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U L T I M A T E G U I D E T O N E W Y O R K C I T Y
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contents
The Ultimate Guide to NYC
NEIGHBORHOOD
HIGHLIGHTS
p.18
FEATURES
Times Square
p.32
Theatre District
BROADWAY
p.34
p.36
Fashion District
p.44
MAPS
p.47
Chelsea
p.54
West Village/
p.56
Greenwich Village
Soho/Tribeca
p.57
p. 16 Top 10 things to do in July
Chinatown
p.58
p. 18 The Pride of Gotham
Little Italy
p.59
Financial District
p.60
Lower East Side/
East Village
p.61
Gramercy/
Murray Hill
p.62
Midtown West/
Upper West
p.64
Harlem
p.65
Midtown East
p.66
Central Park
p.68
Upper East
p.69
Brooklyn
p.70
Hamptons
p.74
Take in NYC's best and brightest attractions.
p. 20 Art, al fresco.
Head outside for the hottest exhibits.
p. 22 The First Name in Fine Dining.
Experience top NYC chefs, honored by the
James Beard Foundation.
p. 24 2013 TONY Winners &
New Shows on Broadway
Broadway’s hot with acclaimed productions
and new premieres.
p. 26 Home Run in the Big Apple
Major League Baseball's best head to NYC
for the 2013 All-Star Game.
p. 28 NYC Celebrity Interview
David Wright
p. 30 Welcome to NYC!
p. 72 Hamptons by day, and night
Experience luxury on Long Island at all hours.
p. 80 SHOPPING
p. 86 BROADWAY HIGHLIGHTS
p. 90 MUSEUMS & ATTRACTIONS
Cover Photo: Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks by Jim Souza
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A modern guide to the
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CONCIERGE SERVICE.
CONCIERGE SERVICES:
>Finding theater, sports
and event tickets within
your budget
>Finding tickets to
sold-out performances,
games and shows
>Booking tickets for
attractions and tours
>Planning tours that fit what
you want to see, in the time
you have available
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reserving restaurants
>Arranging transportation
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T
he French were onto something. Establishing a concierge as a
warden to an apartment or hotel not only provided guests with
services and amenities to ease their quality of life...they also provided an expertise that enhanced their enjoyment of it. And so, NYC
caught on.
Concierge service is still widely available in many of the city’s
premier hotels and is provided with the goal to make your stay both
comfortable and memorable. As trained professionals, concierges
offer services that range from arranging airport shuttles to finding
last-minute theater tickets or dinner reservations.
Consider your concierge a "go-to" person for just about anything,
whether it’s a simple need or a big, big wish. A great concierge knows
how to make things happen and knows the right people to contact to
get things done.
>Creating special occasions
(flowers, champagne, gift baskets,
cakes, etc.)
>Making spa reservations
>Arranging babysitting,
pet services, couriers,
on-call doctors or other
special needs
While magazines and the Internet
can be fantastic travel companions,
there is nothing quite as attentive
and skilled as the classic concierge.
Check in, say “hello” and take it
seriously when they ask “How can I
help you?”....because they truly can!
TOP TEN
Get Jazzed.
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The city’s top jazz clubs sizzle.
Delight in Dance.
From the first name in NYC arts, Lincoln Center,
comes perhaps the city’s most premier jazz club,
Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola (10 Columbus Circle,
#5). Explore the world-class multi-story space
perched high above Central Park while you enjoy
a down-home southern menu and the best in live
jazz, every night of the week. Further downtown,
experience one of the sleekest, most chic spots
for live jazz, Jazz Standard (116 E. 27th St.).
Just downstairs from the popular Blue Smoke
restaurant, Jazz Standard offers intimate red
banquets, 20 varieties of tequila and some of the
biggest jazz names in town.
Ballet and midsummer magic abound.
Whether you’re watching the ballet or learning to swing, summer
in the city has a world of dance to enjoy. Don’t miss the end of the
American Ballet Theatre’s Spring Season, hosted at the Metropolitan
Opera House through 7/6 (metoperafamily.org). Go online now to grab
tickets to a moving performance like that of “The Sleeping Beauty.”
Running through 7/13 at Lincoln Center is a favorite of dance-lovers,
the Midsummer Night Swing. This annual outdoor dance party has been
going strong for 25 years, offering select dance styles each night, along
with live music. It’s a fabulous way to enjoy dance at one of the city’s
premier arts establishments (midsummernightswing.org).
Hit The Beach.
Quick trips get you near the waves.
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While the urban jungle is fun, nothing compares to the beaches
surrounding NYC. A favorite of locals and accessible by the MTA
subway, Rockaway Beach sits on the stunning Atlantic with a wide
boardwalk and the city’s only legal surfing area (nycgovparks.org).
For a concert destination, check out Jones Beach on the shore of
Long Island. A summer concert series and a “no radio” policy make it
ideal for those looking for a scene or a bit of silence (nysparks.com).
Finally, Long Beach offers soft white sand and a two-mile boardwalk.
Plus, the combo ticket from NYC’s Penn Station makes the trip easy
with a roundtrip ticket and beach pass for roughly $20 (mta.info).
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Sweeten Up.
Source the best boutique chocolate in town.
On your visit to NYC, don’t skip dessert. Boutique
chocolatiers abound with outstanding selections. Visit L.A.
Burdick’s Café & Chocolate Shop for luscious chocolate
confections as well as pastries and beverages, including
their amazing single-source hot chocolate...with a bit
of liquor, of course (5 E. 20th St.). Ever-inspiring in the
chocolate-world, Jacque Torres Chocolate hosts a dream
cafe that allows visitors to witness the magical process (350
Hudson St.). Don’t miss the champagne truffles! Finally,
the Parisian master chocolatier La Maison du Chocolat
lures people in with rich, lingering ganaches that offer just
the right hint of fruit (30 Rockefeller Center).
Gansevoort Hotel - Plunge Bar & Lounge
Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola
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Sip By The Water.
Go Punk.
NYC bars go poolside.
A bar is a bar...until it has a pool.
Check out our favorite bars and lounges
that make waves with a scene like
no other. D.I.P. Aqua Bar + Lounge
at the Grace Hotel wows party-goers
with a heated pool and swim-up bar.
Stadium seating surrounds the water
with the option of bottle service as you
people-watch (125 W. 45th St.). Always
a headliner on the nightlife scene, the
Hotel Gansevoort also offers a watercentric scene for those who love to dip,
or bikini-watch. The 360-degree view of
the skyline at its Plunge Bar + Lounge
is accompanied by a sprawling loft,
balconies and a shimmering pool. Book
a room to gain access to the pool, or just
sip a signature cocktail and take in the
poolside vibe (18 Ninth Ave.).
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Lafayette
One of the most talked-about shows of the
city this summer is riddled with rock, riots
and piercings. “PUNK: Chaos to Couture”
at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a
must-see, even for those not acquainted
with the punk scene (metmuseum.org).
Running through 8/14, this exhibit dives
deep into the lasting impression punk had
on fashion in the 1970’s and through today.
Check out roughly 100 designs for men
and women, organized by material and
including original pieces. As an immersive
multimedia, multisensory experience, the
garments will come to life through music
and audio effects, making for one of the
richest displays of the summer.
Accessorize Right.
The best spots for that extra something.
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For big purchases or special things in small boxes, NYC is tough to beat.
Add a pop of color or a bit of flare to your summer style with exceptional
accessories at our favorite shops. The summer pop-up shop BaubleBar
in SOHO masters the details with a well-curated collection of designer
accessories at surprisingly friendly prices (131 Greene Street). Even
better, book a personal styling appointment at their headquarters in
the Flatiron District (baublebar.com). Uptown at Schutz you’ll find the
whimsical creations of the iconic Brazilian footwear and accessories
brand (655 Madison Ave.). From glittery sandals to one-of-a-kind extras,
it’s an artful ode to accessories. Finally, hit SOHO for a visit to the
store Warm for a concept store brimming with feel-good finds (181 Mott
St.). From carefully crafted home goods to capsule collections from top
accessories designers, Warm makes you feel just that.
