The Whitney houses one of the world's foremost collections of modern and contemporary American art.
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New American · $$$
99 Gansevoort St
"Everything we had was super! The fried chicken, the short ribs, the carrots, the chicory salad, the wines, the friendly service--great place! Supposedly less busy M-Th & Sun."
Café · $
"The more casual Danny Meyer offering, Studio Cafe offers a selection of toasts (like the sugar snap peas, coat cheese, pine nut, and black olive option), salads, soups, snacks, and some desserts."
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
11 W 53rd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
"My favorite museum in NYC. Definitely the place to go for modern art. Whitney would be my choice for paintings. Anyway, I recommend getting a membership here for $70 because it's well worth it."
Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 5th Ave (btwn E 80th & E 84th St)
"Breathtaking beauty. My favorite museum in the world. Check the rooftop garden in the summer."
The Frick Collection
1 E 70th St (at 5th Ave)
"In case you aren't part of the 1%, this museum is a great place to play house. The indoor garden is peaceful and perfect for writing or daydreaming. Student discount membership is the best way to go."
btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St (btwn 10th & 12th Ave)
"Beautiful walk during any season, really cool architecture to see along the way!"
Desserts · $$$
864 Madison Ave (btwn E 70th & E 71st St)
"So happy that Ladurée finally opened a shop in the US! I love their fruit flavored macarons. You can't go wrong with the raspberry or lemon macarons."
75 9th Ave (btwn W 15th & W 16th St)
"One of my favourite spots in New York! Especially in the Saturday and Sunday mornings...great spot for brunch and coffee! Shop at Anthropologie and the hip shops outside with a takeout coffee"
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Former Location of Edward Hopper's First New York City Studio (1910) 53 East 59th Street (Between Madison and Park Avenues)
Former Location of Edward Hopper's Studio (1913−1967) 3 Washington Sq N (At Washington Square East)
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