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Midtown East

Outside Grand Central Station in Manhattan

An Historic Mix of Office Towers and Some of NYC's Most Impressive Architecture

Some New Yorkers may think of it just as a place to work, but this neighborhood is crammed with notable sites and famous places, including Grand Central Terminal (not just a place to catch a train), the Chrysler Building, and St. Patrick's Cathedral.

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At a Glance

  • Sacred site: The replica of Michelangelo's "Pieta" at St. Patrick's is three times the size of the original.
  • Happy hour: Grand Central's Campbell Apartment, now a bar, was once the office and salon of '20s tycoon John W. Campbell.
  • Famous faces: Among P.J. Clarke's fans: Nat King Cole loved the burgers; Jackie Onassis brought the kids every week; Frank Sinatra usually ended the night at table 20.

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About Midtown East

Midtown East, a business and retail hub in the center of Manhattan, is a necessity for New Yorkers and, with its many hotels and restaurants, a convenient base for visitors. During the day, the area bustles with activity along Madison, Park and Lexington Avenues, where shiny office towers house corporate headquarters. After-hours, the more residential blocks near the East River light up as locals return to their apartments. The primary attractions, for those who don't work or live here, are the Read More [+]

LIVING in Manhattan

New York's Best Shopping Streets

New York’s Best Shopping Streets

If the ladies of Sex and the City taught us anything, it’s that New York City is one of the best shopping cities on the planet. Manhattan is rightfully famous for its glossy, perfume-scented department stores and high-end boutiques Read More »


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Where to Dine Around Top New York Museums

Dining before or after a museum visit is often an unplanned affair—with hungry visitors resorting to chain cafes, corner pizza joints or—worse yet—dirty water dogs, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Read More »

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