The 50 Best Bars in Manhattan Right Now

Which bar in Lower Manhattan is the best?

Are you looking for the best bars in Manhattan? Then you’ve come to the right place – because I’ll show you the hottest speakeasy bars, pubs, wine bars and small venues where New Yorkers hang out. The choice of bars in Manhattan is huge – so there’s bound to be something for you!

To help you quickly and easily see which spot is near you, you can find all of Manhattan’s bars on an interactive map. And if you love rooftop bars as much as I do, check out the best rooftops in Manhattan.

By the way: you’ll find many more New York City spots in our Loving New York travel guides!

My Favorite Best Bars in Manhattan

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    9/11 Memorial and Museum

    Museum in Financial District
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    The 9/11 Memorial Museum is located at the 9/11 National Memorial and is probably one of the most emotional museums in New York. It is mostly located underground and displays debris from the former Twin Towers in addition to many of the personal belongings of those buried. Among them are fire trucks deformed by heat, a part of the antenna of the North Tower, a scorched elevator motor, the saving stone staircase (Survivor’s Staircase) as well as remains of sidewalks, street signs, bicycles and baby carriages that were in front of the World Trade Center.

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    A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour

    Walking Tour in East Village
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    The A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour is a combination of sightseeing tour, bus and walking tour. It starts not far from Union Square Park in Manhattan: with your New York guide you drive to Brooklyn to get to know one of the most important neighborhoods like  Sunset Park, DUMBO, Bay Ridge and also Coney Island. 

    On this sightseeing tour you will learn where movies like Goodfellas, Once Upon in America or Annie Hall were filmed and you will stop at two of the best pizzerias in Brooklyn. Because pizza and New York simply belong together!

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    Andaz Wall Street Hotel

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    4 Stars | The Andaz Wall Street belongs to the Hyatt Group and was completely renovated in 2012. The rooms are very clean, modernly furnished, have a rain shower and a very comfortable bed. It’s just a few minutes’ walk to the South Street Seaport and the Brooklyn Bridge.

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    Añejo

    Mexican Restaurant in Hell's Kitchen
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    Añejo is a classy yet fun and casual Mexican restaurant with modern small plates and innovative cocktails. This restaurant was created by the Top Chef season 7 contestant, Angelo Sosa. So, it’s no surprise Añejo is a culinary work of art and is even Michelin recommended for the best Mezcal bars in NYC. You must try the unique ‘Traviesa Montelobos’ with Mezcal, fresh grapefruit, lime, Fresno infused agave, Aperol, and spicy salt when visiting.  

    Each small plate is a flavorful culinary experience, but their top dishes include the tender and smoky ‘octopus plate’ and the ‘Drunken Lamb Barbacoa.’ These plates are modern but include elements of Mexican food that bring your taste buds for a ride. 

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    Angel's Share

    Bar in East Village
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    Angel’s Share is the name given to the proportion of whiskey that evaporates when the casks are stored. In this little bar in the East Village you can definitely get the best whiskey.

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    Ardesia Wine Bar

    Wine Bars in Hell's Kitchen
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    Ardesia Wine Bar is one of my favorite spots in Hells Kitchen: not only do you have a great selection of wines (aha), but also a stylish ambiance and really good food at the same time. Be sure to try the Garlic Shrimp Skewers and the Mozzarella & Bacon Sandwich!  

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    Balthazar

    French Restaurant in SoHo
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    The stylish restaurant serves traditional French cuisine. Outside the menu you can also choose from the seafood bar and the delicacies from the Balthazar Bakery. The breakfast is legendary and the home-baked bread is especially convincing. By the way, you can get a lot more of it in the adjacent bakery.

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    Bateaux Lunch Cruise

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    This boat tour with lunch on board the Bateaux New York will take you from the Hudson River to the East River, which means you will see all the major buildings of the NYC skyline. And of course, the Statue of Liberty is included! Since the atmosphere on the Bateaux Lunch cruise is a bit more formal, guests are asked to wear long pants and no shorts or hot pants or flip flops.

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    Bateaux New York 4th of July Fireworks Dinner Cruise

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    This is our favorite cruise that we did ourselves several times!

    Come aboard the Bateaux New York, a fully glass-enclosed, luxury dining cruise for your Fourth of July celebrations! A five-hour upscale dining cruise on the Hudson River includes a delicious three-course plated dinner with attentive table side service. Take in the panoramic, breathtaking views of the infamous New York City skyline and the Fireworks Display (weather permitting). Sit back, relax, enjoy your spectacular meal and the live acoustic quartet musical entertainment, and celebrate the United States of America!

    • Live Music
    • Dinner
    • Alcoholic Beverages
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    Bateaux New York Luxury Brunch Cruise

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    The boat tours with Bateaux New York are super-popular, especially the Dinner Cruise (which is also one of our favorites). In addition, there’s a Brunch Cruise that takes you from the Chelsea Piers on the Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty in two hours. Along the way, you’ll see many of New York’s famous landmarks; I always find the skyline impressive and beautiful. And because the Bateaux New York is made of a lot of glass, the view from everywhere is really good. 

    If you are looking for an elegant and luxurious brunch cruise, there is no way around the Bateaux Brunch Cruise: you can expect a brunch menu with a huge selection, there is live music, service on board and all non-alcoholic drinks are included in the price. 

    My conclusion: The Bateaux Brunch Cruise is one of the best brunch cruises in New York!

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    Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya

    Japanese Restaurant in Lower East Side
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    Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya is a Japanese-style tavern and a traditional sushi bar with a fine dining experience. This spot is all about bonding together at a fun place to drink with delicious food selections. From small plate options to family-style platters, Blue Ribbon has got you covered. The location of this Lower East Side restaurant is also beautiful and convenient if you want to jump right into the East Village. 

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    Boqueria

    Spanish Restaurant in SoHo
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    One of our highlights is the Boqueria in SoHo. We have walked past it 100 times and have not noticed it at all. Then it was recommended to us during a conversation and what can we say: it is really really good! We had to wait almost 30 minutes until we had two of the coveted seats. Both Tino and I would describe ourselves as Spain connoisseurs, so we were all the more surprised at HOW good the tapas were here. Took us right back to our summer vacations!

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    Brandy Library

    Bar in Tribeca
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    Even if the name suggests otherwise: the Brandy Library has a huge selection of even very rare whiskeys in its program, which will make the heart of every whiskey fan beat faster. More than 1,000 bottles are used as decoration, especially in the evening it looks like a library of high-proof drinks. What we found very exciting are their events where you can learn more about Bourbons, Cognacs etc. Conclusion: Super-atmospheric and a real highlight!

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    Brooklyn Bridge & DUMBO Walking Tour

    Walking Tour in Civic Center
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    Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and learn about the exciting and dramatic history of this world-famous New York City neighborhood, all while enjoying breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. On the other side of the Brooklyn Bridge you will discover DUMBO, a newly popular and up and coming part of Brooklyn. 

    Meeting point is 52 Chambers Street in front of the Tweed Courthouse.

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    Brooklyn Diner

    American Restaurant in Theatre District
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    Even if the name doesn’t suggest it, the diner is really close to Times Square! The Brooklyn Diner is a diner like it is in a book: both from the outside and the inside. Try the pastrami or the French toast.

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    Bryant Park Winter Village

    Christmas Market in Midtown Manhattan
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    Starting in October (and running through March), it is time once again for the best winter market in New York City to open its doors. The Winter Village in Bryant Park is not only the largest Christmas market in the city but also by far the nicest on account of its adjacent ice rink and places to shop and eat. This along with its amazing location among all the skyscrapers makes for an amazing Christmas experience. 

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    Carroll Place

    Italian Restaurant in Greenwich Village
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    Carroll Place on Bleecker Street has an exciting concept, as it’s both a gastropub and wine bar where you can enjoy Italian-inspired food. It’s one of our favorite spots when we go for brunch in New York. The atmosphere is relaxed, the vibe is always good and the food is delicious!

    Our favorites have been the pizza with truffles and the Pasta Vongole. The fact that the pizza oven is wood fired gives the pizzas a taste like a pizza should have! By the way, next time try the Carroll Place Burger with Gorgonzola. This one looked mega delicious too!

    My tip: if you want to go for brunch, be sure to reserve a table in advance!

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    Central Park

    Park in Midtown Manhattan
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    Central Park spans from Midtown Manhattan all the way up to Harlem. There are about 340 hectares of land and is a popular meeting place for New Yorkers. With about 35 million visitors per year, the man-made park is an attraction not only for tourists. New Yorkers love Central Park and its tranquility. Many events are held here such as the NYC Marathon. There are also tons of green spaces, walking lanes, and bike lanes. Central Park is home to Sheep’s Meadow, Bow Bridge, Bethesda Terrace, Central Park Zoo, and many other things as well.

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    Central Park in Winter

    Park in Midtown Manhattan
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    Central Park should not be missing from any Things to Do in New York in winter! The green lung of the city turns into a true winter wonderland during the cold season. It is therefore also a popular destination for New Yorkers. Stroll through the park under snow-covered trees and let yourself be enchanted by the play of lights on the frozen water surfaces in the evening.

    Walking through Central Park in the cold is magical! If there’s snow, it’s even more amazing.

    If you want to be more adventurous, start in Harlem and walk down Central Park towards Midtown. Too often we catch ourselves starting on Fifth Avenue at the Plaza Hotel in Central Park. There is so much more to explore than just that part of Central Park.

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    Champagne Brunch Sail Aboard The Classic Schooner Shearwater

    Cruise in Battery Park City
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    At the Champagne Brunch Sail you will start the day in a very relaxed way with the historic tall ship “Shearwater”. The two-ship is located in the probably most expensive marina in Manhattan in direct proximity of the One World Trade Center. You start directly at the Hudson River, from where you sail towards the harbour. From the Shearwater you can relax and admire the skyline – best with a glass of champagne in your hand!

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    Chelsea Market

    Food Market in Meatpacking District
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    The first address for the gourmets among you, is the Chelsea Market. The building that was once a biscuit factory and the place where the famous Oreo biscuits were invented. Today you will find bakeries, wine merchants, greengrocers, a fish shop, sushi bars, a butcher’s shop with steak restaurant and much more.

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    Chicago

    Broadway Show in Midtown Manhattan
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    Chicago is the hottest musical Broadway has ever seen in New York. The show at the Ambassador Theater offers a passionate mixture of love and lies, glory and vanity, fraud and betrayal, sex and crime – in addition there is excellent jazz and unique dance scenes in the lifestyle of the 1920s.

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    Chinatown and Little Italy Food Fest

    Walking Tour in Chinatown
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    Explore the flavors and traditions of  New York’s Chinatown and Little Italy during this exciting food tour. You’ll leave with a full stomach and lots of interesting information about the history and culture of these two neighborhoods.

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    Circle Line - Best of NYC Cruise

    Cruise in Midtown Manhattan
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    The Best of NYC Cruise takes you once around the whole island of Manhattan. This is a great way to explore the city from the water and see more than 25 of the top sights NYC has to offer. Because this is one of the most popular cruises make sure to book your tickets beforehand online to secure your spot.

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    Circle Line - Harbor Lights Night Cruise

    Cruise in Midtown Manhattan
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    The Harbor Lights Cruise by Cricle Line is an amazing way to see the NYC from the water. As the lights start to sparkle across the Hudson and East Rivers at dusk you see the beauty of the city at night from a whole different angle.

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    Circle Line - New York Landmarks Cruise

    Cruise in Midtown Manhattan
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    This Circle Line cruise will take you past NYC’s most famous attractions and landmarks. You will head past the Statue of Liberty, the One World Trade Center, the Empire State Building, Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, amd much much more. If you are looking to explore Manhattan from the water and learn some of the history of NYC at the same time, this is definitely the cruise for you. At a lenght of approximately 1.5 hours, this cruise will take you half way around the Island of Manhattan as well as once around the Statue of Liberty for the ultimate photo opportunity.

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    citizenM New York Bowery

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    4 Stars | The citizenM New York Bowery is my favorite hotel in this area, because it combines a lot of things I like: stylish, bright rooms, a sensational bar and even a rooftop bar with a fantastic view. 

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    City Pier A

    Pier in The Battery
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    City Pier A is a stop on the New York Water Taxi and is located at the southern tip of Manhattan in Battery Park.  From here you have a sensational view of the Statue of Liberty and the harbor of New York!

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    Classic Harbor Line: Architecture Yacht Cruise

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    The architecture boat tour takes you around Manhattan in 2.5 hours. On a 30 meter long wooden ship in the style of the 1920s you can relax and learn a lot of interesting facts about the many small and large buildings of the city. The tour is super-relaxing and the price includes a drink (vino, soft drinks) and small snacks.

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    Classic Harbor Line: Champagne City Lights Cruise

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    We had an amazing time onboard the luxurious 1920s inspired motor yacht. Combine sightseeing with a romantic evening and step onboard the 1920s inspired boat at Pier 62 (Chelsea Piers – W. 22nd and Hudson River). During the 90-minutes long tour, you’ll get to see iconic NYC sights along the water and most importantly breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. Especially in the summer, you can admire the most beautiful sunset during this special cruise. There is seating inside the yacht and outside seating as well.

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    Classic Harbor Line: Evening Jazz Cruise on the Yacht Manhattan

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    From one of our absolute favorite boat tours in New York there is also a Jazz Cruise. You are on board a luxury yacht in the style of the 1920s, which has a wonderful charm and is not to be compared with the big sightseeing ships. The jazz cruise starts at the Chelsea Piers and takes you along the Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty and the harbor of New York. On the way you can enjoy a wonderful view of the New York skyline and smooth jazz at the same time.

    And the best part? The first drink is included in the price of the Jazz Cruise!

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    Classic Harbor Line: Holiday Jazz Cruise Aboard Classic Motor Yacht

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    This Holiday Jazz Cruise aboard a 1920’s style luxury yacht is one of my absolute favorite tours in New York. The ship has a wonderful charm and cannot be compared to the big sightseeing ships. Holiday Jazz Cruise starts at the Chelsea Piers and takes you along the Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty and the harbor of New York. On the way you can enjoy a wonderful view of the New York skyline and smooth jazz at the same time.

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    Classic Harbor Line: Sunset Sail

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    See the spectacular New York City sunset from the water aboard a beautiful 80-foot sailing ship. Sail past the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and Battery Park, and enjoy a unique view of the iconic skyline with a complimentary glass of champagne.

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    Clipper City Tall Ship Sunset Sail

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    This cruise on the Clipper City Tall Ship Sailing Boat will give you some amazing views of the New York City skyline, the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Ellis Island and much more. Cruising over the waters surrounding NYC on this historic sailing ship is definitely an amazing experience you wont regret being a part of.

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    cloudM New York Bowery

    Rooftop Bar in Lower East Side
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    For me, the cloudM Rooftop Bar is one of the most beautiful rooftop bars not only in the Lower East Side, but in all of New York. It is located on the roof of the citizenM New York Bowery Hotel and offers everything that makes a good rooftop bar: a great view, beautiful design and relaxed atmosphere.

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    Connolly's Pub & Restaurant

    Bar in Midtown Manhattan
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    The bar Connolly’s Pub and Restaurant is an Irish pub like it is in the book and is for me one of the best pubs in New York. A huge, rustic bar, lots of colourful taps and tons of good whiskey immediately attract attention. The kitchen is also excellent. The burgers are a blast!

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    Courtyard by Marriott New York Downtown Manhattan

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    3 Sterne | Eine weitere Empfehlung der besten Hotels am One World Observatory ist das Courtyard by Marriott Hotel. Das sehr chice Courtyard by Marriott New York hat ein Restaurant, eine Bar und auch kostenfreies WLAN in allen Bereichen. Nur genau 322 m vom World Trade Center entfernt, könnte man kaum näher am höchsten Gebäude der Stadt übernachten, oder? Jedes Zimmer in diesem Hotel ist klimatisiert und mit einem Flachbild-Kabel-TV ausgestattet.

