A year-round public park, known as Manhattan’s Town Square. Famous for its iconic Winter Village during the holiday season, with an ice skating rink and their Holiday Shops.
The largest museum in the U.S. located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. It’s timeless, houses highly coveted artwork collections and hosts the famous Met Gala each year. This fundraiser benefit marks the opening of the Costume Institute's annual fashion exhibit, organized by Vogue.
This triangular 22-story building in the Flatiron District of Manhattan was built to fill the wedge-shaped area between Fifth Avenue and Broadway. It's intrigued photographers and artists with its unique design for centuries, and continues to today.
With many locations around the city, it’s a one-stop-shop for quality iced lattes and avocado toast — the classic 21st century NYC outing.
They take their coffee very seriously. To them, it’s a science and they have a type of brew for every mood.
One of the most aesthetically pleasing, well-thought-out designed cafés. Matcha is on the rise and they’ve created the perfect dining experience.
An elevated linear park created on a former New York Central Railroad, with an incredible view of windowed skyscrapers. If you catch it at golden hour, a halo-like glow shines over the city.
A famous hotel, mostly known for its iconic photo-op entrance. “Nostalgic and Modern” is what this hidden gem represents.
A public park in charming Greenwich Village. A classic NYC landmark, never lacking in excitement with live music, street performers and picnics in the park.