A restaurant full of Revolutionary War themed items like Freedom Chips, Yankee Doodle Noodles, and General Pulaski's Blanket. They are allergy-friendly with many gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian items!
The Upper East Side is a popular neighborhood for many families and young professionals to live in, as housing here runs the scale from upscale, luxury apartments on Fifth, Madison, and Park Ave., to more affordable one and two bedroom apartments closer to the East River. Everything you need—shops, restaurants, and more—is all conveniently located within walking distance in this peaceful urban oasis. Art and culture here is predominantly showcased along the museum mile, with the Met, Guggenheim, and El Museo del Barrio available to the public. And with Central Park lining one side of the UES, the beauty and expanse of New York’s crown park acts as the backyard and playground to these lucky residents.