Austrian and German artists display their works at this museum. The names may be unfamiliar, and those looking for Da Vinci, ... More
Neue Galerie New York
Austrian and German artists display their works at this museum. The names may be unfamiliar, and those looking for Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Van Gogh are heading for a disappointment. However, those looking for cultural art will be in for a treat. Stark lines, bright colors and reflections of reality are the themes of these works. Exhibitions are conducted often and the venue is open for private events on rare occasions. The in-house cafe, Cafe Sabarsky , is equipped with a grand piano and serves Viennese, American and traditional Austrian dishes to those who are famished.
The exhibits are nicely done. I always look forward to attending each one that interests me. Each time I go, I'm pleased. I would definately recommend it to people planning to visit NYC as it is well worth the money. The Cafe Sabarsky is an awesome place to eat breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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