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This being New York City, parking is hard to come by, especially around the busy Columbus Circle traffic circle in Midtown Manhattan where Per Se is located. You can hope to find street parking or you can head to the nearest self-park lot at 58th Street between 8th Avenue and 9th Avenue. It's easier just to take a cab or hop on the subway. A bunch of different trains stop right in Columbus Circle, which practically puts you at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant's door. Take the 1, 9, A, B, C or D subway trains to Columbus Circle. The location might make parking a challenge, but it also allows for a gorgeous view of Columbus Circle and Central Park — which should definitely soothe any frazzled nerves caused by getting there.