Rock Center Café
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Here is where you can witness the results of this historic presidential race (while grabbing a drink or several…)
Rock Center Café is celebrating the return of “Fiddler on the Roof” on Broadway with their own version of classic Jewish dishes.
From events and attractions to holiday windows and restaurants serving festive fare, here is a guide to things to experience in NYC this season.
Playing the role of leisure traveler is a delightful exercise when you are a New York native, more used to sweating out a copy deadline than gazing at a view of the New York skyline.
The towering statue of Prometheus can be seen from both the indoor café and outdoor garden of Rock Center Café, a favorite of the international crowd.
New Yorkers like to dine out and the holidays are no exception. If you want to save the cooking for another day, check out one of the many restaurants open on Thanksgiving—serving up traditional festive fare and creative specialties.
Rock Center Café offers contemporary American cuisine and amazing views of The Rink at Rockefeller Center.
As I've mentioned before, brunch is a popular meal for most New Yorkers, and several eateries will be open on New Year’s Day. Check out these two options.