If you’ve been to New York City, you may well understand that it is never possible to see every part of the city over a period of few days. Even the repeat visitors to NYC end up finding new areas and attractions to explore. But what to do if you are in NYC and have just two days? We pick and choose some not-to-be-missed experiences that you can cover in a matter of 48 hours, and that pretty much gives you an overall experience of the Big -10am – Breakfast in a Gilded RoomThe historic Villard Mansion was commissioned in 1882 by railroad magnate Henry Villard. The ornate Gold Room – aptly named for its gilded ceiling – originally served as a music hall. In September 2016, it was thrown open to the public as a breakfast-only restaurant inside Lotte New York Palace Hotel on Madison Avenue. VILLARD by Chef Oscar Granados stands as a living tribute left to the Gilded Age, and the menu here is inspired by rustic farm-to-table ingredients, served in a fine-dining setting. Inspired by the bygone era of opulent hotels in New York City, VILLARD serves breakfast Monday through Friday from 6:30am to 11:30am, and brunch over the weekend.