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  • 21 Club

    Category: Restaurants

    A restaurant overflowing with history and old-fashioned, white glove service, 21 Club is a standout for business meetings and a special night out. A jacket is required for entrance, but it will be worth it as you admire the figurines and trinkets adorning the ceiling, followed by a visit to read more

  • A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour

    Category: Attractions

    Only in Brooklyn would you start and end a sightseeing tour with pizza. It couldn’t be more appropriate: from the Neapolitan-style thin crust at Grimaldi’s to the vastly different Sicilian-style pies at L&B Spumoni Gardens, Manhattan’s kid-brother borough is as diverse as its pizza offerings. This 4.5-hours bus tour departs read more

  • A Voce

    Category: Restaurants

    A Voce prides itself on its ingredient-driven Italian cooking in a modern environment. Therefore, menus are subject to change based on the season. The Columbus Circle location wows its customers with a splendid view of the roundabout and the city. A highlight on the Madison location’s menu are the duck read more

  • American Folk Art Museum

    Category: Museums

    The premier institution devoted to the creative expression of self-taught artists, this museum holds more than 7,000 artworks dating from the 18th century to the present. There is an astounding variety of ob- jects here, including paintings, drawings, textiles, ceramic objects, furniture, and handmade items like carousel animals, weathervanes, game read more

  • Angus Club Steakhouse

    Category: Restaurants

    The signature porterhouse at Angus Club Steakhouse fulfills all senses. The dish comes out sizzling as you hear, smell, and see it in all its glory. Tasting the perfectly aged meat justifiably rounds out your experience. The bone-in ribeye is also a true contender as a tender and flavorful alternative. read more

  • Apollo Theater

    Category: Attractions

    Apollo Theater 253 W. 125th St. (Frederick Douglass Blvd.) Before American Idol and Star Search, there was Amateur Night at the Apollo, a raucous talent contest that began in 1934 and counted 15-year old Ella Fitzgerald among its first winners. Since then, amateurs and professionals alike have flocked to this read more

  • Armani

    Category: Shopping

    Giorgio Armani’s fashion empire is built upon super sleek suiting and unending elegance, and this four-story flagship is a step into the iconic brand with access points for every shopper. All under one roof, you’ll find A|X, Emporio Armani, Armani jeans, swimwear, cosmetics, as well the legendary Armani suits and read more

  • Bar Primi

    Category: Restaurants

    A quaint exterior leads to a cozy interior at Bar Primi. The Ricotta Bruschetta with truffled honey and hazelnut still maintains a light airy taste despite the smooth ricotta. You must try the Stuffed Meatballs as the fontina cheese melts in your mouth with the well-cooked meat and tang of read more

  • Barney’s

    Category: Shopping

    Barney’s is one of the few multi story stores that seek out the avant garde. They carry the experimental greats like Junya Watanabe and his master Rei Kawakubo’s Comme des Garçons, the dark comfort of Rick Owens, the breezy goddess in Nili Lotan, the genius of Yohji Yamamoto and Issey read more