Children's Museum of Manhattan
This small museum features interactive exhibits scaled down for the little ones. This includes toddler discovery programs and exhibits...
Manhattan Cricket Club
Above the Aussie bistro Burke & Wills , this elegant drinking lounge is modeled on the classy Anglo-Aussie cricket clubs of the...
Burke & Wills
New in 2013, this ruggedly attractive bistro and bar brings a touch of the outback to the Upper West Side. The menu leans toward Modern...
2245 Broadway · interesting places nearby
A bastion of gourmet Kosher foodie-ism, this sprawling local market has been a neighborhood fixture since the 1930s. And what a fixture it is: featuring a heavenly array of cheeses, meats, olives, caviar, smoked fish, pickles, dried fruits, nuts and baked goods, including pillowy fresh-out-of-the-oven knishes (Eastern European–style potato dumplings wrapped in dough). Street vendors sell knishes all over New York. Most are of the frozen-industrial variety and have all the flavor of freeze-dried hockey pucks. Zabar’s is the place to try the real deal.