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The nexus of Murray Hill has become a surprisingly reputable area filled with notable restaurants, great gastropubs, high-end cocktail bars, and an endless list of things to do. It’s a versatile Midtown neighborhood, and you’ll fall in love with the welcoming, down-to-earth energy in this convenient and comfortable location. Spend time walking around Murray Hill or mingle with the locals in one of the many restaurants and bars in the area. While its gained a popular image, there are still some interesting facts about it that most people don’t know. Murray Hill is sprinkled a variety of inspired things to do including smaller and more intimate cafes, bagel shops, brownstones and brunch spots perfect for visitors of any age. Check out our top picks of things to do in Murray Hill so you won’t miss a thing during your stay.

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Empire State Building

World-famous Empire State Building is located right in the center of Midtown Manhattan, with the 86th and 102nd floor observatories providing unforgettable 360° views of New York City and beyond.

*Tickets available online for purchase

 

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Empire State Building

World-famous Empire State Building is located right in the center of Midtown Manhattan, with the 86th and 102nd floor observatories providing unforgettable 360° views of New York City and beyond.

*Tickets available online for purchase

 

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Bryant Park

Bryant Park is a beloved, year-round New York City destination. Known as Manhattan’s Town Square, the park is famous for its lush seasonal gardens, free activities and al fresco dining.

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Bryant Park

Bryant Park is a beloved, year-round New York City destination. Known as Manhattan’s Town Square, the park is famous for its lush seasonal gardens, free activities and al fresco dining.

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Chrysler Building

Completed in 1930, this gleaming building pays homage to the automobile. Architect William Van Alen outfitted the main tower with colossal radiator-cap eagle “cargoyles” and a brickwork relief sculpture of racing cars complete with chrome hubcaps.

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Chrysler Building
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Chrysler Building

Completed in 1930, this gleaming building pays homage to the automobile. Architect William Van Alen outfitted the main tower with colossal radiator-cap eagle “cargoyles” and a brickwork relief sculpture of racing cars complete with chrome hubcaps.

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Grand Central Station

Opened to the public on February 2, 1913, Grand Central is a world-famous landmark and transportation hub in Midtown Manhattan.  Today, the beaux-arts landmark is a retail and dining destination as well.

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Grand Central Station

Opened to the public on February 2, 1913, Grand Central is a world-famous landmark and transportation hub in Midtown Manhattan.  Today, the beaux-arts landmark is a retail and dining destination as well.

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The Morgan Library and Museum

The Morgan Library & Museum holds a variety of exhibitions drawn from its own collections and from those of other institutions. To complement the Morgan’s exhibitions, the institution offers a wide variety of musical performances, lectures, readings, films, family programs, and tours.

*Tickets available online for purchase

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The Morgan Library and Museum

The Morgan Library & Museum holds a variety of exhibitions drawn from its own collections and from those of other institutions. To complement the Morgan’s exhibitions, the institution offers a wide variety of musical performances, lectures, readings, films, family programs, and tours.

*Tickets available online for purchase

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United Nations Headquarters

The United Nations is an international organization founded in 1945 with its headquarters in New York City. It is currently made up of 193 Member States. The mission and work of the United Nations are guided by the purposes and principles contained in its founding Charter.

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United Nations Headquarters

The United Nations is an international organization founded in 1945 with its headquarters in New York City. It is currently made up of 193 Member States. The mission and work of the United Nations are guided by the purposes and principles contained in its founding Charter.

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The New York Public Library

Discover the flagship building of The New York Public Library—one of the world’s great libraries. A magnificent example of the Beaux-Arts style of architecture, this library has symbolized the democratic ideal of free and open access to knowledge since it opened to the public in 1911. Today, the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building welcomes millions of visitors a year from across the world who find inspiration in its majestic public spaces, unparalleled research collections, and vibrant programs and exhibitions.

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The New York Public Library

Discover the flagship building of The New York Public Library—one of the world’s great libraries. A magnificent example of the Beaux-Arts style of architecture, this library has symbolized the democratic ideal of free and open access to knowledge since it opened to the public in 1911. Today, the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building welcomes millions of visitors a year from across the world who find inspiration in its majestic public spaces, unparalleled research collections, and vibrant programs and exhibitions.

