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Destinations we serve: New York City, Philadelphia, Connecticut, New Jersey

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Patrick Sullivan, Global DMC Professional

Patrick Sullivan, President

Patrick Sullivan has worked in the meeting and incentive industry for more than 20 years as a corporate meeting planner, incentive house account executive and owner of AlliedPRA New York.  Patrick was honored to serve as the 2009 President of Site.  He also served as the Chair to the FICP (Financial & Insurance Conference Planners) 2007 Hospitality Partners.  Patrick speaks regularly at industry events and has been published both in industry trade publications and written case studies for the incentive market.  His company is proud to be a member of the National Veteran Owned Business, MPI, ISES, ADME, FICP and Site. “No… Read More

Patrick Sullivan has worked in the meeting and incentive industry for more than 20 years as a corporate meeting planner, incentive house account executive and owner of AlliedPRA New York.  Patrick was honored to serve as the 2009 President of Site.  He also served as the Chair to the FICP (Financial & Insurance Conference Planners) 2007 Hospitality Partners.  Patrick speaks regularly at industry events and has been published both in industry trade publications and written case studies for the incentive market.  His company is proud to be a member of the National Veteran Owned Business, MPI, ISES, ADME, FICP and Site. “No other place in the world I would rather be!”

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Chelsie Caruso, Global DMC Professional
Chelsie Caruso, DMCP, National Sales Manager
Patrick Sullivan, Global DMC Professional
Patrick Sullivan, President

NEW YORK: OUR PICKS

Top things to do

Pert-a-Porter

For over a century, fabled Fifth Avenue has been synonymous with wealth, privilege, and luxury. Check out this legendary street with a knowledgeable local guide who will show you how to shop like a true New Yorker.

Green Oasis in Manhattan

No matter the season or reason for your visit, Central Park is a setting for enjoying many pursuits: bicycle riding, strolling, rollerblading, ice-skating, picnicking, and much more!

Where it All Began

At 55 Water Street, a full acre of calm exists. Known as the “Elevated Acre”, overstimulated NYC visitors can head downtown for a quiet picnic, a walk, or if you’re lucky, a free movie screening.

High Line

This park embodies “reduce, reuse, recycle” with style! The creative minds behind High Line Park, including iconic fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, transformed this antiquated rail line into a unique public park in New York’s trendiest neighborhood.

The Home of the Champions

The new Yankee’s stadium opened with a bang in 2009 as it capped of the grand opening of this stadium with their 27th World Series title. As a must-see for any baseball fan, the Stadium also offers a wide variety of private suites and experiences.

Let Freedom Ring

The Statue of Liberty is one of America’s most beloved icons. And during your visit to NYC, you can have an up close and personal visit with Lady Liberty herself! Host a tented event on Liberty Island to celebrate with an unbeatable view of Manhattan.

Eataly

Mario Batali’s brainchild is more than your traditional supermarket. Eataly is an original “marketplace” model inviting guests to be active participants in an innovative food and beverage experience. As a popular pick for private event experiences, an Eataly chef invites guests on an intimate culinary experience to learn about the market.

Stairway to Stars

Explore the city streets with some of New York’s most savvy tour guides and picture yourself at city sights best known for their appearance on the silver screen! You will see for yourself where your favorite actors, personalities and characters have been, and receive behind-the-scenes tips on how to get tickets to TV’s most popular shows.

Top places to eat

The Dining Room at the Modern

The Modern continues to inspire accolades from both reviewers and guests alike. Described as “a pleasure and something of a discovery” by the Times food critic Pete Wells, The Modern’s unique location inside New York City’s Museum of Modern Art is both classy and elegant, providing stunning views of the museum’s majestic Sculpture Garden.

Buddakan

Buddakan is a solid ‘go to’ restaurant for groups and gatherings of all sizes. The brainchild of restaurateur Stephen Starr, and featuring a new twist on traditional Chinese fare, it is considered one of the largest mega-dining venues in all of New York City.

21 Club

‘21’ is one of the most famous speakeasies in American history. With secret doors and a disappearing bar, this restaurant was able to serve the “who’s who” of the Prohibition Era in New York, and continues to provide unforgettable service and one of the most impressive wine lists in the city today.

Rosemary’s

Rosemary’s in the West Village puts an urban twist on farm-to-table. Above the restaurant, a rooftop farm provides seasonal fruits, veggies, and herbs, which are lowered down to the open kitchen through a basket and pulley, to appear in the fresh Italian dishes they serve. Inside Scoop: A fun and bubbly way to start your dinner is with Rosemary’s Prosecco on tap!

Katz’s Delicatessen

Katz’s puts the ‘deli’ in delicious! Open since 1888, Katz’s Delicatessen has been serving kosher-style sandwiches, hot dogs, and other deli specialties to New Yorkers for more than a century. Inside Scoop: Fan of Meg Ryan? This is the place where you can “have what she’s having” in When Harry Met Sally!

