President Theodore Roosevelt, Oscar Wilde and James Cagney are a few of those who’ve resided in Gramercy, one of NYC’s most upscale neighborhoods. Landmarks like the National Arts Club and The Players private club, along with performance venues Irving Plaza, the Gramercy Theatre and the Jazz Standard (for live music) and Repertorio Español (for Spanish-language theater), are just a few of the draws of this eastside neighborhood. A stay at the Gramercy Park Hotel comes with a key to the private Gramercy Park—which is ordinarily open only to the area’s residents.
NYC's most exclusive park is surrounded by stunning architecture, great food and live music.
Baruch Performing Arts Center, which presents professional music, theater and dance on the campus of Baruch College in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan, offers its Mason Hall auditorium for rental for corporate meeting and performance bookings.
A restaurant that has self-identified as “creative Roman cuisine,” Bocca takes the obligatory flourishes of Rome and infuses them into the design of the space as well as the execution of the cuisine.