200 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10010
95 reviews

I love this place and have gone many times. Easily accessible from the apartment.

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    0.07 mi

    Flatiron Building

    0.07 mi from Eataly
    69 reviews

    The Flatiron is one of those iconic New York sites that always ends up in movies. This building is custom fit into the acute angle formed by the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway. While there's nothing really to do there, it does make for great photo ops.

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    0.06 mi from Eataly
    67 reviews

    As an artsy kid growing up just outside of New York City I was and still am a huge Broadway fan! And yes, I love musical theater! Believe me I know it's not for everyone but if you are in NYC you should really give the theater a go if you are even the slightest bit inclined.

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    Madison Square Park

    0.1 mi from Eataly
    34 reviews

    I work a block and a half away from this park and it's a perfect lunchtime spot with several spots to lay your blanket and enjoy the sun! There's a Shake Shack inside as well (be prepared to wait) and a dog park as well. Add in the periodic art installations and music concerts and you have a really great ...

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    230 FIFTH Rooftop Garden Bar and Restaurant

    0.16 mi from Eataly
    17 reviews

    I went here to throw down some German at the NYC Language Exchange and the view of the city was unreal. I didn't taste the food but the atmosphere was very upscale and impressive.

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    Museum Of Sex

    0.18 mi from Eataly
    11 reviews

    Very interesting on incorporating the history of art and sex. The evolution of how far we have come from accepting our sexuality back then to concealing it today as a taboo.

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    0.0 mi from Eataly
    5 reviews

    Good rooftop bar and restaurant. Wasn't impressed with the food, but would recommend for grabbing a drink with friends. It has a roof that can open/close depending on weather, so good in any climate.

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    The 40/40 Club

    0.07 mi from Eataly
    4 reviews

    Cool spot. It has a mature audience which is good. The drinks were on point and food service was fast.

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    0.14 mi

    Toshi's Living Room

    0.14 mi from Eataly
    1 review

    Awesome music, drinks are phenomenal. Good vibes

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    0.15 mi from Eataly
    1 review

    Crimson is a lounge and nightclub. It is good for hosting large events because of the spacious rooms. There are two bars on opposite sides, along with a large upstairs area.

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    0.21 mi from Eataly
    1 review

    The Chelsea Goodwill usually has some pretty sweet finds for a bargain. It does tend to rotate between picked over and ripe for the picking, so be patient and visit various times.

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    0.9 mi

    High Line Park

    0.9 mi from Eataly
    159 reviews

    High Line park is a nice 1.5 mile walk, 30 ft above the street in Chelsea and Meat Packing areas of New York, where it used to be the old train tracks. Its a nice pleasant walk with views of they city and the Hudson river.

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    0.88 mi

    Bryant Park

    0.88 mi from Eataly
    87 reviews

    Today this place is a beautiful open park with a number of places for food and drink behind the NY Public Library. It used to be an overgrown crime/drug ridden disaster. I point this out to show how things can change not just for the better, but for the great. It's also know for its Summer time movie Mondays, Ice ...

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    0.48 mi

    Empire State Building

    0.48 mi from Eataly
    300 reviews

    Spectacular views of NYC, Brooklyn and New Jersey. It is NYC landmark without a question. If you are visiting NYC - go and if you are a New Yorker go with your visiting out of town friends or family.

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    0.42 mi

    Union Square

    0.42 mi from Eataly
    73 reviews

    Union Square is a great park that has a lively atmosphere. There's always people chilling here relaxing, and usually there's break dancers, bmx kids, and skaters practicing. It's a great place to people watch especially on a warm night.

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    Union Square Park

    0.44 mi from Eataly
    6 reviews

    Union Square used to be a site of protests and political ferment, and is today more of tiny oasis for New Yorkers and NYU students. There's often some break dancing on the south end, and a great farmers' market three or four times a week on the north end. A relaxed square in which to pull up a bench, grab ...

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    0.61 mi

    Strand Book Store

    0.61 mi from Eataly
    38 reviews

    The Strand is one of the great bookstores of America. If you like non-electronic books, a visit to the Strand is a must.

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    New York Public Library

    0.86 mi from Eataly
    73 reviews

    This is an amazing building both inside and out and you should go inside and check it out. I love the Lions in the front outside they are awesome. The outside has become a cool public space on 5th avenue and behind it is Bryant Park.

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    0.57 mi

    Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre

    0.57 mi from Eataly
    8 reviews

    UCB was started by Matt Besser, Amy Poehler, Ian Roberts, and Matt Walsh in 1996 and the original theater opened in 1999. In 2006 the first improv training center of its kind was opened in New York and UCB is considered the premier school to learn and train in the art of Improv and sketch comedy. The UCB theater has ...

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    0.71 mi

    The Highline

    0.71 mi from Eataly
    4 reviews

    The High Line is a beautiful and unusual way to see NYC. It once was a New York Subway line that has been turned into a park and walking area complete with art installations and gardens. It's nice to see parts of the city from above the sidewalk too!

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    0.84 mi

    B&H Photo Video

    0.84 mi from Eataly
    31 reviews

    Quite simply everything and anything you need camera wise and more this place had it for everyone from the person busting their first point and shoot to the pro deciding on the Hasslblad vs the Leica and which lenses. The store is ginormous and quite be quite daunting...but just ask these is plenty of help there and there process moves ...

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