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  2. American Museum of Natural History

    Since its founding in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History has collected more than 32 million specimens relating to the natural world and human cultures. The Museum showcases its amazing treasures in the exhibit halls, and behind the scenes more than 200 scientists are at work making new discoveries. Millions of people from around the world visit the Museum each year.
  3. Brooklyn Bridge

    The Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1883. At the time, it was the longest suspension bridge. It has been designated a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service, and a New York City Landmark by the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
  4. The Bryant Park

    Bryant Park
    42nd Street at 6th Avenue, New York, NY 10018
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    Located in midtown Manhattan, Bryant Park is visited by over 6 million people each year and is one of the busiest public spaces in the world.
  5. Central Park

    Central Park is the 843-acre masterpiece of landscape architecture designed in the 19th century by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux and designated New York City’s first scenic landmark in 1974.
  6. Chrysler Building

    Chrysler Building
    405 Lexington Avenue
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    Chrysler Center, a two-building complex consisting of the Chrysler Building and Chrysler East, resides on 42nd Street between Lexington and Third Avenues on the east side of Midtown Manhattan. The Chrysler Trylons, a two-building retail pavilion, is also located on 42nd Street, and contains Capital Grille and Citibank.
  7. FAO Schwarz

    Since 1862, FAO Schwarz has been synonymous with quality and innovation, offering one-of-a-kind playthings and creating cherished memories for generations of kids.
  8. MetLife Stadium

    One MetLife Stadium Drive, East Rutherford, New Jersey 07073
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    HOME OF THE NY GIANTS & NY JETS. In the Fall of 2010, a new era began. Two storied teams united in one remarkable stadium- a year round venue for NFL football, events and entertainment that will redefine the fan experience.
  9. Grand Central Terminal

    Grand Central Terminal
    Grand Central Terminal, 87 E 42nd St, New York, NY 10017
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    Iconic Grand Central Terminal is a major destination in the heart of NYC with more than 700,000 people there every day to shop, dine, play and travel.
  10. Greenwich Village

    Greenwich Village
    Greenwich Village, New York, NY
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    A non-profit in the heart of Greenwich Village dedicated to beautifying public space and promoting the best the neighborhood has to offer
  11. 9/11 Memorial

    A national tribute of remembrance and honor to the men, women, and children killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993
  12. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

    Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural masterpiece home to a world-renowned collection of modern and contemporary art.
  13. Herald Square

    Herald Square is the center place in Midtown Manhattan. Shopping, Dining, Nightlife, Lounge, and much more to discover in Herald Square.
  14. Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

    Intrepid museum
    One Intrepid Square, 12th Avenue & 46th Street
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    The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is one of America’s leading historic, cultural and educational institutions. The mission of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is to honor our heroes, educate the public and inspire our youth.
  15. The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center

    Welcome to the Marketplace for the World. The Javits Center is host to many leading conventions, trade shows, consumer shows and special events. There is no better world stage than the Javits Center on which to produce, exhibit or attend an event.Whatever brings you here, we are committed to making your experience truly rewarding. And as a destination city, nothing quite compares to New York City as the finance, entertainment, publishing and fashion capital of the world.
  16. Late Show with David Letterman

    See Dave in N.Y.
  17. Madame Tussauds

    Madame Tussauds New York, the world-renowned wax attraction, takes you beyond your wildest dreams and makes you the star of the show! Mingle with over 200 wax celebrities in 85,000 sq ft of interactive entertainment located in Times Sq.
  18. Madison Square Garden

    Madison Square Garden - The World's Most Famous Arena. MSG is located on Seventh Avenue between 31st and 33rd streets in New York City, and is home to the New York Knicks, New York Rangers, New York Liberty, and the best concerts and family events in the Tri-State area.
  19. The Museum of Modern Art

    The Museum of Modern Art is a place that fuels creativity, ignites minds, and provides inspiration. With extraordinary exhibitions and the world's finest collection of modern and contemporary art, MoMA is dedicated to the conversation between the past and the present, the established and the experimental. Our mission is helping you understand and enjoy the art of our time
  20. The New York Stock Exchange

    Starting at the southernmost tip of the High Line, stretching all the way down to the Battery, the financial district has been steadily changing over the past few years. Today, the heart of American capitalism and the seat of US history is a booming neighborhood marked by emerging artists, lush parks, fresh restaurants, luxury shops, and history around every corner. And no matter what brings you here, you’re bound to find something in this neighborhood that might warrant a deeper look.
  21. The New York Times Company

