Bar & Restaurant
Midtown Manhattan might just be one of the busiest neighborhoods in the world. From executives to the workaday crowd, from native New York to tourist, the sidewalks are full of a large cross-section of the city. And there’s no place where this is more apparent than the de facto shopping center of the world - Fifth Avenue. Looking very much in the style of its neighbor Grand Central Terminal and even at 100-years old, this building retains a sense of classic grandeur with arched entranceway and windows that allow for lots of natural light into the impressive space. Ornate is one of the best words to describe this one-of-a-kind, ground-level spot: Gilded chandeliers hang from the intricate coffered ceilings high above the marble-tiled floor. Once a little cosmetic interior work is done, this space will surely impress the commuters, workers, and shoppers traveling to and from this central transit hub that includes Grand Central and many of the city’s subway lines.