    Das Frühstück könnt ihr sogar mit Aussicht auf das One World Trade Center genießen. Ebenfalls hat dieses Hotel am One World Trade Center ein Fitnessstudio, welches ihr auf eurer Reise nutzen könnt.

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    Dante NYC

    Bar in Greenwich Village
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    When it comes to the best Negroni in town, there is hardly a way around Dante NYC. They are an institution in New York and have been serving their Negroni since 1915 (it’s an Italian restaurant with a small bar). You find it at the corner of Greenwich Village, SoHo and Hudson Square – here we are super-often when we are on the road in New York.

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    Dear Irving on Hudson

    Bar in Hell's Kitchen
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    The bar Dear Irving on Hudson is a real insider tip. Located very close to Times Square, you can look down on Manhattan‘s “urban canyons” from here and be relatively undisturbed. The bar is small and cozy and not yet as crowded as many others in the neighborhood. The cocktail menu is not that big, but the cocktails are really good. 

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    Drift In

    Sea Food Restaurant in West Village
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    The Drift In is one of my latest new discoveries in New York: it’s located right on the Hudson River promenade in the West Village. They serve oysters and the best lobster roll in town – no wonder, the team behind the Drift In is the same as at my beloved PILOT Brooklyn and GRAND BANKs. Just great!

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    Ear Inn

    Bar in Hudson Square
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    The bar is an institution in the city (not only because of the legendary cheeseburger) and has been located on Spring Street for 200 years. By the way: If you pay attention to the neon sign, you will see that it used to say “Bar” instead of “Ear”.

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    Eataly

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    In 2010, Eataly was opened in New York by master chef Mario Batali. The pizza is very remeniscent of pizza and the wine selection is huge. You will also find a large selection of ecellent pasta, salads, and sandwiches. In terms of price, it has to be said in advance that a pizza starts at $15 and can cost $25. Nevertheless, this Italian food market is for me one of the most beautiful and best in the city!

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    Eden Gallery Midtown

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    Eden Gallery SoHo

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    Electric Lemon

    Rooftop Bar in Hudson Yards
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    On the 24th floor of the Equinox Hotel in the Hudson Yards you will find the rooftop bar Electric Lemon – I myself have been here several times and am thrilled every time. The atmosphere here is very special and the view over the Hudson River at sunset is amazing.

    The first area of the Electric Lemon Rooftop Bar consists of several lounge furniture and tables, then you will immediately notice the stylish outdoor bar and glass fireplace (and the view of The Vessel), which really comes into its own in the evening. Add to that a huge wire sculpture and a water basin – really nice!

    The larger area with lots of comfy lounge chairs is the part where you probably spend the most time. Especially if you’ve been out on the High Line, the Electric Lemon Rooftop Bar is a really nice spot to relax. They make you pay for it, too: Cocktails cost $19.

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    Empire Diner

    American Restaurant in Chelsea
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    This American Diner in Chelsea is an icon of NYC – you can’t miss it, because a beautiful graffiti decorates the building. And it is only a few meters away from the High Line!

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    Employees Only

    Bar in Meatpacking District
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    A bar where you can dive into the 20s and 30s of New York. The Speakeasy Bar was voted into the TOP 20 of the best bars in the world – the drinks are of the finest. Attention, the entrance is a bit hidden: you’ll find it next to the neon “Psychic” sign.

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    Equinox Hotel

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    5 Stars | The Equinox Hotel at Hudson Yards is one of the newest and most trendy hotels in New York, and we were lucky enough to stay there for two days. The highlight (apart from the hotel itself) is the rooftop bar and lounge overlooking the Hudson River. Spectacular. 

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    Fools Gold NYC

    Bar in Lower East Side
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    One of the best bars in New York, also known for good burgers. The bar is an absolute MUST-SEE! The burgers are really sensational and they offer really good local beers.

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    Free Summer Movies

    Other Events in Midtown Manhattan
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    Though the name tends to fool some people, the Free Summer Movies festival generally begins at the end of the spring each year, more specifically in May. It’s hosted by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation and really raises the bar for other cities hosting films in their parks. 

    The screen films will vary and cover every genre, from comedy to horror. Look for movie nights in parks around Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Manhattan

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    Gasoline Alley Coffee

    Café in NoHo
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    Gasoline Alley Coffee is a very small coffee shop very close to Bleecker Street. It’s one of my absolute favorites in all of NYC because it’s super-stylish, the crew is always friendly, and the espresso is perfect.

    Locals also call this area “Gasoline Alley”. That’s how the café got its name. Meanwhile, there is also in the Meatpacking District not far from the Chelsea Market and the High Line.

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    Gayle's Broadway Rose

    American Restaurant in Midtown Manhattan
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    Gayle’s Broadway Rose features singing waiters and waitresses that will sing classic and modern Broadway hits to you while you indulge yourself in a delicious and fancy-looking milkshake.

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    Gelso & Grand

    Italian Restaurant in Little Italy
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    The Gelso & Grand is a successful mix of a restaurant (with excellent pizza), a bar and a small outdoor area. It is not only super stylishly furnished, but also has typically Italian good espresso. The audience is colourful: from families with children to couples and business espresso guests.

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    Graduate Roosevelt Island

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    4 stars | Located directly on Roosevelt Island is one of New York’s newest and most stylish hotels. The Graduate Roosevelt Island offers a view of the Manhattan skyline. The hotel has a really good hotel bar and rooftop bar, so you can enjoy the view while sipping on a cocktail. 

    Each room has floor to ceiling windows and a number of amenities to offer. It’s really nicely furnished and connected to Queens and Manhattan by the Roosevelt Island Tramway and Subway.

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    Grand Banks

    Sea Food Restaurant in Tribeca
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    Water, a great view of Manhattan and a great atmosphere – the location is simply the best. You are sitting on a historic ship called F/V Sherman Zwicker on the Hudson River and can enjoy New York from the water when the weather is fine. The place also serves great drinks and seafood.

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    Grand Palisades Fall Foliage Yacht Tour

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    On this tour you are on board the Manhattan, a beautiful boat in the style of the yachts of the 1920s. Lots of wood and glass await you and you can either enjoy the view of the colorful autumn leaves in the heated salon or go out on the outside deck.

    The cruise starts at Chelsea Piers, not far from Hudson Yards. Afterwards, you can relax and cruise north along the Hudson River. On the way you can enjoy the view of the New York skyline and the ride under the George Washington Bridge.

    On your left and right you will see the forested banks of the Hudson River.You will be surprised how many colorful autumn leaves you will see.  And the best part? The price of the 2.25-hour cruise even includes a free drink!

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    Guggenheim Museum

    Museum in Upper East Side
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    First off, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is an architectural masterpiece. Second, but most importantly, it is the permanent home of a large collection of art named after its founder. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright the bizarrely shaped building is one of the most famous in NYC. Not only is the outside spectacular, but it is constantly expanding its permanent collection. Also, many special exhibitions are showcased here throughout the years. It is definitely worth a visit!

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    Hamilton Musical Walking Tour

    Walking Tour in Financial District
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    Did you know that Alexander Hamilton spent most of his life in New York? He is the main character in the musical “Hamilton”, which is one of the most successful shows on Broadway (it won 16 Tony Awards!). This Walking Tour will take you to the most important stages of his life and show you which spots have made an impact on the story. 

    Highlights of the Walking Tour include many important historical sites such as Thomas Jefferson’s home, Kings College and Trinity Church. It’s the perfect tour for anyone looking to get in the mood for an evening on Broadway – and for all fans of the musical “Hamilton.”

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    Harry Potter Store

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    Harry Potter fans listen up! The opening of the Harry Potter store in New York’s Flatiron District was celebrated with a huge media hype. Taste the famous butter beer, fly through London with Hagrid, or solve the mystery of how to reach Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry after all (these are virtual reality tours).

    The Harry Potter Store has been designed with a lot of attention to detail and should therefore definitely be on your itinerary if you are as fascinated by the stories of Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley as I am! 

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    High Line

    Park in Meatpacking District
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    There are few parks as unique as the High Line. The elevated freight rail line was repurposed as a public green space that opened in 2009 and now offers amazing views of the city, as well as a place to relax and unwind. Its plant life is based directly off what was growing there while it was abandoned, giving this park a unique and interesting atmosphere! The High Line stretches from The Meatpacking District all the way to Hudson Yards-34th Street.

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    High Line and Chelsea Small Group Tour

    Walking Tour in Chelsea
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    This is the most popular walking tour along the High Line, starting in the Meatpacking District at the Whitney Museum, running through Chelsea and ending at Hudson Yards. The High Line is my personal favorite park in NYC and always worth a visit. I find the High Line and Chelsea Small Group Tour really exciting because you get told the history and significance to New York. Your guide will tell you many secrets that the High Line, the Chelsea Market and the Meatpacking District has to offer.

    For me personally, this tour is one of the best walking tours in NYC ever, because you see a lot of the old and the new New York City. That’s what makes this district so interesting for me!

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    High Line Park and Greenwich Village Food Tour

    Walking Tour in Hudson Yards
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    This walking tour through Greenwich Village and Chelsea is one of the best food tours New York City has to offer! Because in this part of the city there are many wonderful little food spots that you must discover. 

    In addition, you will learn many exciting anecdotes about the High Line, which connects the Hudson Yards with the Meatpacking District. This former elevated railway line was saved from demolition due to an initiative and is now one of the most popular sights in New York. All the more reason to book this awesome walking tour!

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    High Line, Chelsea & Meatpacking Tour

    Walking Tour in Chelsea
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    Go on a fun adventure in New York’s only park above street level- the Highline. Experience the Chelsea neighborhood from a whole new vantage point and find out more about the history of the famous Meatpacking District including how it developed into one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the world.

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    Honorable William Wall

    Cruise in Lower Manhattan
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    The Honorable William Wall, affectionately called “Willy Wall”, is the floating clubhouse of the Manhattan Yacht Club. The clubhouse is anchored in New York Harbor north of Ellis Island from May to October. What is so special about it? It’s definitely an insider’s spot, which not only gives you a great view of Ellis Island and of course the Statue of Liberty – you can also enjoy the sunset from here.

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    Hotel Chantelle

    Rooftop Restaurant in Lower East Side
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    Hotel Chantelle is a 3-level bar where the music is surely to make you move. In the basement you’ll typically find a crowded and dimly lit dance floor where everyone is there to have fun. The second floor is another dance floor filled with people and private tables for those with big groups of people. The third floor is a little calmer. Here you’ll find another bar that’s filled with couches to lounge on. 

    We recommend getting to the Hotel Chantelle before 11pm to avoid long lines.

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    Hudson Clearwater

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    This beautiful little restaurant has everything I like: it is cozy, beautifully decorated, the food is delicious and in summer you can sit together romantically in a small courtyard!

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    Hudson River Fall Foliage Afternoon Sail

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    If you’re looking for a relaxing boat tour where you can experience fall in New York in a very special way, check out this 3.5-hour sailing tour.

    You’ll be aboard the Schooner Adirondack or Schooner America 2.0, which depart from Pier 62 at Chelsea Piers. It’s a leisurely sail from here toward the George Washington Bridge and the famous “Palisades” rock formations. Your destination? The Hudson Valley! 

    On this autumnal sailing cruise you can enjoy the beautiful fall colors and just have a good time on board. I love sailing tours because it feels like a vacation on vacation to me. And in the fall, this one is one of my absolute favorites!

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    Industry Kitchen

    American Restaurant in Financial District
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    The restaurant offers typical American cuisine with modern influences. Fresh ingredients form the basis for the dishes. Salads, pizza and freshly grilled meat combined with first-class wines make a visit to the Industry Kitchen highly recommended. Beer lovers and cocktail fans will get their money’s worth here, because the selection is great.

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    Jack Shainman Gallery

    Gallery in Chelsea
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    Contemporary works by African, Asian & North American artists are exhibited at this Chelsea gallery. Jack Shaiman is committed to cultural diversity, championing artists from around the world, in particular, artists from Africa, East Asia, and North America. 

    As an important member of the international art scene, Shainman backs major artists like Nick Cave and Kerry James Marshall as well as up and comers Paul Anthony Smith, not only exhibiting in the gallery and at fairs, but securing museum exhibitions and publishing scholarly essays as well (513 W 20th Street).

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    Jun-Men Ramen Bar

    Asian Restaurant in Chelsea
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    The Jun-Men is one of the best restaurants for ramen in the city. By the way, Jun-Men means “noodles, straight up”. The secret of a really good ramen dish is the broth, which is sometimes reduced for hours and in the end is really “concentrated” and delicious. Absolutely sensational and once you have tasted it, you will understand why we rave about it so much.

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    La Mela

    Italian Restaurant in Little Italy
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    A good address if you want to go out for dinner in a relatively relaxed atmosphere. The food comes from the hands of a real Italian family. The mussels are highly recommended.

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    La Pecora Bianca

    Italian Restaurant in Flatiron District
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    La Pecora Bianca, which translates to “The White Sheep” in Italian is a restaurant that focuses on farm-to-table dishes. Their ingredients are locally sourced letting them “shine”.

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    La Pecora Bianca

    Italian Restaurant in Midtown Manhattan
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    La Pecora Bianca, which translates to “The White Sheep” in Italian is a restaurant that focuses on farm-to-table dishes. Their ingredients are locally sourced letting them “shine”.

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    Lafayette Grand Café & Bakery

    French Restaurant in NoHo
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    Never leave NoHo without stopping by Lafayette Grand Bakery. Great vibes, authentic French scenery, plus amazing food will amaze you for sure. Lafayette is an everyday French restaurant bringing the spirit of French dining to the NoHo neighborhood. They are open in the morning, noon and night, so you can join them either for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

    My favorite dishes (it’s very hard to only mention one) are the lemon pancakes, the chicken salad, and the egg sandwich. Oh, and their fruit tarts are very delicious as well.

    Other than Lafayette Grand Bakery there are many other smaller coffee shops and bakeries in the area. Just by simply exploring the neighborhood, you will come across a few. Walk-in, join the locals and take a break from sightseeing. NoHo is the perfect place to do so.

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    Little Prince

    French Restaurant in SoHo
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    For the first time we noticed the French restaurant in summer: the windows can be opened completely and because it is so small, you have a window seat & table all to yourself, so to speak. Super-romantic and that’s why it immediately landed on our list of the most romantic restaurants in NYC.

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    Lombardi's Pizza

    Italian Restaurant in Nolita
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    Lombardi’s is a pizza restaurant in Nolita and prides itself in being the first pizzeria in the United States. Here you can eat really well and enjoy a welcoming Italian atmosphere. Also make sure to try the Meatballs!

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    Los Tacos No. 1

    Mexican Restaurant in Theatre District
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    Los Tacos No. 1 in Times Square is rightly very popular: in the “standing snack bar” everything revolves around tacos & quesadillas. Wonderfully traditional, cheap and really delicious. What’s special about it? The handmade tacos taste like in Mexico, because instead of wheat flour (as it is unfortunately often done for cost reasons) real corn flour is used for production. My tip: Take the tacos with grilled cactus!

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    Lunch Cruise Around Manhattan

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    The Lunch Cruise Around Manhattan is the only boat tour that takes you completely around the island of Manhattan. You will pass under more than 20 bridges and see all the important buildings that form the skyline of New York.

    The ship is the Manhattan, which was built in the style of the yachts of the 1920s. You’ll feel right at home on board! On the Lunch Cruise Around Manhattan you can look forward to a 4-course lunch with fresh fruit, frittata, bagels with cream cheese, croissants and much more!

    By the way, this lunch cruise is perfect for families!

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    Luxury Dinner Cruise

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    The Bateaux New York boat trip is an absolute highlight. First we start from the Chelsea Piers in the direction of the George Washington Bridge – the skyline offers the perfect scenery for great pictures. During the trip you can move freely on the ship, take pictures or just admire the view while having a glass of wine. The live band plays all known songs about New York. The dinner à la carte is included in the price and worth every cent.

