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New York, New York 10019 USA
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Curated by the Concierge

You can see all of our team members wearing a golden key, designating membership in the New York City Association of Hotel Concierges.  Jeanie, our chef concierge is also a member of the prestigious Les Clefs d’or.  With more than 30 combined years of experience in New York hotels, our Viceroy concierge team is committed to getting out in the city to bring you firsthand accounts of all New York has to offer.  Check out where we’ve been: #vnyconcierge.  See you out tonight!


Chris' Picks

Food Tour Favorites

A unique way to experience New York City’s history & culture through food.You will get to experience the local and unique tastes of New York, while discovering the cultural and evolving scenes of the city’s most colorful and artistic diverse neighborhoods at the same time.

The Original Greenwich Village

Food and Culture Walking Tour -The West Village-Historic Mom & Pop specialty food shops & village charm in the old-Italian neighborhood.

Tour the tree-lined streets of NYC's historic West Village. Seek out classic "mom and pop" specialty food shops and charming neighborhood restaurants.

Learn about the history, culture, architecture, and entertainment offerings that makes Greenwich Village so unique from the rest of New York City. Discover delicious food, the Old Italian neighborhood, hidden gardens, the narrowest house in NYC, plus much more!

During this tour you will enjoy a variety of food specialties that has secured Greenwich Village's reputation as being one of the greatest culinary and cultural centers of the world. Discover the secrets to having the ultimate food and cultural experience off the beaten path!Tour offered daily.

Chelsea Market, the Highline & the Meatpacking District

Food and Culture Walking Tour.Tour NYC's urban (indoor) Chelsea Food Market. Become a market insider and experience the sights, sounds & flavors of this 118-year-old historic landmark building, which is the birthplace of the Oreo Cookie!

Learn the history of the Market, view original artwork and granite sculptures, and learn how the Chelsea Market has become the ultimate indoor food paradise (while tasting your way through).

Then step outside and stroll on "THE HIGH LINE", New York's only elevated outdoor park, for great views of the Hudson River, and learn about this trendy area—NYC's hottest nightlife destination!

Taste specialties from seven food shops in the Chelsea Market.

Hear all about the new happenings in the neighborhood, including the NEW Gansevoort Market - A rustic-industrial food hall with a variety of popular counter-serve eateries, food stalls & more.

Tour is given Thursday-Monday year round.

The above tours can provide food substitutions for vegetarians, but unfortunately cannot provide food substitutions for any other food allergies (such as gluten-free or dairy-free).

Inquire with the Concierge Desk for bookings.

Meet Chris
Hailing from upstate New York, Chris brings a passion for sport, travel, the arts and socializing to work every day at Viceroy New York. Although he is now proud to call New York home has lived in Las Vegas, Miami and recently Australia. Chris began his New York hospitality career in restaurants but moved on to open a prominent Lower East Side Hotel. 4 years of working as a concierge in SoHo gives Chris in depth knowledge of all NYC has to offer.

Asimina's Picks

With Spring on its way, it is time to put away your winter coats, scarves, and gloves and stroll on the upper east side, where a world of art is at your fingertips! Sip away on a hot beverage while you walk “The Museum Mile” on 5th avenue along the beautiful Central Park….and visit these world-renowned artists and new museums:

Neue Galerie
5th Avenue @ 86th Street

Gustav Klimt’s The Woman in Gold (permanent view)

Neue Galerie New York is a museum devoted to early twentieth-century German and Austrian art and design, displayed on two exhibition floors. The second-floor galleries are dedicated to art from Vienna circa 1900, exploring the special relationship that existed then between the fine arts (of Gustav Klimt, Richard Gerstl, and Alfred Kubin).  Gustav Klimt’s glorious portrait “The Woman in Gold” is the centerpiece here, on permanent view.  Also check out the stylish Café Sabarsky on the first floor for a chic uptown lunch!

The Frick Collection
5th Avenue @70th Street

Van Dyck: The Anatomy of Portraiture (March 2-June 5th 2016)

Explore one of the most celebrated and influential portraits of all time at the Frick Collection. Enjoy Van Dyck’s international career from his native Flanders to Italy, France and ultimately, the court of Charles 1 in London. This is the most comprehensive exhibition ever organized on Van Dyck’s paintings, and the first major exhibition on the artist to be held in the United States in over twenty years.

The Met Breuer
Madison Avenue @75th Street

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s contemporary and modern art programs are expanding a new series of exhibitions, performances, and  educational initiatives in the landmark building designed by Marcel Breuer. The Met Breuer will provide additional space for the public to explore the art of both twentieth and twenty-first centuries

Opening to the public on March 18th

Meet Asimina 
A native New Yorker, Asimina (“Mina”) was raised in Brooklyn and in New Jersey.  She has more than 8 years of hotel experience, working in front desk and management roles before moving into a concierge position for 4 years. A lover (and student) of art, Asimina also brings her knowledge of events, fashion and nightlife happenings in the city to Viceroy guests…and speaks fluent Greek! 

