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Top 5 Unique Romantic Places in New York City

Romantic dates in New York City

Aside from the usual restaurant dates, here is something different you can do. With our top 10 picks of romantic places to be in NYC, dress up and make your partner feel more special:

Helicopter Tour of New York City

Just imagine viewing the whole of New York City from the skies. This enchanting experience is definitely unique. However, you need to ensure that neither you nor your partner is scared of heights. Because if you are, this might be a nightmare rather than a date.

During the whole trip, your guide will narrate to you a couple of interesting things about New York City. In fact, iconic attractions such as the World Financial Centre, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center, New York Harbour, Hudson River, Ellis Island, Central Park, and many more can be identified from up.

Brunch at Hotel Chantelle

If you partner and you are foodies – here is the spot for you. Brunch is an important meal, and at Hotel Chantelle you can make it even more special. This hotel offers delicious, reasonably priced brunch items.

This spectacular restaurant offers that are served amidst light and airy top floor, adorned with vintage light fixtures, enchanting greenery, and a lovely glass ceiling that inundates the room with an exquisite amount of light. Moreover so, with the elegant wall art there, it makes the perfect place for Instagram photos and snaps too.

The Opera on Broadway

For a distinct experience, the magical Broadway got you. This musical is so beautiful. Along with a bunch of flowers for her, at The Phantom of the Opera, it gets super romantic.

Adjacent to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre stands the Glass House Tavern, elegant dining, and drinks option ideal for first dates and longtime lovers. In addition to a wine and spirits menu, consider sampling one of the establishment’s delectable desserts like warm chocolate cake or white chocolate bread pudding.

Moreover, with Bandstand providing thematic inspiration, take your date out on the town for a late night of dancing at one of New York’s many clubs and venues. Suggested Midtown clubs include Dance With Me Midtown, Iguana New York, and The Copacabana Times Square.

Enjoy a Frozen Hot Chocolate at Serendipity III

The ultimate sweet tooth treat. Aside from the long lines and large crowds, Serendipity is the perfect purveyor of desserts. In fact, the place was featured in the quintessential, romantic comedy of the same name, starring John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale.

Did you know the table that John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale are usually booked by the hopeless romantics in an attempt to recreate the romantic movie scene by sneaking an engagement ring into a decadent frozen treat.

Aside from hot chocolate they also serve milkshakes, molten lava cake, crepes, sundaes, brownies, etc. In addition to that, they also serve a delightfully decadent chocolate chunks pizza that has milk and white chocolate chunks, with your choice of hazelnut, bananas, peanut butter, and roasted marshmallow.

However, to ensure you have space at the place, make a reservation since both eateries are incredibly popular, and book up QUICK!

Serendipity III

Morgan Library

The book lover paradise is right here. If your partner loves books, this is honestly the biggest treat ever. The Morgan Library and Museum will definitely make any book lover swoon. 

The library is known as a place of small treasure as they have a collection of rare books, manuscripts, works on paper, and small antiquities throughout the life of Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913). Pierpont Morgan is a famous industrialist and collector.

Moreover, the library also has an excellent collection of ancient Mesopotamian cylinder seals. Mesopotamian cylinder seals are small pieces of hard stone carved in reverse, so they create patterns when rolled over soft clay. They were used as signatures in the ancient world. 

It is located down the street from Grand Central Terminal. The accurate address is  225 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016, United States.

Admission to the Morgan Library and Museum is high, at $20 a person. However, here is a little secret: you can always visit between 7 p.m and 9 p.m on a Friday when admission is FREE.

Morgan Library

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