New York City is such an amazing place. Every person who visits the City will have an totally different experiences that really cannot be recreated….mostly because the City is constantly changing and evolving. NYC has incredible offering of sights, food, art and culture to immerse yourself in every time you set foot on the island of Manhattan.
Who would enjoy it:
Anyone who has an open mind and an empty stomach.
Where to stay:
Le Meridian Central Park – located in an upscale (read: expensive) area. Perfect for a glam trip.
W New York Union Square – In the Flatiron District, which has lots of character.
How we get around:
The subway and cabs like a real American.
What to eat and drink and what to do day-by-day:
Fly in the night before so you can enjoy the whole day!
Dive right into Midtown. Start your day with Sarabeths. Walk up to the park and just through the park. Get to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (the MET) or Met Breuer early and enjoy as much as you can. Cut over to the Upper East Side and head down Madison Ave and shop. Grab lunch at Bergdorf Goodman or Fred’s at Barney’s.
Head toward Chelsea with a quick stop at the Brooklyn Bagel Company. Walk along the High Line. Check out the art galleries in the area, or shop around the Meat Packing district. Then grab lunch at the Chelsea Market. Walk due east to fifth Avenue then walk north and you’ll see lots of shops along the way and the Flatiron Building. Check out Patent Pending Speak Easy or Raines Law Room for a pre-dinner drink. Have dinner at Eleven Madison Park, or if you’re not willing to splurge, check out Gramercy Tavern. OR you could just grab an awesome lobster roll at Luke’s Lobster. End the night with a drink at one of the cool hotels nearby like The Nomad, ACE Hotel, or the Freehand.