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AMP3 Public Relations
530 Fashion Ave Floor M1
New York, NY 10018
AMP3 PR is located in New York City, directly in the media capital of the world. We are a top ranked O’Dwyer’s PR Firm. Our offices are located just steps away from Times Square right on Fashion Ave. Our proximity and relationships with the biggest publishers and media outlets in the world give our clients a distinct competitive advantage. We love New York and are proud to call it our longtime agency home base.
We’re in the heart of Manhattan. EWR, LGA, & JFK. Pick Your Poison.
Subways: Red (1239) to 40th Street, Blue (ACE) or Yellow (BDFV) to Times Square Stop.
Cross Street of Fashion Ave between 38th and 39th Street
Are you visiting the AMP3 office and in need of some extra fun in New York City?
Our well-acquainted staff has just the right ideas to make your day in the Big Apple one you’ll never forget.
To start off, let’s go to the most important meal of the day, breakfast. If you’re in need of something quick, hop on the subway and head over to Blank Slate Kitchen on Madison Ave for some delicious avocado toast. Got more time? We suggest Jack‘s Wife Freda located in SoHo. The rosewater waffle is to die for.
Now that you’re sufficiently full, you should probably hit up a few favorite tourist destinations before the crowds fill in. Grab the 6 train to Battery Park where you’ll take a ferry to the renown Statue of Liberty. You haven’t seen New York until you’ve seen it from lady liberty’s crown! To further enhance your education and sightseeing, continue on via ferry to Ellis Island for a true American cultural experience.
Before you know it, it’s afternoon. Time flies when you’re having a good time! You’re now in need of an afternoon activity and boy have we got options for you. While you’re already out on the water, why not head over to Governor’s Island. Tool around on a bicycle for the afternoon, and if you have time, stop by Island Oyster for a dozen oysters and a crisp glass of wine.
If you want a break from the ferry, we’ll send you to the Upper West Side to the American Museum of Natural History. Fun for any age, the museum is great whether you’re by yourself or with family and friends. And of course, when in NYC you’ve got to grab a New York bagel for lunch, not too far away is Zabar’s to ease that grumbling stomach. And don’t forget to stop off at Levain Bakery for a hockey puck sized chocolate chip cookie.
Not a museum person? Pop on over to The High Line near Hudson Yards for a stroll above street level with great river and city views. Converted from an old railroad line, you can walk it all the way to the ultra-cool Chelsea Market for a mid-afternoon snack. Oh, the choices you’ll have! We recommend the spicy tuna and the curry beef tacos. And don’t forget a treat from Doughnuttery.
You’ve had a busy day by now and deserve a bit of a break before your fabulous city dinner. If you haven’t had your fill of parks, go relax over in Central Park for the best people watching and take in the views. Especially during the summer months, the shade feels so refreshing. We recommend laying out in Sheep Meadow or catching the roller dancers at the Skate Circle. It’s dinner time! This is always the best time in New York City because of your endless options to choose from.
However, we believe your day is not complete without going to an early dinner at Becco in Midtown. Try the impeccable vitello alla parmigiana paired with a lovely glass of cabernet sauvignon. If you’re a steak eater, we recommend Strip House on East 12th Street. Wining and dining is truly the key to a wonderful New York City day.
Your dinner may be over…but your day is not. Take advantage of one last stop in the Theater District off 42nd Street and check out the Broadway show of your choice. Catch something new or check out a staple like The Lion King. Trust us, you can’t go wrong.
With the show over, we guess it’s time to let you sleep.