Cassa Hotel New York

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

70 West 45th St, New York City, New York, 10036, United States
Cassa Hotel New York
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58%
437
Very Good
27%
202
Average
8%
65
Poor
2%
18
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21

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  • Solo88
  • Business84

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Thanksgiving in New York

by bethanyw88

Hi, i will be in new york on thanksgiving this year. Can anyone tell me when i will be able to view thanksgiving menus and/or suggest any good restaurants for thanksgiving dinner. This is my first time in new york and we are staying just off 5th Avenue.
Thanks

Re: Thanksgiving in New York

by dustmon

2 suggestions are
Fraunces Tavern for an old timey Revolutionary Turkey Day
www.frauncestavern.com
or consider taking a boat tour w/Turkey and all the trimmings at
www.worldyacht.com

dustmon

Re: Thanksgiving in New York

by Donna_in_India

Hi - check here for parade/viewing info (also has some restaurant listings) - http://gonyc.about.com/cs/thanksgiving/a/tdayparade.htm

Re: Thanksgiving in New York

by TexasDave

Also look around www.nymag.com
They have a search area in the upper left hand corner which will help you find several articles about Thanksgiving dinners in NYC.

Re: Thanksgiving in New York

by 10028

Sorry to say that Fraunces Tavern is no longer in business. They were supposed to reopen this summer under new ownership, but it hasn't happened yet. So I wouldn't count on it opening any time soon.

You can keep checking opentable.com. Some time in the fall they should post a list of restaurants accepting Thanksgiving reservations.

Re: Thanksgiving in New York

by dustmon

my bad---thanx for the update!

Re: Thanksgiving in New York

by clunker

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, as it's for EVERYONE, of every race and religion. Most restaurants will be serving similar dishes that day, featuring, of course, roast turkey with all the fixings. Just look for a place that's clean and not charging too much of a fortune, and you'll be fine.

On a side note, as most people will be on a 4 day holiday starting Thursday, the night before Thanksgiving is one of the busiest nights of the year in the bar/pub trade. If you're drinkers at all, it's a fun night out.

Re: Thanksgiving in New York

by Donna_in_India

And if you're shoppers, the day after Thanksgiving is known as Black Friday, with stores opening up before dawn (some even at midnight!) - and having great sales!

Re: Thanksgiving in New York

by Donna_in_India

Yes, all places will have a typical menu. With that in mind, I'd select some place with a nice view or even a nice hotel restuarant (depending on how much you want to spend).

Re: Thanksgiving in New York

by footstool

is it the favorite holiday for vegetarians? and how about for turkeys??

Re: Thanksgiving in New York

by clareabee

ha ha footstool you do make me laugh - yes poor Turkeys!

We came from the UK last year for Thanksgiving - we had a great time! - we for pure ease booked into the restaurant niles which was attached to the Affinia Manhattan where we were staying - we actually e-mailed them to see if they had a menu - they sent us last year so we had idea of things they did and booked on that basis.

If you are going to watch the parade go early! - it is utter carnage....they shut the roads and i was very disappointed that some of the NYPD didn't know how we could get there - We did find another and he was very helpful. We watched at Bryant park....but I think wherever you go it is busy.

Travel Tips for New York City

Chrysler Building

by jonesja

Go and see the Chrysler Buidling. it is simply stunning. My favourite memory of NYC-there are so many! Firstly I would say- aniticipation-as the plane lands at JFK you get a brief glimpse of Manhattan and it is so exciting. The anticipation of actually arriving in this place is immense.
Secondly-the vibe-NYC has this vibe about it like no other place could.
Thirdly the Chrysler building-as I sat in the Longwood Gourmet -a really nice deli on Lexington Avenue (and 48th St-try it for breakfast) and stared down towards the Chrysler I just thought WOW thats so stunning.
Fourth-Central Park in the snow -an experience every person should have as part of visitng New York. you've gotta do it..

Keep it Moving!

by agroshong

Sometimes as tourists, it is easy to forget our usual behavior and to stop & stare or find ourselves fumbling for something.

