Churchill Suites Midtown East

Lecole, 212 East 47th St, New York City, New York, 10017, United States
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Can anyone help with some tips?

by 87claire

Hiya everyone I am from the uk and taking my sister to NYC for surprise on her 21st and we are staying for 5 nights. She is an arty type so will be doing all the galleries moma, frick etc and I would like a few tips on the following if anyone has any? Would really appreciate it :)

1 - We like gospel music and would like to see this at a traditional gospel church on Sunday, any recommendations?

2 - What jazz bars could we go to where we don't have to have a big meal, not too expensive and open on weekdays? Love old fashioned Dixieland type jazz as well.

3 - Good diners and places for breakfast especially, near New Yorker hotel.

4 - General tips for being in NYC in March - I understand it might rain a bit too.

Thanks in advance!!

Re: Can anyone help with some tips?

by lynnehamman


For best Gospel music- most churches in HARLEM (also some in Brooklyn) have good gospel music on Sundays- suggest you GOOGLE Gospel Music NYC
There are also NY tours to Harlem on Sundays- enquire at your hotel reception, they are sure to recommend one.

For good jazz clubs- there are many in Greenwich Village, that don't cost much.
The village is a great place to explore, anyway.Most are open all week nights.

I have a page about NY- if you would like to have some more ideas of what to see & do- click on my name for my HOMEPAGE (where there is a link for New York)

Enjoy your visit.

Re: Can anyone help with some tips?


Gospel music: at the Abyssinian Church in Harlem

Most jazz venues are located downtown especially the well-known Blue Note in the West Village

Diners: if you're staying around midtown, walk a bit up towards 9th and 10th Avenues where you'd find lots of great very inexpensive diners most open 24 hours. Just amble along these avenues especially between West 45th down to West 42nd Streets.

Museums: apart from the obvious well-sought after ones (the MET, MOMA, Guggenheim, etc.) you might want to check out also the less visited ones but equally outstanding such as the Museo del Barrio, the Neue Gallery, Museum of the City of NY, the Whitney just to name a few.

Have fun in NYC!

Re: Can anyone help with some tips?

by clunker

When in March will you be here? The city goes crazy on St. Patrick's Day, lots of fun if that's your scene.

Re: Can anyone help with some tips?

by gilescorey

Most tourists miss The Cloisters, as it is so far north on Manhattan - but always a fave.

I assume you'll do the Guggenheim(for the building alone, it is worth it).

The Brooklyn Museum of Art has a very impressive Egyptian gallery(one of the best in the world) as well as a renowned "Interiors" wing. Even better, it is adjacent to the Botanical Gardens and Prospect Park.

Furthermore, Brooklyn is now the "artsiest" of hoods - particularly Williamsburg(L Train to "Bedford Ave."). Granted this hood is now a bit over the top with the skinny jeans, horned-rimmed glasses, and ironic haircuts, but you will want to go.

For live jazz, cheap: I was so charmed by Moto in Williamsburg:

It's in the southern part of Williamsburg, which is not as polished or gentrified, directly under the elevated train. You enter through the stage(the door happens to be at the rear in this triangle shaped building), and get a friendly nod from the musicians. The interior looks as though it was lifted out of "The Triplets of Belleville" and there is live music, nearly nightly - and at Brunch. Have a glass of wine, listen to the great music, and the occasional rattle of the train overhead.


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Address: Lecole, 212 East 47th St, New York City, New York, 10017, United States