Bar & Restaurant
From charming townhouses to tony apartment complexes, there isn’t a more quintessential New York neighborhood than Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The area is alway abuzz - whether it’s lunching at Sarabeth’s, or first timer shopping after a post-Central-Park stroll, the UES is a staid yet high-end district that brands like Barney’s and Frette call home. This former high-end consignment shop is in a vine-covered building on the thoroughfare known as Madison Avenue. Stepping in from the busy street and down a small entry mezzanine, this bright space is ready for action with a wrap counter, shelving, hardwood flooring and overhead lighting, including a spherical chandelier. There’s also lots of storage space in the basement of this classic shop. The Upper East Side is known for its high-priced apartments and the amount of foot traffic it receives thanks to those visiting Central Park two blocks west. The 6 train and crosstown buses make this space easy to get to from anywhere in the city.