Often a complaint by visitors of New Yorkers is that they are unhelpful or unfriendly to tourists. It is simply a matter of timing. New Yorkers are incredibly proud of their city & are willing to assist travelers under the right circumstances. They are masters of their domain, but just look at the pace they move through it!

New Yorkers who are on the move generally have a very distinct destination in mind & a routine commute to that location. A New Yorker on the move generally will care if you try to keep them from their destination with even the smallest delay. To avoid the delay, it is considered the most polite by New Yorkers to simply not acknowledge you. Besides, you are a stranger & everyone is always a bit cautious about a stranger approaching them.

But there are many other New Yorkers available to the lost and befuddled visitor. Remember this is a largely pedestrian city, so the natives are very familiar with how to get from point A to B. If you must resort to asking someone on the street, try to find someone lounging in a park or on a bench. Asking people at the subway platform between trains can also prove helpful. Small store owners are also familiar with their neighborhoods!

Most of all, try to stay moving! If you are in a crowded area (sidewalk, subway platform, or other pedestrian area) & need to stop, try to make your way to the nearest wall. This takes you out of the main flow of traffic & gives you a good vantage point to recollect your senses. This helps you avoid the ever-prowling pickpocket or being walked over by a busy New Yorker.

To help identify someone who may be willing to assist, watch their body language. Select people who seem to be relaxing and are not engrossed with an activity. Be gracious, courteous, & if you start to feel uncomfortable, do not hesitate to remove yourself from the situation.

Take the Boat ride round...

by TessaDavies

Take the Boat ride round Manhattan Island, the guides have some wonderful stories and you get to see parts you can't see from the land.
Go up the Empire State Building, just for the view.
Walk in the garment district, just for the experience.
Window shop, just for fun.
Have breakfast in a NY diner.
Have a picnic lunch in the park.
Have dinner anywhere on Broadway.
Goggle at the passersby on Fifth Avenue.
Take in a show, get the tickets from the discount ticket stall in Times Square, don't worry about the queue, it soon moves and the tickets are usually half price. Be prepared to see a show you hadn't thought of!
Just Enjoy!!! Walking down Broadway in the evening, just watching the world go by.

Building 1: The Dakota - 1 West 72nd Street

by jamiesno

There is plenty of great architecture in New York City and one of the most famous buildings is the Dakota Building because of its most famous resident, Mr. John Lennon of the Beatles. The Achitect was Henry J Hardenbergh who built it in 1881-84. I would consider the building German Gothic, French Renaissance and or English Victorian.

The Dakota Building is at the edge of Central Park and made famous because it was home to one of the most famous residents ever, Mr. John Lennon. It was also the sight where one morning he walked out and signed a fan’s autograph and then later that day upon his return the same fan whacked him.

For someone who wanted peace this was a tragic way to go. It happened right on the steps you see in this picture.

Today his widow Yoko Ono still lives there with many other celebrities like Connie Chung, I believe Maury Povich, Lauren Bacall, Roberta Flack, John Maddon, Paul Simon and a few others.

On Dec. 8, 1980 Mark David Chapman, a crazed fan, ended the life of one of the World's great musician / songwriters John 'Ono' Lennon. As John and Yoko returned home, the gunman approached them and shot Lennon to death. Then he casually laid down his gun, sat on the step and read a book.

Lennon died right here on the sidewalk in front of his New York home as Yoko watched in horror. Ironically, John had just autographed his record 'Double Fantasy' for Chapman just hours before the assassin returned to kill him.

This is the entrance as seen from across West 72nd St. John and Yoko's driver dropped them off on the night of Dec. 8th, 1980. Chapman waited there by the entrance and shouted "Hey, John!" Then fired five shot's. When police arrived they asked the fallen star; "Are you John Lennon?" his last words were; "Yes, I am". Chapman was arrested without incident. The Imagine mosaic in Central Park at Strawberry Feilds.

Totally touristic..Times Square

by mehbos37

Watching thousands of people from different parts of the world who gathered in that very colourful touristic spot is very enjoyable..
You notice the similarities,the differences between cultures,people...
Most people have smiling faces which is a positive thing :-) Find that naked cowboy and tip him for a picture together..

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Address: 70 West 45th St, New York City, New York, 10036, United States