Nicholas Roerich Museum
This compelling little museum, housed in a three-story townhouse from 1898, is one of the city’s best-kept secrets. It contains more...
Champion Bicycles Inc
This places stocks a variety of bicycles for rent and has free copies of the helpful NYC Cycling Map (www.nyc.gov/bikes), which details...
A classic beauty designed by Central Park creators Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, this waterside spot, running north on the...
West End Hall
Beer drinkers of the UWS have much to celebrate with the arrival of this grand beer hall that showcases craft brews from around Belgium,...
Tum & Yum
This small neighborhood Thai eatery whips up excellent curries, crispy roast duck and steaming bowls of rich Tom Yum shrimp soup – best...
2751 Broadway · interesting places nearby
This swank but laid-back lounge – with good stage views from plush sofas – brings out old-timers and local faves, such as George Coleman and Wynton Marsalis. Most nights there’s a $10 cover, plus a $20 to $30 food and drink minimum. On Sundays there's a soulful jazz brunch from 11am to 4pm. Purchase tickets online for weekend shows.
Late nights, you can stop by for free shows (no cover but $20 minimum applies) that kick off around 11:30pm.