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The neighborhood
for all your needs 
and wants

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Restaurants

Dine with Manhattan’s finest

The Upper East Side is home to incredible restaurants, each offering a unique culinary experience. You can easily take a gourmet trip around the world, right in your own neighborhood:

The East Pole — is reliable as a convenient social epicenter just two blocks from Manhattan House. This Upper East Side restaurant has a downtown atmosphere and well-presented simple and seasonal farm-to-table meals. The perfect place to relax at the bar and sip a cocktail or to spend some extended time sitting comfortably at an indoor or outdoor table with friends or family.

DANIEL —  this destination-worthy restaurant is steeped in French culinary history, featuring a menu inspired by flavors from around the world, plus an award-winning cellar.

Majorelle —  celebrated restaurateur Charles Masson crafts a menu of French classics with Mediterranean influences. Featuring year-round, outdoor seating in the Garden room.

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Carnegies, Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Kennedys. They’ve all lived on the Upper East Side. The very best of Manhattan is all right here.
World-class shopping and dining. Unmatched cultural attractions. Proximity to Central Park.

Shopping

Your own private runway for high couture

Within a short stroll from Manhattan House, you can find anything for your day-to-day needs, plus some of the city’s most upscale shopping, that is sure to satisfy all your desires for luxury and style.

Bloomingdale's — the flagship store has everything you could dream of, so you can browse for fun or find just what you need. Plus 3 restaurants to keep you going on a marathon spree.

Bergdorf Goodman — the most high-end of all the department stores, with 8 floors full of the finest couture. Spend an entire day by hitting the salon, cafe and restaurant. Bergdorf Goodman also has a separate, unrivaled, standalone, luxury, specialty, three-floor men’s store located on the east side of Fifth Avenue, directly across the street from its original store.

Madison Avenue — with over 150 luxury designer boutiques, including Hermès, Missoni, Brunello Cucinelli and Tom Ford, Madison Avenue is the ultimate shopping experience.

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Museums and Galleries

Take a neighborhood stroll through the world’s cultural treasures

The wealth of world-class museums, galleries and cultural institutions sitting along Fifth Avenue is known as Museum Mile. You can easily access the city’s most essential museums: the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, plus the Frick Collection, Neue Galerie, and the Cooper Hewitt Museum.

Central Park

The green heart of the city

Just a few blocks west is Central Park, with 843 acres of natural delights. The list of attractions is nearly endless, from Belvedere Castle to the Central Park Zoo. Enjoy attending concerts and jogging the tree-lined paths, plus playgrounds, skating rinks, ball fields and more.

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Transportation options

From the Upper East Side to anywhere

Manhattan House has easy access to a wide range of transportation options, making it easy to travel around the city, or the world:

  • Subway — with two nearby subway stations, you can easily catch a number of different lines to carry you throughout Manhattan, into Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and beyond.

  • Bus — 3 MTA bus lines run through the neighborhood.

  • Helicopter — easily access the 34th Street heliport on the East Side.

  • Airplane — your choice of 3 nearby international airports: JFK, LaGuardia and Newark.

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