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    Madison Square Park

    Park in Flatiron District
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    Located right next to the Flatiron Building, Madison Square Park (opened in 1847) is a popular green oasis in the Flatiron District. The park extends along 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue from 23rd Street and 26th Street. Especially during lunchtime, many New Yorkers use the park for their lunch break.

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    Manhatta

    French Restaurant in Financial District
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    The restaurant Manhatta is one of the best restaurants in town and is perfect if you are looking for a restaurant for a special occasion. Not only is the food here at the highest level – so are you! Located on the 60th floor, it offers you a magnificent view of the city!

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    Manhattan Holiday Yacht Cruise with Jazz, Cocoa & Carols

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    Make yourself comfortable on the old yacht from the 1920s and get into the Christmas mood during the Cocoa & Carols Holiday Cruise. This boat tour at Christmas time is one of my absolute favourites. It starts from Pier 62 (Chelsea Piers) on a beautifully decorated yacht. On the way through New York Harbor and the Hudson River, breathtaking views of the New York skyline, the One World Trade Center, Governors Island, the Brooklyn Bridge and of course the Statue of Liberty are guaranteed.

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    Manhattan Scenic Helicopter Tour

    Helicopter Tour in Financial District
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    The Manhattan Scenic Helicopter Tour takes you on an aerial tour over Manhattan and its many attractions. You wont forget the view of NYC from above or the feeling of flying high above the skyscrapers any time soon. Especially for those of you who like taking photos, this is a guaranteed way to secure some amazing shots of the NYC skyline.

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    Manhattan Sky Tour

    Helicopter Tour in Financial District
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    The Manhattan Sky Tour is the perfect helicopter ride for first time visitors to NYC! Seeing the skyscrapers and streets of Manhattan from above is an experience that you will will definitly not be forgetting any time soon. Seeing NYC’s main attractions from the sky gives you a completely different perspective and provides you with the chance of taking some amazing and unique photos of the concrete jungle below you.

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    Mayamezcal

    Bar in East Village
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    The number one spot on this list of best tequila and mezcal bars in NYC definitely goes to the initially unassuming Mayamezcal. This Mexican cocktail bar is famous for having the highest quality ingredients in everything from handmade syrups to freshly squeezed juices. The ‘Bunny Be Good’ is one of their most interesting on the rocks cocktails made with tequila, homemade carrot liquor, lemon juice, and club soda. The cocktail is made entirely from the finest ingredients, including soda from bottles instead of a tap, making the drink exceptionally refreshing. 

    Aside from serving quality crafted cocktails, Mayamezcal also serves unique and creative dishes that highlight Mexican cuisine. The most popular, must-try dish is the carne asada, a grilled angus skirt steak with an assortment of roasted peppers, onions, and steakhouse fries. 

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    McSorley's Old Ale House

    Bar in East Village
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    McSorley’s Old Ale House is a true legend. The pub is the oldest in town (opened in 1854) and best of all, not much has changed since then. Old wooden floors covered with sawdust, old newspaper articles and a bartender like from a Hollywood movie make McSorley’s a very relaxed place.

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    Metropolitan Museum of Art (The MET)

    Museum in Upper East Side
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    A visit to the Metropolitan Museum in New York (The MET) is more than just an ordinary visit to an art museum. With more than 2 million artworks that span from more than 5,000 years, visitors will soon realize this institution is very special. Exhibits are spread out over 2,000,000 square feet of floor space. That makes it the largest art museum in the United States. The museum is a must-visit and is perfect for families with kids. The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents the best of art history from around the world.

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    Móle

    Mexican Restaurant in West Village
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    Looking for a large variety of tequilas to try? Móle is known for having over 125 different types of tequilas, all made with 100% blue agave. Although they serve many of the classics, the house special drinks include ‘El Diablo’ and ‘El Vampiro,’ two spicy cocktails with Don Reyes Tequila. 

    Móle is also, of course, famous for its móle, which is imported from Mexico. The móle is handmade by Doña Emelia for complete authenticity and then used to enhance the flavor of the dishes. The chicken ‘enchiladas de mole poblanos’ are absolutely amazing and the best item on the menu.

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    Moxy NYC East Village

    Hotels & Accommodations in East Village
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    4 Stars | Such a stylish hotel! The Moxy NYC in the East Village is the sister hotel of the Moxy Chelsea NYC and is a boutique hotel at its best. The interior is a blast, the people super nice and the location top-notch. Can highly recommend!

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    Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

    Museum in Midtown Manhattan
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    The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) was founded in 1929 and was the first museum that completely focused its collection on modern art. The huge museum went through an impressive renovation and reopened in 2004 by architect, Yoshio Taniguchi. Then in MoMa went through another round of renovations and reopened in October of 2019. It is definitely one of the most impressive museums in NYC. It’s one of the largest and most influential museums with its collection of modern art.

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    Nancy Whiskey Pub

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    Everything in “Nancy Whiskey Pub” seems to be from another time – the bar, the furniture, the glasses – just everything. In the small bar you can choose from a small selection of whiskeys in addition to the classic beers – and relax among locals while looking at the One World Trade Center.

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    New York Art Center

    Gallery in Tribeca
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    In light of the decline of retail and the rise of digital advertising, the New York Art Center is painting a new art scene in TriBeCa, combining the two with an innovative approach: a rotating, in-person gallery meets an app to purchase original artworks from artists all over the world.

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    New York City Cocoa & Carols Holiday Cruise

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    Why not spending time on a Christmas Holiday Cruise during Christmas in New York? Both locals and NYC visitors love the amazing Christmas Cruises New York City has to offer.

    My favorite holiday cruise is the New York City Cocoa and Carols Holiday Cruise. The Jazz Band on board is fun and so talented which makes the New York City Cocoa and Carols Holiday Cruise even more entertaining. Relax in the heated main observation cabin, join in the caroling, and admire the city through the glassed-in observatory on the 1920s style yacht.

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    New York City Fall Foliage Brunch Cruise

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    The New York City Fall Foliage Brunch Cruise is one of the best boat tours you can take in New York in the fall. You’ll see an incredible amount of nature as you make your way up the Hudson River – that was something that really surprised me personally. On top of that, this Fall Foliage Brunch Cruise takes place on a very beautiful 1920’s style ship. The atmosphere is really great!

    The ship takes you from Pier 62 towards Palisades Park and the George Washington Bridge. You will pass the last part of Manhattan on your right with the Upper West Side and Harlem and go under the impressive George Washington Bridge, the only bridge that connects the state of New Jersey with the state of New York. And on your left you will be able to admire Palisades Park in New Jersey. 

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    New York City Helicopter Tour and Luxury VIP SUV Transfer

    Helicopter Tour in Financial District
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    Are you looking for a very special helicopter flight over New York? Then check out this combination of helicopter flight and VIP transfer! You will be picked up from your hotel in a luxury SUV and driven to the downtown Manhattan heliport. You can choose from several helicopter flights – from 15 to 30 minutes. 

    After your helicopter tour, you will be driven back from the heliport to your hotel. It doesn’t get any better than this!

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    New York City Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour

    Walking Tour in Financial District
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    Learn more about the dramatic history of slavery and its connection to the New York subway. Listen to the stories of those New Yorkers who risked their lives and property to help others escape. During this Walking Tour you will gollow the NYC Freedom Trail, and learn how a group of brave men and women forged the network that became the Underground Railroad. View the former city stations that were included on the Underground Railroad, and discover how New Yorkers risked their lives to help people escape slavery.

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    New York Harbor Evening Sail with Live Jazz

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    You will sail with the beautiful tall ship “Clipper City” from Battery Park southwards into the harbor of New York and can admire the illuminated One World Trade Center and the skyline from close range. The atmosphere on the tall ship is really very special: you are surrounded by locals, the hustle and bustle of the city is far away and you are immediately deeply relaxed.

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    New York Knicks

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    Die Knicks sind eines der bekanntesten Basketball-Teams der NBA. Daher solltet ihr unbedingt ein Spiel der New York Knicks ansehen. Basketball zählt zu den vier großen und wichtigen Sportarten in den USA und ist fester Bestandteil der Sport-DNA. Ihr werdet viele begeisterte Knicks-Anhänger finden und spätestens nach dem Spiel verstehen, warum Basketball solch eine Anziehungskraft hat!

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    New York Rangers

    Sport Events in Midtown Manhattan
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    The atmosphere at a Rangers game is unparalleled and home games are played in the heart of Manhattan, at the most prestigious arena, Madison Square Garden. Ice hockey has some of the most loyal fans of all the sports categories, and you will notice that right away at a Rangers game. It’s intense and it’s a spectacle that is not to be missed!

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    New York Sailboat Cruise with Wine and Cheese

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    Once a week on Sunday afternoon from June – Oktober you can discover Manhattans skyline and its surrounding waters from a sailboat. The sailboat built in 1929 will take you around Manhattan, offering you spectacular views of the city and a wine tasting once you get on board. We highly recommend this experience, it is a truly special way to spend an afternoon in NYC!

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    New York: Central Park Movie Sites Walking Tour

    Walking Tour in Midtown Manhattan
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    On the tour she passes countless locations of TV series and movies: feeds the pigeons like Macaulay Culkin in Allein zu Haus 2, takes pictures in front of the Wollman Rink, as seen in Serendipity, and visits the Boathouse Café, where Harry and Sally have already sat. Also on the tour are locations from comedies such as Date Night – Gangster for a Night, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Gossip Girl, Ghostbusters and more.

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    Night Bus Tour

    Bus Tour in Midtown Manhattan
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    The night tours by bus are quite unique, because you can experience the “city that never sleeps” at night. New York at night is really cool, everything lights up and looks completely different than during the day. This tour is narrated by a guide and takes you to the best sights and attractions of the area. You will pass Times Square and many other iconic places at night.

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    NoMad Bar

    Bar in Midtown Manhattan
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    There’s only one burger on the menu, and it’s got it. Super tasty fries, fantastic meat and all this with a great view down to the bar. To get into the NoMad Bar you have to sneak behind a curtain as you cross through the restaurant dining room. So it’s almost a speakeasy bar that made it on our list of the most beautiful bars in NYC.

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    NYC Broadway Week

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    Broadway Week is a bi-annual theater celebration offering discounted Broadway tickets since 2011. For every ticket you purchase, you get another one for FREE! Even though it is called Broadway Week, it actually lasts much longer than 7 days.

    Broadway Week is celebrated in New York twice a year: every winter and every summer. The next NYC Broadway Week will take place in the summer, typically in September. Once the exact dates are published, we will be sure to let you know. Sometimes, Broadway Week takes place at the same time as Restaurant Week and is typically followed by Off-Broadway Week about one week later.

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    NYC Lower East Side Food and Culture Small-Group Tour

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    This is a really unique walking tour in NYC that will introduce you to the wonderful Lower East Side. The Lower East Side Food and Culture Tour shows you the many lovely little delis, Jewish specialties, bakeries and everything that makes up the soul of the city. 

    You’ll visit places that are an important part of the community, having operated in the same spot for generations. You’ll get a glimpse of authentic life and become part of the real New York. 

    With nearly 500 positive reviews, it’s the most popular walking tour in New York of them all!

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    NYC Lower East Side Walking and Food Tour

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    The Lower East Side is still an absolute insider tip among the neighborhoods of New York City and a part of Lower Manhattan that I love to visit. There are countless authentic bars and delis, some of which have been family-owned for more than 100 years and are thus an important part of the community.  

    The NYC Lower East Side Walking and Food Tour deals exactly with these small spots and stores and is therefore a TOP Thing to do for foodies!

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    NYC New Year's Eve Luxury Bateaux Dinner Cruise

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    If you want to celebrate a truly beautiful New Year’s Eve in New York on a boat cruise with dinner, there’s no way around our beloved NYC New Year’s Eve Luxury Bateaux Dinner Cruise. 

    There are two things at once that make this New Year’s Eve boat cruise special: first and foremost, of course, the ship itself. Its large windows give you a sensational view of the New York skyline. And in addition to that, the atmosphere on board is very nice: elegant, classy and yet relaxed. 

    You can expect a first-class dinner menu, the bar is very well equipped and the bartenders are very attentive and helpful. On time for the countdown, best with a glass of champagne in hand, you start into the New Year 2022 in New York. It doesn’t get any better than this!

    We have done many of the Bateaux boat tours ourselves and have never been disappointed. Therefore, the NYC New Year’s Eve Luxury Bateaux Dinner Cruise is my absolute recommendation for you!

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    NYC Private Walking Tour

    Walking Tour in Theatre District
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    If you are traveling as a family or small group and already know exactly what you want to see in New York City, then this private walking tour with Oli is a great option. Here you can let a New York guide show you the best parts of the city and sights from a local’s point of view. You can decide individually which attractions you want to see, because together with Oli you can build your perfect itinerary!

    As a bonus, you can even be picked up directly from your hotel, so that the sightseeing program starts directly from your accommodation. And the best part? I personally know Oliver and can only recommend him to you: he loves New York and you will notice that 200% during your tour with him!

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    NYE Fireworks Cruise

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    This New Year’s Eve Fireworks Cruise in NYC offers a limited amount of tickets making sure that the experience is exclusive for those who want to celebrate in style and comfort. Throughout the evening, enjoy a large selection of hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, live Jazz music and stunning views of the New York City skyline. The cruise departs from Pier 62.

    • Boarding: 9 pm
    • Departure: 10 pm sharp
    • Return: roughly 1:30 am

    What you’ll get:

    • beer & wine
    • hors d’oeuvres & desserts
    • a glass of champagne at midnight
    • an amazing view of the fireworks
    • live Jazz music

    Good to know:

    • Passengers must be at least 21 years of age and present an ID upon boarding
    • There is no particular dress code, but you should dress neatly
    • Print or mobile tickets are available
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    One World Observatory

    Building in Financial District
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    The One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere meaning that is the ultimate place for an observation deck. The One World Observatory offers amazing views over the whole of Manhattan, the Hudson and East Rivers and of course the Statue of Liberty. As one of NYC’s newest attractions the modern building and its observation deck have many amazing features that make this well worth the visit!

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    Pastrami Queen

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    Besides the Katz’s delicatessen, the Pastrami Queen is one of our favourite pastrami shops. The sandwiches are kosher, incredibly tasty and really thickly topped. The shop has remained unchanged for almost 30 years and stands for very good dishes.

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    Pier A Harbor House

    Sea Food Restaurant in The Battery
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    The Pier A Harbor House extends over two levels and also offers a large outdoor area. The restaurant area has been completely restored and shines in new splendor. On the second floor you will also find the cocktail bar. Here you will find seafood dishes, sandwiches and tacos on the menu. Prices range from about $15 to $25 and cocktails cost about $12 to $15. Happy Hour is from Monday to Friday from 15.00 to 19.00.

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    Proletariat

    Bar in East Village
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    A small bar that sprays with atmosphere and individuality. Altogether only 20 people fit in, because the bar consists of 2 small tables and a long bar counter. On a small blackboard is written with chalk, which kinds of beer are available today, where they come from and what makes them special.

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    PUBLIC Hotel

    Hotels & Accommodations in Lower East Side
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    4 stars | PUBLIC Hotel is one of the newest and, in my opinion, most beautiful hotels in New York. It is located in the Lower East Side neighborhood, right on the corner of Nolita and the East Village, and thus has many trendy bars and restaurants to offer.

    The ambience in the PUBLIC Hotel is really nice: harmonious colors, stylish interior and many plants create a very relaxed atmosphere. The hotel’s restaurant and bar are amazing and you can end the evening in the rooftop bar.

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    Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour

    Walking Tour in Midtown Manhattan
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    The Stage Door tour is great for everyone who is interested in theatre and the entertaining arts. Find out everything about the Rockettes and their history as well as a lot of behind the scenes information about the Radio City Music Hall.

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    Red Rooster

    American Restaurant in Harlem & Washington Heights
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    The Red Rooster is an absolute institution and an integral part of the Harlem community. Located near the famous Apollo Theatre, the restaurant named after the legendary Harlem Speakeasy was located at 138th Street and 7th Avenue. This pleasant, colourful atmosphere was to be revived with the Red Rooster – and it really succeeded in creating a great atmosphere. The place does not only offer soul food but also cooking classes and live music.

