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The New Yorker
Palace Theatre is one of The New Yorker.

1. Palace Theatre

8.3
1564 Broadway (at W 47th St), New York, NY
Théâtre · Theater District · 104 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "Was I the only person in the audience, I wondered, who wasn't buying the candid carrottop's buoyant ballyhoo?" John Lahr reviews "Annie," dir. James Lapine, 11/19/2012: En savoir plus .

The Copenhagen is one of The New Yorker.

2. The Copenhagen

13 Laight St (at Varick St), New York, NY
Restaurant scandinave · Tribeca · 36 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Silvia Killingsworth's review from the 4/1/13 issue: "It’s Le Pain Quotidien with a Scandinavian makeover." En savoir plus .

Estadio Azteca is one of The New Yorker.

3. Estadio Azteca

8.6
Clzd. de Tlalpan 3400 (Entre Av. del Imán y Av. del Estadio Azteca), Coyoacán, Distrito Federal
Stade de football · 618 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "In preparation for attending a World Cup qualifier between MX and the US, I was ordered to be discreet..." Reeves Wiedeman on how to survive a soccer game at Estadio Azteca: En savoir plus .

Central Park is one of The New Yorker.

4. Central Park

9.7
59th St to 110th St (5th Ave to Central Park West), New York, NY
Parc · Central Park · 1806 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: See Central Park on the cover of the April 1, 2013 issue of The New Yorker, plus a slideshow of Art Deco covers from the 1920s: En savoir plus .

Shubert Theatre is one of The New Yorker.

5. Shubert Theatre

9.1
225 W 44th St (btwn 7th & 8th Ave), New York, NY
Théâtre · Theater District · 91 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: 4/1/13 - Michael Schulman profiles the funniest singer-comedian you may have never heard of, Tim Minchin, songwriter for Matilda: The Musical: En savoir plus .

6. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

9.4
11 W 53rd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Musée d'art · Midtown East · 1889 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: 4/1/2013 - Vince Aletti on Bill Brandt, who is the subject of "a brilliant retrospective" at MOMA: En savoir plus .

92YTribeca is one of The New Yorker.

7. 92YTribeca

200 Hudson St (at Canal St.), New York, NY
Divertissements et loisirs · Tribeca · 55 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: (3/20/13) SAVE 92Y TRIBECA -- A call for the 92Y to reconsider its decision and maintain 92Y Tribeca, from Richard Brody: En savoir plus .

Royal Opera House is one of The New Yorker.

8. Royal Opera House

9.3
Bow St (Floral St), Londres, Greater London
Opéra · City of Westminster · 138 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: (3/25/13) Alex Ross writes on George Benjamin's long-awaited masterpiece, "Written on Skin," playing now at the Royal Opera House: En savoir plus .

9. Patagonia

8.1
414 W 14th St, New York, NY
Magasin de vêtements · Chelsea · 9 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: (3/25/13) Patricia Marx: The store "feels like a huge ski chalet-- that is, one in which O.C.D.-afflicted skiers have color-sorted their parkas before hanging them... from custom-made meat hooks." En savoir plus .

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of The New Yorker.

10. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

9.5
1000 5th Ave (btwn E 80th & E 84th St), New York, NY
Musée d'art · Central Park · 1934 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Calvin Tomkins talks to curator Andrew Bolton, and gets a behind-the-scenes look at the Costume Institute's upcoming exhibition, “Punk: Chaos to Couture.” (sub req): En savoir plus .

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of The New Yorker.

11. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

9.5
1000 5th Ave (btwn E 80th & E 84th St), New York, NY
Musée d'art · Central Park · 1934 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: 3/4/13: The Museum's Islamic wing is open again, after 8 years of expansion and renovation. (Trying to see all [fifteen galleries] in one day will wreck you; come back repeatedly.) En savoir plus .

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum is one of The New Yorker.

12. Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

7.3
1255 Hempstead Tpke (at Earle Ovington Blvd.), Uniondale, NY
Patinoire de hockey · 215 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "Follow the spandex!" Kayleen Schaefer went to Lululemon's annual sale, held at the Nassau Coliseum, and lived to tell the tale: En savoir plus .

Bruichladdich Distillery is one of The New Yorker.

13. Bruichladdich Distillery

9.0
Bruichladdich, Bruichladdich
Distillerie · 11 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: In our 2/11/13 issue, Kelefa Sanneh explains how Mark Reynier, a wine dealer from London, decided to buy Bruichladdich, a then-almost defunct distillery, and ended up changing the Scotch industry: En savoir plus .

Greater Grace Temple City Of David is one of The New Yorker.

14. Greater Grace Temple City Of David

23500 W 7 Mile Rd (at Shiawassee), Détroit, MI
Église · Redford · 4 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Rosa Parks was born a hundred years ago, on Feb. 4, 1913. In 2008, David Remnick wrote about her funeral, held in Detroit, at Greater Grace Temple Church. Here's a look: En savoir plus .

Jardines del Prado de San Sebastián is one of The New Yorker.

