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      • Art Galleries (5)
      • Parks (4)
      • Museums (4)
      • New York, United States (27)
      • Chelsea, New York, United States (6)
      • Midtown East, New York, United States (4)
      • Upper East Side, New York, United States (3)
      • West Village, New York, United States (3)
      • Cocktail Bars (3)
      • Central Park, New York, United States (2)
      • French Restaurants (2)
      • Hotel Bars (2)
      • American Restaurants (2)
      • Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, United States (2)
      • Union Square, New York, United States (2)
      • Gramercy Park, New York, United States (1)
      • Long Island City, Queens, United States (1)
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      • Italian Restaurants (1)
      • Washington Heights, New York, United States (1)
      • NoHo, New York, United States (1)
      • Williamsburg, Brooklyn, United States (1)
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      Bemelmans BarJune 1, 2011
      Hotel Bar
      • New York, United States

      This is the real thing. A place for Gotham insiders. Gold leaf ceilings and enchanting murals by Madeline author and illustrator Ludwig Bemelmans. Arrive by 8pm and take a small table near the piano.

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      Mas (farmhouse)June 1, 2011
      New American
      • New York, United States

      In this intimate atmosphere of carefully considered details, romance luxuriates, especially in the private back room. To taste what’s in season that day, ask for the unlisted Chef’s Tasting Menu.

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      Fort Tryon ParkJune 1, 2011
      Park
      • New York, United States

      A verdant yet hidden gem set high in Manhattan’s crown. Don’t miss the Cloisters, the Metropolitan Museum’s medieval branch, and the spectacular views from Linden Terrace and the Heather Garden.

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      The Raines Law RoomJune 1, 2011
      Speakeasy
      • New York, United States

      A subterranean speakeasy for a secret rendezvous. Ring the doorbell by the gold sign to gain entry and order the Tiffany cocktail, designed especially for Tiffany by Raines Law bartenders.

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      Iris & B Gerald Cantor Roof GardenJune 1, 2011
      Art Museum
      • New York, United States

      Gaze at a seasonal exhibition of innovative sculptures by cutting-edge artists on top of arguably the world’s finest art collection. Open May through late fall, weather permitting.

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      La GrenouilleJune 1, 2011
      French
      • New York, United States

      The ruby banquettes at this classic French restaurant have been graced by presidents, Mad Men and movie stars. Make a dinner reservation tout de suite and request a small corner table.

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      DanielJune 1, 2011
      French
      • New York, United States

      It is one thing to be in love. And quite another to be in love and seated in one of the world’s greatest French restaurants. A sumptuous and sensual experience by celebrated chef Daniel Boulud.

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      Hotel DelmanoJune 1, 2011
      Cocktail
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Ladies and gentlemen, no way is this a hotel. It’s a bar. An enchanting speakeasy oozing period charm in Williamsburg. Belly up to the bar at sundown or snag a little table and name your poison.

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      Little OwlJune 1, 2011
      American
      • New York, United States

      This tiny spot has a neighborhood vibe, with original American fare by Joey Campanaro. A month in advance, call for a cozy table near those big windows and pretend the two of you live nearby.

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      Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)June 1, 2011
      Art Museum
      • New York, United States

      Before or after hours, the museum is yours alone. Reserve an evening tour with an art historian at least two weeks in advance (the fee is $500) and be sure to include a stop at the sculpture garden.

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      Il BucoJune 1, 2011
      Italian
      • New York, United States

      Formerly an antique shop, this charming enoteca beckons with the warmth of an Italian grandmother and fires romance. Book early and they’ll celebrate Tiffany couples with a prosecco toast.

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      Church of St. Luke in the FieldsJune 1, 2011
      Church
      • New York, United States

      In the walled garden, listen to the house sparrow near the tool shed and marvel that you’re still in the city. Afterward, amble over to Turks & Frogs (323 W. 11th St.), an antique shop-cum-wine bar.

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      Italian Wine MerchantsJune 1, 2011
      Wine Shop
      • New York, United States

      At a private wine tasting, oenophiles will be transported to an Old World wine cellar in Italy with a personal sommelier and a magnificent meal designed by a three-star chef to enhance each wine.

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      Central Park - Conservatory GardenJune 1, 2011
      Garden
      • New York, United States

      Tucked away are the conservatory gardens of French, English and Italian design, each fragrant with the blooms of the season. Here you will escape the crowds, the noise and bustle of the city.

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      The Noguchi MuseumJune 1, 2011
      Museum
      • Long Island City, United States

      To walk through the museum’s tranquil sculpture garden with someone you love is a rare treat. Later, sip exotic cocktails at Dutch Kills (27-24 Jackson Ave.), an artsy watering hole.

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      Brooklyn Bridge Park - Pier 1June 1, 2011
      Park
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Head to Pier 1 to see Gotham in its full majesty. Enticing treats abound, especially at the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory. You can even drop in to hear first-rate chamber music at the floating barge.

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      Brooklyn Heights PromenadeJune 1, 2011
      Park
      • Brooklyn, United States

      Here you’ll feel the power, romance and glamour of Gotham. The Statue of Liberty presents her torch of freedom while downtown’s skyscrapers reach the clouds.

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      Gagosian GalleryJune 1, 2011
      Art Gallery
      • New York, United States

      Steal away for a weekday afternoon with your favorite art lover and check out the exhilarating masterworks at this gallery, which launched the careers of important contemporary artists.

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      The Pace GalleryJune 1, 2011
      Art Gallery
      • New York, United States

      Chelsea is positively pulsing with excitement, creativity and energy. And there’s no better place to experience the world’s contemporary art scene than Pace Gallery.

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      Matthew MarksJune 1, 2011
      Art Gallery
      • New York, United States

      After viewing the cutting-edge masterworks at this gallery, tuck into tapas at Tia Pol or farm-to-table fare at Cookshop.

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