Gramacy Tavern

Consistently ranked at the top of Zagat Survey’s ‘Most Popular’ list, Gramercy Tavern is considered one of America’s most beloved restaurants. It has welcomed guests for close to two decades to enjoy seasonal American cuisine, warm hospitality and unparalleled service—and in the process has garnered numerous awards and honors.

Water’s Edge

Located in Long Island City, Queens, Water’s Edge has the best view of Midtown Manhattan around. This venue is fabulous for gala events with the New York City skyline as an unforgettable backdrop. Inside Scoop: This ‘hidden gem’ is only a 15 minute transfer from Midtown!

Sylvia’s

Sylvia Woods, the “Queen of Soul food,” is the founder and owner of the world famous Sylvia’s Restaurant, located in the historical village of Harlem, since 1962. What was once a small luncheonette consisting of a counter and a couple of booths, has flourished into a world-renowned soul food destination.

Shake Shack

Shake Shack is without a doubt the most popular burger-and-milkshake destination in the Big Apple. With lines out the door on a daily basis, New Yorkers can’t get enough of the ShackBurger and signature Brooklyn Brewery ale. Check out the location in Madison Square Park, and enjoy a side of Empire State Building view with your burger!

Peter Luger in Brooklyn

Peter Luger Steakhouse is one of the oldest restaurants in New York City, serving numerous satisfied customers for over a century and rated NY’s #1 Steakhouse 26 years in a row.

Top places to stay

Langham Place Hotel, Fifth Avenue

Langham Place Hotel, Fifth Avenue delivers an engaging blend of modern luxury and urban sophistication. Inside Scoop: The amenities are endless! Flex check-in, check-out, complimentary Maserati chauffer service (for local transport), clothing press, welcome fruit, and not to mention one of the largest spas in the city — this hotel does not spare any expense when it comes to your comfort level and feeling of luxury!

The Waldorf Astoria New York

Since their recent restoration of the main lobby, guests are sure to be enamored with this property. This classic hotel offers a true experience of art deco splendor with the latest technologies and modern amenities. The Waldorf Astoria has set the standard worldwide for fine dining, historic rooms and elegant events for over a century.

Marriott Marquis

At almost 30 years old, the Marriott Marquis Hotel is still one of New York City’s largest hotels and the grande dame of Times Square. At its opening in 1985, it featured the city’s largest ballroom and first rooftop revolving restaurant. The hotel also houses The Marquis Theatre, the home to many well-known Broadway shows!

Gild Hall

Downtown gem! Gild Hall effortlessly blends classic European sensibility with American contemporary style, all fueled by the infectious energy of the bustling financial district of New York. Located in the heart of FiDi, this Manhattan hotel is within 4 blocks of South Street Seaport and half a mile from the Statue of Liberty.

W Times Square

Take a front row seat to the “Crossroads of the World,” at the W Hotel Times Square! Virtually “in the middle of everything”, you are steps away from the famous Broadway theater district, iconic New York restaurants and Macy’s Herald Square or 5th Avenue shopping districts. The hotel’s expansive Living Room Lobby Bar provides a chic yet comfortable atmosphere for that pre-dinner cocktail or post-theatre nightcap.

Gansevoort Meatpacking

Offering a chic retreat from the urban metropolis, this hotel defines a stylish outlet with many seating nooks in bay windows, Juliet balconies, stunning Manhattan views, Hudson River vistas, and so much more. Downtown drama is infused with uptown luxury. The property is just a short walk to the art galleries of Chelsea, the charming eateries of the West Village and iconic elevated High Line Park.

The New York Palace

Through the gates of the historic hotel’s famed Villard Mansion and down the grand staircase, you’ll discover the understated elegance and rich history that has established The New York Palace as a truly iconic hotel. Located just steps from St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Rockefeller Center on Madison Avenue the property affords exceptional views of the city skyline.

New York Hilton Midtown

An excellent destination for business travel, the Hilton New York is centrally located in Midtown Manhattan, within walking distance to many of the city’s iconic attractions — Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, The Museum of Modern Art, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and 5th Avenue shopping. An onsite spa and health club offers the perfect escape, while the full-service business center and extensive conference space provide all the necessities for your meeting.

Sheraton New York Times Square

Another favorite destination hotel in the Big Apple, the iconic Sheraton Hotel New York Times Square has stood proudly among the city skyline since 1962. The 1,781 recently renovated rooms, including the all new Club Level rooms and Club Lounge, and grand lobby offer a wealth of modern amenities to travelers from all over the world.

The Westin New York Times Square

The Westin New York offers a refreshing hotel experience in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The impressive 45-story tower distinguishes this 873-room landmark hotel located in the heart of Broadway — within walking distance of 40 theatres and world-famous shops and restaurants.