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    Refinery Rooftop

    Rooftop Bar in Midtown Manhattan
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    A very small rooftop bar very close to Bryant Park with a nice view of the Empire State Building is the Refinery Rooftop from the Refinery Hotel. This two-story rooftop bar in Midtown isn’t particularly large, but it certainly has its appeal due to the combination of location and quality of the cocktails. 

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    Residence Inn by Marriott New York Manhattan-Central Park

    Hotels & Accommodations in Midtown Manhattan
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    4 stars | You can’t miss the Residence Inn at Central Park, it is one of the highest buildings in this area. The view from here is beautiful! You can overlook the entire Central Park (in some rooms even from the bathtub), Times Square is not far away and the interior is beautiful. Definitely a hotel tip if you are looking for a hotel in this area!

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    Rockefeller Tree Lighting Ceremony

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    The Christmas Tree in New York at Rockefeller Center is probably the most famous Christmas tree in the city. The illumination of this tree is celebrated at the Christmas Tree Lighting in New York. After the official opening, the Christmas season in New York officially begins!

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    Rubirosa

    Italian Restaurant in Nolita
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    Already from the outside the restaurant looks like a typical Italian restaurant. You will feel completely at home: there are great red wines, the atmosphere is pleasant and you are definitely among locals. The Rubirosa is one of the most popular Italian restaurants in town, because the food is fantastic. The pasta and also the starters (for example grilled calamari) remind you of Italy – not to mention the pizza.

    If you are looking for a late afternoon glass of wine with some snacks or a quality evening meal this is definitely a good choice. There is also a pizza hour, where – you guessed it – they sell 2 pizzas for $16! 

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    Saturdays NYC Crosby St

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    It’s a surf shop that serves coffee but also has some really great men’s pieces. The silhouettes and cuts on the clothes are great and the price point isn’t too bad. We would compare the prices to J. Crew. Also, on a nice beautiful day (or a cold snowy day, depends on what you think is nice), the back of the store has outdoor seating so you can enjoy the weather. 

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    Shelburne Hotel & Suites by Affinia

    Hotels & Accommodations in Murray Hill
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    4 stars | The Shelburne Hotel & Suites by Affinia is located in Murray Hill between 37th and 38th Street and is one of my personal recommendation. We ourselves have stayed at this hotel several times …

    It is very close to attractions like the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. The shopping street 5th Avenue, Park Avenue, as well as the Gand Central Station and Times Square are also within walking distance. Our room had a view of the Empire – absolutely brilliant!

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    Skyline Brunch Cruise Around Manhattan

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    This brunch cruise is one of the most beautiful boat tours in New York. You sit aboard a 1920s-style ship with lots of wood and even more glass. The provider has several wonderful boat tours in the program, of which we have already tried four (and all were great!).

    Start at Pier 62 at Chelsea Piers – this is where you board. First you start towards the George Washington Bridge, then turn south to the Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor and the Brooklyn Bridge. You can enjoy the view of the New York skyline and have a delicious brunch with New York specialties. The first drink (even champagne!) is even included in the price.

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    Soho, Little Italy & Chinatown Walking Tour

    Walking Tour in Hudson Square
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    Now known for their many excellent restaurants, shops and tourism, Manhattan‘s SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown neighborhoods offer the most varied stories of New York City. Take a 2-hour tour with a local guide and discover hidden gems and 19th century buildings.

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    Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island (Ferry & Stop)

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    Go and see one of NYC’s most famous attractions: the Statue of Liberty. Don’t miss out seeing this iconic attraction up close! You will also get to visit the Ellis Island Immigration Museum which is a great educational experience for adults as well as kids.

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    Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island: 4-Hour Guided Tour

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    Enjoy a guided tour of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. You will have reserved access to the ferry to get to the statue and then you can explore these 2 major attractions with a 4 hour guided tour.

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    Statue of Liberty Pedestal, Ellis Island & Pre-Ferry Tour

    Walking Tour in Financial District
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    A 30-minute English-language guided tour of Battery Park followed by a transfer to the Statue of Liberty with a German audio guide and guaranteed admission to the base of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.

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    Statue of Liberty: Sunset Schooner Cruise

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    The sailing trip into the sunset is definitely one of my highlights in New York and definitely one of the best cruise in New York. During this two-hour tour, the Statue of Liberty awaits you, you can have a drink and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere!

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    Super Taste

    Asian Restaurant in Chinatown
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    Here it can quickly get crowded, the shop is really super small. Super Taste is probably the best place to visit in Chinatown NYC if you are looking for some authentic and great quality noodles. The amazing food is reason alone to visit but with the amazing prices on offer, this is a no-brainer to get a quick and delicious bite to eat on your way through Chinatown.

    Make sure to try the pork belly bao – one of our favorites!

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    Terra Blues

    Club in Greenwich Village
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    We’ve spent some great evenings at Terra Blues, because it’s probably the most authentic and relaxed blues club in New York. Since 1990, you can experience well-known and up-and-coming blues artists from New York City and the entire USA. Artists like Hubert Sumlin, Magic Slim and the Holmes Brothers have performed here and have their names written on the walls.

    It’s located right on Bleecker Street between The Red Lion and Peculier Pub and directly above Wicked Willy’s bar. Those are three more spots I always enjoy visiting. 

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    The 9/11 Tribute Museum & Memorial Walking Tour

    Walking Tour in Financial District
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    Guided by 9/11 survivors, family members of those who lost their lives, first responders, and recovery workers, this tour provides a personal and unique touch to learning about the tragedy of 9/11. The tour includes a brief history of the attacks, its widespread repercussions as well as the building of the One World Trade Center.

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    The Bitter End

    Club in Greenwich Village
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    The Bitter End is New York City’s oldest rock and roll club, having been around since 1961, during which time stars like Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Stevie Wonder, Lady Gaga, Woody Allen, Billy Crystal and Norah Jones have played. And this is just a glimpse of the great artists and bands that have performed at The Bitter End over its 60-plus years.

    It also shows why Bleecker Street is such an important street in New York’s Greenwich Village: the creative scene spawned legendary clubs like Terra Blues and record stores like Generation Records that are deeply tied to the New York. To this day, nothing has changed.

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    The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog

    Bar in Financial District
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    Have you ever thought about how to take the Irish Pub into the 21st century? Go check out the Dead Rabbit bar and find out. This modern Irish pub and restaurant, which opened in 2013, is one of our favorite bars of all times. As soon as you enter the bar, you are transported into another world. There is nothing ultra-modern here, but everything is stylishly trimmed to old. From the original cash register, old punch glasses for the drinks to the wooden floors covered with sawdust.

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    The Dutch Restaurant

    American Restaurant in SoHo
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    Unlike the name The Dutch suggests, there are no Dutch specialties, but American cuisine. Besides salads and pasta, there is a large selection of meat and fish dishes. On weekends, there is also plenty of time for brunches – and there is a lot on the menu.

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    The Edge Observation Deck

    Building in Hudson Yards
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    The Hudson Yards observation deck called Edge is New York’s newest and highest open observation deck. It opened in March 2020 and we were there – the view from up here is just sensational, and through the glass floor you can see over 100 floors straight down!

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    The Irish American Pub

    Bar in Financial District
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    The The Irish American Pub in direct neighbourhood of the 9/11 Memorial is a MUST DO for us, that’s how good it is. It is not without reason that we have been a regular here for years. What sets it apart? A wonderful uncomplicatedness, good drinks (they are really something), great prices and last but not least: probably the best chicken wings ever.

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    The Lion King

    Broadway Show in Midtown Manhattan
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    This touching musical tells the story of Simba, who has a difficult path to the throne ahead of him and must assert himself against his evil uncle Scar. It is about fear, courage, the meaning of life and that you must never give up. Based on the Disney film, this musical developed into a Broadway hit and impresses hundreds of visitors every day. When it comes to musicals, The Lion King is as good as it gets!

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    The Mercer Kitchen

    American Restaurant in SoHo
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    The Mercer Kitchen is a restaurant located in SoHo and can be found right next to The Mercer Hotel. We recommend coming here for breakfast and lunch while you’re visiting SoHo.

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    The Phantom of the Opera

    Broadway Show in Midtown Manhattan
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    The Phantom of the Opera is a very famous musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. It continues to amaze NYC aundiences even after running for 29 years in succession. As the winner of 70 major theatre awards it is definitely worth being one of the 140 million people who have viewed this theatricle masterpiece!

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    The Refinery Hotel

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    4 Stars | I can’t recommend the Refinery Hotel highly enough – it is ideally located (only two blocks away from Bryant Park), has one of the most relaxed rooftop bars in the entire city (with a view of the Empire State Building) and the rooms are large and nicely furnished. You’ll definitely feel at home here!

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    The Summit Bar & Cafe

    Bar in Alphabet City
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    Summit Bar is, in my opinion, the best cocktail bar in Alphabet City NYC. You can sit both indoors and outdoors and enjoy top notch cocktails. They are known for their oysters, which are generally not my taste. The menu is small but nice and I highly recommend the Buffalo Chicken Sider!

    The cocktails are $7 – so the travel fund is happy! In addition, there are six different white and red wines – so there is something for everyone!

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    Times Square

    Other Attraction in Theatre District
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    Times Square is one of the most famous attractions in New York City. Just like The Statue of Liberty or The Empire State Building, Times Square is an iconic location. When people say “the city that never sleeps”, they’re most likely talking about Times Square because of the numerous lights and action going on 24/7. Standing in the middle of the many bright, flashing billboards ist not comparable to anything else in the city. Times Square is the heart of NYC and is the true embodiment of The Big Apple.

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    Union Square

    Park in Gramercy
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    New York City is full of diversity and variety. Union Square is a great example of this, as it is here that businessmen, creative freelancers, such as writers and artists, as well as demonstrators and the residents of the area meet. Here, the suit sits next to the hippie on the park bench. Many of the city’s most famous restaurants are located in Union Square. But it’s the theaters and cultural venues, as well as weekly markets like the Union Square Green Market, that give this part of the city its special hardship.

    Residents of the Big Apple come here for first-class dining, or to enjoy the entertainment. Especially popular is the Union Square Theatre, where mainly off-Broadway plays are shown. 

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    Valentine's Day Champagne Tasting Cruise

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    This romantic Valentine’s Day boat cruise in New York is definitely one of the best things you can do on this day. I love this cruise because not only the ambience aboard this 1920s style yacht is very special. You will also love the atmosphere because the crew is super friendly and it is low-capacity cruise.

    What else makes this Valentine’s Day Cruise so unique? You’ll do a champagne tasting accompanied by paired cheeses and chocolates.

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    Villa Mosconi

    Italian Restaurant in Greenwich Village
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    If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant with real vintage charm, you have to go to Villa Mosconi! This restaurant has been around for over 40 years and is still run by the same family.

    Villa Mosconi restaurant offers authentic Italian food in a lovely ambiance and it’s family friendly and welcoming. No matter what (homemade) pasta you order, it’s guaranteed to be delicious. Another highlight for us was the Veal Milanese. And the best part? The prices are really reasonable!

    For me, Villa Mosconi is one of the best Italian restaurants in New York, because we were not disappointed during any of our visits!

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    142 Sullivan Bar

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    142 Sullivan Bar is a very popular little bar, especially with New Yorkers, in the Soho neighborhood, just two blocks from Bleecker Street and one block from W Houston Street.

    We love this place because of the welcoming atmosphere, and: the cocktails and the wines are really good. 

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    169 Bar

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    The bar is very popular with New Yorkers, the prices are sensational and the audience is mixed. Colourful is also the bar and for this reason alone worth a visit.

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    2 Bros Pizza

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    2 Bro Pizza is one of the most famous and best shops in town if you are looking for Pizza Slices!

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    2-Hour Cupcake Tour of Greenwich Village

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    If you’re into sweets and desserts you should try the famous Cupcake Tour. Sample colorful cupcakes at boutique bake shops, and build your own custom cupcake during this 2-hour tour in Greenwich Village. New York clearly has the best cupcakes and this will be the chance to try the best of them.

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    230 Fifth Rooftop Bar

    Rooftop Bar in Midtown Manhattan
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    230 Fifth is arguably the most famous rooftop bar in New York City. It is well known for its stunning views of the Empire State Building great cocktails and large outside seating area. Whether in summer or winter, the 230 Fifth is always a good idea. The sunset is always enchanting and in the winter cuddled under blankets and heated mushrooms has also something to sit.

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    4th of July Fireworks on Clipper City Tall Ship

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    See New York City’s 4th of July Fireworks from the deck of a tall ship for the ultimate visibility and photo ops. Help the crew raise the sails and navigate the ship, or just sit back and enjoy the show. Each year’s fireworks show consists of more than 40,000 shells exploding above the East River for a brilliant display celebrating the nation’s birth. Buy tickets in advance to avoid the last-minute scramble for 4th of July plans!

    • Food and beverages included 
    • Best possible vantage point for fireworks show 
    • See the NYC skyline from the water 
    • Open bar throughout the cruise
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    4th of July NYC Fireworks Cruise

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    Aboard Liberty Belle to celebrate this Independence Day in New York City. Celebrate sailing the waters and enjoy the Macy’s Spectacular Fireworks Show. All tickets include open bar and a delicious dinner. Live DJ playing top hits will keep you this Independence Day memorable along with your favorite drink. Enjoy the show of the July 4th fireworks. This is a NYC Dance Cruise. Aboard and sip your favorite drink, eat delicious food, dance and enjoy! You will get a 3-Hour premium open bar, food, and complimentary party favors. VIP Tickets include priority boarding and a reserved table at private lounge with a bottle of MOET to cheer this Independence Day. Enjoy the views of Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, One World Trade Center and more! This is a great experience to celebrate in style. Treat yourself into this unforgettable experience.

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    5 Guys Burger and Fries

    Burger Spot in West Village
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    Just like Shake Shack, the 5 Guys Burger and Fries have become a burger chain that is very popular. Again, the good ingredients are the basis of everything – if you’re looking for a 5 Guys in New York, there are several of them!

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    55 Bar

    Bar in Greenwich Village
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    A great bar with a good atmosphere, delicious drinks and cool music. The waiters are very nice!

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    5th Avenue

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    5th Avenue is one of the most famous shopping streets in the world and a must-see if you want to go shopping in New York! Fifth Avenue starts right at Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village and goes all the way to 143rd Street in Harlem. The length of 5th Avenue is over 11 kilometers – you will need about 2.5 hours on foot.

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    9/11 Memorial

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    Ground Zero has now become a place for quiet reflection. With two huge pools to commemorate the lives lost during 9/11 the beautiful memorial attracts people from far and wide. NYC will never forget 9/11 and the memorial is the perfect embodyment of this spirit.

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    9/11 Memorial Glade

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    The 9/11 Memorial Glade is a memorial to all survivors of the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, and to this day many people are still struggling with the health consequences. The memorial is dedicated to them.

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    99 Cent Village Pizza

    Pizza Spot in West Village
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    If you’re looking for a really cheap and quick slice of pizza, 99 Cent Village Pizza is the spot for you. This no-frills pizzeria offers some of the cheapest slices in all of NYC, but don’t let that deter you from their delicious pies. Although they may not have a website, it’s worth stopping by to pick up a few slices on your way home or during a lunch break. If you’re short on time, you can still place an online order with your local delivery apps.

    What makes 99 Cent Village Pizza so great are their classic New York-style slices. While they only offer basic pizza varieties, such as cheese, pepperoni, sausage, and veggie pizza, they are always fresh and made with high-quality ingredients. Plus, at only $0.99 for regular cheese slices, it’s hard to beat the price!

    If you’re looking for something a little more filling, try their Sicilian slices, which are thicker and come with sauce on the side. You can also add toppings for an extra charge, but even without them, these slices are mouth-watering and definitely hit the spot.

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    A Christmas Carol

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    A Christmas Carol is a timeless tale by Charles Dickens.

