Eleven Madison Park has an extensive collection of paintings, photographs and other wonderful touches -- all inspired by the scenes in and around Madison Square Park. The most notable pieces of art are the three large paintings by Stephen Hannock. One hangs to the right of the bar, another on the far wall of the restaurant and the third on the north wall of the North Room, one of the restaurant's private dining rooms. The painting at the bar, which shows a view of the infamous Flatiron Building from inside the park during evening, has an ethereal, other-worldly effect. Additional pictures decorate the walls of the smaller dining area, the hallway toward the restroom and the upstairs hallway. In one way or another, all of the work relates to Madison Square Park and its surroundings. Downstairs in the hallway on the way to the restroom, for instance, are full-scale models of what the Metropolitan Life Insurance building should have been and pictures of what it is now. Upstairs, meanwhile, there are more photographs and even a framed piece of sheet music called "The Madison Square March 'Two Step.'" One could spend hours wandering the halls and soaking in the history.