If the DJ plays le tigre during this too-expensive NYPL party for wealthy young bankers and their half naked girls, watch everyone instantly stop dancing!
On May 14, come by our room at the New York Public Library (part of the Manhattan Cocktail Classic) and check in. Two of our new friends on Foursquare will win an iPad! Read more
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New York Public Library - Ottendorfer Library
135 2nd Ave (at St Marks Place)
"NYPL’s Ottendorfer Library opened in 1884 as NYC's first free public library. The landmark library is one of the oldest in the system."
New York Public Library - Battery Park City
175 N End Ave (at Murray St)
"We are lucky in Battery Park City to have this gleaming example of how relevant, pleasant, and user-friendly a neighborhood branch library can be. Not to mention the green building, which is great."
New York Public Library - Countee Cullen
104 W 136th St (at Lenox Ave.)
"This is Central Harlem's main library. The computer classes are top notch. Laptops allow for usage w/o a reservation. Some locals may lack library etiquette. At least it's light & airy. Prime locale."
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