Around Town – Inwood And Washington Heights

Washington Heights, NY

Washington sprawls across the northern section of Manhattan flanked by the Hudson River and the Harlem River, beginning from 155th Street and ending at Dyckman Street. Other than it’s surging real estate prices, this part of Manhattan has also been garnering attention recently for its flourishing art expeditions. The following places will give you a piece of the action and help you make the best of your time in Washinghton Heights:

Burger Heights
177 Wadsworth Ave.

This spot sits on a quiet street, but it’s liveliness and buzz is archetypal of life in Washington heights. It’s menu is single-hearted in its loyalty to local cuisines, featuring dishes such as The Broadway and The Saint Nicholas Burger. If having a delicious meal is not enough stimulant for your hunger or you’re craving something sweet,  you can order any of the flavors of Italian gelato shakes including the mint chocolate chip and Nutella flavors.

Le Cheile
839 W. 181st St.

While here, you can enjoy great vibes with friends over beer or coffee. You can also get in line for the brunch — a New Yorker’s recreational delight.

Vines on Pine
814 W. 187th St.

On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, you can brace yourself for an enchanting wine-tasting time out in this venue. Situated in an environment that tangoes with it, the store delivers exquisite wine-tasting experiences; 80% of the contents carried around by the employees are tasted by them in order to ensure desirability in every drop.

United Palace Theater
4140 Broadway

This multipurpose theater features a wide array of events including film screenings, musicals, and fundraising events for non-profits. The list of stars who have graced this venue include Elvis, Bob Dylan and Adele.


Away from the bustling scene in the heart of Manhattan and on its northernmost outskirt lies Inwood, a place with intrigues of its own flavor. This area of Manhattan offers no less excitement as any other part of the city. From exotic resturants to parks and landmarks, you’ll be thrilled to have turned up in this part of Manhattan. Here is a brief look at some of the most intriguing places to see.

Henry Hudson Bridge
Stretching over Spuyten Duyvil Creek is this breath-taking monumental steel bridge, which in it’s commissioning in 1936, was the world’s longest fixed arch bridge.

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