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Comfortably nestled at the intersection of three vibrant and energetic New York City neighborhoods, The Lewis offers a gateway to an eclectic epicenter offering dining, shopping, nightlife and more. To the west, Hudson Yards’ newly developed neighborhood stands sky high, showcasing the frontier of a new Manhattan. To the south, Chelsea blends culture and convenience with cafes, bars, art galleries, and eateries, notably including the famed Chelsea Market. To the north, Hell’s Kitchen offers a prime city hotspot with an array of restaurants and pubs in a no-frills neighborhood.

Bars &


Serving rustic Italian fare, Tavola’s pizzas are baked in handcrafted wood ovens using volcanic clay shipped directly from Naples. Their signature, single-estate, imported olive oil is available only to customers, making their Italian delicacies a gem rarely found in Manhattan.

Sergimmo Salumeria

A charming Italian deli serving imported meats, house-made mozzarella, savory paninis and fresh pasta, Sergimmo Salumeria is the neighborhood staple for authentic Italian cuisine.

Rudy’s Bar & Grill

A neighborhood staple since 1933, this historic tavern is one of the most famous dive bars in New York City. Well-known for providing free hot dogs to guests, Rudy’s is revered for its no-frills atmosphere.

Rustic Table

Tucked away in a cozy nook, Rustic Table offers refined coffee and farm-fresh foods with a Mediterranean twist. The warm space provides a communal seating area where diners can enjoy the eats around a large farmer’s table.


Family-owned and operated, Friedman’s serves gluten-free fried chicken, waffles, pancakes and comfort food goodness. A true rarity in New York City, Friedman’s savory, melt-in-your mouth menu options are sure to never disappoint.


Marseilles offers diners a slice of France in the heart of Manhattan in a trendy brasserie setting with tasty, colorful dishes such as tuna steak niçoise, bouillabaisse and moules frites marinière.

Coffee Houses

La Colombe

The Philadelphia-based La Colombe is famous for its chocolatey roasts and rich draft lattes, served in a beautifully-lit interior ideal for working remotely or cozy group gatherings.

Paradigm Cafe

The perfect blend of convenience and taste, Paradigm Cafe offers locals a quick spot to grab assorted quiches, wraps, salads, paninis or fresh coffee while on the go.


Sea Breeze Fish Market

The flagship destination of a seafood-selling mecca, this third-generation, family-owned fishmonger delivers flavorful fish in great supply.

Esposito Meat Market

A mainstay of Hell’s Kitchen since 1932, Esposito is one of New York’s most storied butchers and a one-stop-shop for cured meats and rare cheeses.

International Grocery

With delicacies such as Indonesian octopus and Greek halvah, International Grocery is a global food bazaar selling essentials and oddities alike. Looking for pitas? Or an unusual, exotic peppercorn? Whatever the item, International Grocery is sure to please the curious palette.

Brooklyn Fare

Offering the perks and convenience of an old-school Brooklyn grocer, Brooklyn Fare provides everything from household items to gourmet groceries. The market also includes the world-renowned Chef’s Table, a three-Michelin star restaurant offering a communal dining experience from acclaimed chef César Ramirez.


High Line

The ambitious landscape project that set a new agenda for urban planners across the country, the 1.45-mile long High Line opened in 2009 and is now a lively emerald twisting through lower Manhattan, directly adjacent to The Lewis.

Hudson River Greenway

Part of a 32-mile route circling Manhattan, the Hudson River Greenway is the most trafficked bike route in the United States. A true amenity to residents of The Lewis, the Greenway offers an 11-mile path to Battery Park City for walkers, joggers, runners and more. Hudson River Park, Chelsea Piers and a variety of restaurants with breathtaking waterfront views are located along this prized attraction.



The Lewis is conveniently close to a variety of MTA options including the recently-completed 7, A/C/E, 1/2/3, N/Q/R/W subways and the M11, M34 and M20 bus service. Penn Station, the Port Authority Bus Terminal, and the Midtown Ferry Terminal are all within close proximity as well.