15. Jardines del Prado de San Sebastián

8.7
Av. de Carlos V (Av. del Cid), Séville, Andalousie
Parc · Sur · 24 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: In 1957, Mollie Panter-Downes visited Prado de San Sebastían for Feria, & wrote about it in our magazine. "To the newcomer it is still one of the most breath-taking spectacles left on Earth..." En savoir plus .

St. James Theatre is one of The New Yorker.

16. St. James Theatre

9.1
246 W 44th St (btwn 7th & 8th Ave), New York, NY
Théâtre · Theater District · 92 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Sarah Larson attends "Manilow on Broadway" (1/30/13): "Manilow is music, of course, and he writes the songs. Another sing-along, an explosion of confetti over our heads, and then home..." En savoir plus .

92nd Street Y is one of The New Yorker.

17. 92nd Street Y

9.0
1395 Lexington Ave (at E 92nd St), New York, NY
Salle des fêtes · Upper East Side · 63 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Be sure to catch the concert of remounted 'New Dance Group'-- founded in NY in 1932-- dances, incl. works by Anna Sokolow, Sophie Maslow, and others. Performance on 2/1/2013. Joan Acocella has more: En savoir plus .

18. Mayfield

9.0
688 Franklin Ave (at Prospect Pl), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant américain · Crown Heights · 171 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "The food, creative yet controlled, is unusually delicious. Seafood fares particularly well..." -Hannah Goldfield, in the 2/4/2013 issue. En savoir plus .

Pig and Khao is one of The New Yorker.

19. Pig and Khao

9.1
68 Clinton St (btwn Rivington & Stanton St), New York, NY
Restaurant philippin · Lower East Side · 301 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "David Chang [tried] to create a new breed of Asian-American comfort food, but... the formula doesn't work." - Lizzie Widdicombe reviews Pig and Khao En savoir plus .

Madison Square Garden is one of The New Yorker.

20. Madison Square Garden

9.0
4 Penn Plz (btwn 7th & 8th Ave), New York, NY
Stade de basketball · Chelsea · 974 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "Cohen's recitations feel like religious ceremonies. That may not be an accident." Sasha Frere-Jones on Leonard Cohen, who plays MSG on 12/18/12. En savoir plus .

Bistro Petit is one of The New Yorker.

21. Bistro Petit

774 Driggs Ave (at S 3rd St.), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant français · Williamsburg · 64 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "Indeed, it felt like good luck to eat there." Hannah Goldfield reviews Bistro Petit in the Nov. 12, 2012 issue: En savoir plus .

International Center of Photography is one of The New Yorker.

22. International Center of Photography

250 Bowery (btwn E Houston & Prince St), New York, NY
Galerie d'art · NoLita · 65 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Vince Aletti on "Rise and Fall of Apartheid": "...it's the photographers who were on the front lines who give this show its great strength. Their work has lost none of its power or fury." Nov 12, 2012 En savoir plus .

The Walter Kerr Theatre is one of The New Yorker.

23. The Walter Kerr Theatre

8.8
219 W 48th St (btwn Broadway & 8th Ave), New York, NY
Théâtre · Theater District · 80 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Hilton Als on "The Heiress," dir. Moisés Kaufman: "...the competitive edge that takes over the stage... is part of the show's undoing." (Nov. 12, 2012) En savoir plus .

New York Public Library is one of The New Yorker.

24. New York Public Library

9.4
476 5th Ave (at W 42nd St), New York, NY
Bibliothèque · Midtown East · 538 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Tomorrow night (10/24/12) at 7 P.M., Don DeLillo will discuss his new short-story collection "The Angel Esmerelda" with writer Jonathan Franzen. Don't miss it! En savoir plus .

Rattlestick Playwrights Theater is one of The New Yorker.

25. Rattlestick Playwrights Theater

8.8
224 Waverly Pl (7th Avenue), New York, NY
Cinéma indépendant · West Village · 15 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "[F]or a hundred minutes, his ruthless, ravaged caricatures of catastrophe manage to hold our attention with their sense of cultural doom." John Lahr reviews Adam Rapp's "Through the Yellow Hour": En savoir plus .

Whitney Museum of American Art is one of The New Yorker.

26. Whitney Museum of American Art

9.3
99 Gansevoort St (btwn 10th Ave & Washington St), New York, NY
Musée d'art · Meatpacking District · 426 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "The show, as installed by the artist [and] Scott Rothkopf, is an over-all art work in itself." Peter Schjeldahl reviews the Wade Guyton retrospective: http://nyr.kr/SyDICg

Calliope is one of The New Yorker.

27. Calliope

84 E 4th St (at 2nd Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine américaine moderne · East Village · 65 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "[T]errines, tarts, tripe, and rabbit... grownup food, which arrives as a whisper, not a shout." - Amelia Lester reviews Calliope in the 10/8/12 issue: En savoir plus .

Brooklyn Museum is one of The New Yorker.

28. Brooklyn Museum

9.4
200 Eastern Pkwy (at Washington Ave), Brooklyn, NY
Musée d'art · Prospect Park · 421 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The museum has transposed Lucy R. Lippard's cult classic book "Six Years"-- "art history written from the front lines, porous and unresolved"-- into an exhibit. Andrea K. Scott's review: En savoir plus .