    The New York Times Company, a leading global, multimedia news and information company with 2012 revenues of $2.0 billion, includes The New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, The Boston Globe, NYTimes.com , BostonGlobe.com , Boston.com, and related properties. The Company’s core purpose is to enhance society by creating, collecting and distributing high-quality news and information.
  22. Parsons The New School for Design

    In an increasingly designed world, art and design reflect and shape all kinds of experiences. Through rigorous practice and critical scholarship, Parsons The New School for Design prepares students to be leaders in their professions and society. Parsons-The-New-School-for-Design
  23. Rockefeller Center

    From the soaring views of Top of the Rock to a backstage pass at NBC Studios, every Tour at Rockefeller Center brings you inside and behind-the-scenes of some of the city’s most beloved treasures. Feel like discovering the sights on your own? Explore more and visit the seasonal highlights, outdoor gardens and historic buildings that give Rockefeller Center its diverse, dynamic flavor.
  24. The Seaport

    The South Street Seaport’s low-scale buildings have a legacy of combined retail and tourism. A sense of the district’s gritty and boisterous past as New York City’s wholesale fish market also lingers in some of the area’s oldest commercial buildings. These brick and stone structures also have historic ties to the East River, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the piers.
  25. Shea Stadium

    We are a recording studio/all ages showspace dedicated to documenting live performances.
  26. Staten Island Ferry

    The Staten Island Ferry provides 20 million people a year (60,000 passengers a day not including weekend days) with ferry service between St. George on Staten Island and Whitehall Street in lower Manhattan. The ferry is the only non-vehicular mode of transportation between Staten Island and Manhattan. NYC DOT operates and maintains the nine vessel fleet as well as the St. George Ferry Terminal on Staten Island, Whitehall Ferry Terminal in Manhattan, the City Island and Hart Island Facilities, The Battery Maritime Building and all floating dock building equipment. The Staten Island Ferry is run by the City of New York for one pragmatic reason: To transport Staten Islanders to and from Manhattan. Yet, the 5 mile, 25 minute ride also provides a majestic view of New York Harbor and a no-hassle, even romantic, boat ride, for free! One guide book calls it "One of the world's greatest (and shortest) water voyages."
  27. Statue of Liberty National Monument

    The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. The Statue of Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1886, designated as a National Monument in 1924 and restored for her centennial on July 4, 1986. After Hurricane Sandy, Liberty Island reopened to the public on July 4, 2013.
  28. Times Square

    Times Square is the intersection of spectators and performers, tourists and locals; all the diversity of the city, the country, and the world interacting. Times Square accommodates many activities both planned and spontaneous, and connects streetscapes, underground passages, and penthouses. Finally there are the layers of history that lie under the streets and behind the facades of theaters, diners and stores. The density and the congestion are part of what is authentic to a place where art, life and commerce quite literally collide.
  29. Wall Street

    Wall Street is the financial district of New York City,[2] named after and centered on the eight-block-long, 0.7 miles (1.1 km) long street running from Broadway to South Street on the East River in Lower Manhattan.
  30. Yankee Stadium

    Home of the New York Yankees
  31. New York Racing Association Inc

    11000 Rockaway Boulevard
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  32. LAZ Parking

    436 W 40th St, New York, NY 10018
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    Self Parking is available for Distrikt Hotel guests at the Port Authority parking garage located at 436 West 40th St (Between Dyer and 9th Avenues) $45 per 24-hour period for standard vehicles* $55 per 24-hour period for oversized vehicles, including SUVs
  33. Ambassador Theater Group

    Chicago the Musical - Chicago is the kiss-and-tell tale of Roxie Hart, a chorus girl who kills her lover as a career move; Billy Flynn, a sharp lawyer who turns Roxie into a celebrity; and Velma Kelly, a dancing jailbird with an ear for headlines and an eye for talent.
  34. Ars Nova

    New York's Premier Hub for New Talent
  35. Booth Theatre

    Lee Shubert built the Booth Theatre in partnership with the producer Winthrop Ames. Named for the actor Edwin Booth (1833-1893), brother to the infamous John Wilkes Booth, the venue was actually the second New York theatre to bear this name. The first was built by Booth himself in 1869 on 23rd Street and 6th Avenue. Ames's father had been devoted to preserving the actor's legacy, so Winthrop's decision to name this theatre after Booth honored not only the actor, but connected his own family's interest with the actor's rich theatrical history. Ames intended to present the most challenging and prestigious productions possible here.
  36. Broadhurst Theatre