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    ABC Carpet & Home

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    Are you into interior design? Then ABC Carpet & Home is the store you want to check out near Union Square. Here you’ll find upscale furniture, carpets, and just random (but, not really) items that could elevate your house or apartment. Also, if you get hungry, go to ABC Kitchen, which happens to be right next door. You probably will get hungry because there are six floors to check out in the main store.

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    ABC Kitchen

    American Restaurant in Gramercy
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    The ABC Kitchen serves Slow Food – the opposite of fast food and a declaration of love for our planet. Only the freshest ingredients, supplied by local farmers, are put on the plate. The dishes change seasonally and are free of pesticides, antibiotics, hormones and genetic engineering. The prices are more than reasonable for the quality of the ingredients and the service.

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    AC Hotel by Marriott New York Downtown

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    4 Stars | The AC Hotel by Marriott New York Downtown is a hotel overlooking the stunning and iconic Brooklyn Bridge – from the Manhattan side. The location of the hotel is hard to beat, as it is also within easy reach of the 9/11 Memorial and One World Trade Center. 

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    Ace Hotel New York

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    4 stars | This charming boutique hotel has two stylish restaurants and a bar. The Herald Square underground station is in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. Each of the spacious rooms is individually designed.

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    Acne Studios Mercer Street

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    Clean cuts, beautiful silhouettes and beautiful fabrics – that’s what defines ACNE Studios style. The best part of all this is that while it’s still pretty expensive, it’s not as expensive as other luxury brands. You can find everything from sneakers to outerwear here. They have several locations in New York City, but their store in Soho is the most beautiful!

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    adidas Brand Center New York

    Sports Goods Stores in SoHo
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    Another brand that people are familiar with is the “Brand with the Three Stripes.” Adidas has been making a push these past few years and has been doing a great job. You’ll find a wide range of their collection at this store. If you want to buy cool sportswear in Soho, you should definitely stop by at Adidas!

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    Adidas Flagship Store New York City

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    When you think of flagship stores, Adidas is likely one of the first brands to come to mind. The luxury brand has flagship stores in NYC as well as global flagship store locations across Europe and Asia. Their New York flagship location opened in December 2016 and is situated near neighbors Gucci and Dior Homme, among other high-end fashion retailers.

    The Adidas Flagship Store in Manhattan stands out because of its design concept that focuses around a clean steel frame with glass facades. This flagship store also features a LED sunroof that can change colors depending on what event or time it is outside, making visitors feel like they’re walking into something truly special each day! In addition, you’ll be intrigued by the innovative screen displays inside the store that provide entertainment and information about products, sports, and other important events

    When you visit this flagship store, you’ll be able to find everything Adidas has to offer. This includes the latest in sportswear and sneakers, as well as a customization studio so you can create your own pair of shoes that match your unique style! For something special and dazzling, Adidas Flagship Store in NYC is one you won’t want to miss.

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    adidas Originals Store

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    This is Adidas’ lifestyle brand and one of our favourite stores when we are looking for sporty and stylish sneakers or sportswear. Located in the middle of SoHo you will find this mega-store with a wide and really good offer. The Originals series has the focus on the design of the 60s to 80s – reinterpreted. Here you’ll find collaboration pieces such as Alexander Wang and Mountain Engineering. If you want a pair of Yeezy’s this would be the store to go to. Just be prepared to fall in long lines.

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    Affordable Art Fair

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    Spring isn’t just an excellent time to get outside and enjoy nature; it’s also a great time to do a bit of spring cleaning. After you finish, if your walls seem bare, head on over to the Affordable Art Fair and snag some high-quality art at low-end prices. 

    This annual event returns to NYC each year at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea, where you can view contemporary works that range in price from $100 up to $10,000. 

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    Aimé Leon Dore

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    Ok, so this is located right on the border of NoLita and SoHo but it’s in the area so we’ll make an exception. Aime Leon Dore has some really stylish pieces but also has a classic feel to them. The quality of their fabric is exceptional as well. It’s a brand that’s continuing to gain popularity. Be prepared to spend some money here, but it’s well worth it. Oh, there’s a cafe as well. 

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    Ain't Too Proud

    Broadway Show in Theatre District
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    The American vocal group known as The Temptations had a remarkable career that took them from the streets of Detroit all the way to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Ain’t Too Proud is a Broadway musical written by Dominique Morisseau, a three-time Obie Award winner, to put their life and story to music for all to see. The musical depicts how the group met, their rise to fame, the unprecedented heights they reached, and even how political and personal conflicts nearly tore their group apart during civil unrest in the United States. 

    The two-and-a-half-hour show features one intermission and is available in a host of cities spanning America’s East and Southern coasts. Residents of New York will have the opportunity to watch the show in New York City from July 2-18, 2021, at Broadway’s original home, The Imperial Theatre in New York, and then again in Buffalo, NY, from May 10-15, 2022 at Shea’s Performing Arts Center. 

    Ain’t Too Proud is also set to resume the first traveling show on December 7-12, 2021, in Durham, NC and then move on to Washington DC. In 2022, the show is available in many cities in Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, and more. 

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    Al Hirschfeld Theatre

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    The Al Hirschfeld Theatre is one of the most beautiful Broadway theaters in New York. It was built in the Byzantine style. Lovingly restored ceilings and ornaments can be discovered everywhere, from the lobby to the opulently designed auditorium. It was ceremoniously opened on November 11, 1924, when it was called the Martin Beck Theatre. The Broadway theater received its current name in 2003 in honor of the cartoonist Albert Hirschfeld.

    If you talk to New Yorkers, you will especially feel the enthusiasm for the Al Hirschfeld Theatre. After all, it is one of the oldest and most important theaters in the city. It feels incredibly cozy and familiar, if only because of the way it was built back then with rather narrow rows of seats. You’ll definitely get a feel for 1920s New York here—wonderful!

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    Aladdin

    Broadway Show in Midtown Manhattan
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    Who doesn’t know the story of Aladdin and his magic lamp? On Broadway, the stage show by Casey Nicholaw enchants hundreds of spectators daily. Jasmine, the genie in the bottle and the flying carpet make this musical a favorite of many kids and adults alike.

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    Alexander and Bonin

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    Alexander Hamilton's Haunts and Hangouts Tour

    Walking Tour in Financial District
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    This walking tour is the second tour that deals with the life of Alexander Hamilton. While the first one has a focus on historical sites, here you will learn more about the person himself. From his favorite pub to his grave, everything is included. Nevertheless, the New York Stock Exchange and Wall Street are not missing from the program!

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    Alexander Wang Flagship Store New York

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    The designer Alexander Wang is big with celebrities and has had some of the biggest fashion shows. His products attracts big names and his clothing has a unique style. If you love the color black, then this is a store you should check out in SoHo. He’s one of the most influential designers in the fashion industry today.

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    Alexandre Gallery

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    Alexandre Gallery has two locations. The 25 E 73rd Street location has been around for 20 years, and will stay open for private viewings, and American Modernists from the Stieglitz Circle. It will be appointment only. The late 19th early 20th century is a special focus for Alexandre Gallery. Famous artists such as John Marin, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Joseph Stella have paintings on display at the 73rd Street location.

    Alexandre Gallery opened its new location at 291 Grand Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan on September 9, 2021 with Lois Dodd doing a one-person exhibition. The gallery has 2,000 square feet, and was previously used by James Cohan.  

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    Aloft Harlem

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    4 Stars | The Aloft Harlem is a beautifully designed hotel with a modern atmosphere. It is located only a three-minute walk from the Apollo Theater and is the perfect choice, if you travel on a budget! 

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    Ambassador Theatre

    Theatre in Theatre District
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    The Ambassador Theatre is a very special Broadway theater in Manhattan‘s Theater District for several reasons. One of the most successful musicals, Chicago, has been performed here since 2003, and it is an official New York City landmark. However, that’s not all! Along with being a theater, since it opened on February 11, 1921, it has, over the course of time, also become a cinema and a TV studio.

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    Amelie Wine Bar

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    When Paris meets New York, such wonderful places like the Amelie wine bar in Washington Square Park are born. Fantastic wines and little treats are available here at affordable prices. Definitely one of our favorites in the city.

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    American Cut

    American Restaurant in Tribeca
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    The restaurant is very modern and here you can get very tasty steaks.

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    American Folk Art Museum

    Museum in Upper West Side
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    The American Folk Art Museum, which offers free admission, houses a collection of over 5.000 folk art and craft exhibits. One of the most well-known works is the Flag Gate, an American flag made of wood and metal.

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    American Museum of Natural History

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    The American Museum of Natural History is one of the more popular museums in NYC. If the name sounds recognizable it’s because the museum was the center of attention in the movie, Night at the Museum featuring Ben Stiller. Regardless of it’s Hollywood fame, the Natural History Museum is a huge institution that features numerous exhibits. This is a great place for families with kids so they can learn about the world’s geography, plants, different animal species and many other things.

    The American Museum of Natural History is located in the Upper West Side in Manhattan and is the largest natural history museum in the world.

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    Amity Hall

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    Especially when the Carolina Panthers play, the atmosphere in Amity Hall is boiling! The bar is huge and the game is broadcast here on a 6 meter flatscreen and many other screens. Besides the classic Chicken Wings you can also get great burgers here.

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    Amor y Amargo

    Bar in East Village
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    The Amor y Amargo is one of the bars we really love! From the outside it is totally inconspicuous, but when you go inside you will immediately feel the charm of the bar. Such spots are what makes New York for me (similar spots are the Proletariat and Fools Gold NYC in the Lower East Side for me). It is small, cozy and absolutely relaxed – just great!

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    Ample Hills Creamery Pop Up

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    In the Gotham West Market you will find this delicious ice cream parlour. Even if you don’t want to eat ice cream, the Gotham West Market is always worth a visit.

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    Analogue

    Bar in Greenwich Village
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    In the bar in the heart of Greenwich Village you can enjoy your drinks in a relaxed atmosphere. Live music is also played here from time to time.

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    Andaz 5th Avenue

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    5 stars | The hotels with the name Andaz stand for the very highest standards and quality. This is demonstrated by the Andaz Wall Street Hotel and this one: the Andaz 5th Avenue Hotel.

    As the name suggests, it is located on the famous 5th Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. This means that many sights such as Central Park, Times Square, Bryant Park, Summit One Vanderbilt and the Empire State Building are within easy walking distance.

    The boutique hotel itself has everything that a 5-star hotel in New York has to offer: large rooms, luxurious furnishings, friendly and competent staff, and a stylish bar. 

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    Angelica Kitchen

    Vegetarian Restaurant in East Village
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    Fresh, vegan food has been served here since 1976. Many of the ingredients are organically grown and Fairtrade certified.

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    Annual German-American Steuben Parade

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    The Annual German-American Steuben Parade attracts up to one million people and is therefore also one of the biggest parades in New York. Always in mid-September, New York is firmly in the hands of Germans or New Yorkers with German roots

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    Anthology Film Archives

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    If you’re a movie fanatic and you use quotes that come from movies then pay a visit to Anthology Film Archives in the East Village. The place has independent movies that you can’t really find anywhere else. 

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    Antique Garage

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    As the name suggests, the location used to be an old screwdriver garage, which was brought to life in 2003. The furnishing with antique paintings and lamps creates a relaxed, cosy atmosphere.  And then the food: the starters alone are already a blast. Try “Mezze” – these are Mediterranean little treats.

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    Apollo Theater

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    Probably the most famous attraction in Harlem is the Apollo Theater 253 W 125th St: it is known worldwide for its jazz, soul and blues concerts. The Apollo Theater is where the careers of many world stars began, including Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan and Billie Holiday. Later it was also the big stage of numerous Motown artists like Diana Ross, the Jackson 5 and the Supremes.

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    Apotheke in Chinatown

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    If you know, you know. Apotheke in Chinatown is one of those speakeasy types of bars that are still super trendy to go to. It still maintains the classic look and almost speakeasy vibe from back in the days.

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    Apple Store 5th Ave

    Electronic Store in Midtown Manhattan
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    The Apple Store in New York is an institution and is on the shopping list of many. The first thing that comes to mind is the Apple Flagship Store on 5th Avenue in Central Park – the glass cube with the illuminated Apple symbol is very much at the forefront of design.

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    Arcadia Contemporary

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    Arcadia Contemporary Gallery was founded in 2001 and had its first location in Soho New York. It has had its current name since 2014, originally it was called Arcadia Fine Arts. After moving to Pasadena/California from 2016 to 2021, it has been back in Soho since 2021. This time in the Soho Art District on West Broadway. 

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    Archer Hotel

    Hotels & Accommodations in Midtown Manhattan
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    4 Stars | The Archer Hotel is a boutique hotel right on Bryant Park – the perfect location! The rooms are truly stylish and from some of them you can even see the Empire State Building. What we also liked: the small bar on the roof of the hotel!

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    Arlo NoMad

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    4 Stars | This beautiful hotel is pretty much right where you want to be during your (first) visit to New York: just around the corner from the Empire State Building! This place isn’t only exceptionally stylish, it also has a rooftop bar and terrace from where you have a sensational view of New York – and the Empire State Building from up close, of course. Hard to beat. 

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    Arlo Soho

    Hotels & Accommodations in Hudson Square
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    4 Stars | The Arlo is a really cool hotel in right on the border of Soho, Hudson Square and Tribeca: it’s in a great area, the interior is stylish and the bar is amazing. What’s not to like? 

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    ARTECHOUSE

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    ARTECHOUSE mixes art, technology, and science to create an immersive, digital installation.

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    Artichoke Basille's Pizza

    Italian Restaurant in Chelsea
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    Artichoke Basille’s Pizza was founded in 2008 and serves big slices with creamy toppings.

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    Artichoke Basille's Pizza on MacDougal Street

    Pizza Spot in West Village
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    Artichoke Basille’s Pizza is an excellent spot for a late-night meal, as they’re open until four in the morning every day. This pizzeria offers New York City’s classic deep dish slices, available by the pie or by the slice to satisfy any cravings that may come up.

    They offer eight different flavors of their famous pizza, including artichoke, crab, Margherita, vodka, state island, Sicilian, pepperoni, and meatballs. 

    You can either order individual slices or pies, depending on your preference. This simple yet delicious, classic New York-style pizza is the perfect way to end a night out with friends.

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    Asiate Restaurant

    American Restaurant in Upper West Side
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    Besides the innovative dishes, the stylish decoration of the “Asiate” in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel is an absolute highlight every time. In front of the windows, an impressive branch sculpture, which symbolizes trees in winter, forms the center of the restaurant. In addition, the huge wall with more than 3,000 wine bottles.

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    Astor Place

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    South of East 8th Street is Astor Place – the site of the Cooper Union – where many art schools, architecture offices and schools can be found today.

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    Audrey Hepburn-Graffiti

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    Each neighborhood has their own vibe and culture. New York City has some of the best street art and Little Italy is known for their great hidden graffiti. One of the most well-known of the city is located at 176 Mulberry St which features a mural of the the icon, Audrey Hepburn. Many more great spots can be photographed and admired there.

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    August Wilson Theatre

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    The August Wilson Theatre opened in 1925 and was renamed very regularly through various changes of ownership. In 1925 it was called Guild Theatre, from 1950 ANTA Theatre and from 1981 Virginia Theatre. It was only in 2005 that it was given its present name in honor of August Wilson, a Pulitzer Prize winner.

    It reminds us a little of the Walter Kerr Theatre, which, like the August Wilson Theatre, has retained its old New York charm to this day.

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    Avant Garden

    Vegetarian Restaurant in East Village
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    In the cozy restaurant in the East Village, the food is served in a very stylish way. The quality is excellent and it tastes fantastic.

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    B. On Top

    Rooftop Bar in Meatpacking District
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    B. On Top is a small rooftop bar in the Meatpacking District, where you can end the day in a very relaxed way.

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    Baccarat Hotel and Residences New York

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    5 stars | There are 5 star hotels and there is the Baccarat Hotel and Residences New York – I can sum it up as simply as that.The Baccarat Hotel is an absolute luxury hotel and is one of the best hotels in all of New York City. It was even voted among the 30 best hotels in the world by Condé Nast.

