Lincoln Square is one of those cosmopolitan Manhattan neighborhoods people say has everything. Residential streets flow into bustling avenues of shops, markets and theaters. The pulsing energy of Columbus Circle is nearby, and the verdant wonder of Central Park lies at the neighborhood’s edge. The vibrance and sophistication of Lincoln Center—whether you’re looking for film, jazz or opera—rests at its heart, and within its borders are those things that truly make a neighborhood: schools, parks and playgrounds, scores of restaurants, plentiful nightlife and the useful and necessary stores to stop into on the way home.
Lincoln Center Plaza
The Shops at Columbus Circle
Lincoln Square is New York
As you get to know Lincoln Square, you’ll recognize quintessential New York. Not only the New York you find in Carnegie Hall or the Metropolitan Opera House or the Metropolitan Museum of Art but also the classic cuisine delights of Magnolia Bakery and Café Luxemburg; the convenience offered by staples like Bed Bath & Beyond and Whole Foods; the luxury of stores like Rag & Bone and Warby Parker New York, triggering your inner shopaholic. Have a look around. You’re going to like what you find.
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