    George H. Broadhurst, the Anglo-American manager and playwright (1866-1952), built his eponymous theatre in association with the Shubert brothers. Broadhurst had previously managed theatres in Milwaukee, Baltimore, and San Francisco (and written many popular plays). The playhouse has remained one of the Shubert Organization's most consistently booked theatres.
  37. Broadway Theatre

    The Broadway Theatre is one of only five playhouses that front on the street named Broadway. It opened in 1924 as B. S. Moss’s Colony, a premiere film house. The most notable film that played there in the early years was Walt Disney’s Steamboat Willie which opened in 1928, and introduced American audiences to an adorable rodent named Mickey Mouse. The theatre went “legit” from 1930 to 1934, when it was re-christened the Broadway. From 1934 to 1940, the house was once again dedicated to motion picture exhibition, and offered the premiere of Disney’s Fantasia in 1939. In 1940, however, it returned to legitimate stage production and, except for a brief stint as a Cinerama movie theatre in the 1950s, has remained in the business of showcasing live theatre ever since.
  38. Brooks Atkinson Theatre

    Built in 1926 and originally named the Mansfield Theatre, the Brooks Atkinson Theatre was renamed in 1960 to honor the famed New York Times drama critic, Brooks Atkinson. This intimate playhouse is popular with theatergoers having housed a long list of distinguished dramas and comedies starring such talents as Matthew Broderick, Glenn Close, Richard Dreyfuss, Gene Hackman, Ed Harris, Derek Jacobi, Nathan Lane, Gary Sinise, Kevin Spacey, Jerry Stiller, and Marisa Tomei.Redecorated in 2000, the theatre is once again illuminated by the original chandelier that had been removed over 40 years ago. The Brooks Atkinson has 1,069 seats and is one of The Nederlander Organization’s nine Broadway theatres.
  39. Helen Hayes Theatre

  40. Gershwin Theatre

    The Gershwin Theatre was named in honor of one of America's greatest composers, George Gershwin, and his brother, lyricist Ira Gershwin. The theatre's rotunda was designed to showcase the names and photographs of Broadway's own Theater Hall of Fame.Theatre audiences now enjoy an exhibition on display throughout the main lobby of costumes, opening night gifts, props, stage notes, and other items from the personal collections of such Broadway luminaries as Carol Channing, Julie Harris, Lynn Fontanne, Angela Lansbury, Bernadette Peters, John Raitt, Chita Rivera, Tommy Tune, Irene Worth and many others.The Gershwin opened in 1972 with 1,900 seats, and is one of The Nederlander Organization's nine Broadway theatres.
  41. Imperial Theatre

    The Shuberts conceived of the Imperial Theatre, their fiftieth New York venue, as a home to musical theatre hits, and their dream has been realized many times over. The playhouse was constructed as a replacement for the Shubert’s 20 year old (and out-of-date) Lyric Theatre.
  42. Bernard B Jacobs Theater

    Bernard B Jacobs Theater
    242 West 45th Street
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    The Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre (formerly the Royale) was originally built in 1927 by real-estate magnates, the Chanin Brothers, as part of a three-theatre complex that also included the Majestic (a large musical house) and the Theatre Masque, now the John Golden (a small house). The three theatres enabled producers to move shows based on their ticket sales to the most appropriately-sized venue. In 1930, the Chanins transferred ownership of all three houses to the Shuberts. During the Depression, control of the Jacobs passed to John Golden, who renamed the theatre after himself and ran it from 1934 to 1936. The Shuberts regained control in 1936, restored its name to Royale, and leased it to CBS as a radio studio until 1940. It was renamed the Bernard B. Jacobs in 2005 to honor the president of the Shubert Organization from 1972 - 1996.
  43. Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

    Opened in 1910, the theatre was originally named The Globe, after Shakespeare's theatre in England. The theatre had a retractable roof to enable the theatre to stay cool and open during the summer. For nearly two decades, the theatre housed a variety of plays and musicals until 1932 when it was turned into a movie house. In 1958, the theatre was gutted and rebuilt in its present configuration as a legitimate theatre. It was renamed in honor of America's foremost husband/wife acting couple, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, who starred in its first production, The Visit. Theatregoers can enjoy a selection of photographs from their private collection on display throughout the lobby areas.The Lunt-Fontanne has 1,505 seats and is one of The Nederlander Organization's nine Broadway theatres.
  44. Longacre Theatre

