New York, NY
The name New York is almost synonymous with entertainment, because 365 days a year there’s just so much of it taking place. New York is home to a wealth of local professional sports teams, including the New York Giants and New York Jets at the Meadowlands Sports Complex, the Yankees and the Mets, the New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets, and the New York Rangers and New York Islanders. If culture is your thing, you’ve come to the right town. Take in a ballet at Lincoln Center or explore the glorious American Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Here during the holidays? Do not miss the tree at Rock Center or the world-famous Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall. Oh, and have we mentioned a little thoroughfare called Broadway yet? If you haven’t been to a show on the “Great White Way,” ask our concierge about getting tickets.
If nightlife is your idea of a sport, the Big Apple has plenty to offer in that arena, too. From dancing to nightclubs to music—we've got it all. But in a city as fast-paced as New York, the nightlife scene is constantly changing. So don’t hesitate to contact our concierge for help with planning an evening out with friends or clients. We’re happy to make recommendations. In addition, if you are interested in checking out some of New York City’s other exciting neighborhoods like Greenwich Village, SoHo, or Tribeca, our concierge will also be happy to oblige with suggestions for things to see and places to dine.
Professional Sports in New York City
When you’re at the Loews Regency New York, you have the opportunity to experience one of our superstar New York sports teams, whether it is the New York Rangers, New York Islanders, New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, New York Giants, New York Jets, New York Yankees or New York Mets. They are all within a short car, train, bus or subway ride away. Learn more or contact our concierge at 212-759-4100 for the best available tickets in town.
You’re just 15 minutes away by taxi from Chelsea Piers sports center, located on Pier 62 (West Side Highway & 21st Street), a venue filled with fun for the whole family. Enjoy sporting events such as ice skating, bowling, baseball, basketball, golf at the driving range, and many more.
New York City Parks
If you want to take the physical activity into your own hands, head to one of the many New York City parks in the area for some impromptu active time.
Some might say that no trip to New York would be complete without a visit to a Broadway show. The theater district—arguably one of the most exciting areas of the city—is located on the west side of Manhattan and sits between 41st and 53rd Streets and Sixth and Ninth Avenues. The theaters are dark on Mondays, but every other day of the week you can treat yourself to some of the finest singing, dancing, comedy and drama on earth. For information on what’s playing, visit Broadway.com. Or you can always ask our concierge for assistance with tickets.
57th Street & Seventh Avenue
Carnegie Hall’s mission is to bring the transformative power of music to the widest possible audience, provide visionary education programs, and foster the future of music through the cultivation of new works, artists, and audiences. You will experience extraordinary music and musicians on the three stages of this legendary hall.
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
10 Lincoln Center Plaza
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts serves three primary roles: the world’s leading presenter of superb artistic programming, a national leader in arts and education and community relations, and manager of the Lincoln Center campus. Home of The Metropolitan Opera, The New York City Ballet, The New York Philharmonic Orchestra and several other resident performing arts companies.
Metropolitan Opera House
Lincoln Center Plaza
btw. W. 62nd & 65th Streets, at Columbus & Amsterdam Avenues
The Metropolitan Opera House is an opera house located on Broadway at Lincoln Square on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Part of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts campus, the theater opened in 1966.
New York City Ballet
Lincoln Center Plaza
btw. W. 62nd & 65th Streets, at Columbus & Amsterdam Avenues.
The New York City Ballet is one of the foremost dance companies in the world, with a roster of spectacular dancers and an unparalleled repertory.
Radio City Music Hall
1260 Avenue of the Americas
Radio City Music Hall is an entertainment venue located in Rockefeller Center. Its nickname is the Showplace of the Nation and for a time it was the leading tourist destination in the city. More than 300 million people have come to Radio City to enjoy stage shows, movies, concerts and special events. There's no place like it to see a show—or stage a show. Everything about it is larger than life.
David Burke Townhouse (Modern American cuisine)
133 E. 61st Street
The restaurant's design is inspired by the bold colors and lacquered surfaces of the 1930s, yet it has a decidedly contemporary aesthetic. Guests will feel the glamour and sense of fun in the lounge, with its sleek white-gloss, stone bar and whimsical art installations. The volume of color and drama is turned up for the main event—the dining room, which has a striking color palette of chocolate, vanilla and lipstick colors.
Freds at Barneys New York (Italian cuisine)
660 Madison Avenue
Freds is smartly perched up on the ninth floor in a warm and woody setting, and is a respectably buzzy place for ladies (or women) who lunch, as well as the men who love them.
111 E. 56th Street
Harlow is a full-service restaurant, parlor and café in midtown Manhattan. Located at 56th and Park, the European-inspired restaurant features a grand oyster bar, contemporary art installations and an interior wall of ivy in a conservatory that is flooded with natural light. The main dining room retains the original stained-glass windows and chandeliers from the 1930s, when actress Marion Davies used the space for personal entertaining.
Il Mulino New York (Italian cuisine)
37 East 60th Street
Il Mulino New York brings expert technique and impeccable service to the authentic cuisine of the Abruzzo region of Italy. Nestled along the Adriatic coast, Abruzzo is one of Italy’s most beautiful and fertile regions. Abruzzese cooks are known for turning fresh, simple ingredients into sumptuous feasts. For three decades, Il Mulino New York has stayed true to this heritage of exquisitely prepared, farm-fresh meat, fish, and vegetables, served with a level of skill and innovation that have kept it at the forefront of fine dining. Each outpost of Il Mulino New York combines old-world excellence and modern elegance into an unparalleled dining experience.
Lavo Italian Restaurant & Nightclub
39 E. 58th Street btw. Park & Madison Avenues
Designed with a multi-layered, voyeuristic approach, it is ideal for both after-dinner entertaining and late-night revelry. The intimate yet energetic dance floor is anchored by the state-of-the-art DJ booth, home to some of the most recognized DJs in the world.
The Rooftop Bar at Empire Hotel
44 W. 63rd Street, located on the 12th floor
The Empire Hotel Rooftop Bar & Lounge offers magnificent views of Lincoln Center as well as the Broadway and Columbus Avenue gateway to Manhattan’s Upper West Side.
Serafina (Italian restaurant)
33 E. 61st Street, btw. Park & Madison Avenues
Enjoy Northern Italian cuisine. Favorites include the thin-crust pizza, creative pastas and risottos.
225 E. 60th Street btw. Second & Third Avenues
Home to “The Original Outrageously Divine, Frozen Hot Chocolate,” Serendipity 3 is a favorite among Manhattanites, tourists and celebrities.
TAO (Pan Asian restaurant)
42 E. 58th Street btw. Park & Madison Avenues
Expect a stylish who's who at the bar and to be greeted by a 16-foot Buddha, which floats above a reflecting pool filled with Japanese carp and presides over the scene at Tao. This Pan Asian restaurant specializes in authentic Hong Kong Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisines.
230 Fifth Avenue, at 27th Street
Dress up—and smart—at this NYC hotspot. Enjoy bottle service at the 20th-floor Rooftop Bar or in the fully enclosed Penthouse Bar/Lounge.
453 W. 17th Street btw. Ninth & Tenth Avenues
This trendy New York City club/bar offers plush booths, fireplaces and a bar that fills the majority of the room.