    Even the lobby is stunning, and the rooms and suites are equally opulent and classically decorated.In addition, there is a first-class spa with wellness area and bar, an excellent restaurant and bar.

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    Bagatelle NYC

    French Restaurant in Meatpacking District
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    The Bagatelle NYC is a French-Mediterranean restaurant with nightclub character

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    BALENCIAGA SoHo

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    Do you remember those sock looking like sneakers or those really chunky sneakers? Those shoes are from Balenciaga. They seem to always set the trend when it comes to footwear, but they’re more than that. They sell a variety of clothing and it’s worth checking out their store in SoHo.

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    BAR 54 Rooftop

    Rooftop Bar in Midtown Manhattan
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    One of the most popular rooftop bars in Times Square is Bar 54, located on the roof of the Hyatt Times Square Hotel New York, on the 54th floor (hence the name), where you can enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city. The Bar 54 is also a lounge, so you can go there even if the weather is not so good.

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    Bar Primi

    Italian Restaurant in East Village
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    The Bar Primi is a small pasta shop that offers brunch, lunch and dinner with great Italian wines. Of course the typical Italian desserts are not missing. Everything is handmade – from the pasta to the sauce – and the authentic interior makes you feel as if you have made a little detour to Italy.

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    Barcade

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    Nostalgic for arcade games and want to relive your childhood? Then head on over to Barcade. There are multiple locations in NYC, such as Williamsburg and the East Village. Barcade has the classic arcade games that you’re accustomed to such as Pac-man, Donkey Kong and Tetris. The only difference between your childhood and now is that if you wanted to (and we don’t encourage this), you can play drunk. Yes, they serve beer. Arcades and beer is an amazing time.

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    Barney Greengrass

    Café in Upper West Side
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    A legendary deli on the Upper West Side. The portions are huge and the classic American cuisine is convincing all along the line.

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    Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral

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    The Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral is the only basilica in New York and New York’s very first cathedral. You will be surprised how beautiful it is from the inside – and that it hides some secrets. The best way to find out what they are is to take a tour that takes you to different parts of the church, including the catacombs. It is one of the absolute insider tours in New York. You can learn more about it here.

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    Basta Pasta

    Italian Restaurant in Gramercy
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    The restaurant is clean and elegant in style, has an open kitchen and offers a relaxed atmosphere. As the name suggests, they serve great pasta dishes – excitingly combined with Japanese cuisine (for example, pasta with shitake mushrooms) and with great sauces. All organic and homemade, of course.

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    Bateaux Mimosa Brunch Cruise

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    Brunch is a weekend ritual in New York, and on this morning cruise, you’ll experience a classic Big Apple brunch while sightseeing simultaneously. Depart in the morning from Chelsea Piers; your vessel offers all-glass viewing areas. As you wend your way past sights like the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, and more, you can also enjoy dishes from the extensive onboard buffet, plus bottomless coffee, mimosas, and tea. Live jazz music will add to the trip’s festive feel.

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    Bateaux: Dinner Cruise

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    Forget trying to snag a hard-to-get reservation at New York’s hottest restaurants du jour. Instead, indulge in a delicious 3-course dinner during the cruise on an all-glass boat around New York City that offers you an up-close look at the Statue of Liberty and other famed sites. As a live pianist plays relaxing music for you, take in the immense view of one of the world’s great cities, and enjoy a delicious pre-set dinner by the on-board executive chef. Upgrade to enjoy a romantic or first class VIP experience including a private table and French sparkling wine.

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    Bathtub Gin

    Bar in Chelsea
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    A great bar with a great selection of cocktails and gins. On the menu you will find small dishes like crispy calamari, grilled chicken or burrata.

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    BEAST Speedboat Ride

    Cruise in Midtown Manhattan
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    The BEAST Speedboat ride is an extremely thrilling experience that you should not miss out on. This custom-built, 70-foot speedboat speeds in the direction of the Statue of Liberty at 45 mph! Make sure you are ready to get splashed with water because this is not an easy ride! Definitely a must for all of the adrenaline junkies out there!

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    Beatnic West Village

    Vegetarian Restaurant in Greenwich Village
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    Ok, the name can be a bit misleading, because the Beatnic West Village is actually located in Greenwich Village (the discussion about the neighborhoods and their exact boundaries is typical for New York 🙂 ). Anyway, Beatnic is a really popular vegan restaurant right on Bleecker Street.

    It’s super-stylish, beautifully decorated and so delicious! And I say that, who likes everything around steaks, burgers and BBQ so much. Everything is freshly prepared, there are a wide variety of salads, sandwiches and burgers – all vegan, of course.  

    Really colorful is the beet ketchup and the avocado pesto. My tip: try the guac burger and the magic mushroom salad. That alone is worth a visit!

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    Beetlejuice

    Broadway Show in Theatre District
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    Since 2019 you could see the musical Beetlejuice on Broadway. Be surprised by the most charming musical on Broadway. And: It is  back on broadway from Spring 2022 on!

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    Belasco Theatre

    Theatre in Theatre District
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    The Belasco Theatre is one of the oldest theaters in New York. It opened back in 1907 under the name Stuyvesant Theatre. The expensive construction was financed by entrepreneur David Belasco, who gave it his own name three years later.

    One of the greatest actors of our time, Marlon Brando, was discovered here when he played a leading role in the play Truckline Cafe in 1964. In 2019, the film The Irishman by Martin Scorcese premiered here when the theater became a movie theater, and the film was screened for a month.

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    Belvedere Castle in Central Park

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    The Belvedere Castle was built in 1869 and was designed by Calvert Vaux who is best known for also designing NYC’s Central Park. There was no real purpose to the castle other than being a decorative piece within the park, however it is very beautiful definitely worth a visit.

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    Bemelman’s Bar

    Bar in Upper East Side
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    Bemelman’s Bar is our favourite spot on the Upper East Side and already several times after a visit to Central Park our first stop to let our legs rest for a while. If you can also enjoy a delicious drink in a wonderful atmosphere, it hardly gets better. Oh yes: with the Hammer-Burger that is available here!

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    Benjamin Steakhouse

    Steak Restaurant in Murray Hill
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    The stay at Benjamins is always a treat. The steak and wine list is very extensive. So there should be something for everyone.

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    Benoit

    French Restaurant in Midtown Manhattan
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    Here at Benoit you can get the French classics like cassoulet or onion soup. The restaurant is famous for its fantastic fish dishes and steaks. Be sure to order the fries with it – they are second to none. The Benoit is also ideal for a romantic dinner for two, as the selection is large and the wines are sensational. Here the emphasis is on French wines.

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    Bibble & Sip

    Café in Midtown Manhattan
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    Bibble & Sip is a bakery café located in Midtown Manhattan. It’s a great place to grab a coffee and some of the cutest desserts in the city.

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    Big Gay Ice Cream Shop

    Ice Cream in West Village
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    Big Gay Ice Cream is one of the most famous ice cream shops in New York City. Here you can get fancy ice creams, which for us are among the best in town!

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    Big Gay Ice Cream Shop (Financial District)

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    The Big Gay Ice Cream Shop is one of the most famous ice cream shops in New York. It is located in several places, this one in the Financial District is especially beautiful because you can walk to the East River with an ice cream in your hand and have a wonderful view of the Brooklyn Bridge and the helicopters taking off and landing.

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    BigA Bite

    Italian Restaurant in Lower East Side
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    As the name suggests, there are big pizzas here. They can be up to 8 feet long – so BigA Bite is a great experience especially for groups (or for families with big appetites). The pizza dough is very fluffy, tasty and you have a great choice of toppings. Be sure to try the Pizziri to start beforehand. Or the Spicy Burrata!

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    Biricchino

    Italian Restaurant in Chelsea
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    Biricchino is a small Italian restaurant in Chelsea.

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    bitforms gallery

    Gallery in Lower East Side
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    The bitforms gallery is a contemporary art gallery that features mid-career artists utilizing the latest technologies in New York City. The Bitforms gallery was founded in 2001 with the idea that A world-renowned contemporary visual art gallery, bitforms is home to established artists and those on the rise.

    bitforms is a cutting edge gallery that represents established and emerging artists with new technologies in their work. It’s no surprise that technology is recognized an important niche in the market at large. Nowadays we are used seeing images projected onto tablets during live performances but not that long ago this was unheard of.

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    Black History Month

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    Don’t miss out on some of the best cultural events of the year during Black History Month in February in NYC. There are many ways to show your appreciation for African-American culture. Head Uptown and explore Harlem and its one of kind soul food restaurants. Harlem will be filled with music events, movie screenings, spoken word performances, and fun parties during Black History Month in  New York City.

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    Black Iron Burger Midtown

    Burger Spot in Midtown Manhattan
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    Black Iron Burger is a well known burger restaurant that can be found several times in New York.

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    Black Seed Bagels

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    Black Seed Bagels offers delicious homemade bagels and homemade cream cheese options at a low price. You can also get fresh sandwiches, classic or fancy, with all the ingredients of your choice. Delicious classics are definitely the Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese, Smoked Turkey or Tuna Melt. Black Seed Bagels is a great shop with a lot of character and good food for New York’s smart spenders.

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    Black Tail NYC

    Bar in The Battery
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    UPDATE 2021: Unfortunately the bar is closed now.

    The Black Tail is the bar on the 2nd floor of Pier A Harbor House, which is one of our favorite spots with a view of New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty. It is always worth a visit: the location and the good drinks are just two reasons to definitely stop by!

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    Black Tap NYC

    Burger Spot in SoHo
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    Black Tap NYC is known for its delicious milkshakes & burgers and really worth a visit!

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    Blank Slate NYC Coffee + Kitchen

    Café in Midtown Manhattan
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    Coffee Shop with excellent cuisine in Midtown

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    Bleecker Street

    Other Attraction in Greenwich Village
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    Bleecker Street is a nice change from the turbulent Herald Square or 5th Avenue. It is considered one of the best shopping streets in the world. Why? Here a hip designer store and second hand shop follows one another.

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    Bleecker Street Pizza

    Pizza Spot in West Village
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    There’s no way to talk about the best Bleeker Street pizza joints without mentioning Bleeker Street Pizza itself. Consistently named as the best pizza in NYC by Food Network for three years in a row, it’s no wonder that this place always has a line wrapped around the door. The pizza here is classic New York style with a thin and crispy crust loaded with cheese and your choice of toppings.

    What makes this place unique from the others is the recipe they use for their pizza. Bleeker Street Pizza was initially opened in 2004 using an old family recipe to create what is known as the “Nonna Marie Pie.”

    While they have tons more flavors to choose from today at an affordable price, the best types to try are the Nonna Maria Pizza and Grandma Pizza. But, of course, you can’t go wrong with a traditional pepperoni pizza slice either.

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    Bloomingdale's

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    Bloomingdale’s is an institution in New York. The brown shopping bags that you are sure to feel like you’ve come across a hundred times in New York are very well known. There is a reason for this: the selection is huge and really valuable.

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    Blossom

    Vegetarian Restaurant in Chelsea
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    The Blossom is a vegan restaurant chain. It was founded with the aim of bringing vegan food to a creative, new and delicious level.

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    Blossom on Columbus

    Vegetarian Restaurant in Upper West Side
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    The Blossom is a vegan restaurant chain. It was founded with the goal of bringing vegan food to a creative, new and delicious level.

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    Blue in Green Boutique in SoHo

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    This SoHo boutique carries casual menswear pieces. Most of the products in the store are from Japanese brands. They also carry custom-made jeans where the quality is impeccable. Clothing sold here ranges from your basic T’s, hoodies, to knits and outerwear. Aside from clothing, they also sell vinyl records and music. If you’re in the area, definitely drop-by and even grab yourself a cup of coffee in their in-store coffee counter.

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    Blue Man Group

    Broadway Show in NoHo
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    The Blue Man Group in NYC is one of the most popular off-Broadway shows since 1991 and has already been watched by over 35 million spectators worldwide. The entertainment show is truly the only one of its kind in New York and fun experience for sure.

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    Bobwhite Lunch and Supper Counter

    American Restaurant in Alphabet City
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    Bobwhite counters are known for their fried chicken, which is particularly juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside. The Coleslaw is sensational and the chicken is served with a homemade spicy BBQ sauce and honey. The menu is small and manageable, but if you’re hungry for good Southern fried chicken, there’s no way around it.

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    BoCaphe

    Asian Restaurant in SoHo
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    The BoCaphe is one of our favourite spots if we want to enjoy “Vietnamese French Cuisine” in a relaxed atmosphere.

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    BONDST

    Japanese Restaurant in NoHo
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    BONDST is a very exceptional Japanese restaurant that is one of the best in all of New York City. Here, fine dining meets high-class and creative sushi creations – all in a very relaxed atmosphere.

    Located on three floors, BONDST is housed in a typical Soho-style building (Soho borders NoHo). A stylish lounge with its own sushi bar is located on the lower level. The Main Room is located on the first and second floor.

    If you want to eat really good and authentic sushi in New York, there is hardly any way around BONDST. It’s definitely not cheap, but worth every penny.

    By the way, the name is the only uncreative thing about BONDST in my opinion. Where does it come from? The Japanese restaurant has the address “6 Bond Street”.

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    Boqueria NYC

    Spanish Restaurant in Midtown Manhattan
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    If you are looking for Spanish cuisine, the Boqueria in New York is a great option. With four branches in New York City (in Midtown, Flatiron, Upper East Side and SoHo), the Spanish restaurant and tapas bar Boqueria has successfully brought many culinary traditions from Barcelona to New York City in recent years.

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    Bottega Veneta New York Flagship

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    Bottega Veneta is a designer brand that you’ll definitely want to check out if you’re looking for high-quality, luxurious Italian products. This flagship store is located in the heart of Manhattan, on 740 Madison Avenue, and offers everything from handbags and wallets to clothing and shoes.

    What’s unique about this flagship store is that it was designed by Tomas Maier himself – the creative director of Bottega Veneta. The goal was to create a space that would reflect the quality and luxury of the products offered within. And they succeeded – the flagship store is a beautiful mix of modern and traditional design elements, with an open layout that allows customers to explore all corners of the store.

    Here you will find exclusive products and those that are only available for a limited time. A visit to the Bottega Veneta New York flagship store is always worth it!

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    Bowery Ballroom

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    The nightlife of the Lower East Side is considered one of the best in the city. And one of the most popular locations for live music is the Bowery Ballroom (address: 6 Delancey St). The former ballroom offers many concerts worth seeing every week. Bruno Mars played here many years ago, when not the whole world knew him.

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    Bowery Meat Company

    Steak Restaurant in Lower Manhattan
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    As the name of the restaurant suggests, you will find plenty of meat on the menu. The Bowery offers you a festive five-course menu on the holiday. The menu is a real treat for the palate: in addition to a sweet apple and chestnut soup, a colourful salad with walnuts and pears, you can look forward to a roast turkey and a traditional pumpkin pie.

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    Brass Monkey NYC

    Bar in Meatpacking District
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    The Meatpacking District is known for its chic clubs, expensive cocktails and bars such as the Brass Monkey NYC.  Many of these locations are very exclusive and are unfortunately closed to tourists and visitors alike. If you want to get a taste of the Meatpacking District’s nightlife, Brass Monkey is definitely a spot to try.

    The Brass Monkey NYC, which is very popular with locals, opened in the summer of 2004 in the Meatpacking District and is considered as one of the hotspots in the area. The bar welcomes you to a relaxed atmosphere decorated with wood, copper and long tables where you can simply chat with others. Spread over 2 floors, there are 3 bars and a huge selection of beer. On the rooftop, there is a beer garden with amazing views of the Hudson River and New Jersey.

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    Broadhurst Theatre

    Theatre in Theatre District
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    The Broadhurst Theatre is located right between the Majestic Theatre and the Shubert Theatre on 44th Street not far from Times Square. It was designed by the famous theater architect Herbert Krapp and opened on September 27, 1917. It is one of the official landmarks of New York. It was named in honor of George Howells Broadhurst, one of the most famous playwrights of his time.

