Red Lobster at 7th Avenue New York City

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The Red Lobster at 7th Avenue New York City

 

Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard or, as it is more commonly referred to, 7th Avenue is a major road in the western part of Manhattan, New York. The thoroughfare begins in the West Village at Clarkson Street where Varick Street extends to 7th Avenue. The 59th Street exit from Central Park to 7th Avenue is called Artisans’ Gate.

 

The road continues in both directions through Harlem at the north of Warriors’ Gate. In Harlem, 7th Avenue is known as Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard. Across the Harlem River, through the

Macombs Dam Bridge, the road continues to the Bronx where it becomes Jerome Avenue.


7th Avenue is known as Fashion Avenue where it runs through the Garment District stretching from 34th Street to 29th Street, and from 12th Avenue to 5th Avenue. It is so named in honor of its significant role as the epicenter of the fashion industry, and because of the talented designers who have established New York as fashion capital.


Some of the establishments that can be found along 7th Avenue include the Madison Square Garden and Pen Station, Carnegie Hall, the Fashion Institute of Technology, the AXA Center, the Alwyn Court Apartments, and several restaurants such as the Red Lobster and many others.