Dana's Picks

This theater-loving concierge is overwhelmed by all the options flooding the boards this Broadway season. The clear winner thus far is the awesome historical hip-hop musical HAMILTON, taking Broadway by storm with equally awesome ticket prices!  Also try these new star-studded additions to the New York theater scene:

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF (musical) – Before it opened to great acclaim in 1964, the writers of this classic musical toyed with the title Where Poppa Came From.  It has since become one of Broadway’s most beloved musical.  The play follows villagers of the Russian village Anatevka, as its Jewish community struggles with hostile political forces that threaten their home and way of life.  The main character, Tevye, played with tremendous appeal by Broadway great Danny Bursteen, must grapple with the coming of age of his 5 daughters as they become modern women.  Along the way, Bursteen and company sing some of the most memorable music ever performed on a Broadway stage such as Sunrise, Sunset; If I Were A Rich Man and To Life! (L’Chaim!).  Award-winning director Bartlett Sher (South Pacific) also manages to highlight the shows relevance to modern day refugees crises…while still delighting purists that gave a thumbs down to the last Broadway revival of Fiddler in 2004.  This superb production is not to be missed. 

SPRING AWAKENING (musical) - Emmy-winner Camryn Manheim (The Practice) joins a young cast of talented actors, some of whom sing, some of whom play instruments and some of whom are deaf. This new production - technically a revival – may seem premature considering the last Broadway production closed in 2009.  But theater company Def West is famous for breathing new life into classic musicals through inventive interpretations employing sign language.  Director Michael Arden skillfully puts the rock/pop score and the earnestness of his cast – both hearing and non-hearing - to work. The result: this production sheds new life on the universal struggles of growing up, facing unjust authority and learning to love.

THE COLOR PURPLE (musical) – Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson is worth the price of admission as the sexy songstress Shug Avery…but this show belongs to Cynthia Erivo as the downtrodden Celie.   The part was originated by Whoopi Goldberg in the popular 1985 film adaptation and played by Fantasia (of American Idol fame) in the original Broadway production.  But director John Doyle’s simplified staging streamlines the storytelling and strips away all the extras (the set and props consist of little more than chairs and laundry baskets).   What is left is a tale of pure suffering and – ultimately – triumph and redemption distilled to its essence and set to a gospel beat.  The voices and performances – especially the strength and comic nuances provided by Danielle Brooks -  are astounding.  When Celie finally has a chance to sing out her anthem of gratitutde and triumph - “I’m Here” - it is clear that Cynthia Erivo has indeed arrived and is here to stay as Broadway’s newest star. 

ON YOUR FEET (musical)- was, honestly, the most fun I’ve had at a “jukebox” Broadway musical in a long time.  Perhaps as a performer my standards are too high or perhaps there are just too many things that can go wrong when you combine all the elements of a big Broadway show.  Not since JERSEY BOYS has a musical so successfully fused popular songs into such a compelling and believable story.  The lead, Ana Villafane does Gloria Estefan better than Gloria Estefan, and is winning as we follow her through the reluctant star’s journey.  The children in the show, including “young Gloria” and the boy playing Gloria’s son are adorable.  The themes of family triumphing over adversity together are played out to poignant effect under Jerry Mitchell’s direction.  I actually shed a few tears.  I also appreciated that the book by Alexander Dinelaris manages to make a few political statements about the Latino experience in America.  This show will take the place of MAMMA MIA…but I think it has far more heart than that smash hit ever had.  Even if some snotty critics dislike ON YOUR FEET (it is just TOO much fun), I think it has real staying power.  I recommend it highly!

Meet Dana Dana is a full-time New York resident and part-time professional theater actor since 2000.  Breaks in his acting career afforded Dana opportunities to fall in love with New York…through work in New York’s the vibrant restaurant, nightlife, fitness and hotel scenes.  A fitness and theater enthusiast, Dana strives to see all that he can on Broadway and is proud to give guests the whole truth about the New York theater scene.  

Jeanie's Picks

With so many activities going on in New York, what better way to spend your summer months.

The return of the outdoor markets:

Brooklyn Flea & Smorgasburg
Both flea and food-focused markets return in full force throughout Brooklyn as of April 2nd & 3rd!!

Fort Greene Flea
176 Lafayette Avenue
(btw Clermont & Vanderbilt Aves)
(Saturdays 10AM-5PM)

Manhattan Bridge Archway Plaza
(Near Water & Pearl Sts)
(Sundays 10AM-5PM) 

Williamsburg Smorgasburg
East River State Park
(90 Kent Ave & N. 7 St)
(Saturdays 11AM-6PM)

Prospect Park Smorgasburg
Breeze Hill
(located near Lakeside & the park's Lincoln Road entrance)
(Sundays 11AM-6PM)

Meet Jeanie
Name a restaurant in New York City and Jeanie has been there.  Since the start of her New York hospitality career in New York working for Tom Colicchio at his legendary restaurant Craft, Jeanie has continued to develop a passion and taste for good food and good service.  Not just a foodie, Jeanie puts her long and varied New York resume to work for her guests, having worked in fashion PR and studied acting with some of New York’s renowned teachers.  Jeanie boasts over 13 years of New York hotel experience, including 8 years as a concierge in exclusive uptown hotels and hip downtown boutique hotels.