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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 · $
99 Gansevoort St
"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."
235 Bowery (btwn Stanton & Rivington St.)
"Beautiful and intriguing building! Start on the top floor with nice views over Soho. But more important get inspired by the contemporary art placed in the huge rooms with crazy high ceilings."
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
11 W 53rd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
"Lots to see. Well laid out and something for everyone. Pop Art is just that - everyone loves it."
Museum of Arts & Design (MAD)
2 Columbus Cir (btwn 8th Ave & Broadway)
"Hands down one of my favorite museums in the city. Lovely space and the exhibitions are so well curated. I especially look forward to the videos that accompany what's on view."
btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St (btwn 10th & 12th Ave)
"The view at sunset is wonderful. It gets crowded at times, but well worth the trip."
75 9th Ave (btwn W 15th & W 16th St)
"Loved chelsea market!!! Go early and grab breakfast here. Very nice laid back atmosphere. The donut store was our favorite. Peoples pops isn't bad. We loved the idea of milk bar but if you aren't used"
Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 5th Ave (btwn E 80th & E 84th St)
"Everything is great here. One of the best galleries in the world; the name speaks for itself."
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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