Sitting in a world between churches and bars, this stretch of 80th street has plenty for everyone. In a decidedly "nice" part of town such as this, it's not unusual to encounter blocks like this: with a wide variety of apartments, town houses, restaurants and various local hangouts.
The tree-lined street is a never-ending row of stoops, leading up to big, gated doorways - as if to say "Not only are we better than you, but our entrance is needlessly elevated from the sidewalk".
The All Souls Church at the end of the street is a real thing of beauty. So rarely do you find churches in NY that aren't big stone monuments, but rather more humble wooden/brick situations. Whether or not every soul on Earth is inside has yet to be determined.
Overall a very pleasant street with lots to do on either end. Would walk again A+++++++++ </end_lame_ebay_joke>