Go Mad.
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The Met hosts one of the edgiest exhibits
in town.
Shop the shops of Madison Avenue.
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Landmarc - Time Warner Center
Dine Fine.
Columbus Circle Shops house top restaurants.
Columbus Circle is a pulse for not only shops, but
also for the city’s most exciting restaurants. Reserve
a spot at the neo-industrial chic Landmarc for the
classic grilled boudin blanc with apples and onions
(10 Columbus Circle, 3rd fl.). For eastern inspiration,
dine at the ever-mesmerizing Masa (10 Columbus
Circle, 4th fl.). Chef Masa Takayama is a master with
sushi, and impeccable in his taste and technique.
From risotto folded with uni and truffles to slabs
of foie gras cooked in a shabu-shabu pot, Masa will
amaze you. Finally, Thomas Keller made himself a
legend with The French Laundry, and he maintains
his reputation with the brilliant Per Se (10 Columbus
Circle, 4th fl.). The sleek, modern dining room gives
way to creative American cuisine with exquisite
attention to detail. The menu changes continually,
packed with seasonal surprises.
Make it a Margarita.
It’s the season to sip.
Summer means margaritas. While there are
plenty of great pours in the city, our favorites
standout with exceptional recipes and vibrant
scenes. For organic agave tequilas and a
signature Double Secret Probation Margarita
perfected with Grand Marnier Cuvée Du
Centenaire and fresh squeezed citrus, there’s
no place like Sueños (311 W. 17th St.). For
a sexy, subterranean atmosphere, visit La
Esquina and sample their extensive list of
tequilas, or their fresh, flavorful blood orange
margarita (114 Kenmare St.). Finally, sip the
wonder of the Sugarcane Chipotle Margarita
at Pampano (209 E. 49th St.). The drinks are
masterful and the modern, chic atmosphere
is perfect for both big groups or intimate date
nights.
Madison Avenue isn’t just for advertising; it hosts
some of the world’s best shopping, all on one
street. Check out London-based Alfred Dunhill
for superb leather goods and unique finds like
retro gadgets, bags and other artful oddities (545
Madison Ave.). For a dose of something shimmery,
there’s no place like Baccarat (635 Madison Ave.).
Browse (or buy!) their world-class collection of
crystal, styled from traditional to whimsical, for
a standout piece in the home. Finally, for audio/
videophiles, the Sony Style flagship store is a
magnet for all things electronic. The spacious
showroom is packed with the latest innovations
along with gadgets, games and every accessory
imaginable (550 Madison Ave.).
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The Pride of Gotham
Take in NYC’s best and brightest attractions.
F
rom patriotic bursts of fireworks
to droves of marchers in the West
Village, July in NYC is brimming
with pride and joy. Mark your calendar
for the remarkable Gay Pride Parade,
running 7/28 - 7/30. Just one month after
the Stonewall Riots in 1969, the first
Gay Pride Rally was held, and today it
still gathers thousands. Check online
for a range of events, including rallies,
parties and the epic march on 7/30.
Grand Marshals Edith Windsor, Harry
Belafonte and Earl Fowlkes will head
the parade down Fifth Avenue from
36th Street, so don’t miss this powerful
celebration of the gay community.
Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks
While an all-American city, NYC is
also the proud home to some of the
most outstanding French cuisine in the
country. French Restaurant Week
runs 7/8 - 7/14 and invites diners to
experience prix fixe menus and various
events around town. Grab tickets for
the Bastille Day Ball on 7/12; the VIP
ticket comes with red carpet treatment,
a private lounge and gourmet buffet.
Gay Pride Parade
For one of the city’s proudest parks,
head to the center. The New York
Philharmonic will be hosting its
annual outdoor concert series, with free
performances in Central Park 7/13 and
7/15. Since 1965 these free concerts
have become a symbol of NYC summer
splendor, with picnickers, music and
more -- all under the pastoral spell of
Central Park.
Just as magical is the free Lincoln
Center Out of Doors festival, running
7/24 - 8/11. In its 43rd season, this
festival celebrates the Kronos Quartet’s
40th anniversary with a week of
unparalleled musical events including a
family day and collaborations with pop,
indie and world music artists.
The proudest event this month is surely
Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks, 7/4
at 9PM. Find a spot along the city’s west
side, below 59th Street, and look forward
to roughly 40,000 shells launching over
the Hudson River from 24th - 50th Street.
This year, the country’s largest fireworks
display will feature a soundtrack by
R&B icon Usher. Written by Meghan Figueroa
From marching and music to French cuisine and fireworks, the Big Apple
Lincoln Center Out of Doors
Central Park - The New York Philharmonic
Bastille Day
is at its best, brightest and proudest this month. Explore and see why.
Madison Square Park - Orly Genger’s “Red, Yellow and Blue” installation
Art
al fresco.
Head ou t s i d e fo r t h e h o t t e s t e x h i b i t s .
F
or some of the city’s most exciting displays
this July, think outside the museum. Outdoor exhibits abound and offer free art
amidst the bustling cityscape. Start your tour
in Madison Square Park for Orly Genger’s
“Red, Yellow and Blue” installation (madisonsquarepark.org). Running through 9/8, this commissioned work consists of 1.4 million feet of rope,
coated in over 3,500 gallons of paint and weighing
in at nearly 100,000 pounds. Marvel at the three
separate structures of layered rope which bring a
vibrant new interactive component to the park.
For a fun pop of color, head to Beach Street Park
to see Cheryl Farber Smith’s “Mellow Yellow,”
on display through 10/27 (nycgovparks.org/art).
This 9-foot tall aluminum sculpture features a
symphony of geometric shapes that seem to swirl
and dance before the eye, all painted in a bright
burst of yellow. Brilliantly planted in TriBeCa
Park, this work of art provides a buzzing pop of
color in a pleasantly canopied outdoor setting.
Finally, one of the premier outdoor art hubs in the
city, The High Line park, hosts Carol Bove’s
“Caterpillar” (thehighline.org). This exciting
commission features seven sculptures that decorate the third and final segment of the High Line,
along the Rail Yards. Dotting the 300-yard stretch
of the High Line, Bove’s sculptures rest amidst
unruly vegetation, creating a unique viewing experience, surrounded by wilderness. “Caterpillar” is free to view, but requires reservations on
select days. It also offers art-enthusiasts a coveted, sneak peek at the final segment of the High
Line, which doesn’t open as public park space
until 2014. Elevated above the city and offering
remarkable views of the Hudson River, The High
Line is a must for any art or outdoor-lover.
While the Big Apple’s world-renowned museums
deserve big praises for their works, this July some
of the most awe-inspiring pieces reside not inside,
but outside the gallery walls.
Written by Meghan Figueroa
The High Line - Carol Bove’s “Caterpillar”
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Beach Street Park - Cheryl Farber Smith’s “Mellow Yellow”
Award Winning Dining
Experience top NYC chefs, honored by the James Beard Foundation
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Wylie Dufresne
wo words: James Beard. The renowned
first-name in culinary honors and
excellence, the James Beard Foundation
has been blessing NYC restaurants
with honors for years, and 2013 is no
different. The shortlist of nominees for
Best Chef features some of the city’s—and perhaps the
world’s—most inspired and innovative talent.
Sample them all by starting at The Spotted Pig
for April Bloomfield's pitch-perfect gastro-pub fare
(314 W. 11th St.). Elevated pub food with a bit of
Italian flare makes this a comfortable place to lounge
beside an open window and enjoy a crispy pig ear with
lemon caper dressing.
