Category Archives: Things To Do in New York City

Architecture on the Upper East Side

The Breuer Building of the Whitney Museum.

New York is a dream come true for architecture enthusiasts. But while Midtown, with the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building, gets most of the attention, the Upper East Side just uptown also has its fair share of architectural gems. Perhaps the most notable building on the Upper East Side … Read More

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Contemporary Art at the MoMA PS1

The exterior of the MoMA PS1 in Queens'.

Think all of New York’s great art museums are concentrated on the island of Manhattan? Well, think again. The MoMA PS1 in Queens’ Long Island City neighborhood is one of the country’s leading contemporary art museums. Getting to the museum from our boutique hotel The MAve in Midtown Manhattan is … Read More

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The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Inside the Avery Fisher Hall.

Earlier this week we discussed visiting the Metropolitan Opera at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, but this week we want to talk about some of the other great cultural institutions at the Lincoln Center, which is also home to the NYC Ballet and New York Philharmonic. Considered to … Read More

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The Metropolitan Opera at the Lincoln Center

The Metropolitan Opera at the Lincoln Center.

New York is an incredibly cultured city that is rivaled only by London and Paris in the Western world. As such it has a ton of options awaiting tourists keen on exploring the city’s cultural side, whether it’s the fabulous art museums on the Upper East Side, the MOMA in … Read More

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Eating A Swath Through The West Village

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Greenwich Village is one of New York’s most iconic neighborhoods, having come to fame in the 20th century as a bohemian haunt for poets, musicians and artists. The neighborhood’s role as an alternative haven reached its peak in the 1960s when artists like Bob Dylan brought the Village to the … Read More

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