    The Longacre, named for Longacre Square (now Times Square), was built by producer/manager H.H. Frazee (also known as the owner of the Boston Red Sox who sold Babe Ruth to the Yankees). After Frazee fell into financial difficulties, the theatre changed hands many times before being sold to Astor Theatre Incorporated, a Shubert subsidiary, in 1919. WOR leased it from 1943-1953 as a radio and television playhouse.
  45. The Marquis Theatre

    Opened in 1986, the Marquis Theatre is one of the newest theatres to be built on Broadway. Located inside the Marriott Marquis Hotel, it was designed to provide maximum comfort for audiences and actors while conveying a feeling of intimacy. The venue features expansive backstage, high ceilings, state-of-the-art acoustics, wide aisles, comfortable seats, ample restrooms and parking.Since its opening, the theatre has showcased a series of hit musicals including Me and My Girl, Gypsy, Man of La Mancha, The Goodbye Girl, Damn Yankees, Victor/Victoria, Peter Pan, Annie Get Your Gun and Thoroughly Modern Millie. Before or after seeing a show at the Marquis, theatergoers can dine at one of the fine restaurants located throughout the hotel.The Marquis has 1,611 seats and is one of The Nederlander Organization's nine Broadway theatres.
  46. The Minskoff Theatre

    Opened in 1973, the theatre was named for Sam Minskoff and Sons, one of New York's distinguished real estate families. Over 200 craftsmen and artisans worked nearly six months to extensively refurbish the Minskoff Theatre to welcome Disney's The Lion King. Architectural designer Mariuca Brancoveanu has created a dramatic new environment that starts with the terrazzo walkway through the promenade into the theatre. The main lobby area features hand-painted, gold-leaf sculpted tableaus that adorn the theatre's expansive interior walls and showcase its panoramic views of Broadway.The Minskoff has 1,597 seats and is one of The Nederlander Organization's nine Broadway theatres.
  47. The Majestic Theatre

    The Majestic Theatre was originally built in 1927 by real-estate magnates, the Chanin Brothers, as part of a three-theatre complex that also included the Royale (a mid-sized house) and the Theatre Masque, now the John Golden (a small house). The Majestic, a large musical house, complemented the other two venues, enabling producers to move shows based on their ticket sales to the most appropriately-sized venue. In 1930, the Chanins transferred ownership of all three houses to the Shuberts.
  48. Music Box Theatre

    Toward the close of 1919, the prominent theatrical producer Sam H. Harris made a proposition to his friend Irving Berlin: if the popular songwriter would devise a musical revue, Harris would find a theatre for it. Berlin responded with The Music Box Revue and in 1920 the Music Box Theatre was built to house the show. The Shuberts began acquiring shares of the venue from Harris in the 1920s. When Harris died in 1941, his wife sold half the shares in the theatre to the Shuberts, and half to Berlin. From that point on, Berlin and Shubert became equal partners in the ownership of the house. In 2007, the Berlin share of the theatre was sold to Shubert, now the sole owner of the theatre.
  49. Nederlander Theatre

    Known over the years as the National, the Billy Rose and the Trafalgar, The David T. Nederlander Theatre stands in honor of the patriarch of the Nederlander Family, now in it's third generation as the owners and operators of many of the most distinguished theatres and concert venues throughout America.Built in 1921, some of the best known plays have been presented here including Cyrano de Bergerac, Private Lives, Julius Caesar, King Lear, and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. One of its most distinguished attractions was Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music, for which she won a special Tony Award®.Located near the heart of the Times Square theatre district, it was the perfect venue for Jonathan Larson's rock opera, Rent, which was inspired by Puccini's La Boheme. To reflect the aura of the East Village, the theatre façade and interior was decorated to resemble a downtown nightclub.The Nederlander Theatre has 1,232 seats and is one of The Nederlander Organization's nine Broadway theatr
  50. The Neil Simon Theatre

    Since 1927, this theatre was known as the Alvin. It was renamed in 1983 to honor America’s most prolific playwright, Neil Simon, following the successful engagement of Brighton Beach Memoirs, the first play of an autobiographical trilogy about his youth with his family. Fittingly, in 1985, the second play of Mr. Simon’s trilogy, Biloxi Blues played there successfully. In 1992, Mr. Simon returned again with his play, Jake’s Women.Since 2000, the Neil Simon has been filled with music and dancing as the home to two of Broadway’s most popular productions, namely the acclaimed revival of The Music Man and the Tony Award®-winning Best Musical, Hairspray.The Neil Simon Theatre has 1,445 seats and is one of The Nederlander Organization’s nine Broadway theatres.
  51. Palace Theatre

