Welcome to the Upper East Side

Upper East Side is bounded on the south by 59th Street, north by 96th Street, Central Park to the west, and the East River to the east. Lenox Hill, Carnegie Hill, and Yorkville are located in the neighborhood. 4,5,6, <6>, N, Q, and R trains serve the Upper East Side.

Things to do on the Upper East Side

Leafy home to the City’s elite, the Upper East Side is a place for pastry, pearls and pocket squares. Refined culture and shopping are the name of the game up here. Case in point: Museum Mile, whose institutions include big names like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum alongside gems like Neue Galerie and the Frick Collection. The shopping options offer a chance to get a new wardrobe from luxury boutiques and high-end department stores.


Vaucluse is a stylish brasserie with a distinctive New York vibe.

Bemelmans Bar

Enjoying the illustrations on the wall and a perfectly made martini at this classic New York bar.

Minetta Tavern

Won the battle of best artisan burger on the New York food scene with it’s infamous Black Label Burger.

The Surrey

Home to Daniel Bouloud’s slightly more laid-back yet fine dining joint and the Gatsby-esque Bar Pleiades.

Cabinet of Curiosities

Unique gifts, rare minerals, taxidermy and objet are the specialties of this collector’s paradise.

Isabel Marant

Designer Isabel Marant is based in Paris, but recently added Upper East outposts to their retail repertoire.

The Met Breuer

The Metropolitan Museum moved it’s modern and contemporary exhibitions in, staking claim of the Marcel Breuer designed landmark location.

Georgia Louise

For her ‘lift and sculpt method;’ translation: instant mini-facelift.