15 Hot Spots for Celebrity Sightings in New York City

15 Hot Spots to Meet Celebrities in NYC Infographic

There are currently 92 television and film productions currently underway in New York City.

According to the NYC Major’s Office of Media and Entertainment, there are 45 primetime TV/online episodic shows and mini-series, 28 feature films, five cable series, and 14 daytime, late night, and talk shows being produced in New York City now. That means that the streets, buildings, restaurants, studios, and parks of New York City are likely to be graced by celebrities frequently. Additionally, Broadway shows also feature esteemed celebrities from all walks of stardom.

The most celebrities live in Tribeca, Chelsea, East Village, Greenwich Village, Soho, and Upper West Side.

Realty reports indicate that many illustrious stars call various neighborhoods of Manhattan home. These include Madonna, Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Lawrence, Harry Styles, Lady Gaga, Scarlett Johansson, and Hugh Jackman. Olivia Wilde was a long-time resident of Manhattan until she moved into the swanky, newly revived neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights.

Park Side Restaurant in Queens, NY is a favorite restaurant for many celebrities.

New York City is renowned for its Italian cuisine, so it is no wonder that Park Side Restaurant attracts celebrities and non-celebrities alike. The classy ambiance and reasonable prices make it a local favorite. Other star-studded restaurants include The Polo Bar, the 21 Club, Lure Fishbar, and Chelsea Market’s string of fine eats.

The Christmas Tree Lighting at Rockefeller Center is a great place to spot celebrities.

The annual tree lighting ceremony is free and open to the public, just be sure to get there early! Many celebrities document the magical experience on their social media. In 2018, this event will be held on Wednesday, November 28th. Here’s a heartwarming fact: for the 12th consecutive year, the enormous Christmas tree will be donated to Habitat for Humanity. It is milled, treated, and made into lumber that is used for building homes.

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