Fellow nominee Mark Ladner shines at Del Posto
where he turns out refined Italian cuisine amidst a
plush dining room and live piano music. Order up
delicious dishes like a succulent heritage port trio
served with ribollita alla casella (85 Tenth Ave.).
For top honors
and unforgettable food,
wd-50
the James Beard Best
Chef nominees are in a
league, and kitchen,
all their own.
For a seasonal menu bursting with flavor, chef
Jonathan Waxman delivers just that at Barbuto
(775 Washington St.). The wood-burning brick
oven yields both a rustic atmosphere and delicately
balanced dishes. The menu changes almost daily,
offering hearty plates like prime hanger steak with
poblanos & cipollini.
For a shimmering ode to seafood, don’t miss
sampling chef Michael White’s creations at Marea
(240 Central Park South). With a name meaning
“tide” in Italian, the menu reflects the bounty of the
sea. Enjoy the crudo bar in the lounge or reserve a spot
in the dining room where fish from around the world
are paraded by all the tables as a show of excellence.
Caviar and oysters are a must, and for a burst of
summer flavor, try the salsa verde crusted Alaskan
Halibut with spring onion, morels, potatoes and peas.
Michael White
Jonathan Waxman
Marea
Spotted Pig
April Bloomfield
And of course, the winner of the James Beard
Best Chef award, Wylie Dufresne of wd-50 is a
shining example of culinary creativity (50 Clinton
St.). Opt for the tasting menu to fully experience his
genius. Molecular gastronomy at its finest and most
delicious, Dufresne’s technique is just as brilliant
as his dishes. Chilled egg drop soup is rich with sea
urchin, mushroom and radish and all of his dishes
come packed with flavor and surprise.
Written by Meghan Figueroa
Barbuto
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Mark Ladner
2013 TONY Winners
& New Shows on broadway!
T
he 2013 TONY Awards aired last month and
most of the big winners are still lighting up
Broadway! For 67 years, the Tony Awards
have served as the “Oscars” of Broadway theatre.
This July, catch an award-winning hit or be the first
to experience one of Broadway’s newest productions.
Kinky Boots
Broadway’s hot with acclaimed productions and new premieres.
Pippin
Kinky Boots, the high-heeled Cyndi Lauper
(“True Colors”, “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”)-Harvey Fierstein (Hairspray) musical adaptation reigns
supreme with six TONY wins,
including Best Musical, Best
Leading Actor, and Best Score (Al
Hirschfeld Theatre, 302 W. 45th
St.). The story follows Charlie
Price, a young man who suddenly
inherits his father’s struggling
shoe factory and turns to the fetish-footwear business with the
help of a fabulous drag performer
named Lola. It’s a funny and
heartwarming story about acceptance, discovery, and being true
to oneself in the face of adversity.
Matilda the Musical, the
enchanting tale of an extraordinary little girl who dares to take
a stand and change her destiny,
places second with four TONY
Awards including Best Featured
Actor and Best Book of a Musical
(Schubert Theatre, 225 W. 44th
St.). It’s a witty adaptation of
best-selling author Roald Dahl’s
(Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) beloved children’s novel and
features outstandingly impressive dancing and singing by an
immensely talented young cast.
Also racking up four TONY
Awards including Best Leading
Actress and Best Musical Revival
is Pippin, the exhilarating coming-of-age musical about a young prince on a deathdefying journey to find meaning in his existence (Music Box Theatre, 239 W. 45th St.). Pippin features
Matilda
Cinderella
sizzling Fosse-style choreography, a remarkable
score by Tony nominee Stephen Schwartz (Godspell,
Wicked), and high-flying circus acrobatics that will
leave theatergoers awestruck.
For an equally magical theater outing, grab the
kids and experience Rodgers & Hammerstein’s
TONY-winning musical revival Cinderella in its
first Broadway run (Broadway Theatre, 1681 Broadway). Featuring a contemporary book by playwright
Douglas Carter Beane (Sister Act,
The Nance), it’s a classic fairytale
and the ultimate makeover story
complete with glass slippers,
fresh twists and hilarious moments throughout.
Forever Tango
If you’re looking to get a head
start on the new post-TONY’s
season, take part in Beatlemania
and order tickets to the musical
revue Let it Be (St. James Theatre, 246 W. 44th St.). Preview
performances begin 7/16 for this
“media-rich theatrical concert”
that showcases the world’s most
successful rock’n’roll band from
their humble beginnings to their
later masterpieces. It features a
live band and video footage to recreate the Beatles’ extraordinary
journey.
Lastly, if the feeling of tango
tugs at your heartstrings more
than the Fab Four, Forever Tango is a must-see performance that
traces the colorful history of music’s most romantic genre (Walter
Kerr Theatre, 219 W. 48th St.).
It features dance couples, an onstage orchestra equipped with
the accordion-like bandoneon inLet it Be
strument, and five-time Grammy
Winner Gilberto Santa as a special guest vocalist for the first three weeks of the engagement. Preview performances begin 7/9.
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T
he 2013 Major League Baseball All-Star
Game will be held at Citi Field, home of
the New York Mets, on Tuesday 7/16 at
8PM. The best in the American League
(home of the Yankees) face off against the
National League’s finest (which includes the
Mets) with the winning league getting home
field advantage in October’s World Series.
The game provides a unique opportunity to
see all of baseball’s superstars like triplecrown winner Miguel Cabrera and secondyear superstars Mike Trout and Bryce Harper.
Before the game, the red carpet will be rolled
out, literally, as the participating players will
take part in a parade on 42nd Street from 6th
Avenue to 2nd Avenue, creating a phenomenal
photo opportunity.
Home Run in the Big Apple
Major League Baseball’s best head to New York City for the 2013 All-Star Game.
The All-Star Game is the culmination of a
celebration of the national pastime. The fun
kicks off on Friday 7/12 at the Fan Fest at the
Javits Center in Manhattan and runs through
Tuesday 7/16. The Fan Fest is the ultimate
experience for baseball fans: test your skills,
meet legendary players, take great pictures,
and pick up All-Star Game souvenirs. New
York baseball legends Dwight Gooden and
Darryl Strawberry are among the greats of the
game expected to attend.
All-Star Sunday brings a great doubleheader,
with the All-Star Futures Game and the AllStar Legends and Celebrity Softball Game.
Since 1999 the game, organized in a “USA
against the World” format, has featured dozens
of players who have gone on to be MLB AllStars. Some of the greats who have played in
this game include CC Sabathia, Josh Hamilton
and Justin Verlander. The softball game
features a mix of Hollywood celebrities, and
legends of baseball. Past celebrity participants
include swimsuit model Kate Upton and “Mad
Men” star Jon Hamm. The evening is capped
off with a fireworks display.
Citi Field
Possibly the most popular event of the week
is the Home Run Derby, held on Monday night.
This year’s teams will be chosen by captains
David Wright of the Mets and past winner
Robinson Cano of the Yankees. Prepare to ooh
and ahh as balls fly out of the ballpark.
Whether you are a die-hard baseball fan,
or a casual observer, All-Star Week is always
fantastic. And like everything else in New
York, expect it to be even bigger and better
than usual! Be sure to check allstargame.com
for complete details on venues, directions and
ticket information, or check with your hotel
concierge for help!
Robinson Cano
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David Wright is the All-Star third baseman
and captain of the New York Mets. Since
joining the team in 2004, he has established
himself as one of the greatest Mets of all
time, already holding a number of team
records. David is a true NYC icon: you can
see David’s face on the front of a Gray Line
tour bus as part of their Ride of Fame!
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Undoubtedly the heartbeat of the Big Apple, Times
Square is an electrifying neighborhood brimming with
Broadway shows, a wide range of shops, restaurants
and an energy that never sleeps!
2. Theatre District p.34
Nestled amidst Times Square, the Theater District
is anchored around Broadway and boasts over 40
professional theater houses. Both bustling and
cozy hotels abound, along with great spots for
pre- and post-show dining and drinks.
