Christford’s guidebook

Christford
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Christford

Christford’s guidebook

Food scene
East Harlem Bottling Co. is a neighborhood brunch and burger spot to hang out with friends, your kids, or a TV.
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East Harlem Bottling Co.
1711 Lexington Ave
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East Harlem Bottling Co. is a neighborhood brunch and burger spot to hang out with friends, your kids, or a TV.
Exposed brick walls adorned with local artwork, an open kitchen showcasing talented chefs, and an outdoor patio with a full bar. The beast steaks I've ever had.
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Ricardo Steak House
2145 2nd Avenue
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Exposed brick walls adorned with local artwork, an open kitchen showcasing talented chefs, and an outdoor patio with a full bar. The beast steaks I've ever had.
Sightseeing
the only institution dedicated to the 400-year history and future of New York, MCNY offers insight into everything from Martin Luther King Jr.’s connection to the city to its past 50 years of public art.
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Museum of the City of New York
1220 5th Avenue
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the only institution dedicated to the 400-year history and future of New York, MCNY offers insight into everything from Martin Luther King Jr.’s connection to the city to its past 50 years of public art.
One of the park’s best-kept secrets. Open the iron gate, made in Paris in 1894, on Fifth Avenue and 104th Street, and be transported to Italy, France, and England by way of the Central Park Conservatory Gardens. Comprising three gardens with distinct styles—Italian (tiered hedges and a 12-foot-high jet fountain), French (Walter Schott’s romantic Three Dancing Maidens sculpture), and English (shrubs and perennial plants)—this attraction brings a piece of Europe to the U.S
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Conservatory Garden
402 5th Avenue
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One of the park’s best-kept secrets. Open the iron gate, made in Paris in 1894, on Fifth Avenue and 104th Street, and be transported to Italy, France, and England by way of the Central Park Conservatory Gardens. Comprising three gardens with distinct styles—Italian (tiered hedges and a 12-foot-high jet fountain), French (Walter Schott’s romantic Three Dancing Maidens sculpture), and English (shrubs and perennial plants)—this attraction brings a piece of Europe to the U.S