Murray Hill is a casual low-key part of town that is miraculously serene despite its proximity to bustling Midtown. Perhaps it’s the breeze from the East River, or the omnipresent peak of the Empire State Building; whatever it is, Murray Hill has a quiet confidence and a very warm welcome. Now just because Murray likes to take it easy, doesn’t mean that he can’t show you a good time. A concoction of quirky cafes and hidden-gem bars make it an interesting quarter to explore. Lexington Avenue is peppered with world-class fine-dining, fashionable lunch spots and impressive rooftop bars. Be sure to visit Pete’s Tavern at Irving Place. It’s New York’s oldest saloon only surviving the prohibition era by disguising itself as a flower shop. To make the most of the stunning views across the river, several venues along the bay host seasonal al fresco events in fine weather so it’s worth doing your homework and booking in advance. You’re also a stone’s throw from the Flatiron District, bohemian East Village and friendly Kips Bay.
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