Father’s Day around Carnegie Hill, NYC

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Father’s Day around Carnegie Hill, NYC

Carnegie Hill. In this dynamic neighborhood, with its diverse collection of museums, notable architecture, activities and residents from all walks of life there seems to be so much to do and see. With all that there is around Carnegie Hill, one does not have to look far to find events and activities. 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 spend Father’s Day here around Carnegie Hill.

Events at the Met

Being one of the largest presences in Carnegie Hill, visitors staying in this neighborhood for Father’s Day weekend can’t pass up a visit to this iconic institution, one of the most revered and celebrated art museums in the world. Stunning exhibitions of artwork of Rome, ancient Greece, Oceania, East Asia, Africa, the Islamic Golden Age and American artists make for a truly memorable and unrivaled experience for not just Dad, but all visitors to Carnegie Hill.


Dining around Carnegie Hill

Of course, no Father’s Day is complete without delicious food, thankfully, with the selection of talented chefs, kitchens, eateries and restaurants here around Carnegie Hill, dads of every palate and taste will find themselves truly spoilt for options. Sarabeth’s East serves up picturesque and mouth watering pancakes, french toast, biscuits and Eggs Benedict, while Pascalou boasts an enviable and indulgent European-inspired menu, with the prized duck confit, branzino special and risotto and their modern twist on the Peking Duck. Paola’s Restaurant is an upscale Italian establishment serving pizzas, pastas, a rotating selection of Italian wines and their celebrated Vitello Tonnato. Our highlight is the Australian-inspired fare at Bluestone Lane, where Dad will delight in unmatched coffee, avocado toast on carefully baked bread, memorable burgers, aromatic banana bread and picturesque rainbow bowls.


Fishing in Central Park

Providing free instruction, bait and fishing poles to borrow here at the Harlem Meer, at the northern end of Central Park. This is just a twenty minute walk from most points in the neighborhood, and is a simple, family-friendly way to enjoy green spaces and nature right here in the heart of bustling New York. Afterwards, the proximity to other landmarks and attractions on this side of Manhattan make this an accessible and easy addition to any travel itineraries here around Carnegie Hill.


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