DAM New York 2022

The Art and Practice of Managing Digital Media

Places of Interest

It's not all work and no play...whilst you're in town why not try out some of our recommendations below



Le Bernardin Restaurant

Le Bernardin  - Holding international acclaim as one of the world's top seafood restaurants, La Bernardin has been a New York staple for over 20 years and is recommended if you are looking for an unforgettable experience. 

Bleecker Street PizzaHome of the famous and award-winning Nona Maria Pie, Bleecker Street Pizza serves consistently delicious pizza with the best dough, sauce, and ingredients in Old West Village!

Ess-a-bagel - Bustling cafe serving up bagels (with a broad selection of toppings), made-to-order sandwiches and often a line out the door. 



Universal Hip Hop Museum

The Universal Hip Hop Museum - Over the last ten years, a dedicated group of volunteers have been working to establish the first museum dedicated to Hip Hop culture in the place where it all began almost half a century ago: The Bronx, New York. With support from the borough of the Bronx and the city of New York, this vision is now a reality. Due to open in 2024, you can get a taste of what's to come with the [R]Evolution of Hip Hop, an interactive journey through history using artifacts, multimedia, artificial intelligence, and virtual and augmented technologies which is open now. 

The Guggenheim Museum - Designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Guggenheim is best known for its spiral structure and unique museum layout. The permanent collection and temporary exhibitions highlight modern paintings, sculpture, and film.

The Museum of Modern Art - A massive redesign in 2019 added another 40,000 sq ft of gallery space, as well as new performance and multimedia spaces and free galleries at street level.


NYC Bucket List

BroadwaySee a Broadway Show - Broadway shows are practically synonymous with New York City, and the word Broadway is often used as shorthand for theater itself.

Walk the Brooklyn Bridge - Look back to see the Freedom Tower soaring over the world's most iconic skyline, descend into Brooklyn and grab a slice of pizza, before turning around to do it all again. 

Ride the Staten Island Ferry - The ferry is more than a means of transportation—it is an attraction unto itself. The 25-minute voyage offers riders stunning views of New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan skyline.


Try Something New

Roller Skating at the Rockefeller Center

Go Roller Skating at the Rockefeller Center - Flipper's Roller Boogie Palace has moved into The Rink at Rockefeller Center, bringing roller skating to the golden Prometheus.