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Ok... It isn't hidden... Its pretty big and easily noticed. Close to Waldorf Astoria / Central Station. But it doesn't feature on the primary tourist trail and guides.
It's an episcopal church and as such the architecture is very different than the Gotham style elsewhere......More
This church is a stone’s throw away from St. Patrick’s Cathedral, located 2 blocks west, so if you like church architecture, you should visit. The pipe organ is the largest in NYC and in the 10 largest in the world (huh!). Leopold Stokowski was one...More
St. Bartholomew's Church, also known as St. Bart's, displays a Romanesque style with Byzantine details and is hard to miss when exploring Midtown Manhattan. It displays salmon-colored brick and gray limestone walls and is a real standout in a sea of skyscrapers.
I stopped as...More
This is in no way a religious comment, and apologies if that is what you're looking for in the review. We visited St. Bart's on a recent trip to NYC, having come walked some distance. We'd stopped in the attached cafe/ restaurant for a quick...More
My wife was undergoing surgery the next day so we stopped by St. Bart’s to reflect and offer a prayer. We found the most wonderful clergy and parishioners at the church who asked us to attend the Wednesday night chapel service and then the main...More
Good Friday evening we attended the quiet, reflective prayer service in the chapel followed by a beautiful Stations of the Cross in the main church which was accented with classical organ music written in 1920 by French composer Duprel (?). The organ music ranged from...More
Most people would not expect to find a good restaurant in a church . . or rather in a park right next to the church. But there is one right next to St. Bart's on Park Ave. and it is a nice venue for a...More
This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit—spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's heaven where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
affordable to the ultra-fancy. Visit the Rockefeller Center to experience towering Art Deco grandeur, and foodies will love the busy restaurants that stay open late in Koreatown. After dark, Midtown calms down a bit, but at any time of day or night it still feels 100% New York.