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1. Tavern On The Green

The big loop park tour and drop off to Tavern On The Green: $149  [45 minutes]

Pick ups from Tavern On The Green and big loop park tour: $149  [45 minutes ]

A modern tavern nestled in a bucolic Central Park setting, Tavern on the Green is an iconic, landmark restaurant unlike any other.

Centered around Chef Katy Sparks' hearty, rustic menu shaped by local, seasonal ingredients, Tavern on the Green invites patrons into a warm, celebratory gathering space that captures the spirit of Central Park and the energy of New York City.

Originally designed by Calvert Vaux and built in 1870 to house the sheep that grazed in Central Park's Sheep Meadow, Tavern on the Green has proudly served locals, presidents, royalty, artists, actors, and first-time visitors since 1934


Reinforcing its iconic status and cinematic style, Tavern on the Green has been prominently featured or mentioned in numerous films over the years including:
An Unmarried Woman (1978) It’s My Turn (1980) Arthur (1981) Only When I Laugh (1981) Ghostbusters (1984) Heartburn (1986) Wall Street (1987) Arthur 2 (1988) Beaches (1988) New York Stories: Oedipus Wrecks (1989) Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) Stella (1990) Whispers in the Dark (1992) The Night We Never Met (1993) The Out-of-Towners (1999) It Had to be You (2000) Hall of Mirrors (2001) Made (2001) Alfie (2004) New York, I Love You (2008) Mr. Popper’s Penguins (2011)

    (April 3 - November 20 (10 am  - 11 pm) for holiday and other season please call us[November 21 - April 2)


The Loeb Boathouse, one of the most famous icons of Central Park is located at the northeastern tip of the Lake and houses the Boathouse Restaurant. It is a romantic setting for dinner on a mid-summer’s evening, watching the sun sink behind the trees and maybe catching a gondola slowly poling past. The Boathouse appeared in the movies like; When Harry Met Sally, Sex and City, 27 Dresses, Little Manhattan and in an episode of the Showtime series Nurse Jackie. Besides being a filming location, the boathouse has also long been a favorite dining spot for celebrities. In recent years, stars like Lindsay Lohan, Becky Newton, Orlando Bloom, and Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr have all been spotted eating at the Cafe. The Boathouse has also played host to numerous celebrity events, including the premiere after-parties for the movies Pride and Prejudice, Mamma Mia, and My Sister’s Keeper.

  • Drop off to the boathouse $129 

This ride is about a mile and half long and consists of Central Park South East Corner with views of Wollman Rink, Carousel, Chess and Checkers House, Dairy, Zoo and the Plaza , Balto's statue, Rumsey Playfield (Summer Stage), Conservatory Water, the Bandshell, Bethesda Terrace and Fountain.

  • Pick ups from the boathouse $129 

This ride is about a mile and half long and consists of Central Park North Rumsey Playfield (Summer Stage), Conservatory Water, the Bandshell, Bethesda Terrace and Fountain. Cherry Hill, the Lake, Strawberry Fields, the Dakota building where John Lennon lived in, Tavern on the Green, Sheep Meadow and Columbus Circle.

  • Combo Drop off and pick ups from the boathouse $279 

3. SERENDIPITY [after 9pm]

Serendipity is a popular restaurant in the Upper East Side of Manhattan founded by Stephen Bruce in 1954.

While the restaurant is known for its foot-long hot dogs and frozen drinks, particularly its trademark "Frrrozen Hot chocolate", it offers a full menu. The restaurant has constantly been ranked as a favorite among Manhattanites, tourists, and celebrities. The gift shop is known for its kitschy novelty gifts.

Serendipity 3 has appeared prominently in at least a couple of major movies.Like Serendipity,One Fine Day,Trust the Man and Gossip Girls Series.

This ride is about 2 mile and half long and consists of Central Park South East Corner with views of Wollman Rink, Carousel, Chess and Checkers House, Dairy, Zoo and the Plaza , F.A.O Schwarz, Shops; Bloomingdales,Tiffany's, Lois Vutton, Prada, Trump Tower from the Apprentice, Abercrombie and Fitch, Hugo, Madison and Park avenue shops.

Drop off to the serendipity through the park tour $159 

  • Pick ups from the serendipity and park tour $159 

  • Combo Drop off and pick ups from serendipity and park tour $319 

4.THE RUSSIAN TEA ROOM [after 9 pm]

For over eighty years, New York’s defining cultural moments have taken place at Russian Tea Room. Ever since members of the Russian Imperial Ballet founded the restaurant in 1927, it has been a second home for boldface names and the intellectual elite—an exclusive enclave where actors, writers, politicians, and businessmen planned their next deals and feted their friends’ latest Carnegie Hall performances. The lively tradition and legacy of the Russian Tea Room is alive and well.