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3. Fashion District p.44
Take it in! Whether by bus, by boat or by foot, NYC
is an endless sea of itineraries. Strolling up Fifth
Avenue from 50th Street parades you past luxury
shops and legendary museums along Central Park.
Zig-zagging down Broadway below Houston, will
acquaint you with the trendiest and toniest SoHo
has to offer. And a simple stroll from Ground Zero
down to Battery Park for a reflective view of Lady
Liberty will remind you why this city is perhaps
the greatest place on earth. Any way you tour it,
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This best kept secret of a ‘hood is the fashion
capital for some of the world’s top designers.
From Bryant Park and Macy’s stretching
up toward Madison Square Garden you’ll
find wholesale fabric and trimmings, and if
you’re good...showrooms and sample sales!
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Home to Museum Row,
Bloomingdales and more,
this stretch along the East
side of the park abounds
with culture, from the finest
dining to the most charming
museums.
12. Harlem p.65
An area of rich cultural diversity
with icons like the Apollo Theater
and the Cathedral of St. John the
Divine, Harlem and Washington
Heights are still magnetic with a
growing college community.
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11. Midtown West/
A vibrant mix of cutting edge art galleries,
quaint streets, great dining and five-star
attractions like The High Line, Chelsea
Piers Rec Center and Chelsea Market makes
Chelsea a diverse and exciting area.
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Greenwich Village p.56
Perhaps no other neighborhood captures the
romance of NYC quite like this area. Cozy
tree-lined streets feel like a movie set, celebrities dine alongside you at brunch, and shopping is top notch!
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Fast becoming a hotbed of great dining and trendy hotels, this area has it
all...including a stunning entrance to
Central Park and some of the city’s most
celebrated museums.
10. Gramercy / Murray Hill p.62
The crown jewel of this area is the beautiful Gramercy
Park, around which are situated charming, historic
homes and a lively pocket of Indian and ethnic dining
in Murray Hill.
6. SoHo / Tribeca p.57
9. Lower East Side / East Village p.61
Stunning cast iron buildings and premium boutique
shopping make these downtown neighborhoods a must
for those who browse and dine in style.
Perhaps the hippest downtown ‘hoods, these areas are
packed with amazing restaurants in all price ranges,
both boutique and thrift shops, and a young, artsy vibe.
7. Chinatown p.58 Little Italy p.59
8. Financial District p.60
These two charming and historic little neighborhoods
still thrive with authentic cuisine, unique imports and
a buzzing culture that’s like no other place in the city.
Home to Wall Street, Trinity Church and the World
Trade Center site, the Financial District is steeped in
history. Walk the crooked streets slowly and awe at the
inspiring architecture.
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dubbed the “Crossroads of the
World,” Times Square is never
short on color or culture. Earning its
name after the New York Times moved
its headquarters there, Times Square
has flourished as a cultural hub of the
city, abuzz with roughly 39 million visitors each year. For world-class cuisine,
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse is renowned for
a signature porterhouse and extensive
wine list, while celebrity chef Bobby
Flay makes his mark with Bar Americain, a refined mix of bold and beautiful
Southern flavors. Big and small shops
abound, like premium US retailers including the GAP, American Eagle and
the cosmetic mecca Sephora. For a
unique boutique selection, visit W Hotels the Store for chic and stylish wares
including Michael Kors watches, designer handbags and spa products from
the downtown brand, Bliss. For shopping, strolling, dining or just basking in
the bright lights...Times Square may be
both the city’s heart, and soul.
Restaurants
Ammos
52 Vanderbilt Ave. (45th St.)
212.922.9999
This upscale open space Mediterranean seafood restaurant serves authentic Greek food
with a blend of both new age and traditional
Greek flair - complete with delicious fish
imported from Greece!
Dave & Buster’s
234 W. 42nd St.
(7th & 8th Aves.)
646.495.2015
Dave & Buster’s is the most eclectic fusion of
family fun with delicious American cuisine,
over 50 signature drinks and perfectly mixed
cocktails. To top off the memorable dining
experience, the Million Dollar Midway hosts
dozens of different video games and interactive gaming, providing the perfect entertainment for the whole family!
Ruby Foo’s
1626 Broadway (49th St.)
212.489.5600
Expertly bringing together Chinese, Thai and
Japanese food, Ruby Foo’s Times Square restaurant has a variety of options. Take a seat
at the sushi bar, where you may be shocked
to find some of the best sushi in the neighborhood.
Blue Fin
1567 Broadway (47th St.)
212.918.1400
This 400-seat Seafood-centric restaurant is
a refreshing find amidst the carnival that is
Times Square.
Hard Rock Cafe
1501 Broadway (43rd & 44th Sts.)
212.343.3355
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tantalizing food and drinks and an awe-inspiring rock memorabilia collection.
Bubba Gumps
1501 Broadway
(43rd & 44th Sts.)
212.391.7100
See the hustle and bustle of Times Square
while you dine on shrimp the way you like it!
You’ll find a wide selection of great options
including fresh fish, salads, ribs and much
more!
Inakaya
Robata Grill & Sushi
231 W. 40th St. (7th & 8th Aves.)
212.354.2195
With a 3-section kitchen (Robata Grill, Sushi
Bar, and Main Kitchen) combining forces,
they will enlighten you with fine dining.
Carmine’s
200 W. 44th St. (7th & 8th Aves.)
212.221.3800
Large portions of homestyle antipasti, pastas,
seafood and meat entrees served family style!
Perfect for a feast before or after your Broadway Show.
Pulse Karaoke
135 W. 41st St. (6th & 7th Aves.)
212.278.0090
Pulse Karaoke’s ultra-modern venue offers
visitors the chance to belt out their high notes
either for the entire bar or in a swanky private room. Carrying virtually every song, this
karaoke bar even offers delicious American
cuisine. Don’t you want to be a superstar?
Bowlmor Lanes
222 W. 44th St. (7th & 8th Aves.)
212.680.0012
This ultra-hip NYC bowling mecca stands in
a league of its own with its state-of-the-art
design elements, gourmet cuisine, and professional event hosting. Partake in America’s favorite pastime with style at this high-energy
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1514 Broadway
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646.366.8800
One of the Big Apple’s top tourist attractions,
this flagship location has the power to bring
out the kid in everyone! The oversize Ferris
Wheel, animatronic Tyrannosaurus Rex from
Jurassic Park and the life size dollhouse will
turn any adult or child into a Toys R US kid!
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A
nchored around 8th Avenue, the
Theatre District is surely one of
the most invigorating destinations in Manhattan. For both the stars
of the show and its starry-eyed audiences, nothing compares to this stretch
of Broadway dubbed “The Great White
Way,” after being one of the first streets
to be illuminated by electric lamps in
1880. And to this day, all the lights still
shine brightest in this neighborhood.
Vintage theatres feature cozy seating,
velvet curtains and world-class productions, while surrounding restaurants offer chic atmospheres and superb menus.
For a warm, yet modern ambiance, visit
Charlie Palmer’s popular spot Aureole,
and for exceptionally fresh seafood in
a crisp, white atmosphere, Oceana is a
must. Both restaurants, like many in this
neighborhood, offer special pre- and posttheatre menus, making the Theatre District a perfect place for an evening out.
Many productions offer both matinee and
evening showings, so grab your tickets
and set out for the dazzling center stage
of the city: the Theatre District.
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Restaurants
Broadway Joe Steak House
315 W. 46th St. (8th Ave.)
212.246.6513
Savor the flavor of perfectly prepared steaks
at Restaurant Row’s legendary steakhouse
that not only serves unforgettable meals, but
caters effortlessly to the pre-theatre rush!