    "Playing the Palace" has been the dream of many performers since the theatre opened in 1913. For many years The Palace was the pre-eminent vaudeville theatre in the country and an engagement in this theatre meant that a performer had "made it." The who's who of entertainment royalty have performed on this stage, including Ethel Barrymore, Harry Houdini, Will Rogers, Ethel Merman, Judy Garland, Jerry Lewis, Harry Belafonte, Bette Midler, Shirley MacLaine and Diana Ross. In 1965, The Nederlanders turned it into a legitimate theatre for the opening of Sweet Charity starring Gwen Verdon. Since then, it has housed star-studded hits including Lauren Bacall in Applause and Woman of the Year, Richard Kiley in Man of La Mancha, George Hearn in La Cage aux Folles, and Keith Carradine in The Will Rogers Follies. In 1994, the theatre was transformed to house Disney's Beauty and the Beast, which was followed by their musical, Aida.The Palace has 1,740 seats and is one of The Nederlander Organiz
  52. The Richard Rodgers Theatre

    The Richard Rodgers Theatre opened in 1924 and, originally called the 46th Street Theatre, it was renamed in 1990 to honor the legendary composer Richard Rodgers, whose shows defined Broadway for over three decades. This theatre has been a house of hits, hosting a long line of famed musicals including Anything Goes, Guys and Dolls, Damn Yankees, How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Nine, Chicago, and Movin' Out.The theatre was refurbished in 2006 and houses The Richard Rodgers Gallery featuring historic memorabilia from its namesake's storied career.The Richard Rodgers has 1,319 seats and is one of The Nederlander Organization's nine Broadway theatres.
  53. Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

  54. The Shubert Theatre

    The Shubert Theatre had its genesis in the New Theatre, an “art” playhouse located on Central Park West that was devoted to serious repertory drama. Although the project was a critical and commercial flop, the New Theatre Group, which included Lee Shubert, leased a plot of land between 44th and 45th street to construct a new venue. The plan was abandoned, but Lee Shubert and Winthrop Ames, a former New Theatre partner, acquired a lease for the site, and built two adjoining playhouses there. Lee and J.J. operated the larger of the two auditoriums, which they named the Sam S. Shubert Memorial Theatre to commemorate their brother, who had died in May 1905. Ames managed the smaller Booth Theatre.
  55. New Amsterdam Theatre

  56. New World Stages

    NEW WORLD STAGES is the state-of-the-art theatrical complex just off of Times Square which has served as the home of Tony Award winning, Guinness Record setting, and Pulitzer Prize earning shows. The five stages are centered on a large common lobby and Gallery New World Stages, serviced by two bars, a coat check, bathroom facilities on each level and the Time Out New York Lounge. New World Stages is fully handicapped accessible. It is owned and operated by the internationally acclaimed entertainment group, Stage Entertainment.
  57. Signature Theatre Company

    Signature Theatre, founded in 1991 by James Houghton, exists to honor and celebrate the playwright. Signature makes an extended commitment to a playwright’s body of work, and during this journey, the writer is engaged in every aspect of the creative process. Signature is the first theatre company to devote an entire season to the work of a single playwright, including re-examinations of past writings as well as New York and world premieres. By championing in-depth explorations of a living playwright’s body of work, Signature delivers an intimate and immersive journey into the playwright’s singular vision.
  58. Theatre Row Theatres

    Theatre Row is a collection of newly renovated historic theatres in Times Square, New York City, including The Acorn Theatre, The Beckett THeatre, The Clurman Theatre, The Kirk Theatre, The Lion Theatre, and The Studio Theatre. It is owned and operated by the 42nd Street Development Corporation.
  59. Vivian Beaumont Theatre

    The Vivian Beaumont Theater opened to the public on October 21, 1965. Designed by the renowned architect Eero Saarinen and named for Vivian Beaumont Allen, a prominent New York philanthropist, the Beaumont was originally the home of the now-defunct Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center, which closed in 1973 after nine seasons (two of which were presented in a temporary theater erected in Washington Square Park).
  60. Winter Garden Theatre

