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Sutton Place Neighborhood Guide

Discover Things to Do in Midtown East

Spanning just five city blocks Sutton Place is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in New York City. Just blocks away, Midtown East is home to numerous corporate headquarters, luxury boutiques and an impressive selection of home furnishings, antiques and design showrooms. Enjoy proximity to all there is to see and do nearby, then return to the quiet streets of Sutton Place.

Where to Eat in Sutton Place

Mr. Chow has been serving Chinese food in its elegant Sutton Place setting since 1979. After all these years, it’s still considered a place to see and be seen. A few blocks to the south, Smith & Wollensky has also been open since the 1970s, serving their famous steaks, surf and turf, and wine.

Mr. Chow

324 E 57th St

Smith & Wollensky

797 3rd Ave

AVRA

141 E 48th St

Aquavit

65 E 55th St

Shopping near Sutton Place

For more than 150 years, Bloomingdale's on 59th Street has been one of New York City’s most iconic department stores. The upscale department store carries everything from apparel to accessories and cosmetics, as well as New York’s famous Magnolia Bakery. Another legendary shopping destination in the area is Saks Fifth Avenue, carrying luxury apparel, shoes, accessories, home goods, and more. For furnishings, we recommend Design Within Reach and the D&D Building (Decoration & Design), while Argosy Book Store, founded in 1925, is a must-visit for literary buffs.

Bloomingdale’s

1000 Third Avenue, 59th Street and Lexington Ave

Saks Fifth Avenue

611 5th Ave, New York, NY 10022

Design Within Reach

903 Broadway, New York, NY 10010

D&D Building

979 3rd Ave #333, New York, NY 10022

Argosy Book Store

116 E 59th St, New York, NY 10022

Sutton Place Museums and Art Galleries

There’s nothing quite like Sotheby’s—it is one of the world’s largest brokers of fine and decorative art, as well as jewelry and collectibles just north of Sutton Place on the Upper East Side. Art lovers are always welcome to visit the numerous pre-sale exhibitions and gallery shows, which are free and open to the public. Stay for coffee, pastries, or lunch at the in-house branch of Sant Ambroeus, and be sure to visit the Sotheby’s Wine Store with a selection ranging from $15 to $15,000 bottles. For museums, it doesn't get much better than MoMa (The Museum of Modern Art), housing works by Van Gogh, Rothko, Warhol, and others, while fans of Asian art will want to save time for the Japan Society, which hosts art exhibitions, dance, theater, film, sake tastings, and more.

Sotheby’s

1334 York Ave

MoMa

11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019

Japan Society

333 E 47th St, New York, NY 10017

Outdoor Activities in Sutton Place

Located less than two blocks from the East River, AKA Sutton Place provides easy access to Sutton Place Park and the riverfront promenade. Stroll along the water, relax on one of the many benches, and take in the spectacular views. For a different perspective, hop on the Roosevelt Island Tramway and gaze back at the Manhattan skyline.

Roosevelt Island Tramway

E 59th St & 2nd Ave

Greenacre Park

217 E 51st St

Central Park

Entrance at E 59th and 5th Ave

Medical Centers

Located in a quiet, residential neighborhood in Midtown Manhattan, and close to world-class medical facilities and care such as Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell, Hospital for Special Surgery, Lenox Hill Hospital, and Mount Sinai, AKA Sutton Place's elegantly-designed, spacious suites feature comfortable king-sized beds, separate bedroom and living areas, full kitchens and modern bathrooms, and are ideal for long stays.

Local Activities and Points of Interest

AKA Sutton Place
330 East 56th St., New York, 10022, USA
Phone: 212.752.8888

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