central to so much for so many!

Our Facebook Page is constantly updated; The NY Times and TimeOut NY leave nothing out. Be out and about, back to your hotel room, sooo satisfied

MUSEUMS: Some important, very interesting exhibits have opened this fall:

THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

Balthus: Cats & Girls-Paintings and Provocations has already commenced

“Interwoven Globe: The Worldwide Textile Trade 1500 – 1800“

Rockefeller Vision: “The Best” in Arts of Africa, Oceania, The Americas

Silla: Korea’s Golden Kingdom (Opens Nov. 4)

 

THE JEWISH MUSEUM

http://www.thejewishmuseum.org/

Chagall in Love and War

THE ASIA SOCIETY

http://asiasociety.org/new-york/exhibitions/iran-modern

Iran Modern – three decades of work leading to the 1979 revolution

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MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

http://www.moma.org

American Modern: Hopper to O’Keeffe

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and don’t forget the Whitney and the Morgan Library and Museo del Barrio and the American Museum of Natural History (“the Power of Poison” opens November 16!)

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