    Shubert has owned the Winter Garden Theatre longer than any of its other venues. The playhouse occupies the second American Horse Exchange, built by William K. Vanderbilt in 1896, when Longacre (now Times) Square was the center of the horse and carriage trade. By 1911, when the Shuberts leased the Exchange, horses had given way to the automobile and legitimate stage was making inroads north of 42nd St. The Winter Garden was converted into a theatre in 1911, and had brief interludes as a movie house from 1928 to 1933 when Warner Brothers leased it, and again in 1945, when United Artists ran it.
  61. 44 Southwest

    Welcome to our family owned restaurant since 1971. Located on Ninth Avenue in trendy Hell's Kitchen - in the heart of the theater district and minutes from 42nd Street and Times Square. 44 Southwest offers a relaxed atmosphere with a touch of family warmth. Enjoy delicious food, the cozy atmosphere - with soft candle light and tin ceilings, and Mama's stories. Take a look around at the black & white photos chronicling our journey from Naples, Italy to America.
  62. Aureole New York

    Aureole, New York is the flagship showcase for Charlie Palmer's unabashed, energetic signature Progressive American cuisine. Now under the culinary leadership of Executive Chef Marcus Gleadow-Ware, who learned the importance of the classics at London’s world-renowned Savoy Hotel, the kitchen turns out elegant, simple dishes with sharply focused flavors like Wagyu Beef Carpaccio with crispy shiitake, scallions, taro root, ponzu and lavash cracker.
  63. Barbetta

    Barbetta, having celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 2006, is the oldest restaurant in New York that is still owned by the family that founded it. Barbetta is also the oldest Italian restaurant in New York, and the oldest restaurant in New York's Theatre District.This three-fold distinction makes this historic restaurant a landmark among New York restaurants. Its landmark status has been recognized by the prestigious and highly selective Locali Storici d'Italia, which has designated Barbetta a Locale Storico (Historic Establishment,) the only restaurant in America to have been so named.Founded in 1906 by Sebastiano Maioglio, Barbetta is now owned by his daughter, Laura Maioglio.
  64. Cafe Un Deux Trois

    Cafe Un Deux Trois has been located in the heart of Times Square since 1977.We opened when the neighborhood was quite rough, and soon became the spot to stop for dinner and drinks before heading off to Studio 54 and Xenon to dance the night away. We were and still are frequented by American and European theater and film actors, as well as politicians, directors, local New Yorkers and tourists from around the world. You will find many a Broadway cast and crew member hanging out after the show on any given nightWe recently had a facelift featuring enormous windows and a new color scheme.The food while still classic bistro fare has expanded to include a variety of sandwiches, burgers and an extensive breakfast.Our latest addition are desert crepes or savory crepes served with a salad for an inexpensive light meal.
  65. Cascina Ristorante

    Enjoy simple, yet flavorful, country-style food and award winning wine that comes directly from the Cascina-Orsolina Vineyard in the Piemonte region of Italy. Guests particularly enjoy Cascina’s homemade breads, pastas and desserts, and the restaurant’s signature pizzas that are baked in a wood-fired stone oven. In addition to its delicious food, Cascina features an impressive wine list and the largest collection of grappa in New York City.
  66. Chez Josephine

    Where the Legend of Josephine Baker Lives On!
  67. Dean & Deluca

    Over the past 10 years, DEAN & DELUCA cafes have grown and flourished throughout New York City. Our comfortable and stylish cafes dwell in several exclusive New York neighborhoods, including Greenwich Village, the home of our University Place cafe, after which Felicity's DEAN & DELUCA set was modeled; Times Square, where we are nestled in Ian Schrager's Paramount Hotel and Rockefeller Center, where our flagship cafe has become the silent star of the Today Show. The offerings extend the culinary excellence that emanates from our parent SoHo store, with a variety of the best coffees, teas and pastries available in the city.
  68. Don Giovanni Ristorante

    Don Giovanni has been serving delicious, affordable Italian cuisine in Chelsea and the Theater District for almost a quarter of a century. We are wholly a family affair, and our traditional Neapolitan restaurants boast both warm atmospheres and lovely outdoor cafes. Service is smooth and easy, and the informality is a refreshing change from the onslaught of pretentious Italian places in the area. Don Giovanni has established itself as both Chelsea’s and Time Square's best bargain and the premier place to go for delicious Italian cuisine.
  69. Esca