Reynard is one of The New Yorker.

29. Reynard

80 Wythe Ave (N 11th St), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant américain · Williamsburg · 163 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: At Reynards, "you don't feel like part of a parody, you just feel lucky to be there." Ariel Levy reviews Reynards: http://nyr.kr/NZLFAZ (9/24/12)

High Line is one of The New Yorker.

30. High Line

9.5
btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St (btwn 10th & 12th Ave), New York, NY
Parc · Chelsea · 1515 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Don't miss the diminutive sculptures tucked into unexpected locations throughout the park, all part of "Lilliput," an exhibit curated by Cecilia Alemani and on display through April 14, 2013: En savoir plus .

David H. Koch Theater is one of The New Yorker.

31. David H. Koch Theater

9.5
Lincoln Center Plaza (at W 63rd St & Columbus Ave), New York, NY
Théâtre · Lincoln Square · 64 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "He was thinking of Tchaikovsky, he said." Joan Acocella on "Divertimento from 'Le Baiser de la Fée,'" part of the NYCB's Stravinsky/Balanchine festival 9/18-9/30 En savoir plus .

Todd English Food Hall is one of The New Yorker.

32. Todd English Food Hall

8.5
1 W 59th St (at 5th Ave), New York, NY
Espace de restauration · Midtown East · 157 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “This is a fancy food court, and it fulfills its function with gusto.” Indeed, it’s hard to go wrong with most of the selection, including their “startlingly delicious take on the ubiquitous cupcake.” En savoir plus .

Francesca is one of The New Yorker.

33. Francesca

17 Clinton St (btwn Stanton & Houston), New York, NY
Restaurant espagnol · Lower East Side · 9 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “In their first departure from Italian food, the Frankies have reincarnated the Clinton Street location as a Basque-inflicted Spanish cognate.” En savoir plus .

Alison Eighteen is one of The New Yorker.

34. Alison Eighteen

15 W 18th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant américain · Union Square · 23 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “Like the service, the food is uneven but friendly.” The appetizers are a strong suit, and they are “justifiably proud” of their rotisserie. For dessert, head straight for the fragrant franzipan cake. En savoir plus .

Perla Cafe is one of The New Yorker.

35. Perla Cafe

234 W 4th St (West 10th st), New York, NY
Restaurant italien · West Village · 160 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The Italian restaurant’s twist on potato chips and P.B. & J. may seem out of place, but “skip the scoffing and order.” Next, try one of their fresh pastas, and be sure to save room for secondi! En savoir plus .

db Bistro Moderne is one of The New Yorker.

36. db Bistro Moderne

7.9
55 W 44th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant français · Midtown East · 94 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: This sleek bistro offers “haute-cuisine versions of home-cooking favorites.” Their theatrical and legendary DB Burger is “rich, well travelled, charred in the right places, and a little bit jaded.” En savoir plus .

The Bowery Diner is one of The New Yorker.

37. The Bowery Diner

241 Bowery (at Stanton St), New York, NY
Diner · NoLita · 107 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “Though it doesn’t always succeed at either, Bowery Diner’s menu aspires to satisfy adult cravings as well as childhood ones.” When in doubt, order one of their creamy milkshakes. En savoir plus .

Super Linda is one of The New Yorker.

38. Super Linda

109 W Broadway (Reade St.), New York, NY
Restaurant latino-américain · Tribeca · 49 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “The space is fetching,” but it’s worth noting that, “food is not really the point here.” Instead, come enjoy a few “tasty drinks with funny names.” En savoir plus .

Gwynnett Street is one of The New Yorker.

39. Gwynnett Street

312 Graham Ave (at Ainslie St), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant américain · East Williamsburg · 79 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Don’t be deterred by the kitchen’s unusual pairings: “This is food that’s meant to challenge you, which is presumably why the kitchen presents it as art.” Indeed, art that you're guaranteed to devour. En savoir plus .

Empire State Building is one of The New Yorker.

40. Empire State Building

9.1
350 5th Ave (btwn 33rd & 34th St), New York, NY
Bâtiment · Koreatown · 1165 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Is the Empire State Building the center of a second Bermuda Triangle? Lizzie Widdicombe investigated with an Internet-purchased radio-wave meter and a veteran cab driver… En savoir plus .

Manhattan School of Music is one of The New Yorker.

41. Manhattan School of Music

120 Claremont Ave (at Broadway), New York, NY
Théâtre universitaire · Morningside Heights · 7 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The delivery of seventeen brand-new grand pianos was “no ordinary U-Haul job”. As students and staff assisted with the movers, two trumpeters “played a fanfare, as if to greet an arriving monarch.” En savoir plus .

Yankee Stadium is one of The New Yorker.

42. Yankee Stadium

8.8
1 E 161st St (btwn Jerome & River Ave), Bronx, NY
Stade de baseball · Concourse Village · 1145 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Test this out at a game: NYU psychologists found that loyal Yankees fans are more likely than non-fans to underestimate the distance between New York and the home cities of the Yankees’ top rivals. En savoir plus .

The Plaza Hotel is one of The New Yorker.

