Lexington Avenue is located on the East Side of Manhattan in New York City. This avenue carries one-way southbound traffic from East 131st Street, to Gramercy Park at East 21st Street. Along its 110-block route, Lexington Avenue runs through Harlem, Carnegie Hill, the Upper East Side, Midtown, and Murray Hill. Its origins are centered on Gramercy Park. South of Gramercy Park, the road continues, renamed as Irving Place. New Yorker’s often abbreviate the avenue’s name to simply "Lex."
The stretch of Lexington Avenue from 69th Street to 82nd Street feels like a slice of New York’s past, with only a few chain stores compared to the clutch of boutiques that have lasted for generations. The atmosphere is classic, a bit conservative, and definitely upscale, providing the perfect environment for executive suites. Notable retailers include jewelry store Mish New York, men’s clothier Jay Kos, Mary Arnold Toys, independent Lenox Hill Bookstore, and Hadley Antiques.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The main entertainment in this area is shopping, and there are many options from high-end shops to chains like Victoria’s Secret and Hammacher Schlemmer & Co. For a truly memorable experience, have lunch or dinner at the Russian Tea Room. Vodka is the drink of choice, and chicken kiev has been one of their favored offerings for over eighty years. For a very different choice, the Opia Restaurant & Lounge offers dry-aged steak, and molten chocolate cake. Vermilion, on Lexington, creates dishes that fuse a combination of Latin and Indian influences. Avra Estiatorio is near Lexington on 48th, offering fresh whole fish displayed on ice, simply grilled, and priced by the pound. Bloom’s Delicatessen serves a new twist on classic deli favorites.
The following southbound buses use Lexington Avenue: • M98: To East 67th Street • M101: To East 6th Street • M102: To East 6th Street • M103: To City Hall • BxM1: To East 33rd Street For access to northbound buses you will need to go to 3rd Avenue. The IRT Lexington Avenue Line of the New York City Subway runs under Lexington Avenue north of 42nd Street at Grand Central. South of Grand Central this subway line runs under Park Avenue until Astor Place. Lexington Avenue is located within an hour of both LaGuardia International Airport, and John F. Kennedy International Airport. These airports both offer domestic and worldwide flights to, and from, New York City.
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