Executive Chef Craig Cupani has created a
contemporary American menu that sets this
restaurant apart from the other choices in the
neighborhood. Fresh, seasonal ingredients
are the emphasis here and the results are fantastic. Offering pre or post theater prex-fixe.
Aureole
135 W. 42nd St.
(bet. 6th & 7th Aves.) 212.319.1660
Bistro Milano
1350 Avenue of the Americas
(55th St.) 212.757.2600
An airy space, sleek design and impeccable
American cuisine make this spot a must. The
bar is perfect for a drink and snack, and the
$55 pre-theatre menu hits the spot.
Combines the rich tradition of Northern Italian cuisine with not only the warm and elegant dining room, but with the rare addition
of a charming outdoor patio.
Bar Americain
152 W. 52nd St.(bet. 6th & 7th Aves.)
212.265.9700
Lindy's
825 7th Ave. (53rd St.)
212.767.8344
Celebrity Chef Bobby Flay opened this standout focusing on Southern food with a twist.
Smoky corn chowder or a simple salad - you’ll
find something for everyone at the table.
Lindy’s serves up some of the city’s best
corned beef sandwiches and is known all
across town for their incredibly moist and delicious cheesecake!
Brasserie Athenée
300 W. 46th St. (8th Ave.)
212.399.1100
The Copacabana
268 W. 47th St. (8th Ave.)
212.221.2672
This elegant French bistro boasts large windows, and a warm, woodsy room. Satisfy your
craving for a solid burger or succulent seafood, all while people-watching.
Known across the world and instantly
thought of whenever there is a mention of
‘Lola’, the classic latin themed nightclub and
restaurant is back and better than ever with
grandiose completed renovations. Step in to
enjoy the delicious buffet or to dance the night
away here at the Copacabana!
Bobby Van’s Steakhouse
135 W. 50th St. (7th Ave.)
212.957.5050
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252 W. 47th St. (bet. 7th & 8th Aves.)
212.730.4800
Bobby Van’s Steakhouse is known for its Porterhouse, but this 200-seat classic steakhouse
situated between Radio City Music Hall and
the Winter Garden, prepares unbeatable
American Cuisine ranging from lobster and
crab cakes to chicken francese and penne pomodoro.
Oceana
120 W. 49th St. (bet. 6th & 7th Aves.)
212.759.5941
Offers bold American seafood in a modern
and elegant space. Driven by fresh, seasonal
ingredients from the global pantry. This spacious venue provides a variety of options for
lunch, dinner, cocktails, and small
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Broadway Shows
GUIDE TO BROADWAY
New York is the premier destination for theater in the world; with
so many plays and musicals in production at any given time, there’s
certainly no shortage of amazing theater to choose from. So why
not take the advice of the experts and see one of the 2012 Tony
Award-winning shows? Peruse the NYCM show listings on the
following “Theatre District” pages and pick your favorite (or two!).
Now that you have your show(s) picked out, it’s time to buy tickets!
To buy tickets for all shows on Broadway go to :
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25 Matilda (Shubert)
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Annie
Palace Theatre
1564 Broadway (47th St.)
Set in 1930s NYC, Annie is the timeless
tale of a little orphan’s journey from rags to
riches. Endearingly catchy songs and a world
of charm and humor make this a classic for
all ages, with themes of hope, courage and
friendship. Tues. & Thurs., 7; Wed., 2 & 8;
Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 3.
The Assembled Parties
Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
261 W. 47th St. (8th Ave.)
Broadway’s Longest
Running Musical
Richard Greenberg’s story of an affluent Jewish family on the Upper West Side between
1980-2000 shows the repercussions of a
houseguest at a holiday party more than 20
years later. Tues., 7; Wed., 2 & 7; Thurs. &
Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 2. Closes 7/28.
The Book of Mormon
Eugene O’Neill Theatre
230 W. 49th St. (8th Ave.)
Once in a blue moon does Broadway get a
show that’s so shockingly different and hysterical as The Book of Mormon. From the people behind South Park and Avenue Q comes
this hilarious tale of two Mormon missionaries headed to Uganda.Tues.-Thurs., 7; Fri.,
8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 2 & 7.
Chicago
Ambassador Theatre
219 W. 49th St. (8th Ave.)
Classic Fosse choreography plus a musical
tale of murder and corruption make Chicago a sultry sensation. It’s sexy, it’s indulgent...it’s a show that winds you around its
finger and has you coming back for more.
Mon.,Tues.,Thurs.,Fri., 8; Sat., 2:30 & 8;
Sun., 2:30 & 7.
Cinderella
Broadway Theatre
1681 Broadway (53rd St.)
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The highly anticipated stage adaptation of
Rodgers and Hammerstein's magnificent musical. The story of a young woman who, forced
into servitude, transforms into a beautiful
princess with the help of her Fairy Godmother. Features a new book by Douglas Carter
Beane that promises fresh twists! Tues., 7;
Wed., 2 & 7:30; Thurs., 7; Fri., 8; Sat., 2 &
8; Sun., 3.
First Date
Longacre Theatre
220 W. 48th St. (Broadway)
A new musical comedy about the most dangerous human endeavor in existence, the
dreaded blind date. When tightly wound
Aaron is set up with cool girl Casey, a quick
drink turns into a hilarious dinner served
with sides of Google background checks, fake
emergency phone calls, a slew of bad boy and
uptown girl exes, and some seriously saucy
chemistry. Set in a jaded city full of missed
connections, their unpredictable evening
unfolds in real time. Previews begin 7/9.
Tues.-Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 3 & 7.
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16 world-class tango dancers, 1 vocalist and
an 11-piece orchestra (accompanied by the
accordion-like bandoneon!) will leave you
breathless in this highly anticipated musical revival. It’s passionate, yet melancholic.
Tender, yet violent and seductive. An Argentinean flavored tour de force you don’t want
to miss! Featured guest star Gilberto Santa
Rosa from 7/9-7/28. Previews begin 7/9.
Tues.-Sat., 8; Wed.Sat.Sun., 3.
Jersey Boys
August Wilson Theatre
245 W. 52nd St. (8th Ave.)
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still going strong telling the story of Frankie
Valli and the Four Seasons, as they journey from Jersey kids to music superstars.
Tues.,Thurs., 7; Wed., 2 & 7; Fri., 8; Sat.,
2 & 8; Sun., 3.
Kinky Boots
Al Hirchfield Theatre
302 W. 45th St. (8th Ave.)
Based on a true story of a conservative but
failing British men's footwear factory that
switches gears and starts producing kinky
boots. Features a score by Cyndi Lauper and
book by Harvey Fierstein. Tues. & Thurs.,
7; Wed., 2 & 8; Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 3.
Let It Be
St.James Theatre
246 W. 44th St. (8th Ave.)
A media-rich theatrical concert showcasing
the works of the Beatles, the world’s most
successful rock ’n’ roll band. The concert employs a live band and video footage to tell the
story of the group's meteoric rise from humble beginnings in Liverpool’s Cavern Club,
through the height of Beatlemania, to their
later studio masterpieces. Previews begin
7/16. Mon.Tues.Thurs.Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8;
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Minskoff Theatre
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Macbeth
Ethel Barrymore Theatre
243 W. 47th St. (Broadway)
TONY-winner Alan Cumming stars in this
one-man incarnation of Shakespeare’s Scottish play. Mon., Tues., Thurs., 7; Fri. &
Sat., 8; Sun., 3. Closes 7/14.
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show has wowed over 50 million people by
bringing to life the Serengeti right here in
Manhattan. Dazzling costumes and unforgettable music transport you in this remarkable
show. Tues., 7: Wed. & Sat., 2 & 8; Thurs.
& Fri., 8; Sun., 3.
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Winter Garden
1634 Broadway (50th St.)
Woven with classic music from the band
Abba, Mamma Mia is an absolute win for every member of the family who has a toe to tap.
Mon., Wed.-Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 2 & 7.