43. The Plaza Hotel

9.2
768 5th Ave (at Central Park S), New York, NY
Hôtel · Midtown East · 230 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Unfamiliar with the city and hiding out from fans, Charlie Chaplin once stayed here in 1916 because he didn’t know of any other hotel where you could dine. En savoir plus .

Zoo de Central Park is one of The New Yorker.

44. Zoo de Central Park

8.6
(Central Park Zoo)
Central Park (btwn E 63rd & E 65th St), New York, NY
Zoo · Central Park · 249 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: A peacock once escaped from the zoo and settled into the fifth-floor ledge of an Upper East Side building, capturing the attention of kids, cops, tourists, and Rupert Murdoch. En savoir plus .

Rockefeller Center is one of The New Yorker.

45. Rockefeller Center

9.2
Rockefeller Plaza (btwn W 49th & W 50th St), New York, NY
Place · Rockefeller Center · 855 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Frida Kahlo once told the New Yorker that her husband, Diego Rivera, lost a whopping hundred and twenty-five pounds while painting the controversial Rockefeller Center frescoes. En savoir plus .

Rockefeller Center is one of The New Yorker.

46. Rockefeller Center

9.2
Rockefeller Plaza (btwn W 49th & W 50th St), New York, NY
Place · Rockefeller Center · 855 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: In 2010, Tad Friend sought to achieve what had once been done by John Updike in 1956: to walk from the Empire State Building to Rockefeller Center without ever setting foot on Fifth or Sixth Avenue En savoir plus .

Church of the Holy Apostles (Episcopal) is one of The New Yorker.

47. Church of the Holy Apostles (Episcopal)

296 9th Ave (at W 28th St), New York, NY
Église · Chelsea · 2 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: In 1996, Ian Frazier started a writing workshop here at the largest soup kitchen in New York City En savoir plus .

Governors Island is one of The New Yorker.

48. Governors Island

9.0
New York, NY
Île · Governors Island · 224 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Imagine a playground that parents actually like: “If you create a park-like environment and people feel really free, adults hang out and participate like children do.” -Adriaan Geuze, West8 architect En savoir plus .

Atera is one of The New Yorker.

49. Atera

9.1
77 Worth St (btwn Broadway & Church St), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine moléculaire · Tribeca · 44 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The chef’s fondness for wild food is reflected in both the menu and the restaurant’s décor. When asked about the vertical herb garden growing in the dining room, a server once replied, “It’s alive.” En savoir plus .

Pok Pok NY is one of The New Yorker.

50. Pok Pok NY

117 Columbia St (at Kane St), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant thaïlandais · Cobble Hill · 345 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: While dining at this Southeast Asian restaurant may not be a relaxed experience, one can “take comfort in the fact that the food lives up to the hype.” En savoir plus .

Radio City Music Hall is one of The New Yorker.

51. Radio City Music Hall

9.4
1260 Avenue of the Americas (at W 50th St), New York, NY
Salle de concert · Rockefeller Center · 386 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: When Radio City first opened in 1932, it was the world’s largest enclosed theatre. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. once remarked to a New Yorker reporter, “Don’t you think that it’s a lovely room?” En savoir plus .

Bryant Park is one of The New Yorker.

52. Bryant Park

9.5
E 42nd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Parc · Midtown East · 1208 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Once infamous, the park is now “a handsome place, with flower beds, pétanque games, a lending library, a carousel, thousands of portable chairs, theatrical performances, and many other inducements." En savoir plus .

One World Trade Center is one of The New Yorker.

53. One World Trade Center

9.3
1 World Trade Ctr (btwn Fulton & West St), New York, NY
Bâtiment · Financial District · 314 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Architect Daniel Libeskind’s plan strikes “a careful balance between commemorating the lives lost and reëstablishing the life of the site itself.” En savoir plus .

The Moth is one of The New Yorker.

54. The Moth

7.4
126 Crosby St (at Bookstore Cafe), New York, NY
Complexe des arts de la scène · SoHo · 1 conseil

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The acclaimed organization frequently hosts performances where “a successful story is received with a kind of love that is almost hard to imagine.” En savoir plus .

The Well is one of The New Yorker.

55. The Well

8.6
272 Meserole St (btwn Bushwick Ave & Waterbury St), Brooklyn, NY
Bar · East Williamsburg · 45 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Located in part of the historic Hittleman Brewery, the bar is stocked with twenty kinds of champagne and three hundred varieties of beer. The massive space also includes an outdoor music venue. En savoir plus .

Parish Hall is one of The New Yorker.

56. Parish Hall

109A N 3rd St (btwn Berry St. & Wythe Ave.), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant américain · Williamsburg · 39 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: "...beautiful things happen when George Weld stays open for dinner." Silvia Killingsworth reviews Parish Hall 10/29/12: http://nyr.kr/Tvf6aj

Takashi is one of The New Yorker.

57. Takashi

9.0
456 Hudson St (at Barrow St), New York, NY
Restaurant japonais · West Village · 209 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: A two-wall mural offers descriptions and illustrations of various cuts of meat and horumon (literally, “discarded goods,” or offal), with notes on their vitamin content and supposed health benefits. En savoir plus .

