I'm travelling with my boyfriend to New York for the first time, we're planning on going 1 week or 10 days in December.
We love museums, outdoors, art, architecture and local culture. We have absolutely no problem walking all day until our feet hurt :) My boyfriend is an anthropologist, I'm a graphic designer and I'm also very interested in cuisine & food, so any recommendation of interesting places, neighborhoods, markets, besides the usual touristic ones, would be more than welcome.
Trip Plan Details
- Grand Central TerminalForty-Second Street at Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10036recommended Grand Central TerminalIn December you can visit the Grand Central Terminal holiday market. It's a great collection of small businesses selling everything from food to candles, jewelry to home decor. You're also then a ... read morewalking distance away from Bryant Park and visit the holiday market there as well! The Pond at Bryant Park is great b/c you can go ice skating there - prob best to go on a wkday b/ it can get VERY busy on the wknd. Have fun!!!Recommended for:
- Big Onion Walking Tours476 13th Street, Brooklyn, NYrecommended Big Onion Walking ToursIt's amazing how we admire New York City's current beauty and lose focus of how the city got there. Big Onion Walking Tours reminds us of the contributions to the city from history and ethnic cultures ... read morethat make the melting pot the delicacy of today. During some of the tours, prepare to be enlightened by the history of the Jewish neighborhood, Chinatown, and Little Italy and taste some of the edible treasures from the neighborhoods.
- Bill's Bar & Burger - Rockefeller Center16 West 51st Street, New York, NYrecommended Bill's Bar & Burger - Rockefeller CenterLocated on the ground floor of Rockefeller Center, Bill's Bar & Burger offers a mouth watering selection of burgers cooked to juicy perfection and an awesome array of side fries. If you're dining with ... read morefriends, skip ordering separate drinks and try the big jar of the homemade sangria. The presentation is cool and the sangria is refreshing and flavorful.
- Mike Geffner Presents The Inspired Word63 Avenue A, New York City, New York Staterecommended Mike Geffner Presents The Inspired WordThe Inspired Word was the first "open mic" event I attended and I was mentally stimmulated by all the provocative and eccentric forms of poetic, verbal, and musical arts delivered by a diverse ... read morepopulation of performers. All the open mic stage performances were different and unique but they had one common attribute. They all transformed the heart, soul, and experiences from NYC touching the world and the world touching NYC back into inspired words.
- AYZA Wine & Chocolate Bar Midtown11 W 31st St, New York, NY 10001recommended AYZA Wine & Chocolate Bar MidtownOne of the best examples of innovative minds in NYC. AYZA Wine and Chocolate Bar serve Mediterranean style cuisines but the the name of the restaurant persuades you to come in for an excellent ... read morewine-chocolate pairing. The restaurant seating area is small indoors but the outdoor seating is more enjoyable during both the cold and warm seasons. During the cold seasons, the staff place a heated clear tent over the outdoor seating area and provide nice black blankets with the restaurant logo. Perfect time to take a romantic partner and enjoy some heated wine and a molten chocolate cake.
- Xai Xai Wine Bar369 West 51st Street, New York, NYrecommended Xai Xai Wine BarExcellent wine, tapas, and cuisine with a South African flair! The decor and dim candle lights set the ambiance making the restaurant perfect for a first date, 2nd date, any date, or just a great ... read moreconversation among friends.
- Cafeteria119 7th Ave, New York, NY 10011recommended CafeteriaWhen I first heard the name of this restaurant I thought of a public school cafeteria and the servers with hairnets lol, but Cafeteria is far from this vision. The restaurant is a trendy hip place ... read morethat serves and merges the best selections from breakfast and lunch into a delightful brunch.
