Queensboro Bridge, Midtown East

Queensboro Bridge, Midtown East

Forging the link between the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens, the Queensboro Bridge is one of the major crossings of the East River. This structural masterpiece opened in 1909 and was designated as a national landmark in 1973. You may also recognise it as the famous New York backdrop in many hit TV shows and films.
Dylan's Candy Bar, Upper East Side

Dylan's Candy Bar, Upper East Side

New York

With more than 7,000 types of candy from all over the world under one roof, this is a sweet lover’s paradise. You’ll find Dylan’s Candy Bar on Third Avenue and 60th – it’s set over three floors and is like...

1.1 Km to Queensboro Bridge, Midtown East - Map

PJ Clarke's, Midtown East

PJ Clarke's, Midtown East

New York

This old New York bar is famed for having the ‘best burgers in the city’, and it's where the likes of Buddy Holly, Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole used to hang out. Selling cocktails and a great selection of...

1.2 Km to Queensboro Bridge, Midtown East - Map

MoMA PS1, Queens

MoMA PS1, Queens

New York

The Museum of Modern Art’s hipster sister outpost in Long Island City in a converted schoolhouse hosts cool art exhibitions and events. It’s also well known for its summer Saturday afternoon music sessions,...

1.4 Km to Queensboro Bridge, Midtown East - Map