Upper West Side

Upper West Side

Neighborhood

The Upper West Side is bound by 59th St to the south, Central Park to the west, the Hudson River to the west, and 96th St and 110th St to the north.


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What to do

CULTURE AND COMMUNITY

With the Natural History Museum on 77th street and Central Park West and Riverside Park on 72nd Street and St. Clair Place, you will always have outlets for intrigue. Catch a show at Lincoln Center on 66th Street and Broadway. And of course, there's always Central Park from 59th Street to 110th.


Where to eat and drink

RESTAURANTS AND NIGHTLIFE

The Gin Mill

The options are endless, from Nice Matin on 79th Street and Amsterdam, or The Parlour on 86th Street and Broadway, to Good Enough to Eat on 82nd Street and Amsterdam. Or try Uno Chicago on 79th Street and Columbus, or Fred's on 82nd Street and Amsterdam. Even more on Amsterdam Avenue are Jake's Dilemma and The Gin Mill on 82nd Street, Sarabeth's West on 80th, and George Keely’s on 83rd.

Transportation

TRAINS, BUSES, AND CABS

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Trains: The B,C trains run along Central Park West and stop at 72nd, 81st, 86th, 96th, 103rd and 110th St. The 1 train runs local along Broadway and stops at 66th, 72nd, 79th, 86th, 96th, 103rd, and 110th St. The 2,3 trains run express along Broadway and stop at 72nd and 96th St.

Buses: Buses run north and south along all major streets on the Upper West Side except West End Ave, and cross town buses run along 72nd, 79th, 86th, and 96th Streets. MTA Link