    The Broadhurst Theatre has hosted several world-famous shows, such as Les Misérables, Mamma Mia!, and Anastasia.

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    Broadway

    Other Attraction in SoHo
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    Broadway is probably the most famous street in New York City and SoHo’s main shopping street. It is not only the longest shopping street, but also a commercial heart of the city.

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    Broadway Performances at Hudson Yards

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    Similar to Broadway Under The Stars, Broadway Performances at Hudson Yards is a free event where you can see the cast of many famous Broadway shows perform live. There are several dates throughout November and December, starting at 5 p.m.

    For one hour, you can experience a true Broadway feeling in the area called The Stage on the 4th floor. Because the free tickets are limited, you should book them as soon as possible. After all, the Broadway Performances at Hudson Yards are only available during the Holiday Season!

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    Broadway Plaza Hotel

    Hotels & Accommodations in Midtown Manhattan
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    3 Stars | The Broadway Plaza Hotel is located just two blocks from the Flatiron Building and Madison Square Park and is one of the most popular hotels in the area. It’s a really nice boutique hotel in the heart of the city – definitely a recommendation for me!

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    Broadway Theatre

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    The Broadway Theatre is one of the very few theaters in New York that is actually on Broadway. It has had an eventful past, has had four other names, and has been the setting for many famous musicals, such as Evita, Les Misérables, King Kong, and, most recently, West Side Story.

    Opened on December 24, 1924, it is recognizable from afar as the “Broadway Theatre,” with letterings that extend from the first to the seventh floor of the building.

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    Broadway Under The Stars

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    This holiday season, Broadway and the Shops at Columbus Circle are gifting us with another round of Broadway Under The Stars. For you, that means free Broadway performances in one of the most magical settings. Broadway Under The Stars is a five-week series of FREE indoor Broadway performances and will take place on the second floor of the Time Warner Center.

    So why is it called Broadway Under The Stars? “Under the stars” refers to the 12 massive stars hanging from the 100-foot ceiling at Time Warner Center. They are the largest specialty crafted display of illuminated color in the world. The 14-foot stars are one of the most beautiful Christmas lights in NYC and draw thousands of visitors to their spectacular light show.Broadway Under The Stars typically takes on Mondays, starting early November and ending in early December. The exact dates for Broadway Under The Stars have not been announced yet. The performances start at 5 pm sharp and include interviews with the Broadway stars. They will perform 2-3 songs per show, depending on how many shows are featured that day.

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    Broadway Walking Tour

    Walking Tour in Midtown Manhattan
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    Learn about Broadway and get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at New York City’s famous theater district. This two-hour tour lead by a real Broadway performer is the perfect way to get an insight into one of the most famous theatre districts globally.

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    Brooke Alexander Gallery

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    Brookfield Place

    Mall in Battery Park City
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    The small shopping centre in Brookfield Place should not be forgotten. You also have a wonderful view of the water and the yachts in North Cove Yacht Harbor.

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    Brooklyn Bridge Bike Rental

    Bike Tour in Financial District
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    Here you can rent a bike for 1 to 24 hours during opening hours.

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    Brooks Atkinson Theatre

    Theatre in Theatre District
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    The Brooks Atkinson Theatre is a truly beautiful theater not far from Broadway. It was built in 1926 and was then called the Mansfield Theatre. It got its current name in 1960; Brooks Atkinson was responsible for rating Broadway shows at The New York Times and was one of the most influential people of his time.

    In 2000, it was restored with great attention to detail, including the 1960s chandelier, which is once again an integral part of the interior.

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    Bryant Park

    Park in Midtown Manhattan
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    Bryant Park is located right in central Manhattan and is a quiet oasis between 40th and 42nd Street. Bryant Park is right in the cetner of Midtown Manhattan between 40th and 42nd Street, yet it still lends you the peace and quiet you need to get away for a few moments from the bustling city. Withg many small cafés dotted throughout the park this is the perfect place to unwind or relax when the weather is nice.

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    Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

    Sea Food Restaurant in Theatre District
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    Life is like a box of chocolates – you never know what you’re gonna get. – Forrest Gump. We all love him and know his story inside and out. So we know what Bubba Gump means, right? A visit to the restaurant of the same name in Times Square is a must for all fans of Forrest Gump or seafood.

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    Bubby's

    American Restaurant in Tribeca
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    Bubby’s restaurant and bar is a stylish and modern spot with excellent food and great local beers. Bubby’s is a great place to grab some comfort food for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

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    Bubby’s High Line

    American Restaurant in Meatpacking District
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    Bubby’s restaurant and bar is a stylish and modern spot with excellent food and great local beers. Bubby’s is a great place to grab some comfort food for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

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    Buffalo Exchange Chelsea

    Second Hand Store in Chelsea
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    Buffalo Exchange is a popular thrift store chain in NYC.

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    Buffalo Exchange NoHo

    Second Hand Store in NoHo
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    Buffalo Exchange is one of the more popular thrift store chain in NYC.

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    Burberry Flagship Store NYC

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    If there’s one designer brand that is synonymous with luxury, it’s Burberry. This prestigious brand has been around for over 160 years and offers everything from clothing and accessories to home decor. And their flagship store in NYC does not disappoint!

    The flagship store is located at 9 E 57th Street and is a whopping 26,000 square feet. This flagship store offers everything you could want from Burberry, including the latest collections and exclusive designs. You’ll also be able to find products from past seasons here, so it’s the perfect place to shop if you’re looking for something that’s no longer available in stores.

    In addition, this flagship store has a very sleek and modern design – it’s definitely one of the most beautiful stores on Fifth Avenue!

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    Burton New York City Flagship Store

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    If you’re looking for flagship stores in New York City that have both winter sports and warm clothing in mind, look no further than the Burton flagship store! This popular snowboarding company is known as a designer of technical outerwear and accessories, keeping you warm even in the chilliest of weather.

    Their flagship location is located on 69 Greene Street, which is in the Soho area of Manhattan. It’s a small store, but it’s jam-packed with everything Burton! You’ll find all of your favorite snowboarding gear here, as well as exclusive collections that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Plus, each staff member is an expert on all things Burton, so they can help you find the perfect gear for your next snowboarding trip. You can even book a private shopping appointment with an expert shopper.

    The Butron flagship store in NYC has a very industrial feel to it, making it the perfect place to shop for all your winter sports needs. You’ll be able to relax on their numerous seating areas to try on or try out any gear you might want to purchase. If you’re looking for high-quality snowboarding gear, make sure to check out Burton’s flagship store in Soho.

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    Café Boulud

    French Restaurant in Upper East Side
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    Extravagant, French cuisine in a restaurant with bistro character. Very chic and exclusive. Especially recommendable is the brunch on weekends.

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    Café Frida

    Mexican Restaurant in Upper West Side
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    The ambience in Café Frida is typically Mexican. In the kitchen, too, great importance is attached to ensuring that the dishes come to the table as in Mexico. Everything is freshly prepared every day and the guacamole tastes the same. The cocktails are not for the faint of heart.

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    Café Roma

    Café in Little Italy
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    Opened in 1891, the café is one of the oldest in Little Italy. Be sure to try the espresso with a piece of amaretto cheesecake. Attention: here too you can only pay with cash.

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    Cafe Wha?

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    A classic spot in Greenwich Village is Cafe Wha?.  Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Bruce Springsteen, The Velvet Underground, Cat Mother & All Night Newsboys, Kool and the Gang, Peter, Paul & Mary, Woody Allen, Lenny Bruce, Joan Rivers and Bill Cosby are just some of the greats that were frequent visitors when they were just starting out their careers. 

    Today, you can listen to live music here and you should definitely have an evening at Cafe Wha?

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    Cafeteria

    American Restaurant in Chelsea
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    The cafeteria is one of the top 5 spots in Chelsea and for those who want to sin, here is the classic USA dish Mac & Cheese. Despite the abundance in the restaurant, the food is to the point and whether for lunch or a romantic dinner in the evening: the cafeteria is always worth a visit.

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    CANADA

    Gallery in Chinatown
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    One of the pioneers of the Chinatown gallery scene, CANADA opened in 2000 and has been a major institution, not a typical gallery, ever since.

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    Canada Goose New York

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    On Wooster Street between Spring and Prince Streets is the flagship store of Canada Goose. The brand is super famous and you’ve probably seen its logo on a parka or winter jacket. 

    The traditional company is located in a Cast Iron building, typical for Soho. Inside it is very modern and minimalistic designed and offers you a wide range of winter clothes. 

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    Canal Street Market

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    The Canal Street Market is a great street market with many food vendors (including Korean cooking & sweets) and a small dining area. You will also find many other stalls here selling souvenirs and art which in combination with the food stalls makes this place very unique and worth visiting.

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    Cantina Rooftop

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    In the Cantina Rooftop Bar you feel like in the Caribbean, surrounded by tropical plants you eat delicious guacamole and drink very well made cocktails with classical Mexican music. Besides tequila in every variation, there is a large selection of other delicious drinks: Try the Cantina Margarita.

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    Cantor Rooftop at The Met

    Rooftop Bar in Upper East Side
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    The Cantor Rooftop Garden Bar is not only a great spot to round off a visit to the world-famous The Metropolitan Museum of Art – “The Met” for short. From April to October you can enjoy art, coffee, light snacks, cocktails and a clear view over Central Park, Midtown and the Upper East Side. The relaxed and informal atmosphere is especially pleasant here – also a nice & quiet place for families with children.

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    Capezio Flagship Store

    Shoe Store in Theatre District
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    This famous shoe company is known as a theatrical retailer that supplies high-quality products to dancers. The Capezio company specializes in dancewear such as shoes, apparel, and accessories, providing everything you need to perform at your best, whether you’re a beginner dance student or a part of famous products like the Rockettes. 

    The flagship location is located right smack dab in the middle of Times Square at 1650 Broadway! It’s easily accessible from all over Manhattan via public transportation or taxi. This NYC flagship store features an open layout with modern fixtures and bright lighting, displaying dancewear in all sizes and colors. You’ll find all of your favorite Capezio products here, as well as exclusive collections that you won’t be able to find anywhere else.

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    Carmine's Italian Restaurant

    Italian Restaurant in Theatre District
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    I love the concept of Carmine’s: the portions are huge and – like an Italian family meal – are meant to be shared. Just put them in the middle of the table, add a glass of red wine and you feel like in Italy! The waiters are super-nice and the restaurant itself is suitable for families with children. I was there with my family (2 children) and both of my friends were delighted.

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    Casa Mezcal

    Mexican Restaurant in Lower East Side
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    Casa Mezcal is – as the name suggests – a mezcal bar in New York, more precisely in the Lower East Side. Both from the outside and inside, Casa Mezcal shows the Mexican joie de vivre: everything is colorful and the bar is beautifully decorated. There is a huge selection of mezcals and the atmosphere is just great!

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    Cast iron architecture

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    If you’re big into photography, then make sure to bring your camera to this neighborhood. SoHo fashion is some of the best fashion in the country and the art scene is top-notch as well. If photographing people isn’t your thing, then you also have the option of shooting the cast-iron buildings.

    During the industrial revolution, cast-iron architecture was very popular as everyone was convinced that iron was much more substantial and fireproofed than steel. At the time, cast-iron fronts were built more often than normal wooden houses. These typical cast-iron buildings are the reason why so many producers decided to shoot their films or commercials on the streets of SoHo.

    The fire escape staircases along with the architecture give the neighborhood its unique look. These beautiful buildings belong to SoHo similar to how yellow cabs belong to NYC.

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    Catch Roof

    Rooftop Bar in Meatpacking District
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    The Catch Roof is the destination of many real locals to eat or drink cocktails here. The rooftop bar offers a sensational view of the old new Manhattan and has a great lounge. The restaurant is very stylish and there are areas that are great for a romantic dinner.

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    Celeste

    Italian Restaurant in Upper West Side
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    A very popular and well-known restaurant with Italian cuisine. It is quite cramped here – but the food makes up for the lack of space. Attention: Cash only!

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    Central Park Bike Tour

    Bike Tour in Midtown Manhattan
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    The Central Park is a part of NYC you definitely need to explore – What better way to do this than renting a bike! You can rent a number of different bikes and accessories, from hybrids and mountain bikes to child seats for the back.

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    Central Park Conservancy

    Walking Tour in Midtown Manhattan
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    Free Central Park tours are offered by the Central Park Conservancy. Here you will learn all kinds of interesting facts about the history of Central Park, its highlights and most important corners. The meeting point depends on the tour.

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    Central Park Highlights Walking Tour

    Walking Tour in Midtown Manhattan
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    The Walking Tour takes you through the most popular park in New York: Central Park. Next to the TV & Movie Sites Central Park Walking Tour, this is one of the most booked tours. A New York guide will show you the most beautiful areas, spots, bridges and lakes in Central Park, from the Bethesda Fountains to the Central Park Zoo. You’ll also learn about the history of the park and where to take the best photos. 

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    Central Park Holiday Lighting

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    The Annual Central Park Holiday Lighting is always held in December near the Harlem Meer in Central Park and draws several hundred New Yorkers each year. It is a free event, a choir sings and there are a few Christmas booths with delicious food and drinks.

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    Central Park Photography Tour in New York

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    During the Central Park Photo Tour you will be guided by a professional photographer to the best photo spots in the park and receive support and tips on how to take pictures. The tour is suitable for photography enthusiasts of all levels and lasts 2.5 to 3 hours. It begins in front of the Sherman Statue at the corner of 59th Street and 5th Avenue.

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    Charging Bull

    Other Attraction in Financial District
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    The Charging Bull of Wall Street was created by the 1998 artist Arturo Di Modica. The 3,200 kilogram “bronze statue” symbolizes the optimism and strength of the people after the stock market crash of 1986 (in English: Charging Bull). For his work Arturo Di Modica has received the famous “Ellis Island Medal of Honor”.

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    Cheim & Read

    Gallery in Chelsea
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    The gallery was founded in 2001 by John Cheim and Howard Read. In contrast to its typical art neighbours, this exhibition hall is intended to show art that recognizes itself in the “architecturally conceived spatial volume”.

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    Chelsea Piers

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    Chelsea Piers is a sports and entertainment complex located on the West Side Highway.

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    Chelsea Piers

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    All sports fans should definitely go to the Chelsea Piers – these include Piers 59, 60 and 61 between 17th and 23rd Street. The complex consists of bowling alleys, climbing walls, fitness studios, basketball courts, an ice skating and skating rink and an indoor swimming pool.

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    Chelsea Pines Inn

    Hotels & Accommodations in Chelsea
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    4 Stars | This stylish bed & breakfast is located directly in Chelsea. The interior of the hotel is a real eye-catcher: the walls are decorated with original Hollywood movie posters, among other things.

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    Children’s Museum of the Arts New York

    Museum in Hudson Square
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    This museum is for the kids. It introduces children and their families to art. They are able to create art with current working artists. The museum was founded in 1988 and is perfect for kids up to age 15.

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    Chinatown Ice Cream Factory

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    The Original Chinatown Ice Cream Factory offers some of the most unique ice cream flavors in New York City.

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    Chinatown Ice Cream Factory

    Ice Cream in Chinatown
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    One of our favorite things to do in Chinatown NYC is grabbing an ice cream from here and stroll through the busy streets. With amazing flavors and many unique ones at that, this is a must-try! The Original Chinatown Ice Cream Factory offers some of the most unique ice cream flavors in New York City!

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    Chinese New Year Parade

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    Usually, locals and tourists alike will (obviously) flock to New York City’s Chinatown to celebrate the Lunar New Year. A huge Chinese New Year Parade takes place there every year. The official name of the event is called the Lunar New Year and Festival.

    The parade will down Mott and Canal Street. It will then make its way down East Broadway and head towards Manhattan Bridge, and it will ultimately end at Sara D. Roosevelt Park. During the parade, there will also be smaller activities going on in Chinatown NYC. It will have all sorts of street vendors and festivities.

