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New York - Around Town : Midtown (part 3) - Midtown Museums & Art, Restaurants

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Midtown Museums & Art

  1. Morgan Library & Museum

    The library reopened in 2006 after a major expansion to hold this private collection of rare books, prints, and manuscripts .

    • 225 Madison Ave at 36th St

    • Open 10:30am–5pm Tue–Thu (to 9pm Fri), 10am–6pm Sat & Sun

    • Admission charge

    Morgan Library
  2. Museum of Modern Art

    Reopened in 2005 following a massive renovation program, the new building is worthy of this outstanding collection .

    • 11 West 53rd St at 5th Ave

  3. American Folk Art Museum

    This extensive collection of folk art is now housed in an elegant eight-story building.

    • 45 West 53rd St

    • Open 10:30am–5:30pm Tue–Sun (to 7:30pm Fri)

    • Admission charge

  4. Museum of Arts and Design

    The permanent collection, which dates from 1900, includes 2000 craft exhibits.

    • 2 Columbus Circle

    • Open 10am–6pm Fri–Wed (10am–8pm Thu)

    • Admission charge

  5. International Center of Photography

    Two floors of retrospectives and changing exhibits.

    • 1133 6th Ave

    • Open 10am–6pm Tue–Sun (to 8pm Fri)

    • Admission charge

  6. Paley Center for Media

    Watch your favorites from over 60,000 radio and TV programs, plus special exhibits and classic screenings.

    • 25 West 52nd St, between 5th & 6th Aves

    • Open noon–6pm Tue-Sun (to 8pm Thu)

    • www.mtr.org

    • Admission charge

  7. Transit Museum Gallery Annex

    Images and objects from the Brooklyn Museum are on display here.

    • Shuttle Passage, Grand Central Terminal

    • Open 8am–8pm Mon–Fri, 10am–6pm Sat–Sun

    • Free

  8. New York Public Library Galleries

    Rare prints, paintings, and changing exhibitions.

    • 5th Ave at 42nd St

    • Open 11am–6pm Tue–Wed, 10am–6pm Thu–Sat

    • Free

    New York Public Library
  9. Sculpture Garden at 590 Madison

    The zen-like atrium of the IBM building houses a rotating cast of sculptures in glass walls.

    • 590 Madison Ave at 57th St

    • Free

  10. Municipal Art Society Galleries

    Changing exhibits covering the city’s architecture and neighborhoods.

    • 457 Madison Ave

    • Open 10am–6pm Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat

    • Free

Restaurants

  1. Four Seasons

    An award-winning New York institution with landmark decor and great celebrity spotting opportunities .

    • 99 East 52nd St at Park Ave

    • 212 754 9494

  2. Le Bernardin

    Acclaimed chef Eric Ripert does wonders with every kind of fish and seafood – the dining experience here is sheer perfection.

    • 155 West 51st St at 6th Ave

    • 212 489 1515

  3. Blue Fin

    One of the coolest places in the area, this restaurant is dedicated to serving seafood dishes including sushi and raw bar selections.

    • 1567 Broadway at 47th Street

    • 212 918 1400

  4. Whole Foods Café

    A self-service cafeteria where you can choose from a range of freshly prepared meals at the buffet. Proceed through the check-out and find a table.

    • Time Warner Center, downstairs, 10 Columbus Circle, 60th St at Broadway

    • 212 823 9600

  5. Le Colonial

    Sultry decor straight out of 1930s Saigon sets the scene for a Vietnamese/French menu full of delicate contrasts and combinations. Relax with an after-dinner drink in the lounge upstairs.

    • 149 East 57th St at Lexington Ave

    • 212 752 0808

    Le Colonial
  6. Osteria del Circo

    The sons of Le Cirque’s owner have created their own whimsical circus, serving traditional Tuscan fare.

    • 120 West 55th St at 6th Ave

    • 212 265 3636

  7. Grand Central Oyster Bar and Restaurant

    A New York classic, this bustling and ever-popular restaurant serves only the freshest seafood.

    • Grand Central Terminal, lower level, 42nd St at Lexington Ave

    • 212 490 6650

    Grand Central Oyster Bar and Restaurant
  8. Brasserie

    Newly remodeled with sleek, high-tech decor. The updated bistro menu features modern French/American Pacific dishes but still includes a few classics.

    • 100 East 53rd St at Lexington Ave

    • 212 751 4840

  9. Convivio

    High-end Italian food served in a cozy dining room tucked away in Tudor City. Excellent prix-fixe menu, crowd-pleasing desserts, and outstanding service.

    • 45 Tudor City Place

    • 212 599 5045

  10. La Bonne Soupe

    A midtown haven for the thrifty, with comfortable, old-fashioned, French bistro charm. This theater district favorite is a great place to eat after a show. Most of the entrées are under $15.

    • 48 West 55th St, between 5th & 6th Aves

    • 212 586 7650

Unless otherwise stated, all restaurants accept credit cards and serve vegetarian meals

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