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Discover Things to Do Near Midtown Manhattan

Neighborhood Guide

AKA offers one of the finest places to stay near Central Park, putting you just steps from many of New York’s most iconic landmarks. All the best dining, entertainment, and more are at your fingertips, while quiet and tranquil green space and the refined Upper East Side are only steps away. 

Where to Eat in Midtown Manhattan

The stunning exterior of Petrossian can’t be missed; head here for renowned caviar, foie gras, and smoked fish. Dine in or takeaway for breakfast, lunch, or a quick bite. Sixty-five floors above the city, the Rainbow Room is an iconic restaurant and entertainment venue with striking views of the Manhattan skyline. Since 1934, patrons have flocked to the restaurant, located atop 30 Rockefeller Plaza, for glamorous luxury and American cocktail culture.

Petrossian

911 7th Ave

Rainbow Room

30 Rockefeller Plaza, 65th Floor

Marea

240 Central Park South

Estiatorio Milos

125 W 55th Street

Shopping in Midtown Manhattan

Bergdorf Goodman is the height of Fifth Avenue shopping in New York. Opened in its current location in 1928, the luxury shop for both women and men is one of the finest department stores in Manhattan.

Bergdorf Goodman

754 5th Ave

Tiffany & Co.

610 Fifth Ave

Apple

757 Fifth Ave

Louis Vuitton

1 E 57th St

The Shops at the Plaza

1 W 58th St

The Shops at Columbus Circle

10 Columbus Circle

Midtown Manhattan Museums and Art Galleries

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is more than a museum: It’s a destination in itself. See works by artists from van Gogh to Warhol and beyond, plus a sculpture garden, two cafes, and two-Michelin starred restaurants, including The Modern.

The Museum of Modern Art

11 W 53rd St

Metropolitan Museum of Art

1000 5th Ave

Alexandre Gallery

724 5th Ave, 4th Floor

The American Museum of Natural History

Central Park West and 79th St

Outdoor Activities in Midtown Manhattan

There’s no better place to take in the seasons than New York’s Central Park. Located between the Upper East Side and Upper West Side, and spanning the length of 51 city blocks, the expansive green space is home to two iconic restaurants—Tavern on the Green and The Loeb Boathouse—as well as The American Museum of Natural History and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, two of the city’s most famous museums.

Central Park

Entrances at 59th St and Central Park South

The Loeb Boathouse

E 72nd St and Park Drive North

Strawberry Fields

W 72nd St and Central Park West

Local Activities and Points of Interest

AKA Central Park
42 West 58th St., New York, 10019, USA
Phone: 646.744.3100

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