Mother’s Day Around Carnegie Hall, NYC
Around this iconic music hall is a great number of restaurants, unique vendors, museums, historic high-rises, and countless stories. Yet with all that there is around Carnegie Hall, one might think to explore what events and activities there are in the neighborhood. Whether you’re a tourist, visiting the city for friends and family, or a local looking for something around you, read on for some of our favorite ways to celebrate Mother’s Day here around Carnegie Hall.
Carnegie Hall concerts and performances
The star and namesake of this neighborhood, those families staying here around Carnegie Hall during Mother’s Day weekend can’t pass up the chance to experience and enjoy the world-class musicians and artists who perform at this iconic venue. If you’ll be around Carnegie Hall this Mother’s Day weekend, there are plenty of options to consider adding to your itinerary, including performances by Osvaldo Golijov, the New York Philharmonic, Jon Batiste, Fredericka King, and The English Concert.
Picnicking, Central Park
Another nearby attraction are the amenities and sights of Central Park’s southern end, a great place for picnicking or short daytime walks out in the May sunshine. Families will enjoy the walkways around The Pond and Hallett Nature Sanctuary, sights such as the Lounging Rock, or ample spaces of the Sheep Meadow. We recommend a walk deeper towards the Literary Walk for a delightful place to unwind in the heart of the city, a getaway from your getaway to New York.
Dining around Carnegie Hall
Of course, we haven’t forgotten the main event of Mother’s Day, brunch! Or indeed, tea, dinner, or all three. And with the selection of talented chefs, kitchens, eateries, and restaurants here around Carnegie Hall, moms of every palate and taste will find themselves truly spoiled for options. Mom will delight in the indulgent menu at Trattoria Dell’Arte, a grandiose Italian-American establishment serving creative pizzas, burrata pasta, veal parm, and the Tiramisu to write home about. Piccola Cucina Osteria boasts a menu of delicious pasta and seafood options, with a remarkable Cannoli, while Cafe Europa is a great laid-back and family-friendly favorite of the neighborhood with a hearty brunch menu and collection of celebrated sandwiches. Tisserie is our highlight of the neighborhood, with intricate latte art and carefully created pastries such as the Apricot Lunette, fruit croissant sandwiches, endless selection of muffins, and immaculate danishes. This is a great option for on-the-go meals, taking food back to the hotel for a breakfast-in-bed and morning sleeping in, or as a charming spot just to sit down and enjoy a local gem.
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