This ride about 2 mile long, and consists of seventh avenue Carnegie hall and famous deli,Jekyll and hyde restaurant


  • Tea Room pick ups and small park tour $149 
  • Tea Room pick ups and big loop park tour $239 

  • Tea Room small loop Park tour and drop off $149 

  • Tea Room big loop park tour and drop off $239 


The Oak Room, New York’s fabled landmark, is open in The Plaza Hotel, reinstating the New York icon as the most romantic meeting spot in New York City and bringing old-world glamour to the next generation. Originally designed by Henry Hardenbergh in 1907 as a men’s bar, The Oak Room closed during Prohibition and re-opened in 1934 as a full service restaurant. The Oak Room’s detailed wood-paneled walls and barrel-vaulted ceiling remain today, as do the three carved niche with murals of German feudal castles that fill the arches.

  • The Oak Room pick ups and drop off including big loop park tour $159 


Harry Cipriani is located at 59 street and Fifth Avenue in New York City. This fashionable restaurant is almost an exact duplicate of the original Harry’s Bar in Venice. It is packed daily with chic New Yorkers and visitors from all over the world. Cipriani, offers the classic Harry’s Bar menu of unique Cipriani specialties and classic Italian favorites.

  • Harry Cipriani pick ups and drop off including big loop park tour $189 


The regional foods of Italy are heavily influenced by ingredients drawn from the four bodies of water that surround the boot, and at Marea, Chef White presents a fresh interpretation of Italian coastal cuisine. The menu reads like a study of the sea: Santa Barbara Sea Urchin with Lardo and Lobster with Burrata and Eggplant Funghetto share the stage with Seaweed-Marinated East Coast Halibut and Sea Scallops with Endive and Bagna Cauda. The fish, sourced from both the Mediterranean and waters worldwide, stays true to the Mediterranean flavor profile adding to the authenticity of the restaurant. The elements that Chef Michael White is known for – superb cuisine, seamless service, award-winning wine programs and, above all else, style – commingle at Marea as the tide rolls in on Central Park South.

  • Marea pick ups and drop off including big loop park tour $159 




8.CARNEGIE DELI [After 9 pm]

The Carnegie Deli, one of NYC's culinary landmarks, opened in 1937 in midtown Manhattan across from Carnegie Hall as a 40 seat restaurant. When the original owners retired in 1976, the deli was taken over by a new restaurant group, specifically Milton Parker, who was known as the CPM - Corned Beef and Pastrami Maven. Now in its third generation of owners, the deli is still family owned and operated by Marian Levine, Milton Parker's daughter and her husband Sandy Levine, affectionately known as MBD. (Married Boss's Daughter).

Popular New York Times critic Mimi Sheraton really put Carnegie Deli on the map when on March 2, 1979; she named the Carnegie Deli's Pastrami Sandwich the #1 pastrami in New York City against 22 other delis. Thirty years later, in September 2009, Dr. Phil said on his show, "The Carnegie Deli makes the best sandwiches in the world. If you come to New York, you NEED to go to the Carnegie Deli....the food is SPECTACULAR!" The lines that began that day are still formed today and we still pride ourselves on having the best cured meats in town!

The Carnegie Deli cures, pickles and smokes our own meat at our factory in Carlstadt, New Jersey. This sets us apart from the OTHER delis. Our world famous cheesecake is also baked on premises and shipped from coast to coast. We have been featured in countless television and film productions and are proud that we are still acknowledged for having the best pastrami in town.

  • The Carnegie pick ups and drop off including big loop park tour $219 

10. PETROSSIAN [After 6 pm]

Founded in 1984, New York's Petrossian restaurant is housed in the historic Alwyn Court Building on Manhattan's West Side, one block from Carnegie Hall and four blocks from Lincoln Center. Owned by the Petrossians, it serves a French-influenced contemporary menu that features the caviar, smoked fish, and foie gras delicacies for which Petrossian is known throughout the world. Lunch, dinner, and brunch can be enjoyed at either the art deco style mirrored bar or in the dining room. Designed by Ion Oroveanu, the restaurant features Lalique crystal wall sconces, bronze sculptures from the 1930's, etched Erte mirrors, Limoges china, Lanvin chandelier and pink Finnish granite, all harmonizing to create a visual ambiance that can be savored equally with the unsurpassed gourmet experience.

  • Petrossian pick ups and small park tour $149 

  • Petrossian pick ups and big loop park tour $239 

  • Petrossian small loop Park tour and drop off $149 

  • Petrossian big loop park tour and drop off $239 

11. ROSIE O’GRADY’S 7th Avenue [after 9 pm]

New York's Legendary Steak & Seafood House Rosie O'Grady's is a wonderful steak and seafood house in the tradition of the great New York saloons. A Broadway Theater District fixture, Rosie O'Grady's is centrally located near Times Square, Rockefeller Center, the Jacob Javits Convention Center, and a short distance from several major museums. Our handsome old bar is full of character and attracts regulars and tourists alike, serving superb continental and American fare. We would love to cater your next corporate or private event.

  • Rosie pick ups and small park tour $169 

  • Rosie pick ups and big loop park tour $249 







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