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 bikes 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...
Ding Dong Lounge
It’s hard to be too bad-ass in the Upper West, but this former crack den turned punk bar makes a wholesome attempt by supplying...
Hungarian Pastry Shop
It mightn't serve the best coffee or pastries in town, but this classic, cozy bolthole has no shortage of fans, from exam-cramming...
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, like George Coleman and Wynton Marsalis. Most nights there’s a $10 cover, plus a $20 to $30 food and drink minimum. Smoke is smoke-free but then again so is the rest of NYC. Purchase tickets online for weekend shows.