Situated beautifully around Manhattan’s only private park, the Gramercy neighborhood features some of the best of New York cuisine, architecture, and history. Developed in the mid-1800s, Gramercy was home to many of the premier members of the New York arts community. This community lives on today through the National Arts Club and the Players Club situated on Gramercy Park South.
Looking to spend an afternoon strolling around Gramercy? Start at for coffee and caramel chunk cookies and then make your way up Irving for a lap around the park. Although the two-acre park requires a key that only surrounding residents get access to, the groomed landscape is still a treat to admire.
As you make your way around the park, pop into the for a drink at or to simply admire the hotels’ private collection of , and Warhol works. Looking to grab a nice dinner? Make your way back down Irving to Casa Mono. Serving Spanish small plates and boasting a Michelin star, is a great way to end your evening. Looking for more? Check out a few of these Gramercy-local favorites:
Situated inside the Gramercy Park Hotel, this restaurant from the Union Square Hospitality Group serves classic Italian fare in a warm and elegant setting.
Casual sushi spot situated comfortably beneath a townhouse on Irving.)
Family-friendly restaurant with a great brunch menu.)
A favorite among kids and adults alike, Ralph’s serves over 30 flavors of Italian Ice. Perfect for a hot summer afternoon.)
: In need of weekend plans? Check out Gramercy Theatre for upcoming shows!
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