- Gotham Comedy Club208 West 23rd St # 1, New York, NYrecommended Gotham Comedy ClubLaughter is a great cure for everyday stress. Gotham Comedy Club is the doctor that writes and delivers the prescription. The stand up talent ranges from successful novices to the monarchs of comedy. ... read moreI recently attended a comedy show starring D.L. Hughley and embracing his stand up in a small intimate setting was priceless. Laughter filled the air while the club's professional staff catered to the tables with lounge food and drinks. I will definitely go back for another show in the near future.Recommended for:Nightlife Lovers
- Heartland Brewery and Chophouse - HB Burger127 West 43rd Street, New York, NYrecommended Heartland Brewery and Chophouse - HB BurgerIf you are visiting Times Square, I recommend that you skip the chain restaurants on Broadway and try a local taste of Manhattan on an adjacent street. Heartland Brewery is a block away from Times ... read moreSquare and it caters well to the casual diner who is looking for either a good burger or a terrific cut of beef.
recommended Tipsy ParsonTipsy Parson brings good southern cooking to NYC. I choose to divert from my typical brunch favorites for a taste of the south. My dish of choice and craving was the BBQ Pulled Pork Spoonbread which ... read morealso happened to be mentioned in the top 3 recommendations from our waiter. The price and quality of the food were great, the staff were very friendly and reflected some behaviors of southern hospitality, and the brunch atmosphere was relaxing.
- Top of the RockWest 50th Street, New York, NY 10112
- National Museum of the American Indian1 Bowling Greenrecommended National Museum of the American IndianThe Museum needs work to bring it back up the standards that the Smithsonian is famous for. Disability access is through an elevator. You will need at least 1 hour to visit.Jason Planck
This museum is lower Manhattan and close by two US National Park Units. The Federal Hall and Castle Clinton. Their are also several historical sites to see. that relate back to time of the American Revolution War. this is diffidently a walking tour type of are very little parking/no parking.
- Famous Original Ray's Pizza462 Columbus Avenue, New York, NYrecommended Famous Original Ray's PizzaI had to tried some NYC Pizza it was very good. It was disability accessible for get in and out of the location. Disability parking was on street parking if you can find it. This one block over from ... read moreNYC museum of Natural History and 2 block west of Central Park.Jason Planck
This right around the corner from American Museum of Natural History to some NYC style pizza
- American Museum of Natural History200 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024recommended American Museum of Natural HistoryThis museum is huge to visit and it has lots of people in the place and is easy to get lost and turn around in this place. Disability access is difficult need to watch for where the elevators are ... read morelocated what direction you’re going. No disability parking and curb cuts are difficult to navigate around and it’s across from Central Park.recommended American Museum of Natural HistoryThis museum is awesome. Huge collection of everything from gigantic dinosaur skeletons to wild animals to masks and other indigenous gear from places like Papua New Guinea. Great with kids but equally ... read moregood without. One of my favorite spots for a Saturday afternoon.Recommended for:Family Travelers
- ChinatownChinatown, New York, NY, USArecommended ChinatownChinatown is one of NYC's great neighborhoods. Some streets are loaded with great restaurants, some kinda cheesy selling knockoffs, and some streets make you feel like you wandered into a side street ... read morein China. My favorite meal to come for here is Dim Sum(little pleasures) on the weekends. They roll around carts full of all different types of Dumplings and little dishes.Steve Hunter
Mandarin Court is my favorite place currently for Dim Sum.
- WilliamsburgWilliamsburg, Brooklyn, New York Staterecommended WilliamsburgWilliamsburg used to be a bad neighborhood...now it's New York City's hottest...even though its located in Kings County...also known as Brooklyn. It's loaded with restaurants, bars, cool stores, the ... read morebest food "flea market" in the world Smorgasburg...and now high end hotels are opening up. It use to be known for its "Trustafarian Hipsters" though they have the Trucker Hot & Handlebar stash still exist...it's more what I call Soho East today...oh and lots of cool Street Art...recommended WilliamsburgThe original hipster land, Williamsburg personifies the expensive yet still somehow grimy feeling that prevails in some gentrified neighborhoods. However, you're sure to find delicious food and fun, ... read morecreative bars.Julia P
I think you would both dig Williamsburg - it's a little overdone if you live in NYC at this point, but for a visit defo check it out.
- The Meatball Shop - Stanton Street84 Stanton St., New York, NY 10002recommended The Meatball Shop - Stanton StreetThese places more then live up to the hype and Thank The Lord they now have a I believe three in NYC and one in Willamsburg...which is my favorite. Check their website to see the rotating special ... read moreballs and sides. The Pizza Ball meatballs are amazing. Of special note...as delish as these balls are...their ice cream sandwiches are as good. You can pick two different cookies...
