New York Cinema
The Royal Tenenbaums House is one of New York Cinema.

1. The Royal Tenenbaums House

8.2
338 Convent Ave (144th St), New York, NY
Arts and Entertainment · West Harlem · 4 tips and reviews

The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection: "Royal Tenenbaum bought the house on Archer Avenue," claims Wes Anderson's film, but if you're heading south from the 375th Street Y, we suggest stopping by the corner of 144th and Convent instead. Read more.

Empire State Building is one of New York Cinema.

2. Empire State Building

9.0
350 5th Ave (btwn 33rd & 34th St), New York, NY
Structure · Koreatown · 1174 tips and reviews

The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection: One of the most iconic structures in New York; perhaps best known for being climbed by a gigantic, kidnapped jungle ape clutching a screaming woman. Read more.

Ace Hotel New York is one of New York Cinema.

3. Ace Hotel New York

8.7
20 W 29th St (at Broadway), New York, NY
Hotel · NoMad · 404 tips and reviews

The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection: Opening Ceremony, inside the Ace Hotel, has a complete Criterion Collection (every DVD/Blu-ray) on hand at all times. Read more.

The Brill Building is one of New York Cinema.

4. The Brill Building

1619 Broadway (at 49th St), New York, NY
Office · Theater District · 7 tips and reviews

The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection: Home to ruthless gossip columnist J.J. Hunsecker (a seething Burt Lancaster) in Alexander Mackendrick's SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS. Read more.

Film Forum is one of New York Cinema.

5. Film Forum

9.1
209 W Houston St (btwn 6th & Varick), New York, NY
Indie Movie Theater · Hudson Square · 83 tips and reviews

The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection: The only arthouse cinema in New York whose banana bread is endorsed by postmodern luminary Jacques Derrida. Read more.

21 Club is one of New York Cinema.

6. 21 Club

21 W 52nd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York, NY
American Restaurant · Midtown East · 129 tips and reviews

The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection: The first official meeting place of fledging press agent Sidney Falco and gossip titan J.J. Hunsecker in 1955's SWEET SMELL OF SUCESS. "Match me, Sidney." Read more.

Rockefeller Center is one of New York Cinema.

7. Rockefeller Center

9.1
Rockefeller Plaza (btwn W 49th & W 50th St), New York, NY
Plaza · Rockefeller Center · 848 tips and reviews

The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection: Allen Baron’s lonely, hard boiled hit-man wanders Rockefeller Center at Christmastime in the b-noir classic BLAST OF SILENCE. Read more.

8. Stuyvesant Avenue between Lexington and Quincy

Stuyvesant Ave (btwn Lexington & Quincy), Brooklyn, NY
Road · Bedford-Stuyvesant · 1 tip

The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection: This is where it all went down on the hottest day of the year in the classic Spike Lee joint, Do the Right Thing. The entire story--and production--took place on this single block in Bed-Stuy. Read more.

MoMA Sculpture Garden is one of New York Cinema.

9. MoMA Sculpture Garden

9.0
11 W 53rd St, New York, NY
Sculpture Garden · Midtown East · 23 tips and reviews

The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection: "It's not a question of understanding it, man! If you feel it, you feel it, stupid!" Ben Carruthers pronounces on the role of the audience in John Cassavetes' groundbreaking independent film, Shadows. Read more.

Hotel Chelsea is one of New York Cinema.

10. Hotel Chelsea

8.0
222 W 23rd St (btwn 7th & 8th Ave), New York, NY
Historic and Protected Site · Chelsea · 41 tips and reviews

The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection: When you're going through a rough patch, just remember things'll be better when you get to America. Then remember you've already been here a week. The Chelsea Hotel is in America. Read more.

Central Park is one of New York Cinema.

11. Central Park

9.7
59th to 110th St (btwn 5th Ave & Central Park W), New York, NY
Park · Central Park · 1840 tips and reviews

The Criterion CollectionThe Criterion Collection: In the spring of 1968, William Greaves and his crew conducted a baffling, multi-layered experiment on the nature of filmmaking in this iconic park. The name of this experiment? SYMBIOPSYCHOTAXIPLASM. Read more.