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Zuma NYC

Trendy, high-end Japanese restaurant, serving an izakaya-inspired menu. Zuma is the brainchild of award winning co-founder and creator, Rainer Becker, who brings his internationally acclaimed style of modern Japanese cuisine to midtown, New York

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Zuma NYC

Trendy, high-end Japanese restaurant, serving an izakaya-inspired menu. Zuma is the brainchild of award winning co-founder and creator, Rainer Becker, who brings his internationally acclaimed style of modern Japanese cuisine to midtown, New York

Reservations Recommended 

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Hendriks

Hendriks is an upscale, neighborhood restaurant with the perfect atmosphere to gather for brunch, lunch, dinner, or drinks with friends. A warm inviting atmosphere serving New American fare all set in a stylish setting.

Reservations Recommended 

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Hendriks

Hendriks is an upscale, neighborhood restaurant with the perfect atmosphere to gather for brunch, lunch, dinner, or drinks with friends. A warm inviting atmosphere serving New American fare all set in a stylish setting.

Reservations Recommended 

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Bistango 29th Street

A multi-regional Italian restaurant focusing on a made-from-scratch approach to dining. Warm atmosphere with the menu changing seasonally, using local fresh ingredients. Bistango also offer’s an entire menu that is gluten-free.

Reservations Recommended 

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Bistango 29th Street

A multi-regional Italian restaurant focusing on a made-from-scratch approach to dining. Warm atmosphere with the menu changing seasonally, using local fresh ingredients. Bistango also offer’s an entire menu that is gluten-free.

Reservations Recommended 

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The Cannibal

The Cannibal, is your local butcher’s restaurant, rooted in sustainable meat and seasonal vegetables. This narrow restaurant with a shop & outside space offers a meat-heavy Belgian menu and 300+ brews.

Reservations Recommended 

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The Cannibal

The Cannibal, is your local butcher’s restaurant, rooted in sustainable meat and seasonal vegetables. This narrow restaurant with a shop & outside space offers a meat-heavy Belgian menu and 300+ brews.

Reservations Recommended 

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El Parador Cafe

Establishes as the oldest Mexican restaurant in New York City, El Parador Cafe is an intimate, old-school restaurant. Opened since 1959, this classic eatery offiers traditional Mexican cuisine & margaritas.

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El Parador Cafe

Establishes as the oldest Mexican restaurant in New York City, El Parador Cafe is an intimate, old-school restaurant. Opened since 1959, this classic eatery offiers traditional Mexican cuisine & margaritas.

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Sons of Thunder

Sons of Thunder is a casual Hawaiian/Californian inspired shop in the heart of Manhattan’s Murray Hill district. Enjoy customizable poké bowls plus burgers, shakes in counter-serve digs with a big, airy seating area.

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Sons of Thunder

Sons of Thunder is a casual Hawaiian/Californian inspired shop in the heart of Manhattan’s Murray Hill district. Enjoy customizable poké bowls plus burgers, shakes in counter-serve digs with a big, airy seating area.

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Wokuni

Sleek Japanese restaurant putting an inventive, fresh twist on traditional plates. Minimalist interiors, serving izakaya dishes, skewers,  sushi, sashimi & delicious sake.

Reservations Recommended 

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Wokuni

Sleek Japanese restaurant putting an inventive, fresh twist on traditional plates. Minimalist interiors, serving izakaya dishes, skewers,  sushi, sashimi & delicious sake.

Reservations Recommended 

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RARE View

Located atop of the Shelburne Hotels & Suites, Rare View is a seasonal rooftop bar overlooking Midtown. Enjoy delicious crafted cocktails and fare from Rare Bar & Grill adjacent to the bar.

*RARE View is only open seasonal, please check the website for more information

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RARE View

Located atop of the Shelburne Hotels & Suites, Rare View is a seasonal rooftop bar overlooking Midtown. Enjoy delicious crafted cocktails and fare from Rare Bar & Grill adjacent to the bar.

*RARE View is only open seasonal, please check the website for more information

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Rare Bar & Grill

A casual atmosphere with great rooftop views, Rare Bar & Grill is the perfect setting to take in the New York City skyline. Located at the Shelburne Hotel & Suites, enjoy classic American offerings such as steakhouse burgers, addicting fries and delicious cocktails.

Reservations Recommended 

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Rare steak being cut with a butcher knife at the Shelburne Hotel.
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Rare Bar & Grill

A casual atmosphere with great rooftop views, Rare Bar & Grill is the perfect setting to take in the New York City skyline. Located at the Shelburne Hotel & Suites, enjoy classic American offerings such as steakhouse burgers, addicting fries and delicious cocktails.

Reservations Recommended 

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