|JUST missed the sunset!|
|A railroad track runs through it... taken over by nature|
|Views of the buildings|
|The building looks like a light sculpture|
|Park Restaurant... accessible from High Line Park by a staircase|
|Yummy drink of Hendrick's, St. Germain, cuc's and lemons!|
It's a rambling walk through the City, along a raised pedestrian bridge, which winds through the city's buildings and along piers on the southwest end of Manhattan. After a nice walk through native plant gardens and under colorful neon-lit tunnels, you can stop into Park for a libation and some calamari or rosemary fries. (They had many yummy-looking options, so take your pick!) They have a dinner menu, but we were meeting up with our friend for dinner later, so I can't recommend anything specifically. Everything we ate was delicious, though, and the setting was amazing! In the garden area, there are many trees and plants, and canopy above is festooned with lights. Service was excellent, and the fresh focaccia they serve with a side of olive oil is delish!
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