Arlington Club is one of The New Yorker.

58. Arlington Club

1032 Lexington Ave (btwn 73rd & 74th St), New York, NY
Restaurant-grill · Upper East Side · 50 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: (3/25/13) Hannah Goldfield: "To have a good time at the Arlington Club, a new steak house from Laurent Tourondel, the BLT restaurateur, you must succumb entirely to the experience..." En savoir plus .

The Breslin Bar & Dining Room is one of The New Yorker.

59. The Breslin Bar & Dining Room

8.4
16 W 29th St (btwn Broadway & 5th Ave), New York, NY
Gastro-pub · NoMad · 699 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The team behind the Spotted Pig brings this new gastropub that projects a certain swagger. Chef April Bloomfield’s knack for unusual meats is evident, and the menu reads a bit like Dickens. En savoir plus .

The Fat Radish is one of The New Yorker.

60. The Fat Radish

8.6
17 Orchard St (btwn Hester & Canal St), New York, NY
Restaurant britannique · Chinatown · 224 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The women look like they may be jewelry designers and are overheard pronouncing Kenya “Keen-ya”; the men are almost universally floppy-haired and insist on wearing their plaid scarves through dinner. En savoir plus .

Isabel Marant is one of The New Yorker.

61. Isabel Marant

8.9
469 Broome St (at Greene St), New York, NY
Boutique de vêtements pour femmes · SoHo · 9 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: A coquettish and vintagey take on bohemia selling cardigans embellished with jewels, clear beading, rope trim, hot-pink stitching, and pompoms. En savoir plus .

Allswell is one of The New Yorker.

62. Allswell

8.5
124 Bedford Ave (at N 10th St), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant américain · Williamsburg · 246 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Hannah Goldfield: The dishes were tasty enough, "and felt appropriate in the restaurant’s shire-inn-style setting". More: http://nyr.kr/SAYFeV

Hotel Pennsylvania is one of The New Yorker.

63. Hotel Pennsylvania

4.9
401 7th Ave (at W 33rd St), New York, NY
Hôtel · Chelsea · 321 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: In 1929, Mexican revolutionaries holed up here. In case of spies, they blasted “serenades and nocturnes played by a stringed trio” over a “battery of radios.” En savoir plus .

Millesime is one of The New Yorker.

64. Millesime

92 Madison Ave ((At 29th St)), New York, NY
Restaurant français · NoMad · 54 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: It’s not easy to be a hotel restaurant. Too adventurous and you drive away the hotel guests; too predictable and you become a mere canteen for people who can’t be bothered to go out. En savoir plus .

Museum Mile is one of The New Yorker.

65. Museum Mile

Fifth Avenue (btwn 82nd and 105th Streets), New York, NY
Route · Upper East Side · 11 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: This stretch might just as well refer to the distance spanned if you lined up, ends to end, all the paperweights, mouse pads, and refrigerator magnets with reproductions of famous paintings on them. En savoir plus .

US Post Office is one of The New Yorker.

66. US Post Office

6.1
421 8th Ave (btwn 31st & 33rd St), New York, NY
Bureau de poste · Chelsea · 84 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Robert Sullivan witnessed “the end of the era of the twenty-nine-cent stamp” at a midnight party here in 1991. En savoir plus .

Terminal A is one of The New Yorker.

67. Terminal A

LaGuardia Airport, East Elmhurst, NY
Terminal d'aéroport · Laguardia Airport · 104 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: He “assumed the burden of seeing LaGuardia Airport & NYC & his life & clothes & body through the disappointed eyes of his parents.” —Jonathan Franzen, “The Failure” En savoir plus .

Tibor de Nagy Gallery is one of The New Yorker.

68. Tibor de Nagy Gallery

8.6
724 5th Ave (btwn W 56th & W 57th St), New York, NY
Galerie d'art · Midtown East · 1 conseil

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: After opening in 1950, the gallery amounted to a salon for the New York School of poets, publishing the first or second books of John Ashbery, Frank O’Hara, James Schuyler and Barbara Guest. En savoir plus .

Roosevelt Island is one of The New Yorker.

69. Roosevelt Island

New York, NY
Île · 77 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Near the landing dock, check out new "smart" parking spaces, featuring square sensors embedded in the pavement that monitor overstays. En savoir plus .

Seasonal Restaurant & Weinbar is one of The New Yorker.

70. Seasonal Restaurant & Weinbar

132 W 58th St (btwn 6th & 7th Ave.), New York, NY
Restaurant autrichien · Theater District · 43 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: There’s a certain comedy in trying to parse out one’s order: Frühlingssalat (arugula salad), Jakobsmuscheln (sea scallops), Zwiebelroastbraten (strip loin). En savoir plus .

Strand Bookstore is one of The New Yorker.

71. Strand Bookstore

9.5
828 Broadway (at E 12th St), New York, NY
Librairie · Greenwich Village · 587 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Books-by-the-Foot service provides ready-made libraries. “Bargain books,” a random selection of hardbacks, is the cheapest, at ten dollars a foot. For thirty dollars, clients can customize the color. En savoir plus .

Bohemian is one of The New Yorker.

