David Rubenstein Atrium
The David Rubenstein Atrium is a modern public space offering a lounge area (with free wi-fi), a cafe, an information desk, a ticket...
West Side YMCA
Near Central Park, the West Side Y – one of 20 YMCAs in the city – boasts two swimming pools, an indoor running track, a basketball...
American Folk Art Museum
This tiny institution contains a couple of centuries' worth of folk and outsider art treasures, including pieces by Henry Darger (known...
New York City Ballet
This prestigious ballet company was first directed by renowned Russian-born choreographer George Balanchine back in the 1940s. Today,...
Across the street from Lincoln Center, this spot has red-checked tablecloths, a buttoned-down crowd, friendly bartenders and a solid...
1900 Broadway · interesting places nearby
The Smith information
On a restaurant-lined strip across from Lincoln Center, this always buzzing bistro serves up high-end comfort food with seasonal accents. Braised short ribs with butternut squash, pastrami spiced salmon with roasted cauliflower, and chicken pot pie are a few recent selections. There's also a raw bar and myriad drink selections. On warm days, there's open-air seating in front.