Matilda: The Musical
Shubert Theatre
225 W. 44th St. (7th Ave.)
This cherished childhood classic tells the
story of an intelligent and gifted child who,
unloved at home, tries to rid her school of evil
headmistress Miss Trunchbull. Adapted from
the popular 1988 Roald Dahl novel, Matilda
heads to B’Way after garnering a record seven
Olivier Awards in London. Tues., 7; Wed., 2
& 8; Thurs., 7; Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 3.
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Motown: The Musical
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
205 W. 46th St. (8th Ave.)
Follow Berry Gordy’s journey from featherweight boxer to the heavyweight music mogul who launched the careers of Diana Ross
and the Supremes, Michael Jackson and The
Jackson Five, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Smokey Robinson and The Miracles,
Marvin Gaye and many more. Tues., 7; Wed.,
2 & 8; Thurs. & Fri., 8; Sun., 3.
The Nance
Lyceum Theatre
149 W. 45th St. (7th Ave.)
Nathan Lane stars as Chauncey Miles, a
headline nance performer in New York burlesque, who also happens to be gay. This
Douglas Carter Beane play portrays a homosexual man living and working in the secretive and dangerous gay world of 1930’s New
York. Tues., 7; Wed., 2 & 8; Thurs., 8; Fri.,
8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 3.
Newsies
Nederlander Theatre
208 W. 41st St. (7th Ave.)
Set in New York City at the turn of the century, Newsies is the rousing tale of Jack Kelly,
a charismatic newsboy and leader of a ragged
band of teenaged “newsies,” who dreams only
of a better life far from the hardship of the
streets. Mon. & Tues., 7:30; Wed., 2 & 7:30;
Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 3.
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Broadway & 45th Street
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Forever Tango
Walter Kerr Theatre
219 W. 48th St. (Broadway)
2012 Tony AwArd winner
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Once
Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre
242 W. 45th St. (8th Ave.)
The celebrated new musical based on the
Academy Award®-winning film. Tells the
story of an Irish musician and a Czech immigrant drawn together by their shared love
of music. Over the course of one fateful week,
an unexpected friendship and collaboration
quickly evolves into a powerful but complicated love story, underscored by emotionally
charged music. Tues., 7; Wed. & Sat., 2 & 8;
Thurs. & Fri., 8; Sun., 3.
The Phantom of the Opera
Majestic Theater
245 W. 44th St. (8th Ave.)
The longest running musical in Broadway
history, this classic and brooding musical about seduction and sorrow is perhaps
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s masterpiece, with
exquisite costume and set design to match.
Mon.,Thurs., Fri., 8; Tues., 7; Wed. & Sat.,
2 & 8.
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Pippin
The Music Box Theatre
239 W. 45th St. (8th Ave.)
The coming-of-age story of a young prince on
a death-defying journey to find meaning in his
existence. Boasts Fosse-style choreography
with pop-rock music and lyrics by Stephen
Schwartz, the musical man behind Wicked
and Godspell. Tues.-Sat., 8; Wed. & Sat.,
2:30; Sun., 3.
Rock of Ages
Helen Hayss Theatre
240 W. 44th St. (Broadway)
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A rock musical set in Hollywood during the
teased-hair, big-dreams and loud chords era
of the 1980s. A show about chasing your
dreams of making it big and falling in love.
Featuring the music of Journey, Whitesnake,
Styx and Bon Jovi. Mon.,Thurs.,Fri., 8;
Tues., 7; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 3 & 7:30.
Spider-Man, Turn off the Dark
Foxwoods Theatre
213 W. 42nd St. (7th Ave.)
Perhaps the most-anticipated show on B’way,
this production features inconceivable stunts,
dizzying effects, and oh...did we mention music by U2? Buckle up for a new take on the
Marvel classic. Tues. & Thurs., 7:30; Wed.,
1:30 & 7:30; Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 3.
The Trip to Bountiful
Stephen Sondheim Theatre
124 W. 43rd St. (7th Ave.)
A revival play starring Cicely Tyson, Cuba
Gooding Jr., and Vanessa Williams. The
story of an aging widow who leaves her son
and daughter in a small Houston apartment
to visit the home where she grew up. There
in Bountiful, TX, she hopes to regain her dignity and peace of mind. Tues., 7; Wed., 2 & 7;
Thurs., 7; Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 3.
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
John Golden Theatre
252 W. 45th St. (8th Ave.)
Limited Engagement. After a successful
run Off-Broadway at Lincoln Center, this
very funny family drama starring Sigourney Weaver and David Hyde Pierce heads
to B’Way. Set in rural Pennsylvania, it’s a
story that takes characters and themes from
Chekhov and explores interpersonal relationships and family dynamics. Tues. & Thurs.,
7; Wed., 2 & 8; Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 3.
Wicked
Gershwin Theatre
222 W. 51st St. (8th Ave.)
The story of the Wicked Witch of the West and
Glinda the Good Witch, this musical takes a
fantastical journey through a different dimension of Oz. Tues. & Wed., 7; Thurs. 7
Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 2 & 7.
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Avenue Q
New World Stages
340 W. 50th St. (8th Ave.)
After a six-year run on Broadway, it’s still
utterly hilarious with irresistible music and
puppetry at its best and bravest. A laugh-outloud musical that tells the timeless story of
a recent college grad named Princeton who
moves into a shabby New York apartment
all the way out on Avenue Q. Mon., Wed.,
Thurs. & Fri., 8; Sat., 2:30 & 8; Sun., 3 &
7:30.
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Black Angels over Tuskegee
Actors Temple Theatre
339 W. 47th St. (9th Ave.)
Based on true events. The story of the Tuskegee Airmen told in narrative of six men embarking upon a journey to become the first
African-American fighter pilots in the U.S.
Army Air Forces. The play explores their collective struggle with Jim Crow, their intelligence, patriotism, dreams of an inclusive fair
society and brotherhood. Saturdays at 4.
Blue Man Group: Rewired
Astor Place Theatre
434 Lafayette St. (Astor Pl.)
Starring a trio of bald and blue-painted
characters, the Blue Man Group takes the
audience on a hilarious, avant-garde journey
through sound and science. The performance
is mesmerizing, stimulating yet hypnotic, and
a unique multisensory tour de force. Mon.Tues., 8; Wed., 2 & 8; Thurs.-Fri., 8; Sat.
& Sun., 2, 5, & 8.
Cougar the Musical
St. Luke’s Theatre
434 Lafayette St. (Astor Pl.)
A hilarious and sentimental four-person musical about older women dating younger guys.
By releasing their “inner cougar”, these women rediscover their inner prowl and in the
process find self-love and empowerment. It’s
entertaining and sexy – filled with adventure,
innuendo, and a wide variety of musical style.
Fri., 8; Sat., 2.
The Fantasticks
The Snapple Theater Center
1627 Broadway (50th St.)
Tells the story of a young man and the girl
next door, whose parents have built a wall to
keep them apart. The youngsters nevertheless contrive to meet and fall in love. Mon.,
Tues. & Fri., 8; Wed., 2; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun.,
3 & 7:30.
Fuerza Bruta
Daryl Roth Theater
101 E. 15th St. (Park Ave.)
A truly 360 degree theatrical experience- the
show goes on around you, next to you and
over you! Men running through moving walls,
women swimming inches above you- it’s all
part of the “brute force” of Fuerza Bruta.
Tues.-Thurs., 8; Fri., 8 & 10:30; Sat., 7 &
10; Sun., 7.
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My Name is Asher Lev
Westside Theatre
407 W. 43rd St. (9th Ave.)
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Set in post-war Brooklyn, Asher Lev tells the
coming-of-age story of a young artistic prodigy whose work clashes with his Orthodox
Jewish family and religiously observant community. It's a powerful production suitable
for both adults and children. Mon., 8; Wed.,
2 & 8; Thurs. & Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 3.
