With one of the most recognizable buildings in the city, the original Eataly, and the best in fine dining at Eleven Madison Park, it is tough to escape the allure of the Flatiron District. Take a look at our #AttachéApproved Guide to Flatiron for more neighborhood picks.
Dining & Nightlife
ELEVEN MADISON PARK
11 Madison Avenue at 24th Street
Upscale American tasting menus from chef Daniel Humm served in a high-ceilinged art deco space.
12 East 22nd Street between Fifth and Park Avenues
This lively bistro serving French comfort food in a rustic setting is popular for brunch.
KAT AND THEO
5 West 21st Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues
Med-influenced American dishes served in a chic space with industrial touches & an open kitchen.
200 Fifth Avenue, at 23rd Street
Italian marketplace featuring a variety of restaurants, food and beverage counters, bakery, retail items, and a cooking school.
345 Park Avenue South near 26th Street
Spacious, casually chic brasserie with hearty dishes featuring Californian & Italian influences.
LA PECORA BIANCA
1133 Broadway at 26th Street
Stylish, bright locale featuring market-driven Italian cuisine, regional wines & apéritifs on tap.
5 Madison Avenue at 22nd Street
High-end American fare in a posh, clubby setting with dining rooms & a lounge with a pool table.
Arts & Culture
MADISON SQUARE PARK
Madison Avenue to 6th Avenue, 23rd - 26th Streets
Public green space featuring sculptures, a dog run & views of the Flatiron Building.
144 Fifth Avenue, between 19th and 20th Streets
Handling a roster of up and coming artists as well as showcasing American and European Fine Art
116 East 27th Street, between Lexington and Park
One of NYC’s largest jazz clubs, featuring new & established musicians plus BBQ from Danny Meyer.
Health & Wellness
39 W 21st Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues
Stadium cycling and barre classes
420 Park Avenue between 28th and 29th Streets
The intimate spa offers a full selection of massages, facials, waxing, acupuncture, and nail therapies in addition to barre and yoga classes.
125 Fifth Avenue between 19th and 20th Streets
Trendsetting style and artistry inspired by founders Joel Warren and Edward Tricomi.
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