Attractions in the neighborhood They include the Apollo Theater, Sylvia’s Soul Food and Rao restaurants s and Harlem Stage Theatre, headquarters of film and music events. Many of the skyscrapers of the city are concentrated in Midtown. In the Midtown West area are the District of theatre and Times Square, besides the neighborhood known as Hell s Kitchen, headquarters of many restaurants frequented by visitors to Broadway plays and musicals. The Empire State Building is located at the border between Midtown East and Midtown West 34th Street between Broadway and Fifth Avenue. Midtown East at Rockefeller Center, the Chrysler Building, and the headquarters of the United Nations, currently under restoration.
To the South of the area west of Midtwon is the Chelsea neighborhood, known for its boutiques, restaurants, and mainly, by the concentration of art galleries in its streets. In addition to exploring the scene of contemporary art in New York, visitors to Chelsea can visit the linear Park High Line, built on old elevated train tracks, Chelsea Market center with various restaurants and fast food places, and the Chelsea Hotel, which was the residence of literary and musical figures such as Dylan Thomas, Thomas Wolfe, Patti Smith and Sid Vicious. Continuing the journey southward, the Meatpacking District is distinguished by its restaurants, boutiques and nightlife, especially in the hotels boutiques Gansevoort and The Standard, favorite places of celebrities who visit New York.Las attractions in the Flatiron District include the distinctive triangular building that gives it its name, Madison Square Park, where you can enjoy one of the best burgers in New York at the Shake Shack, and a new Mecca for lovers of Italian food, Eataly, a market with several restaurants and variety of products from this country. To the South is Union Square, with variety of restaurants and a market of natural and organic products on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.