59th St to 110th St (5th Ave to Central Park West)
Fouad E. • February 9One of my favorite activities to do here is to leave branches out on the rollerblading path during the summer. Then, just sit back on one of the comfy wooden benches, relax, and enjoy the show.
Social N. • August 14, 2013The magic is still alive in the Minskoff Theatre! This musical brings the Disney cartoon to life in a spectacular way. The costumes, set, props,and actors all make for an incredible experience.
Clement C. • November 9, 2014Come here during sunset for an amazing scenic view of NYC's skyline. Don't walk on the cyclist's path, there's a pedestrian path too. Allocate at least 20 minutes or more to walk through the bridge.
Auzzie Y. • May 29, 2014Can't bring your dog on the trail that overlooks the lake; a little lame bc park time is usually an experience shared with a canine friend, but you can still see the gorgeous city views on all trails.
Alexander R. • September 17, 2011The food is as good as the music. Get the heirloom roar and steamed salmon salad. The playlist today is amazing. New Order, Cure and more. Might be too old for the hipsters in here.
The Corcoran Group • October 9, 2013This new, yet classically elegant hotel draws in crowds not only for the top notch accommodations, but the famous chicken for two at the restaurant downstairs, and the gorgeous lobby bar.
Jaro G. • November 29, 2013I've been coming to this bookstore since I was a kid. I can still say this is the greatest bookstore to come to. It's an Icon for booklovers and even has the same smell of paper & ink. Stop by :)
Anne • September 5, 2014A fantastic hidden gem on the UES. I never really ventured into the park until last weekend. Cute spots to sit, convenient dog parks, and Gracie mansion is in this park, too!...all along the east rivr