First things first, the Flatiron Building is not open to the public so your visit here will be brief but don’t worry, we’ve got more for you to do nearby. Fun fact
: it’s named for its triangular shape resembling a clothing iron. Once you’ve seen it and snapped your photo momento, it’s time to head to Eataly
a mere block away for pizza, pasta and wine. Home to six restaurants, cafes, a market, a wine shop, and several food and wine counters, there is a lot
to do here. Many of the restaurants are walk-in only, and you can also just peruse the different floors with a glass of wine if the abundant options get the best of you. Bonus
: Staying at the Freehand? It’s just a 7 minute walk home.