NEWSical the Musical
The Kirk Theatre
410 W. 42nd St. (9th Ave.)
With constantly evolving material that lampoons current events, celebrities, politics, and
more, NEWSical makes for hilarious comedy
with snappy writing. This Drama Desk nominated musical is pure entertainment and a
feat that any news junkie will appreciate.
Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri., 8:15; Sat., 3 & 8:15;
Sun., 3 & 7:30.
Old Jews Telling Jokes
Westside Theatre
407 W. 43rd St. (9th Ave.)
If you’ve ever had a mother, visited a doctor
or walked into a bar with a priest, a rabbi
and a frog, Old Jews Telling Jokes will sit in
the dark, give you a second opinion, and ask
you where you got that. Tues. & Thurs., 7;
Wed., 2 & 7; Fri., 8; Sat., 2 & 8; Sun., 1 &
4:30.
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Peter and the Starcatcher
New World Stages
340 W. 50th St. (8th Ave.)
Featuring “YESTERDAY,” “A HARD DAY’S NIGHT,”
“TWIST AND SHOUT,” “COME TOGETHER,”
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Potted Potter
Little Shubert Theatre
422 W.42nd St. (9th Ave.)
A witty ‘unauthorized’ parody that condenses
all seven Harry Potter books (and a real life
game of Quidditch) into seventy hilarious
minutes. It’s critically acclaimed, Ministry
of Magic approved, and perfect for Pottermaniacs and newbies alike! Bring your muggle friends (non-wizards) before it’s too late.
Mon. & Tues., 7:30; Thurs., 2 & 7:30; Fri.,
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Silence: the Musical
Elektra Theatre
669 8th Ave. (42nd St.)
This critically acclaimed “unauthorized” musical is a subversively bawdy comedy that
parodies the hit thriller Silence of the Lambs.
Watch as a chorus of floppy-eared lambs narrates while the audience roars with laughter.
Sat., 2 & 7; Sun., 5.
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Orpheum Theatre
126 2nd Ave. (St. Marks Pl.)
Relying solely on the human body and ordinary household items, Stomp is a heartthumping, energetic musical exhibition of
choreographed percussion.
This award
winning production is a broom whacking,
bin pounding, lid smacking good time. Tues.Fri., 8; Sat., 3 & 8; Sun., 2 & 5:30.
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Diamonds & Dials
106 W. 34th St. (Broadway)
212.244.2517
From traditional to fashion-forward jewelry
and even custom design services, Diamonds
and Dials offers the finest jewelry and watch
experience! You’ll be sure to find treasures for
a lifetime at this jewelry store!
Behrle
440 W. 34th St. (Dyer Ave.)
212.279.5626
Celebrities from Bono to Iman have succumbed to the allure of these sexy, custommade leather pants. C’mon, you know you
want a pair.
Reebok NYC Store
420 Fifth Ave. (37th St.)
212.395.9614
Shop Reebok's Fit Hub experience! Combining Reebok and CrossFit, the fitness craze
that includes strength training, gymnastics and aerobic conditioning has taken the
country by storm - and sells Rebbok CrossFit
branded clothing, footwear and accessories,
as well as house a 10,308 s/f CrossFit "box."
Herald Square
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oughly just one square mile,
the Fashion District is brimming with some of the world’s
very best fashion manufacturers and
showrooms. Since the early 20th
century, this neighborhood has exhibited a landmark creative spirit,
evident in its designer labels, fabric wholesalers and wide range of
trimmings. As seen on the hit show
“Project Runway,” the popular Mood
Fabrics offers incredible luxury and
imported fabrics. And of course Macy’s flagship store in this area is both
a city landmark as well as a hotbed
for designer fashion. Bryant Park resides as a neighborhood centerpiece,
having hosted countless Fashion
Week events and offering visitors
an artfully, historic park to explore.
Timeless beauty is exhibited in every
turn of this neighborhood, even in
restaurants like Keen’s Steakhouse,
which has been serving juicy steaks
and chops in an elegant, antique setting since 1885. Whether for strolling, shopping or steaks, the Fashion
District has a way of never going out
of style.
Shopping
Macy’s
Herald Sq at 34th St.
212.849.8386
America's largest department store has over
10 floors of everything from men and women's fashion clothing, shoes and accessories
to jewelry, furniture, bed, bath, and beauty
products. It features extensive sales, special
events, tasty restaurants, and a full service
visitor's center for an all-encompassing shopping experience!
Lord & Taylor
424 Fifth Ave.
(bet. 38th & 39th Sts.)
212.391.3344
Consistently offering beautiful collections of
clothing that are wearable, affordable and
real. There’s always a find at this Midtown
must.
H&M
1328 Broadway (35th St.)
646.473.1165
H&M gives you unbeatable value by offering
fashion and quality at the best price! Everything from dazzling party collections to quintessential basics are part of the H&M range.
Fresh trends, timeless classics and favorites
for every occasion. Designers create a large
fashion selection - for women, men, teenagers
and children.
B&H Photo & Video
420 Ninth Ave. (34th St.)
212.444.5000
Spanning a full city block, this electronics juggernaut offers a huge stock of affordable TVs,
stereos, and photo equipment. Sales staff is
made up of industry professionals who share
your passion for technology and will help you
use it to its full potential.
Keens Steakhouse
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Samuel’s Hats
255 W. 36th St. (8th Ave.)
212.513.7322
Owner Samuel has been capping NYC for
years with a wide range of hats, from elaborate Sunday pieces to practical wool lids. You
will find straw panama hats, knit cold-weather caps, fedora-like rain hats and crocodile
dundee-style leather hats. Looking for a hat?
This is the place to find it.
Restaurants
Go! Go! Curry
273 W. 38th St. (8th Ave.)
212.730.5555
This Japanese curry shop serves up satisfying
curries on sticky white rice to New Yorkers
on the go-go!
Lazzara’s Pizza Cafè
221 W. 38th St. (bet. 7th & 8th Aves.)
212.944.7792
Since 1985, this comfy pizzeria has been
crisping up delicious thin-crust Sicilian pies
with anything-but-boring toppings.
Market Cafè
496 Ninth Ave. (38th St.)
212.967.3892
A picture-perfect spot for fresh salads, homemade pizzas, pastas and delicious dinner and
dessert options—all in an airy, urban dining
space.
Sandwich Planet
522 Ninth Ave. (39th St.)
212.273.9768
Satisfy your reuben craving or your cheese
steak hankering at this classic sandwich
shop.
The John Dory Oyster Bar
1196 Broadway (29th St.)
212.792.9000
Premier NYC Chef April Bloomfield’s English
seafood restaurant specializes in casual, yet
impeccable cuisine.
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Tillman’s Bar & Lounge p.55
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59E59 Theater p.66
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Alexander and Bonin p.54
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Chelsea Market p.54
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Flatiron Building p.62
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Grand Central Terminal p.66
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Madame Tussauds p.92
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Museum of Modern Art p.92
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Nyehaus p.63
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Radio City Music Hall p.64
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Ripley's Believe It or Not! p.92
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Sleep No More p.54
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Sony Wonder Technology p.66
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St.Parick's Cathedral p.66
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SVA Gallery p.63
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Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace p.62
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Top of the Rock p.66
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United Nations p.66
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192 Books p.55
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American Girl Place p.82
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B&H Photo & Video p.44
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Babies "R" Us p.63
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Behrle p.44
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Build-A-Bear Workshop p.84
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Diamonds & Dials p.44
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DKNY Pop-up Shop p.2
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FAO Schwarz p.82
H&M p.44
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HBO Shop p.63
Henri Bendel p.81
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Illisa’s Vintage Lingerie p.46
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Kenneth Cole Watches p.81
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Lord & Taylor p.44
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Lucia Nenickova p.63
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Macy’s p.44
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Martinique p.15
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NBC Experience Store p.82
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Nintendo World p.84
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Reebok Fit Hub p.44,84
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Rubin Chapelle p.55
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Samuel’s Hats p.44
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Scandinavia House p.63
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Toys ‘R’ Us p.82
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Vintage Thrift Shop p.63
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Kiss & Fly p.55
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Bellevue Hospital
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192 Books
192 Tenth Ave. (21st St.)
212.255.4022
Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto cuts no
corners at this New York location of his renowned eatery.
