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  1. Ker 70, I agree with Meg and I'm a local. The Inner Harbor isn't what it used to be, but if you want to visit the National Aquarium or the Maryland Science Center, they're worth the visit. The Inner Harbor pavillions, imo, offer nothing. Harbor East is very nice, upscale and you can easily walk to funky Fells Point. Baltimore has its issues as does any city, but it's certainly not the Wild Wild West. I have no suggestions regarding luggage storage, but I would think any hotel doorperson would be happy to accommodate with a nice tip. Good luck.
  2. Great minds think alike, Lois.
  3. So far, my absolute favorite show was "It's Only a Play" with Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick, Stockard Channing, etc, etc. The audience roared with laughter from start to finish. ๐Ÿคฃ My absolute least favorite was "Bright Star" written by Steve Martin. We left at intermission. Back in the day "A Chorus Line" won me over. Saw it twice locally and twice on Broadway. ๐Ÿ˜‰
  4. Lois, you will love Beautiful & I still love Tapestry. ๐Ÿ˜‰
  5. Coming and pretty sure the audience will be singing along. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/aint-too-proud-the-temptations-story-comes-to-broadway/
  6. Hi Lois. Rue 57 (57th & 6th) has a very friendly, laid back bar with good food.
  7. Oh Lois, I forgot about Hourglass Tavern on 46th. We stumbled upon it once to get out of the rain. Not Italian, but another nice little mom & pop place with good food, good reviews in an old brownstone. Check it out. ๐Ÿ˜‰
  8. Allison Janney, very nice! My "movie star" at Gramercy Tavern was Blythe Danner. We did a pre Kinky Boots quick bite at Joe Allen at a table. It was a bad food & service night and it smelled musty. Hey, just like every other restaurant, we could go there tonight & enjoy every moment.
  9. I agree that Patsy's is just ok, but imo definitely better than Joe Allen, which we did not like. ๐Ÿ˜‰
  10. Wow, an old one. Basso 56 absolutely. Homemade everything.
  11. Midtown West near W. 56th St & 7th Ave is a great location. The Park Central hotel is nice and quite popular. You are 4 blocks from Central Park, across the street from Carnegie Hall, a few blocks from the Time Warner Center (shops, Whole Foods and restaurants), The Plaza, Lincoln Center, etc. There are many wonderful restaurants in the area. Enjoy your stay!
  12. Hey girl! Long time no CC . I am here rarely now. Two of my fav places, upscale but not pretentious and fabulous food, are Minetta Tavern and Gramercy Tavern. Minetta is quirky and a NY staple. Gramercy is just wonderful. I chatted with a "movie star" at the bar my last time there. Gramercy requires a res no longer than 30 days ahead. Hope you enjoy wherever you go. Oh, Gramercy Tavern is also owned by Danny Meyer.
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