This part of the Upper East Side is dotted with retro cafes and hipster bars meaning there is no need to board the Subway before grabbing your first coffee of the day. You’ll be able to stroll around the affluent Lennox Hill area, admiring the Victorian Townhouses in awe and envy. Several superb restaurants in the area are tempting too, and a visit for brunch will not break the bank. Upscale boutiques and galleries abound. As well as the celebrated Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, don’t miss The Frick Collection; just off of 5th Avenue hiding on 70th Street it is home to the works of the world’s greatest European artists. The fascinating Whitney Museum on 75th Street and Madison Avenue is a celebration of contemporary American art with a particular focus on living artists. The area’s foodie scene doesn’t seem to be slowing with world-class fine-dining options as well as more casual affairs each bursting with personality. Head West to Hell’s Kitchen for trendy watering holes and contemporary global menus.
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