    Created by James Beard award-winning chef Dave Pasternack, Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich in October 2000, ESCA is revered for its less-is-more approach, for its elegant simplicity. In his 3-star New York Times canonization of ESCA as the ultimate Italian seafood destination in New York, Frank Bruni coined Dave as "an honest-to-God fisherman, in love with the ocean, and ESCA is his ongoing ode to it."
  70. Etcetera Etcetera

    With its sleek, gorgeous interior and sharp, friendly staff, Etcetera Etcetera has become a heavenly haven and shimmering neighborhood fixture for both discriminating New Yorkers and curious tourists. In addition to mouth-watering favorites such as Homemade Basil Spaghetti with Crab, 10 oz. grilled skirt steak marinated in a parsley, lemon and roasted garlic and Burrata with tomatoes, chives, pesto and balsamic vinegar reduction, there are always fresh and innovative options on the seasonal menus, and the outgoing staff is always good for a tasty recommendation.Whether you are looking for an intimate dinner, planning a large party or just want to grab some late night fare, you can do it all in grand style at Etcetera Etcetera.
  71. Europan

    Our food is gourmet inspired and we pride ourselves in only using the freshest ingredients without additivies or preservatives. Each store that we have opened since has been held ot the same quality and expectations that our very first customers expected before going to the ballet. Something you didn't know about us is all of our pastries are original recipes from the founder of Europan. Being trained in the art of french pastry and working for over 40 years in the food industry, it is no wonder that our customers live for our sweet endings!
  72. Gallo Nero

    Gallo Nero is located in the Theater District delivering a true taste of Italy to the area.
  73. Hard Rock Cafe

    Located in the center of the city, heart of Times Square, the new Hard Rock Cafe New York will rock your senses with tantalizing food and drinks and an awe-inspiring rock memorabilia collection. Priceless pieces from legends The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Nirvana, Billy Joel, The Ramones and Elvis Presley grace the cafe walls along with more contemporary items including stage costumes worn by Madonna and Gwen Stefani. The Times Square cafe also features rock 'n' roll memorabilia from Hard Rock's unmatched collection, including artists with New York ties, such as John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, The Ramones and Bruce Springsteen.
  74. Inakaya

    Welcome to INAKAYA New York, where we invite you to experience one of a kind Japanese Robata grill.
  75. Le Petit Un Deux Trois

  76. Marseille

    Step into the vibrant and colorful world of Marseille. Inspired by its namesake French port city, a cultural melting pot that is France's gateway to the Mediterranean. Marseille, the restaurant, has been a proud and integral landmark of the thriving Hell's Kitchen neighborhood since 2001. Chef Andy D'Amico, also of the Upper West Side smash hit eatery Nice Matin, creates exciting, flavorful, and authentic cuisine celebrating Marseille's mix of French, Italian, Greek, and North African influences. Popular yet unique dishes such as Bouillabaisse, savory tagines, perfect steak frites, gourmet "five-napkin" burgers, succulent shortribs, fresh pastas, and a wide variety of tasty hors d'oeuvres are served in the dining rooms.
  77. Montenapo

    Escape to New York City’s newest treasure, Montenapo Restaurant, our contemporary dining oasis just off Times Square, in the New York Times Building, for a surprisingly sumptuous culinary experience in the Fashion / Theater District.
  78. Ollie's

    Ollie’s has been serving the New York City area for many years, providing the best Sichuan cooking this side of Chongqing. Their chefs are well trained and know how to make a hearty meal taste wonderful. Stop by to enjoy one of their delicious meals today, or have it delivered to you on SeamlessWeb.
  79. Trattoria Casa Di Isacco

  80. Zen Palate

    With the belief that great health, great taste and a great dining experience can all be obtained at the same time, Zen Palate has been devoutly and honorably serving the New York community with our fusion vegetarian fare.
  81. Zuni

    Zuni was established in 1992 by a C.P.A who wanted to create a comfortable restaurant with expertly prepared food served at a reasonable price.The cuisine itself can be described as "New American"; a marriage of fresh and seasonal ingredients prepared with a cosmopolitan sensibility. Here, the humble Turkey and Veal Meat loaf is transformed into a sublime experience. Pumpkin Seed Crusted Catfish and Cornmeal Chicken seem perfectly logical on a menu which also includes Steak Au Poivre and Latin Spiced Pork Tenderloin with Chimichurri Sauce. Lighter dishes include Mahi Mahi with Grilled Mediterranean Vegetables and a Watercress, Apple, Pear and Hot Goat Cheese Salad, accented with Dried Cranberries and Toasted Pecan Vinaigrette. All the while the bar churns out exotic flavored Margaritas, Wine, Beer, Cocktails and Martinis.
  82. Harley's Smokeshack

