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Things to do in Manhattan

  • Morrell & Company

    Located inside Rockefeller Center, New York institution Morrell & Company stocks some 2,500 wine and spirits. The shop has been at the same locatio... More
  • Moss

    Twenty-first-century design connoisseurs can't get enough of this SoHo destination that's part store, part museum. You'll find subversive Cindy She... More
  • Mrs. John L. Strong

    Steeped in an 80 year tradition of fine printing, Mrs. John L. Strong sells exquisite stationery and accessories. Ready-to-write products are sold ... More
  • Museum of Arts and Design

    Occupying a trapezoidal island diagonally across from Central Park, the 12-story, white-marble building by Edward Durrell Stone stood for close to ... More
  • Museum of Modern Art, New York

    The hullabaloo over MoMA's $600 million makeover in 2005 (and $20 admission fee) has overshadowed how impressive its collection truly is. This smar... More
  • Myers of Keswick

    Founded by expat Peter Myers and his wife, Irene, in 1985, Myers of Keswick is an English grocery store located in the West Village. Originally int... More
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  • Nancy Sharon Collins

    p { margin-bottom: 0.08in; } Known for her hand-engraved stationery, Nancy Sharon Collins, Stationer, has more than 30 years of experience in eng... More
  • New Museum

    This striking home for downtown's contemporary art hub—led by savvy director Lisa Phillips—made a splashy debut in December 2007, thanks to its ext... More
  • New Victory Theater

    Housed inside a revitalized building constructed by Oscar Hammerstein in 1900, the New Victory Theater is New York City’s premier theater for young... More
  • New York City Ballet

    Founded by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein, the New York City Ballet is the largest dance organization in the country with roughly 90 dancer... More
  • New York City Center

    Originally built in 1923 as a meeting hall for the Ancient Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, this neo-Moorish facility, perhaps best known ... More
  • New York Conservatory Garden

    p { margin-bottom: 0.08in; } In Central Park is the New York Conservatory Garden - six acres of tranquility and order. The gardens are divided in... More

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