To Do New York City

Rules of Civility

Robert Moses pools


Hamilton House

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Upper West

Hamilton House

Robert Moses Pools – rules of civility

Spanish Harlem- breakfast at tiffany’s quote below

Upper East

The cafeteria in the Park – breakfast at tiffany’s

Frick Museum outside shot – breakfast at tiffany’s mast shot


Break or Lunch at Tiffanys – MORE PICTURES OF TIFFANYS – mast shot

Breakfast or Lunch at Bergdorf – scatter my ashes

Breakfast, lunch or dinner at Perrine in Pierre

Tea at Rotunda in the Pierre

Dinner or drinks in Rockefeller Center – CLUB 65


67th Precinct

Lower East Side

Chow Mein for lunch in Chinatown

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s

We need to find out where the cafeteria is in Central Park

Have some Chow Mein in Chinatown for Chinatown in Breakfast at tiffanys

Spanish Harlem –

“It was neither of these. But this: “Stop here,” she ordered the driver, and we pulled to the curb of a street in Spanish Harlem. A savage, a garish, a moody neighborhood garlanded with poster-portraits of movie stars and Madonnas. Sidewalk litterings of fruit-rind and rotted newspaper were hurled about by the wind, for the wind still boomed, though the rain had hushed and there were bursts of blue in the sky. Holly stepped out of the car; she took the cat with her. Cradling him, she scratched his head and asked. “What do you think? This ought to be the right kind of place for a tough guy like you. Garbage cans. Rats galore. Plenty of cat-bums to gang around with. So scram,” she said, dropping him; and when he did not move away, instead raised his thug-face and questioned her with yellowish pirate-eyes, she stamped her foot: “I said beat it!” He rubbed against her leg. “I said fuck off!” she shouted, then jumped back in the car, slammed the door, and: “Go,” she told the driver. “Go. Go.”
I was stunned. “Well, you are. You are a bitch.”

Rockefeller Plaza restaurant up there — Club 65

rotunda room for light appetizers in the pierre

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Spanish Harlem


67th Precinct





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