Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W 18th St New York, NY 10011
Coming by Subway
On the No. 1 train, get off at the 18th St. stop. Proceed east to 125 W. 18th St.,
On the No. 2 or 3 train, get off at the 14th St. stop. Walk uptown (north) to 18th St. and 7th Avenue; turn right onto 18th St., and proceed east to 125 W. 18th St.
On the A, C, or E train, get off at the 14th St. stop. Walk uptown (north) on 8th Avenue to 18th St.; turn right onto 18th St.. Crossing over 7th Avenue, proceed to 125 W. 18th St.
On the No. 4, 5, 6, Q, R, N, or W train, get off at the 14th St. stop (Union Square). Walk uptown (north) and west to 18th St. and 6th Avenue. On 18th St. proceed west to 125 W. 18th St.
On the M, F or L train, get off at the 14th St. stop. Walk uptown (north) on 6 th Avenue to 18th St.. Turn left onto 18th St., and proceed to 125 W. 18th St.
Coming to NYC
- By train Those starting from a nearby suburb can reach NYC by NJ Transit, Long Island Rail Road or Metro-North Railroad. Amtrak also offers comfortable, convenient service to NYC from cities near and far.
- By bus For some travelers, especially those coming from other East Coast cities, buses are an affordable and convenient travel option. New York City enjoys service from such companies as Megabus, BoltBus, and Greyhound, as well as other local carriers.
- By car Driving to NYC? Use Google Maps to get directions.
Getting Around NYC
MTA Subways and Buses, A MetroCard gives you access to trains and buses that travel to every corner of the City. The system is accessible to people with disabilities. Taxi Cabs are a quick, convenient way to get around the five boroughs. Other Ferries, pedicabs, cruise ships, bicycles and even helicopters are all great ways to get around New York.
Who visits Alcohol Beverage Importers & Distributors Conference
Strictly trade only, visitors are primarily those people responsible for buying or selecting beer, spirits and wine for their business, in particular for restaurants, shops, bars, caterers, distributors and importers.