Once you’ve crossed MoMA and the Museum of Natural History off your to-do list, check out some of our favorite Midtown eateries. Also, don’t forget to explore Midtown’s best-kept secrets for the arts and entertainment. 6 Columbus, a modern hotel near Central Park, is located between the Upper West Side and Midtown, two of the city’s most lively neighborhoods.
A fantastic pre-theatre option. Italian wine fans have found a haven in this sweet and charming outpost.
Jean Georges’ Nougatine
Sublime Nouveau French cuisine in a tasteful setting. The prix fixe three-course lunch is a fantastic bargain.
Gourmet market with an intimate candlelit wine and cheese bar in back. Great fondue and an amazing hot and cold tapas selection
An impressive steakhouse in a rich and traditional setting, Quality Meats has a diverse menu that makes it a great place to bring your family, host a private event or dine on a date.
Museum of Arts and Design
Contemporary design is the focal point of this special museum. The history of craft, art, and all things design are displayed in various mediums, and illustrate how these items impact contemporary lifestyle and culture.
A New York City must-see, the Museum of Modern Art is a world-renowned museum recognized for its exhibitions featuring art, architecture, design, and multi-media.
This ticket booth located in the center of Times Square sells day-of- show for Broadway shows and other theatre related events for discounted prices up to 50%. This is a perfect way to purchase impromptu tickets and simply try your luck at same-day availability.
Lincoln Center is the world’s leading performing arts center. Located on 16.3 acres in New York City, the Lincoln Center complex comprises 12 Resident Organizations including the New York City Ballet, the Metropolitan Opera, and the New York Philharmonic.
Central Park is just a skip away from 6 Columbus’s steps. Take a horse and buggy ride, visit the Central Park Boathouse, rent a rowboat, or simply relax on the Great Lawn.
Experience the exhilarating joy of unobstructed 360º city views from the Top of the Rock Observation Deck, go backstage and behind-the-scenes of NBC’s most famous studios and TV shows. Visit Radio City Music hall and discover the glamor of its Art Deco interiors, the secrets of the Great Stage and even meet one of the world-famous Rockettes.
The Shops at Columbus Circle
A plethora of stores occupy the multi-level Time Warner Center directly across from 6 Columbus. Dean & Deluca, FACE Stockholm, J.Crew, and Sephora are just a sampling of the wide variety of shops presented in this architectural mainstay.
The ultimate New York shopping experience. Located on Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf’s features premier designers and high-end, contemporary brands.
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6 Columbus Circle 308 West 58th Street (between 8th & 9th Avenue) New York,