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Winnie’s Lobby Bar is “uncrowded, friendly, and soothing—qualities that midtown office workers have learned not to hope for—and the absurd drinks on offer turn out to be terrific.”
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63 W 38th St, New York, NY

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“There’s a retractable glass ceiling, a fireplace, high tables and low couches, tiered plates of food, and a menu of Bites, Dips, Flats, Crispies, and Balls.”
Refinery Rooftop

63 West 38th Street (6th ave), New York, NY

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New York Penn StationNew York, NY • August 16, 2010

The lost and found in this once glorious transit hub took in more than fifteen hundred umbrellas in 1947, according to a Talk of the Town story. Read more

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New York Penn StationNew York, NY • October 19, 2010

“At the moment of marching across Penn Station, there seemed to be mighty few travellers who would take sides for or against her.” —John O’Hara, “Drawing Room B” Read more

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Washington Square ParkNew York, NY • August 25, 2010

Home to a free summer music festival since 1953, where music “usually heard in the sanctity (some might say imprisonment) of small concert halls” mixes with the elements, as described in 1987. Read more

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Bryant ParkNew York, NY • September 30, 2010

“Many of the midday strollers in the park are office workers; they have the subdued mood of prison inmates released into the yard for their daily hour of sunshine and exercise.” —Victor Chen, 1974 Read more

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Rockefeller CenterNew York, NY • September 30, 2010

“In the bank at Rockefeller Plaza where he went to cash a check, the long-haired guard asked in a whisper if he could touch Mr. Zuckerman’s coat.” —Philip Roth, “Smart Money.” Read more

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