72. Bohemian

8.9
57 Great Jones St (btwn Bowery & Lafayette St), New York, NY
Restaurant japonais · NoHo · 181 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Its Web site advises, “Please be referred by someone who has already visited us,” and the lore is that its phone number is not listed. In reality, the number surfaces with determined Googling. En savoir plus .

Rubirosa Ristorante is one of The New Yorker.

73. Rubirosa Ristorante

9.4
235 Mulberry St (btwn Prince & Spring St), New York, NY
Restaurant italien · NoLita · 824 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: A waiter: “Rubirosa? I heard he was this man who used to be a playboy and he had sex with everyone, and then he became a librarian.” En savoir plus .

Jeffrey's Grocery is one of The New Yorker.

74. Jeffrey's Grocery

9.1
172 Waverly Pl (at Christopher St), New York, NY
Restaurant américain · West Village · 234 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The front of the vest-pocket space—a hybrid bodega, lunch counter, and raw bar—is stocked with groceries. In the back, a mere two dozen seats at the bar and around one communal table. En savoir plus .

Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark at the Foxwoods Theatre is one of The New Yorker.

75. Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark at the Foxwoods Theatre

213 W 42nd St. (btwn 7th & 8th Ave.), New York, NY
Théâtre · Theater District · 163 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Are people paying to see calamity? Theatregoers suffer a case of Spider-Man Schadenfreude, as injured actors spur ticket sales for the new Broadway musical. En savoir plus .

Alice in Wonderland Statue is one of The New Yorker.

76. Alice in Wonderland Statue

9.0
Central Park (at 5th Ave), New York, NY
Sculpture extérieure · Central Park · 55 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The plaque reads “In Memory of My Wife, Margarita Delacorte, Who Loved All Children.” Not only must all children love Alice but when they go to the Park they must love Mrs. Delacorte, too. En savoir plus .

Apple Upper West Side is one of The New Yorker.

77. Apple Upper West Side

8.4
1981 Broadway (at W 67th St), New York, NY
Magasin d'électronique · Lincoln Square · 143 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “This is loaded with subtle shit,” Apple store architect Peter Q. Bohlin explained of his new building in a May, 2010 Talk of the Town piece. En savoir plus .

The McGraw-Hill Companies is one of The New Yorker.

78. The McGraw-Hill Companies

1221 Avenue of the Americas (at W 49th St.), New York, NY
Bureau · Theater District · 12 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The longest smoke break of Nicholas White’s life began at around 11:00 on a Friday night in October, 1999. He spent forty-one hours trapped in elevator car No. 30. Watch the video. En savoir plus .

Hecho en Dumbo is one of The New Yorker.

79. Hecho en Dumbo

354 Bowery (btwn Great Jones & E.4th), New York, NY
Restaurant mexicain · NoHo · 192 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The place began life as an evening tenant at the Dumbo General Store, but the atmosphere in its new location on the Bowery is meant to evoke the sophistication of contemporary Mexico. En savoir plus .

Minetta Tavern is one of The New Yorker.

80. Minetta Tavern

8.9
113 Macdougal St (at Minetta Ln), New York, NY
Restaurant américain · Greenwich Village · 615 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: This Village relic was revamped by the restaurateur Keith McNally, of the Odeon, Balthazar, and Pastis. The vibe is now less seedy watering hole, more claustrophobe-celeb. En savoir plus .

Poets House is one of The New Yorker.

81. Poets House

9.0
10 River Ter (at Murray St), New York, NY
Bibliothèque · Battery Park City · 16 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “And if you’re trying to describe a institution like Poets House,/…With a library, an auditorium, exhibition space, and reading rooms,/…Ordinary prose will not do.” –Ian Frazier En savoir plus .

Merchant's House Museum is one of The New Yorker.

82. Merchant's House Museum

8.9
29 E 4th St (at Lafayette Street), New York, NY
Musée d'histoire · NoHo · 24 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: This 1832 red-brick row house was home to the Treadwell family for nearly a century. Touring it in 1989, Richard Brookhiser was “struck by the incongruities—austerity side-by-side with lavishness.” En savoir plus .

Locanda Verde is one of The New Yorker.

83. Locanda Verde

9.2
377 Greenwich St (at N Moore St), New York, NY
Restaurant italien · Tribeca · 502 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Robert De Niro’s place seems at first glance rather high-end faux. But the chef Andrew Carmellini’s blissfully homey Italian food serves as a reminder that cooking what you grow is a very good idea. En savoir plus .

La Sirene is one of The New Yorker.

84. La Sirene

8.3
558 Broome St (at Varick St), New York, NY
Restaurant français · Hudson Square · 77 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Didier Pawlicki, the chef and owner of one of the tiniest, least pretentious, more pleasurable French bistros in the city, is a sensitive and adaptable—not to mention Internet-savvy—soul. En savoir plus .

MTA Subway - 42nd St/Times Square/Port Authority Bus Terminal (A/C/E/N/Q/R/W/S/1/2/3/7) is one of The New Yorker.