- High Line Park519 West 23rd Street New York, 10011recommended High Line ParkThis is one of my favorite places in the city. It's a park in the Meatpacking district up on old train trestles...it's the coolest thing built in NYC in decades. Great views, places to eat and drink, ... read moreetc..,recommended High Line ParkThe High Line is a great example of an original transformation of a useless abandoned structure into a public place that everyone enjoys. They turned an elevated freight rail line into a park-like ... read morewalkway stretching for many-many blocks. It’s beautifully landscaped - there are flowers and bushes planted along the walkway, benches are conveniently located to take a break and enjoy many interesting views. It’s a great place for photographers – so many opportunities for great shots. There are some artworks on display at several spots. This is a very unique place in New York.recommended High Line ParkReally cool urban park built on the historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. Take a stroll during sunset as you'll get a great view of it.
- SoHoSoHo, New York City, New York Staterecommended SoHoMy favorite neighborhood in NY with the best people watching not on a beach in the world...Great restaurants with food from all around the world, bars, Art Galleries, Shopping etc. Ben's Pizza is ... read moregreat to grab a slice, hit the Spring Street Lounge for a beer, walk along West Broadway for Art Galleries and grab a cupcake at the Little Cupcake Bakeshop
- Lower East Side Tenement Museum103 Orchard Street, New York, NY, United Statesrecommended Lower East Side Tenement MuseumThis is easily the most underrated museum in NY. The apartments have been restored with great historical accuracy and really bring the experience to life. There are several tours offered depending on ... read moreyour interests. Our guide was knowledgeable and the tour was fascinating. What an undiscovered gem!recommended Lower East Side Tenement MuseumAn interesting little museum preserving the Lower East Side's pre-hipster heritage. Tour two apartments where families lived and worked three or four to a room (is this really so different than modern ... read moreday New York life?). Learn about the hardships and dangers associated with life before workers had rights. Depending on your political views, either romanticize this or feel thankful for the birth of unions.Julia P
So you've got Russ & Daughters down there, great. I'd also check out the LES Tenement Museum while you're in the hood, and maybe Guss' Pickles or Sammy's Steakhouse.
- Supper156 E 2nd St
- Jazz at Lincoln Center33 W 60th St # 11, New York, NYrecommended Jazz at Lincoln CenterMy Jazz at Lincoln Center experience was always linked with the performances at the Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola – no specific reason, just the choice of performances. It’s always been a wonderful ... read moreexperience. The room is cozy and just perfect for the shows that they have. You can order a drink or a meal while you are there – everything is served without much distraction from the show. The view through the windows behind the stage, with the Central Park in the background, adds to the magic of the evening. I like the convenience of making a reservation there without paying up-front – you just need to show up there 10 minutes earlier to keep your reservation.Recommended for:Art & Design Lovers
- Morgan Library & Museum225 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, United Statesrecommended Morgan Library & MuseumVery unusual and interesting complex of several older buildings put under one roof and housing an interesting and extensive collection of old books, manuscripts and art. Don’t miss their collection of ... read moreancient Assyrian stamps. Library rooms are richly decorated and have a very cozy and lived-in feel. Walking thru these rooms it is easy to get transposed back in time and forget the 21 century outside the door (no e-books in this library!). Check also special exhibitions at the time of your visit. There was very interesting exhibition when we visited - “Beatrix Potter: The Picture Letters”.
- Yankee Stadium1 East 161st Street, Bronx, NY, United Statesrecommended Yankee StadiumI really loved seeing a game in Yankee Stadium. Being a Yankee fan from the Netherlands, it was somewhat of a pilgrimage to get to the most holy place in baseball (although Red Sox fans tend to ... read moredisagree :-)). I was stunned that a lot of the chairs were leather instead of plastic. Try to get a spot behind first or third base to have a great view or take place in the bleachers to have a real New York experience!!!Recommended for:Dennis Janssen
And if you want to get to know the real New York spirit (as an anthropologist I would like that :-)), you should definitely check out a Yankees game. If they are not in town or you want to go for cheaper tickets, visit the Mets at Citi Field in Queens!