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    Chipotle

    Mexican Restaurant in Midtown Manhattan
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    Chipotle is a famous chain that brought Mexican food to the USA. Although there are many Mexican restaurant options in the Big Apple, it is one of the top low budget restaurants in New York. The menu includes tacos, burritos, quesadillas, burrito bowls and salad bowls. You can find the Mexican restaurant on almost every corner in the city.

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    Chrysler Building Observation Deck

    Building in Midtown Manhattan
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    It was discussed for a long time and now it has finally become reality: The Chrysler Building is to get an observation deck! This is to be built on the 61st floor and transform the current north and south terrace into an observation deck with a view over Midtown, the East River and One Vanderbilt Summit.

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    Cibar

    Bar in Midtown Manhattan
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    The Cibar close to Union Square is one of those hidden little bars that do not really look like anything from the outside. However, if you are inside and want to have one of their delicious drinks (I’m not a rum lover, but on the bartender’s recommendation I tried the “Hedo Rick“. Crazy!) you know what I mean! The Cibar is really a nice bar in New York!

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    Circle Line - Liberty Cruise

    Cruise in Midtown Manhattan
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    If you want to see the Statue of Liberty from close by, without all the hassle of having to wait in a long line for the ferry and being one of very many toruists on Liberty Island, this is the perfect alternative. The Liberty Cruise by Circle Line is a great way to see the NYC skyline from the water, as well as get up close to the Statue of Liberty for some amazing pictures.

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    Circle Line 4th of July Evening Cruise

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    Update: The tour is sold out!

    Circle Line is a very well-known sightseeing cruise operator in New York and also offers one of the best 4th of July cruises. The cruise includes a light dinner with classic summer dishes and great drinks. Most importantly, however, you will enjoy guaranteed views of the fireworks, particularly from the outdoor deck space.

    What you’ll get:

    • light dinner
    • drinks
    • live DJ
    • guaranteed views of the 4th of July fireworks
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    Circle Line New York City Christmas Eve Dinner Cruise

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    On the New York City Christmas Eve Dinner Cruise by Circle Line you can enjoy Christmas in New York in a relaxed atmosphere. Your boat tour starts at Pier 83 at 42nd Street on the Hudson River and takes you past all the major sights of the city in 2.5 hours.

    In addition to the Empire State Building and the One World Trade Center, you will also see Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. The next destination is the East River with the world-famous Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge. 

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    Circle Line: Bear Mountain Cruise

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    New York City has far more to offer than just shopping, museums and skyscrapers. After this trip you will definitely realise how much nature and beauty New York has to offer as well. The nature surrounding New York City is defintiely something you dont want to miss, especially as it provides the perfect contrast to the hustle and bustle of the city.

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    citizenM New York Times Square

    Hotels & Accommodations in Theatre District
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    4 Stars | The citizenM New York in Times Square is a stylish hotel with a lounge, bar and rooftop bar. It is one of the most popular hotels in the area – and thanks to its location, you can reach all the important sights on foot in no time.

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    City Hall Park

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    The City Hall Park in Manhattan New York is one of those parks that you don’t immediately notice. The names of the other parks are too big. But there is a lot to see and to discover in its area. As the name suggests, it is located at the foot of the New York City Hall. It is the oldest of its kind in the USA (already over 200 years old) and is the seat of government of the mayor of NYC.

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    City Vineyard at Pier 26

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    Are you looking for an nice bar with great wines, located directly on the water and with a great view of the One World Trade Center? Then the City Vineyard at Pier 26 is THE spot for you!

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    City Winery

    Wine Bars in Hudson Square
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    Several good things come together in the City Winery: fantastic wines, relaxed atmosphere and concerts.

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    Classic Harbor Line: Lights Cruise

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    Experience New York City’s dazzling lights on this 105-minute sail along the bright and beautiful borough of Manhattan. See sights such as the Statue of Liberty, welcoming travelers with her torch, and Ellis Island, the immigrant doorway to America.

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    Classic Harbor Line: Sail to the Statue of Liberty

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    A day sail on this 105-foot schooner is perfect for family outings, dates, and entertaining guests from out of town and locals alike. A sail on America 2.0 is guaranteed to be a memorable experience.

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    Classic Harbor Line: Sailboat Day Cruise to the Statue of Liberty

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    By far the best way to admire New York City’s iconic skyline is from the water. With this day cruise along the Hudson River, you can take in the most recognized cityscape in the world while relaxing on board the elegant Adirondack schooner. Sip complimentary wine, beer, and Champagne while looking out over iconic sights like the Brooklyn Bridge, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, and Battery Park.

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    Classic Harbor Line: Statue and Skyline Yacht Cruise

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    See New York’s spectacular skyline from the comfort of the Manhattan, a luxury 1920s style yacht. Get up close to the Statue of Liberty as you see New York as it is supposed to be seen, from the water.

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    Classic Harbor Line: Statue of Liberty and New York City Skyline Sightseeing Cruise

    Cruise in Chelsea
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    Many of New York City’s most memorable landmarks can be seen from the water and this cruise lets you see the sights without the crowds. Hop aboard a 1920s-style yacht and set sail around New York Harbor, Liberty Island, and the Hudson River. While on-board, sip an included drink as you admire views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty from the solarium or open-air deck.

    Read more about Statue of Liberty and New York City Skyline Sightseeing Cruise 2020 – https://www.viator.com/tours/New-York-City/Statue-of-Liberty-and-Skyline-Sightseeing-Cruise/d687-6288P9?mcid=56757

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    Classic Harbor Line: Sunset Yacht Cruise

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    Watch the sunset over New York City on an amazing harbor cruise along the Hudson River. Get 360-degree views of Manhattan and its iconic monuments from the open decks or glassed-in back-deck observatory.

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    Club Quarters Hotel

    Hotels & Accommodations in Midtown Manhattan
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    4 stars | The Club Quarters Hotel has, in addition to really stylish rooms, something that only a few hotels in New York have to offer: the lounge “Skybar”, which you can visit as guests and enjoy a great view of the city from here (there is also free coffee and soft drinks). In addition, the rooms are quite large, so that you can also stay well as a family!

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    Columbus Circle Holiday Market

    Christmas Market in Midtown Manhattan
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    Located at Central Park’s southwest corner, in close proximity to the iconic Wollmann ice skating rink, you will find Columbus Circle Holiday Market. What better way to end a perfect wintery stroll through Central Park than with one of the best holiday markets in NYC? This outdoor Christmas market will transport you to a quaint German village enthralled in the holiday spirit.

    With about 100 booths, the European-style Columbus Circle Holiday Market belongs not only to the best but also to the largest holiday markets in NYC. What can you find at the famed circle during the holiday season? Handmade crafts, and one-of-a-kind ornaments make it the quintessential NYC shopping experience. Merry shopping!

    Stop by on a Monday!

    If you find yourself in the area on a Monday, be sure to take advantage of free Broadway performances in the Shops at Columbus Circle thanks to Broadway Under The Stars!

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    Columbus Park

    Park in Chinatown
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    Columbus Park is the biggest park in Chinatown and is a great place to have a seat and watch life unfold around you. You will see that many of the locals meet here to do everything from play chess and exercise to just sitting down reading a book. It is a well known social hangout in the city and is a great place to sit down and have some of the street food you picked up in the nearby streets. 

    In the morning you will see people doing Tai Chi to fuel up for the day. In the afternoon there are mainly fortunetellers and people who play cards. During the warmer months, Columbus Park becomes a popular place to escape the tumultuous Chinatown.

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    Come From Away

    Broadway Show in Theatre District
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    What is the Musical Come From Away About?

    After the attacks on September 11, 2001, when airspace was closed off, some hundred flights being diverted from their original routes. 38 of those planes carrying nearly 7,000 passengers found themselves stranded in the small community of Gander on the isolated island of Newfoundland, Canada. Considering that those stranded, the Come From Aways, doubled the community’s population within a heartbeat, it was clear that the community was not prepared for such a large amount of people. Still, they decided to not only open their homes but also their hearts to the stranded.

    Our Come From Away Review

    The musical Come From Away is unique in many different ways, especially if you think about the topic and the unusual running time for a Broadway show. Additionally, the musical also stands in great contrast to many productions using a pretentious stage design. In Come From Away, most scenes are created with no more than 12 actors and 12 chairs.

    The 12 actors each play two characters, presenting both perspectives: The perspective of the stranded and the locals. The switch between the characters is made in a very subtle, yet clever way – using ordinary resources, such as hats and jackets. The 12 chairs help to create various settings, whether it is a bar, a plane or a bus. The simplicity of the stage design stands in great contrast to the complexity of stories and characters.

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    Comedy Cellar

    Other Art & Culture in Greenwich Village
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    The Comedy Cellar is a Manhattan comedy club where many of New York’s top comedians perform. It was founded in 1982 by the then stand-up comedian and the current TV writer and producer, Bill Grundfest. A show consists of five to seven comics, each lasting about 20 minutes. The club isn’t just exclusive to two New Yorkers. Notable comedians have also performed here such as Chris Rock, Dave Chapelle, Kevin Hart and Aziz Ansari.

    On the weekends, it can get pretty busy. A visit to the Comedy Cellar is an insider tip for anyone who wants to feel like a true New Yorker and is one of the best things to do in Greenwich Village

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    Connolly's Pub & Restaurant

    Bar in Midtown Manhattan
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    The bar Connolly’s Pub and Restaurant is an Irish pub like it is in the book and is for me one of the best pubs in New York. A huge, rustic bar, lots of colourful taps and tons of good whiskey immediately attract attention. The kitchen is also excellent. The burgers are a blast!

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    Connolly's Pub & Restaurant

    Bar in Midtown Manhattan
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    The bar Connolly’s Pub and Restaurant is an Irish pub like it is in the book and is for me one of the best pubs in New York. A huge, rustic bar, lots of colourful taps and tons of good whiskey immediately attract attention. The kitchen is also excellent. The burgers are a blast!

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    Conrad New York Downtown

    Hotels & Accommodations in Battery Park City
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    5 stars | This ultra luxurious all-suite hotel is one of the best hotels in the city center. Conrad stands for luxury, comfort and feel-good factor. The hotel has over 2,000 works of art on display and the spectacular lobby alone is worth a visit. 

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    Converse

    Shoe Store in SoHo
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    If you like sneakers, the Converse flagship store is a must-visit! This location has everything from classic Chuck Taylors to limited-edition designs. In fact, this store was created to display the most extensive collection of limited-edition collaborations and in-season styles. Plus, there are interactive displays and opportunities for customization throughout the flagship store, allowing you to create your new favorite pair of converse.

    This flagship store was designed with creativity in mind – it’s full of bright colors and fun patterns that will make you feel like you’re walking into a piece of art. In addition, you’ll be able to find exclusive products at this location, including one-of-a-kind collaborations with artists and designers.

    Not only do they have great product offerings, but they also have a fantastic customer service team that can help you find whatever it is you might be looking for in your next pair of shoes. If you’re a sneaker lover, you’ll definitely want to check out this flagship store!

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    Cookshop

    American Restaurant in Chelsea
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    Directly from the grill, you’ll get dishes made from fresh and sustainably produced ingredients. But you should expect a waiting time.

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    Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum

    Museum in Upper East Side
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    The Smithsonian has one of the largest collections for design and art worldwide. For art and design lovers alike this musuem is an excellent choice! It is NYC’s answer to the Victoria and Albert Musuem in London, UK.

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    Copper & Oak

    Bar in Lower East Side
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    Ui, this is where we as whiskey fans lost our hearts – the operators behind the bar are the same as from the Brandy Library in Tribeca. Like there, the bar is always well attended. No wonder, the bar is not very big and beautiful. Shelves filled with whiskeys, rum and co instead of books, an illuminated bar and super delicious bar food make it one of the bars that is one of the most beautiful for us!

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    Corkbuzz

    Bar in Greenwich Village
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    The Corkbuzz is a kind of modern interpretation of a wine bar: fresh, clean and super relaxed. It is in direct neighbourhood of Union Square and therefore easy to reach. The choice is huge and the crew really knows what they are doing and what they are serving.

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    Courtyard New York Manhattan

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    3 Stars | The Courtyard New York Manhattan/Midtown West in New York is located at the Hudson Yards and offers cool design, its own restaurant and bar. The view from the rooms on the higher floors is great – depending on where you stay, you can overlook either the Hudson River or see the Empire State Building.

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    Crocodile Lounge

    Bar in East Village
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    The Crocodile Lounge is the Manhattan version of the Alligator Lounge. Also here you get a free pizza with every drink. So enjoy it!

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    Crosby Street Hotel

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    5 stars | In my opinion, the design hotel “Crosby Street Hotel” is one of the most beautiful hotels in all of New York. Like “The Mercer”, it is located in trendy and exclusive SoHo in the direct vicinity of the Museum of Modern Art Design (MOMA). The area is perfect for going out, shopping and eating!

    The 86 rooms and suites are super-stylish. The rooms are large, high, open and bright. The interior – for which Kit Kemp is responsible – offers a wonderful contrast to the loft-like windows, which are huge and reach down to the floor. Everything looks modern, but not without warmth. An absolute design highlight! The Crosby Bar & Terrace offers high standard food at any time of day – the cocktails in particular have a very good reputation.

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    Cuba

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    New Yorkers love the restaurant, especially because of its authenticity. The Cuban music, Latin American interior, excellent mojitos and friendly Cuban staff make this restaurant a must-go. The cuisine is absolutely recommendable. Everything is to the point and it tastes great. My tip: the Churrasco. With it a good wine or a glass of sangria.

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    Cupcake ATM

    Café in Upper East Side
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    The city that never sleeps of course has a way to sell you a freshly made cupcake at any time of day: The Cupcake ATM. Open 24 hours and always loaded with delicious and fresh baked sweet treats, this ATM is definitly one you will remember. We highly recommend a visit to this unique spot in Midtown Manhattan.

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    Da Nico

    Italian Restaurant in Little Italy
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    Especially in summer Da Nico is a popular restaurant because of the many outdoor seating possibilities. The backyard is very romantically designed and invites you to linger. The service is exceptionally friendly and the food is fabulous.

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    Daily Paper NYC Flagship Store

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    The Daily Paper NYC flagship store offers everything from stationery and notebooks to greeting cards and gifts. It’s the perfect place for anyone who loves writing supplies, and it has a very modern and fresh vibe that is sure to please any customer!

    Located on 18 Delancey Street Street, everything about this building, from the outdoor architecture to the inside details, are impressive. The building itself is decked out in a gorgeous blue, and white pattern with the Daily Paper logo plastered on the side.

    Once you walk in, you’ll find yourself in a bright, spacious room with products neatly displayed on white shelves against a light blue backdrop. There’s also an area where you can sit down and work on your latest project – it’s the perfect place to get inspired! You’ll find plenty of exclusive designs here that are only available at this location, so be sure to check it out!

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    Daniel

    French Restaurant in Upper East Side
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    A very elegant French restaurant with excellent cuisine. You should definitely dress up here. Make sure you make a reservation in advance.

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    Dave's

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    Cheap jeans can be found at Dave’s – the shop exists since 1963 and makes much better prices than for example the Levi’s Store

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    David Zwirner

    Gallery in Chelsea
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    David Zwirner is a German art dealer. He comes from a family of artists and grew up with an art studio on the ground floor of where he lived.  He opened his first gallery space in the SoHo neighborhood. In total, there are 3 locations in NY – 19th Street, 20th Street, and 69th Street. In Hong Kong, his gallery is on Queen’s Road Central. In London, you’ll find his gallery on Grafton Street, and in Paris, you’ll see the gallery on rue Vieille du Temple.

    Zwirner specializes in contemporary art, representing emerging artists as well as historically important artists such as Gerhard Richter, Sigmar Polke, Christopher Wool, Jeff Koons, and Gilbert & George. He began re-establishing links with artists of the older generation, including John Baldessari, Robert Motherwell, and Brice Marden, whose work he had first encountered as a student in California.

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    Dear Evan Hansen

    Broadway Show in Theatre District