1. A hallowed space for damn fine food
Our street-level home inside 401 Park Drive is a whopping 25,200 square feet of sheer dining pleasure. Inside this building—designed with Art Moderne and Art Deco motifs by architect George C. Nimmons back in the Roaring Twenties—you'll find a sleek and airy space lined with tall, iron-framed windows and stark concrete columns that both open it up and make it feel secluded; that means it's just as great for dining alone as it is a space for sharing a table with good company. And hey, if you'd rather feel some rays on your face, there's a beautiful patio outside bordered by some lush greenery.