- Ki Sushi122 Smith Street, New York, NY 11201, United Statesrecommended Ki SushiOMG, I'm so glad I found this place!!! I followed a "guided walk" from a book, which recommended another place to lunch, but my wife and I liked the outside of Ki Sushi a lot better. Inside, it's a ... read moreoasis of quiet, which makes it easy to focus your attention on the food. And that's well deserved, because the food is gorgeous!!! We had lunch for 25 dollars in total, which consisted of soup, salad with the best ginger dressing EVER and the best looking sushi I ever had. next time I'm visiting New York, I'll go out of my way to dine here! Highest recommendations!!!!!!Recommended for:Dennis Janssen
This is one of the best sushi places in New York. And very affordable. If you visit Brooklyn (also highly recommended to do), be sure to visit for lunch or diner.
- Le Bernardin155 West 51st St, New York, NY 10019recommended Le BernardinEric Ripert knows how to cook seafood, which is the understatement of the century/ I really liked all the food we got and the waiters are very polite and attentive. They can also take a joke. But ... read morebeing European, I'm used to dining al evening and I find it very hard to get used to digesting a nine course meal in less than three hours and than being "removed" from my table. Especially when the bill rings up to more than 700 dollar. That's why I give four instead of five starsDennis Janssen
Probably the best restaurant in New York, it's a worthwhile experience, but be prepared to pay a serious amount of money (think about 400 dollars for a 2 person 7 course diner).
recommended 230 Fifth Rooftop LoungeOn a warm night, come up here for some drinks and won tons. The food menu has a variety of Asian dishes, which you wouldn't expect here, but it's actually not bad. The views are spectacular, with the ... read moreEmpire State Building and Chrystler Building as your backdrops. The decor is a bit tacky, but with such a beautiful skyline, you won't even notice. Drinks here are pretty pricey, but then again, where can you find cheap drinks in NYC.
- The Living Room154 Ludlow Street, New York, NY, United Statesrecommended The Living RoomNeeding a chill spot on a terribly windy Saturday afternoon, we stopped into The Standard and decided to take refuge at The Living Room, the low-key mod lounge located between the hotel lobby and The ... read moreStandard Grill. It was much more mellow compared to the frat-ish Biergarten and the bustling Grill, which was perfect for me and my girlfriend to relax with a mid-afternoon glass of wine and dessert. We had walked through the Grill before settling down in the lounge, and spotted an amazing bowl of chocolatey goodness that people were indulging in. While not on the menu at The Living Room, our server was able to accommodate our request to order it without any problems. The bowl of chocolate mousse and fleur del sel chocolate cake topped with a big dollop of fresh whipped cream was so large that it came with a spatula! It was heavenly, and went perfectly with our glasses of 10 year tawny port. Will definitely stop by if I'm taking a shopping break in the area, or partying at the Boom Boom Room up on the roof.
- Ippudo NY65 4th Avenue, New York, NY
- Momofuku Ssam Bar207 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10003recommended Momofuku Ssam BarMomo-fuku-ing GREAT! I'm so happy we made our way over here on Sunday evening for our last dinner in NYC. There was no wait at all (they don't take reservations unless you're having the pork butt bo ... read moressäm with a large party), and we got a nice spot at the bar. The space is contemporary and minimalistic with dark wood walls that bear only three photos of Johnny McEnroe (apparently owner David Chang is a huge fan?). We started out with some modern cocktails. I had the Sawyer (Beefeater gin, angostura, peychaud's, orange bitters, lime juice, & simple syrup) - I LOVE anything with gin and orange bitters, so this was the perfect way to start off the evening. It was cool to see that the modern menu was a compilation of different cocktails created by artisan bartenders from NY, LA & NOLA. But it's ALL about the steamed buns here! Man-tou buns stuffed with a thick slice of pork belly that melts in your mouth, cucumbers, scallions and hoisin sauce topped with Sriracha sauce - so amazing that you can't just have one. Yes, it was so good that we ordered two plates of it, so we could both have two of the deliciousness. For our main dish, we had the whole boneless porgy with ramps and maitake mushrooms for two. The medium sized fish was grilled and extremely tasty, though we wished the chive pancakes that accompanied it were not pan fried. There was enough smokey flavor from the fish skin that eating it with a pan fried pancake was too salty. I could have been happy with stuffing them into some more man-tous. We paired the fish with some refreshing sake.
