The 77-floor Chrysler Building makes most other skyscrapers look like uptight geeks. Designed by Willian Van Alen in 1930, it's a...
Beloved art deco took hold in the 1930s, as architects turned away from history, creating unique buildings, configured with setbacks,...
Elegant exhibitions of Japanese art, textiles and design are the main draw at this cultural center. Its theater hosts a range of films...
Midtown is an odd place for a multistory mega-club, but that doesn't seem to bother the owners of LQ, who have been packing in...
Fairly authentic Japanese cuisine (a few nods to American can be found here and there) dished up amid paper lanterns and sleek...
212 E 45th St btwn Second & Third Aves, Midtown East · interesting places nearby
Bi Lokma information
Behind a dainty wooden facade, eccentric Orhan Yegem keeps Midtowners nourished with honest, fresh Ottoman staples like stuffed cabbage, eggplant salad and creamy yogurt soup. Stake a table, then head to the counters to order. Top of the list is the Ali Nazik (eggplant puree topped with succulent lamb and tomato mince), the culinary equivalent of a hug from a Turkish grandmother.