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Who says New York City is expensive.
Buy a coffee at one of the six nearby Starbucks, walk here (it is directly across the Lincoln Center), find a seat, check your smart phone, talk to strangers and watch New York walk you by.
We sat in Dante Park across from Lincoln Center for an hour just watching the people go by. It is a cute triangular slice with a large statue of Dante Alighieri in the middle. There is a wonderful canopy of old trees. We sat on...More
This Park close to the Lincoln Centre is small, but occupies a prominent position. Well planted and with an excellent statue of Dante, hence the name. There are benches around and some of the nearby cafes have spilled over seating into the area giving a...More
Saw Dante Park on our way to Lincoln center. While the park is small, but it is a nice cozy park if you are in the area and want to take a break. There is a statue of Dante which gives the place its name.
Dante Park has become a warm weather favorite for people watching as they come and go to Lincoln Center.
Sculptures don the area for the delight of turista and locals alike. Currently, the Hippo Ballerina is a must picture spot. It evokes images of "...More
We pass by this park almost every single week, and last night was no exception -- we were on our way to one of the several great restaurants near Lincoln Center.
This triangular parcel at Broadway, Columbus Avenue, and West 63rd Street features an excellent...More