Endless gender-fluid fun with a drag revue that hosts events like Bitchy Drag Bingo, Broadway Boozy Brunch, Celebrity Sunday, and Dragalicious Karaoke.
Watch performers lip-sync, impersonate, and dance their way to greatness at this drag cabaret restaurant.
Casablanca-themed hotel inspired by the “romance of the movie.” Features Moroccan touches and Rick’s Bar, named after the film’s leading man. Here’s looking at you, kid.
Dark, sexy hotel with black-and-white decor befitting a vampire.
A 50s-themed diner that features American classics served by a Broadway-bound, singing waitstaff.
Previously the Museum of Television and Radio, the Paley Center holds exhibits and screenings, and archives all things media, including television shows, movies, and even some online media. Remember that one episode of that one TV show from a million years ago? Yeah. They have it.
A collection of bank and vault locks given to the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen by John M. Mossman, who wrote a book called “The Lure of the Lock.” Features 370 locks (many of them 19th century vintage), keys, tools, antebellum curios, rare books, prints, flags, clocks and medals.
An old steakhouse with a “legendary” mutton chop and the largest collection of churchwarden pipes in the world. The pipes that cover its ceiling have been smoked by notable people such as Theodore Roosevelt, Buffalo Bill Cody, Herbert Hoover, Albert Einstein, and Babe Ruth.