85. MTA Subway - 42nd St/Times Square/Port Authority Bus Terminal (A/C/E/N/Q/R/W/S/1/2/3/7)

W 42nd St (btwn Broadway & 8th Ave), New York, NY
Station de métro · Theater District · 114 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: After a night on the streets of midtown, “as the light strengthened, the dreariness and the harshness of the Square became a palpable thing,” Morris Markey wrote in 1934. En savoir plus .

Hudson River Park is one of The New Yorker.

86. Hudson River Park

9.6
West St (btwn Battery Pl & W 59th St), New York, NY
Parc · West Village · 109 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “My history is a Hudson River history,” said Albert Butzel in a 1997 Talk piece about his battle against highway expansion and for the park’s creation. It only took him twenty years. En savoir plus .

The Morgan Library & Museum is one of The New Yorker.

87. The Morgan Library & Museum

9.3
225 Madison Ave (btwn E 36th & E 37th St), New York, NY
Musée · Murray Hill · 177 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: J. P. Morgan demanded strict safeguards for the rare objects kept here, stating in 1924 that “one soiled thumb could undo the work of nine hundred years, and a misplaced cough could be a disaster.” En savoir plus .

New York Penn Station is one of The New Yorker.

88. New York Penn Station

5.7
1 Penn Plz (btwn W 31st & W 33rd St), New York, NY
Gare · Chelsea · 1675 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “At the moment of marching across Penn Station, there seemed to be mighty few travellers who would take sides for or against her.” —John O’Hara, “Drawing Room B” En savoir plus .

Flex Mussels is one of The New Yorker.

89. Flex Mussels

9.2
174 E 82nd St (btw Lexington & 3rd Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant de fruits de mer · Upper East Side · 180 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “The name, though reminiscent of a Tarzan boast, is apt: Flex Mussels forgoes European and American tradition and puts the mussel on steroids.” En savoir plus .

Gristedes Supermarkets #504 is one of The New Yorker.

90. Gristedes Supermarkets #504

4.7
4037 Broadway (at 170th St.), New York, NY
Épicerie · Washington Heights · 22 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “The thin galoot outside Gristede’s had taken a powder when I got there; that meant we were no longer playing girls’ rules.” —S. J. Perelman, “Farewell, My Lovely Appetizer” En savoir plus .

CBS Broadcast Center is one of The New Yorker.

91. CBS Broadcast Center

9.1
524 W 57th St (btwn 10th & 11th Ave), New York, NY
Station de télévision · Hell's Kitchen · 14 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “[Tomasina] had pretty much everything she wanted in life. She had a great job as an assistant producer of the ‘CBS Evening News with Dan Rather.’ ” —Jeffrey Eugenides, “Baster” En savoir plus .

Saks Fifth Avenue is one of The New Yorker.

92. Saks Fifth Avenue

8.8
611 5th Ave (btwn E 49th & E 50th St), New York, NY
Grand magasin · Midtown East · 264 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “While riding in Fifth Avenue buses, girls who knew Holden often thought they saw him walking past Saks’ … but it was usually somebody else.” —J. D. Salinger, “Slight Rebellion Off Madison” En savoir plus .

Casa Lever is one of The New Yorker.

93. Casa Lever

8.4
390 Park Ave (btwn E 53rd St & E 54th St), New York, NY
Restaurant italien · Midtown East · 69 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “The space is either the principal attraction (if its airporty weirdness appeals) or the primary problem (if the weirdness does not, and if the premium therefore grates).” En savoir plus .

The Round Table Restaurant, at The Algonquin is one of The New Yorker.

94. The Round Table Restaurant, at The Algonquin

7.3
59 W 44th St (Between 5th and 6th Avenues), New York, NY
Restaurant américain · Midtown East · 12 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Harold Ross, the magazine’s founder, roamed here to ask his friends to write. Once, when he asked Dorothy Parker why she wasn’t in the office writing, she replied, “Someone was using the pencil.” En savoir plus .

Sony Wonder Technology Lab is one of The New Yorker.

95. Sony Wonder Technology Lab

550 Madison Ave (btw 55th St & 56th), New York, NY
Musée des sciences · Midtown East · 41 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: George Clinton, the Methuselah of funk, toured a robot exhibit here, and, even with a spiky mop of red, yellow, green, pink, and black braids, he managed to remain invisible to a school of preteens. En savoir plus .

96. Hawaiian Tropic Zone

729 7th Ave (49th St), New York, NY
Bar · Theater District · 3 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Investment banks recently banned employees from entertaining clients in front of bikini-clad waitresses. Owner Dennis Riese defends himself. En savoir plus .

Loehmann's is one of The New Yorker.

97. Loehmann's

2101 Broadway (74th Street), New York, NY
Grand magasin · Upper West Side · 22 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Before this became a discount clothing spot with communal dressing rooms, in 2007, it was a gay bathhouse, then the swingers’ club Plato’s Retreat. En savoir plus .

Demolition Depot is one of The New Yorker.

98. Demolition Depot

7.7
216 E 125th St, New York, NY
Magasin d'antiquités · East Harlem · 7 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The owner, Evan Blum, sells all types of “vintage doors.” In a 2007 Talk of the Town piece, Blum says, “They don’t look special, but more people have a need for ordinary doors than you could imagine.” En savoir plus .