- Death and Company433 East 6th Street, Manhattan, NY, United Statesrecommended Death and CompanyHands down, the BEST bar in the East Village. The speakeasy vibe already ups its coolness factor several notches, but the combination of amazing food AND craft cocktails just blows all other bars ... read moreaway. My best friend and I came here to celebrate my birthday and indeed it was one to remember. We scored seats at the bar where we were graciously tended to. The occasion called for one of their STRONG champagne cocktails, so we both started off with one. We left subsequent cocktails to the creativity of our mixologist. And the food! The truffle mac 'n' cheese was To.Die.For. The pork belly was cooked perfectly, tender and crisp. For my birthday dessert, we shared a German chocolate cake which was divine. All in all, a perfect place to celebrate with all the best NYC has to offer.
- Beauty and Essex146 Essex Street, New York, NY 10002recommended Beauty and EssexBeauty & Essex just oozes sexiness! You might think that the place would be super pretentious, but it's quite the opposite. Everyone we encountered - from the hostess to our server to the bartender in ... read morethe ladies' room (HELLO free flowing champagne in the women's bathroom!). Both food and drinks were amazing. Loved the Woodford Wilson (Woodford Reserve bourbon, pineapple, lime, ginger beer, brandied vanilla cherry) and the chicken fried oysters, lobster tacos and roasted bone marrow. We were seated in the corner table, which was perfect for seeing and being seen. You'll want to make reservations in advance as the place is a very hot spot in the LES. Consignment shoppers, you will LOVE the little storefront you walk through as you enter the restaurant. I found these smokin' hot gold zipper Louboutins that were a half size too small for me. They can be yours though, for only $600!
- PDT (Please Don't Tell)113 Saint Marks Place, New York, NYrecommended PDT (Please Don't Tell)PDT is a low key, underground speakeasy that has so much appeal that even the uber cool Europeans are all over it. Nearly every party around us was speaking in some sexy foreign language. Getting ... read morereservations over the phone are as hard as getting reservations at The French Laundry. As it was a Sunday night, we decided to take our chances and walked in without any reservations. The secret entrance is cleverly located inside Crif Dogs - the hot dog shop next door that supplies the food for PDT - through the claustrophobic phone booth. Pick up the white phone which will buzz the door person inside. We were able to put our name and phone number down with an estimated wait time of 45 minutes. It happened to be less than that, because we were called back after one round of drinks across the street at Bua. Once led inside, we were seated at a small table by the bar. The place is teeny tiny and probably seats only 35 people. It makes for a great intimate place to take a date, who will be impressed by the mere fact that you were able to get in. It's dimly lit with exposed brick walls, and taxidermy on the walls (seems like a trend at many places I went to). The music was such a mix of genres that it was like someone picked five random iPods and mixed all the playlists up. Our server was extremely pleasant and attentive without being intrusive. The drink menu was quite extensive, full of artisan cocktails. We had the White Birch Fizz (gin based), Brazilian Tea Punch (cachaça based) and Kansai Kick (Yamazaki whisky based), which were all fantastic. You can easily spend hours here, but you have to keep ordering, otherwise they reserve the right to kick you out. Also, PDA is frowned upon... though it's really hard not to break out into make out mode when there's such dreamy lighting and luscious libations stimulating you.
- Washington Square Park5th Avenue, Manhattan, New York, United Statesrecommended Washington Square ParkOne of my favorite parks in NYC. It's bustling with people and there is always some live performance happening. Just a great spot to hang out with friends or enjoy lunch or a good book by yourself ... read morewhen it's sunny out.
- The Breslin16 West 29th Street, New York, NYrecommended The BreslinThe uber hipster Ace Hotel is one of my favorite hotels in all of NYC, and it having The Breslin as their hotel restaurant makes it that much cooler. LOVE their lamb burger - it's seriously one of the ... read morebest burgers I've ever had in my life. Their craft cocktails pack a mighty punch. The bar area is a great spot to gather - you'll find a lot of locals who are regulars there getting after work drinks.
- Museum of American Finance48 Wall Street, New York, NY, United States
- Rockefeller Center Ice Skating Rink The601 5th Avenue, New York, NY
- The Metropolitan OperaLincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY, United Statesrecommended The Metropolitan OperaStill the world's finest opera company. More relaxed than it used to be, but the productions are spectacular.Recommended for:
- MoMA—Museum of Modern Art11 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019-5401recommended MoMA—Museum of Modern ArtIt's cool. There is no other way around it. Easily can spend a day there or at least an afternoon.Recommended for:
- Central Park14 East 60th Street, New York, NY 10022-1002recommended Central ParkEveryone loves Central Park! You can spend a lifetime exploring it. Spend at least an afternoon! And yes, it really is the best place to people watch in New York.