    Welcome to “Harley’s Smokeshack” ! We proudly serve New York City’s finest BBQ in our East Harlem’s family style restaurant and sports bar. Relax in an authentic Southern Smokeshack and enjoy one of our many signature drinks. We use only the freshest local ingredients available and everything is made to order. We choose only Murray’s All Natural chicken and turkey and all BBQ comes straight to your table from our jumbo Southern Pride Smoker in the kitchen. Sample our succulent ribs, our signature pulled pork sandwiches, our fresh ground burgers and our classic sizzling starter. We prepare your choice of smoked meats,fresh crisp salads, mouthwatering dressings and one of a kind homestyle sides made from scratch. . So from our team to your table, thank you for joining us and enjoy the ‘QUE !
  83. Dalton's Bar & Grill

    611 9th Ave, New York, NY 10036
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    Open 7 days a week from 10am-4am. With 15 50” High Definition Flat Screens, there is no sporting event that will be missed! DALTONS BAR AND GRILL NEW YORK CITY But don’t worry folks, Daltons doesn’t end after the game!With fantastic Drinks Specials until 4am, 7 nights a week, Daltons is the place to be! Daltons distinguishes itself from others with its wide variety of food and menu choices.We have 24 Beers on tap 12 of which are craft beers, with 8 rotating beers weekly , a Full Martini Menu , frozen cocktails and Wine list plus a great Happy Hour selection 7 days a week! You can relax with an ice cold beer or have brunch, lunch, dinner or a late night snack in our Sidewalk Cafe area. Our kitchen is open til 2am every night.
  84. Mercury Bar

    Swap stories with the locals where the wine and the talk flow until the early morning hours. Hang out and delight in the true flavor of Old Hells Kitchen. Watch in awe as your sports heroes from the world of baseball, basketball, football, hockey and European soccer come to life with 5 Plasmas & 4 Large Screen TVs.
  85. Houndstooth Pub

    Houndstooth Pub prides itself on the best in Gastropub cuisine combined with friendly and helpful service. We consider this the perfect combination for your corporate event or just hanging out after work. As owners of Stitch, voted Best After-work Bar by citysearch.com, we know what it takes to ease away the stresses of the working day. Houndstooth is 6,800sq ft space featuring 3 distinctive rooms all containing full private bars and plasma HDTV. Our menu features only the best fresh, local, healthy comfort food. So whether you work or live in the fashion district say hello to your new local and we promise a big hello back!
  86. The Landmark Tavern

    In 1868 Patrick Henry Carley opened his Landmark Tavern, an Irish Waterfront Saloon. In those days there was no 12th Avenue, just the shores of the Hudson, on which his Tavern sat. Mr. and Mrs. Carley designed their new saloon to also be a practical home for their children on the second and third floors.This remained as such until prohibition forced them to turn the third floor into a speakeasy. As one of the oldest continually operating establishments in the CIty today, The Landmark Tavern still retains its classic old New York charm.
  87. Kemia Bar

  88. B.B. King Blues Club & Grill

    B.B. King Blues Club & Grill is the premier live music venue in New York City located in the heart of Times Square.
  89. Don't Tell Mama

    Established in 1982, don't tell mama is celebrating over 30 years as a world famous entertainment destination. Located on renowned Restaurant Row in the heart of New York’s theater district, don't tell mama is one-of-a-kind - a veritable nightlife mall with four individual spaces: a piano bar, a restaurant and 2 separate cabaret showrooms: a cineplex of cabaret!Countless luminaries have come through our doors such as Liza Minnelli, Paul Newman, Joan Rivers, Bette Midler, Rosie O'Donnell, Chita Rivera, Kathy Griffin, Audra MacDonald, Kristin Chenoweth, Mario Cantone, & Cuba Gooding Jr., to name but a few!
  90. Conker Hill

    640 10th Ave, New York, NY 10036
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  91. LaGuardia Airport

    Ditmars Blvd & 94th St, Flushing, New York 11369
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    LaGuardia Airport (LGA) is located in Queens, NY and easily accessed by limousine, taxi, bus, car and many other transportation services. Non-stop flights to a multitude of destinations by 11 airlines.
  92. John F. Kennedy International Airport

    JFK Airport
    JFK Access Road Jamaica, New York 11430
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  93. Newark International Airport