Koreatown watering hole serving drinks like watermelon soju & beer plus street-food snacks.
When you think of New York City’s most iconic sights—Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, The Waldorf Astoria, Broadway, Grand Central Terminal, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral—they’re all located in Midtown. This is the area of Manhattan that blinds you with twinkling lights and never sleeps. Fifth Avenue is famed for its retail shops, historical landmarks, and St. Patrick’s Day and Macy’s Thanksgiving parades. Midtown is filled with honking taxis, crowds of professionals and tourists, but there are also moments of peace and tranquility in favorite spots like Bryant Park and the New York Public Library.