Bloomingdale's is one of The New Yorker.

99. Bloomingdale's

8.5
1000 3rd Ave Fl 5 (btwn E 59th & E 60th St), New York, NY
Grand magasin · Upper East Side · 341 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Don’t miss the basement around Christmastime “by thoughtlessly choosing to go to Europe instead.” It’s “a high adventure in smells”: bacon, leather, “rayon undies.” En savoir plus .

The Jewish Museum is one of The New Yorker.

100. The Jewish Museum

9.3
1109 5th Ave (at E 92nd St), New York, NY
Musée · Carnegie Hill · 72 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: There’s menorah mania in the gift shop of this spot, which, considering the many exhibits that feature artists such as Pissarro or Soutine, could easily be called the "I Didn’t Know They Were Jewish!" En savoir plus .

SHO Shaun Hergatt is one of The New Yorker.

101. SHO Shaun Hergatt

40 Broad St, New York, NY
Restaurant français · Financial District · 30 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: The gongs, samurai swords, and bottles of wine lining empty maze-like corridors have a bad-dreamy effect, but chef Shaun Hergatt has a way with seafood. En savoir plus .

1430 Broadway is one of The New Yorker.

102. 1430 Broadway

1430 Broadway (39th and 40th), New York, NY
Espace de travail partagé · Garment District · 2 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: At 5:30 P.M. on Wednesdays, people gather in Suite 1107 for Laughter Yoga. En savoir plus .

New Museum is one of The New Yorker.

103. New Museum

8.3
235 Bowery (btwn Stanton & Rivington St), New York, NY
Musée d'art · Lower East Side · 206 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Designed by the Japanese architects SANAA: “The visual signals this building sends—it is at once crisp and pliable, solid and permeable—seem deliberately ambiguous.” En savoir plus .

The Oak Room at The Plaza Hotel is one of The New Yorker.

104. The Oak Room at The Plaza Hotel

7.6
10 Central Park S (at 5th Ave), New York, NY
Bar d'hôtel · Midtown East · 67 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: This Plaza Hotel bar is a bit of classic New York (Cary Grant went there in “North by Northwest”) and features fetching murals of Central Park in winter by Everett Shinn. En savoir plus .

Marea is one of The New Yorker.

105. Marea

9.3
240 Central Park S (at 59th St & Broadway), New York, NY
Restaurant de fruits de mer · Theater District · 350 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Having already appropriated northern Italy (via Alto) and southern Italy (via Convivio), chef Michael White takes on the coast with this shrine to seafood. En savoir plus .

Waldorf Astoria New York is one of The New Yorker.

106. Waldorf Astoria New York

301 Park Ave (btwn E 49th & E 50th St), New York, NY
Hôtel · Midtown East · 278 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: In 1938, workmen laid down a new 2,295-square-foot rug in the lobby, “stopping only to extricate a workman who had fallen into its folds.” En savoir plus .

Harvard Club of New York City is one of The New Yorker.

107. Harvard Club of New York City

8.7
35 W 44th St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
Site historique · Midtown East · 51 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Hendrik Hertzberg watched a 1972 discussion of “the woman question”—namely, whether they should be allowed to join. The verdict: No. En savoir plus .

Wyndham New Yorker is one of The New Yorker.

108. Wyndham New Yorker

7.6
481 8th Ave (btwn 34th and 35th St), New York, NY
Hôtel · Garment District · 208 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: It’s got our name, but it’s got nothing to do with the magazine. En savoir plus .

Hammerstein Ballroom is one of The New Yorker.

109. Hammerstein Ballroom

7.9
311 W 34th St (btwn 8th & 9th Ave), New York, NY
Salle de concert · Garment District · 90 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: Charlie Chaplin said in 1978 that “it was Willie Hammerstein, Oscar’s son, who invented pie-throwing” as a gag for one of Chaplin’s acts. En savoir plus .

MTA Subway - 161st St/Yankee Stadium (4/B/D) is one of The New Yorker.

110. MTA Subway - 161st St/Yankee Stadium (4/B/D)

1 E 161st St (at River Ave), Bronx, NY
Station de métro · Concourse Village · 30 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: March, 2010, marked the demolition of the old Yankee Stadium, home to the Yankees and, in the seventies, psychedelic concession-stand uniforms. Lifelong fans are in mourning. En savoir plus .

NYPD - Midtown North Precinct is one of The New Yorker.

111. NYPD - Midtown North Precinct

306 W 54th St (btwn 8th & 9th Ave.), New York, NY
Commissariat de police · Hell's Kitchen · 4 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: These police officers deal with bomb threats and mysterious packages, and win Tony Awards in their spare time. En savoir plus .

La Fonda del Sol is one of The New Yorker.

112. La Fonda del Sol

6.6
200 Park Ave (MetLife Building), New York, NY
Bar à tapas · Midtown East · 53 conseils et avis

The New YorkerThe New Yorker: “So broadly Spanish (‘modern’) as to include accents of old colonies and rival powers,” with “a casual, airy bar area for tapas and a formal dining room, with Iberian maroons.” En savoir plus .