"Nice, Quiet, Relaxed"
This street is worth visiting for Edgar’s Café on the intersection with Broadway. This restaurant has a sinister Edgar Allan Poe theme, and its dimly lit interior makes it a cozy place to linger over some red wine and one of their fantastic salads. For the most part, the 80's blocks of the Upper West Side are quiet, family oriented neighborhoods. This block is no exception. Close to the subway, supermarkets, services, and schools, this is definitely a place to consider when choosing lodgings in Manhattan. W. 84th street is nice to walk through, although it is not exceptionally remarkable compared to the ones nearby. It is close to Central Park, and the crosstown bus, the M86.