Welcome to Midtown East

Midtown East is bounded on the south by East 59th Street, east by Fifth Avenue, and west by the East River. While its border with Lower Manhattan is defined, the City of New York refers to 14th Street as the divider between the two districts. United Nations headquarters, Grand Central Station are located in the neighborhood.

B,D,M,F,A,C,E,N,Q,R,S,1,2,3,7 trains serve the Midtown East.

Things to do in Midtown East

This area of Manhattan is famous for its landmark buildings and architectural masterpieces, ranging from charming townhouses to soaring skyscrapers, featuring everything from new condos to the most historic brownstones. In addition, there are delicious restaurants, alluring shops and jazzy bars that will never make your nightlife get bored.

Crave Fishbar

The food is excellent, the service is always great, and their $1 oyster deal during the week can’t be beat.

Hide-Chan Ramen

Hide-Chan has long been the best place for a bowl of ramen in this part of town


Naya is a Lebanese restaurant that sort of looks like a modern shower inside a boutique hotel.

The National

The National is the ultimate utility spot

Trader Joes

Grocery chain with a variety of signature items, plus produce, dairy & more (most sell wine & beer).

Whole Foods Market

Eco-minded chain with natural & organic grocery items, housewares & other products (most sell wine).


MoMA is a place that fuels inspiration with it’s extraordinary exhibitions and collection of modern and contemporary art.

Tomi Jazz

Low-key bar & grill featuring Japanese bites & live jazz in a cozy setting with a speakeasy vibe.