- Times Square43rd Street and 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10036recommended Times SquareEveryone should do this once, preferably on New Year's Eve. But only once. Check it off the list and move on. Depending on the weather, this is heaving on NYE or just crowded, but still doable.
- Bubby's120 Hudson St, New York, NY 10013recommended Bubby'sI was tipped off to this TriBeCa gem by a friend on Gogobot, and ended up coming here twice on my last trip to NYC! Despite the name, Bubby's does not serve anything you would expect to be served by ... read moreyour (or anyone else's) Jewish grandma. The food is southern style - BBQ, Okra, Mac & Cheese, Burgers - prepared really nicely and served in big portions. We went for dinner one night and had BBQ ribs (delicious) and the meatloaf (good, but not mind-blowing), served with sides of mac & cheese, collard greens and spinach and corn bread. We were told to try the burgers but didn't do it. Bubby's is famous for its pies, and we did a blueberry pie that was out of this world. We went back on Sunday for brunch and got a smoked salmon plate and blueberry pancakes - both of which was awesome (although our server was a bit of space cadet). Overall great atmosphere and very kid friendly.
- Guss Pickles87 Orchard Street, New York, NY
- Brooklyn Museum200 Eastern Parkway, NYrecommended Brooklyn MuseumThe Brooklyn Museum is a tribute to its borough. While the new construction that added glass doors to the historic facade didn't really float my boat initially, it's grown more tolerable over the ... read moreyears. They program very good exhibits (one Norman Rockwell that I saw last year really shed new light on the artist) and are open late and free on the first Saturday of each month. Yay, Brooklyn!Julia P
I see you don't really have Brooklyn on your list - definitely go to Prospect Park/Brooklyn Museum one day and Williamsburg/Bushwick another.
- Via Emilia47 East 21st St # 1, New York, NYrecommended Via EmiliaBoasting possibly the most authentic Modenese cuisine this side of the Atlantic, this reasonably priced, family run restaurant near Union Square absolutely deserves a visit. Do not miss the gnocco ... read morefritto (fried puffed bread served with cured meats), or the handmade tortelloni, or the lasagna (made in the traditional style with meat ragu and bechamel) This is also the restaurant where I learned that bruschetta is NOT pronounced BrooSHETTA but BrooSKETTA.Julia P
So I used to love this place when I lived in NYC before lived in Italy, and then I went back last month and it's STILL amazing. That's because the chef is from Modena. The new decor isn't great (kind of red booths etc) but try the dishes named above. Prices are super reasonable as well.
- Russ & Daughters179 East Houston Street, New York, NY
- Columbia University2920 Broadway, New York, NY
- Strand Book Store828 Broadway, New York, NY
- SoHo, New York, NYSoHo, New York, NY
- Radio City Music Hall1260 6th Ave., New York, NY 11232
- Rockefeller CenterRockefeller Plz and E 49th Street, New York, NY 10020
- Union Square GreenmarketUnion Square, New York City, NY
- Anthropologie - West Broadway375 West Broadway, New York, NY, United States
- Dean & DeLuca Soho Store560 Broadway
- Bloomingdale's1000 3rd Ave., New York, NY 10012
- Bryant Park500 5th Avenue Number 1120, New York, NY 10018
- B&H Photo Video420 9th Ave, New York, NY
- New York Public LibraryFifth Avenue at 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017
- Solomon R Guggenheim Museum1071 5th Ave., New York, NY 10128
- FAO Schwarz767 5th Avenue, New York, NY
- Greenwich VillageGreenwich Village, 111 Barrow St, New York, NY 10014, USA
- St. Patrick's Cathedral5th Ave. between E. 50th and E. 51st Sts., Midtown East, New York, NY, 10022
- Central Park ZooSixty-Fourth at Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10021
- Brooklyn BridgeBrooklyn, NY, USA
- Statue of LibertyLiberty Island, New York, NY, United States
- Metropolitan Museum of Art1000 Fifth Avenue, New York 10028
- Empire State Building350 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10118-0100