Nestled between two parks, the Upper West Side provides a respite from city living.
Nestled between two parks, the Upper West Side provides a respite from city living. With its tree-lined streets and picturesque brownstones, it's the perfect place to call home. Culture lovers enjoy Lincoln Center and the Museum of Natural History. Foodies can snag a spot at Boulud Sud for Mediterranean-inspired dishes, try the 12- or 16-course omakase at Sushi Kaito, or head to Jean-Georges for Michelin-starred cuisine and views of Central Park. You can also browse one of the many bookstands, grab bagels and schmear at Zabar’s, or find stylish staples at Sandro or Theory. If you crave the outdoors, ramble around Strawberry Fields before heading to Central Park's tennis courts or launching a boat in the Hudson.