The Neue Galerie

Housed in a glorious Beaux-Arts mansion designed by Annabelle Selldorf on 5th Avenue, the Neue Galerie is home to some of the most important works of the early 20th century German and Austrian works of art – perhaps most famously the  Portrait of Adele Blockbauer by Gustav Klimt. The Galerie is also home to a lovely little cafe, named after one of the museum’s most grand patrons: Serge Sabarsky.