A beautifully open, community oriented,
classy bookstore with meticulously curated
selections, art exhibitions and interactive
events.
Brother Jimmy's BBQ
416 Eighth Ave. (31st St.)
212.967.7603
A legendary, southern-styled, slow-smokin'
barbecue joint known for its Bucket O' Hot
Wings, Frickles, and pulled pork. Boasts a
sports-fan friendly location next to Madison
Square Garden.
Scarpetta
355 W. 14th St. (9th Ave.)
212.691.0555
In a Greek revival townhouse on the edge of
the Meatpacking District, Chef Scott Conant
brings his deft touch and unwavering passion
to creating food that is unexpected and soulful. Italian food made with precision and love,
in a casual downtown setting that makes you
feel both pampered and at home.
The Red Cat
227 Tenth Ave. (24th St.)
212.242.1122
Flatiron Building
O
nce a quaint residential neighborhood, Chelsea has since
flourished into a hub of cultural and commercial activity. The
diverse population gives way beautifully to a diverse neighborhood, filled
with premium shops like Balenciaga
and Barney’s Co-Op as well as some
of the most provocative art galleries
and attractions. At the corner of 23rd
and 5th, don’t miss the iconic Flatiron
building, in classic Gothic style. And
for beauty with a contemporary twist,
visit the many Chelsea galleries nestled between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, from 18th-28th Streets. For food
lovers, Chelsea Market is continually
stocked with gourmet foods, including
local, artisanal and small-batch finds.
And the nearby High Line park is as
much an art installation as it is a public park. Developed on the elevated
tracks of an abandoned train line,
the High Line offers lovely views over
the city and the Hudson River. From
cutting-edge galleries to contemporary boutiques, Chelsea is perhaps the
city’s most homey neighborhood...with
impeccable style.
Rubin Chapelle
410 W. 14th St. (9th Ave.)
212.647.8636
Experts in sleek silhouettes (that celebrities
flock to), this design team opened their giant
boutique in the meatpacking district and has
been feeling the love ever since.
Nightlife
Gotham Comedy Club
208 W. 23rd St. (7th Ave.)
212.367.9000
This lounge-like comedy club boasts copper
bars, leather chairs and consistently some of
the city’s best comedians.
Amnesia
609 W.29th St. (11th Ave.)
212.643.6464
A lively, colossal club with a state-of-the-art
sound and lighting system, the hippest beats,
and high-energy aerialists and dancers.
Restaurants
A scene of polished art enthusiasts are almost
as enjoyable as the delicious Mediterranean
cuisine at this West Chelsea eatery.
El Quinto Pino
401 W. 24th St. (9th Ave.)
212.206.6900
Attractions
Kiss & Fly
409 W. 13th St. (9th Ave.)
212.255.1933
Chelsea Market
75 Ninth Ave. (16th St.)
212.243.6005
The club, mostly bottle service, shoots for a
quasi-Roman-bathhouse feel, with low ceilings, giant distressed column and wraparound benches.
This tiny gem is a favorite for gallery-hoppers
and those in-the-know. Indulge in a uni sandwich, or a glass of Spanish wine and dish of
marcona almonds.
Rocking Horse Cafe
182 Eighth Ave. (18th St.)
212.463.9511
A lively spot for Mexican food, with a friendly
staff and a menu that includes both comforting basics as well as exotic twists.
Cookshop
156 Tenth Ave. (20th St.)
212.924.4440
Grass-fed beef, locally-caught fish and organically grown vegetables are what you’ll find at
this rustic, Greenmarket-inspired favorite.
The open kitchen invites you to enjoy every
aspect of the menu, and the large glass windows invite you to people-watch over a bottle
of wine.
BLT Fish Shack
21 W. 17th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.)
212.691.8888
A lively restaurant with an outstanding selection in the whole fish category. Don’t miss
the spicy tuna tartar, or the caramelized meringue with banana passion-fruit sorbet.
Home to the Food Network, this market hosts
dozens of vendors, from Ronnybrook Farms
ice cream to The Lobster Place (for a fresh
Lobster Roll!).
Sleep No More
530 W. 27th St.
(bet. 10th & 11th Aves.)
866.811.4111
An utterly haunting and unique immersion
theater production, Sleep No More invites you
to explore a hotel (masked and in silence!),
uncovering a stylized rendition of Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
Alexander and Bonin
132 Tenth Ave. (18th St.)
212.367.7474
A quaint and quiet, three-story gallery, this
intimate space reflects modern and contemporary artists from Europe and the U.S., including performance artist Michael Landy.
Shopping
Abe & Arthur’s
409 W. 14th St. (9th Ave.)
646.289.3930
Illisa’s Vintage Lingerie
Showplace Antique Center
40 W. 25th St., Gallery 206
(6th Ave.) 212.627.2800
A crisp and open dining room serves impeccable American food, while a lively upstairs
lounge keeps the energy up with strong
drinks and a DJ.
Specializing in gorgeously maintained lingerie from the early 1900s, this shop in the
Antique Center will have just want you need
to dress up your dainties.
Chelsea
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Morimoto
88 Tenth Ave. (15th St.)
212.989.8883
The Ainsworth
122 W. 26th St. (6th Ave.)
212.741.0646
Finally, a sports bar with pizazz...along with
40 flat-screen TVs, 6,000 square feet, and a
hip 30-something crowd. And yes, they have
miso duck spring rolls.
Tillman’s Bar & Lounge
165 W. 26th St. (7th Ave.)
212.627.8320
A relaxed watering hole for sipping a Sazerac,
enjoying some jazz and enjoying one of the
few great fireplaces in an NYC bar.
Lounge
225 W. 19th St. (bet. 7th & 8th Aves.)
212.929.1085
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This sleek (but not snooty) lounge caters to
the well-decked gay crowd, but the expertly
mixed drinks and something-for-everyone
playlist are sure to keep the scene diverse.
The Eagle NYC
554 W. 28th St. (11th Ave.)
646.473.1866
This reincarnation of an NYC classic is an
epic two-story playground for the denim-andleather gay crowd.
Abe & Arthur's
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Minetta Tavern
113 MacDougal St. (W. 3rd St.)
212.475.3850
Originally opened in 1937 and renovated in
2009. This Greenwich Village staple can best
be described as a "Parisian steakhouse meets
classic New York City tavern."
The Spotted Pig
314 W. 11th St. (Greenwhich St.)
212.620.0393
Chef celebs Mario Batali and Jamie Oliver
are behind this gastropub that has the buzz
and bustle of NYC while still making you feel
right at home.
Morandi
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iterary legend and cinematic
wonder endure in every
cobblestone of the West
Village and Greenwich Village.
Having nurtured the likes of Dylan
Thomas, John Steinbeck and
Bob Dylan, these neighborhoods
have fostered some of the most
influential artists, and to this day
they continue to foster families,
cafes, shops and so much more.
Densely-packed winding streets
reflect a stimulating diversity
that is unique to this area. Don’t
miss Washington Square Park at
the heart of Greenwich Village,
dominated by the 1892 Washington
Arch and central fountain which
draws crowds of students, tourists,
locals and artists year-round.
Extending west of Seventh Avenue,
the West Village exhibits a polished
lineup of high-end shops, including
the playfully chic handbags and
clothing from Marc Jacobs. Just
as captivating are the countless
independent
bookstores,
cafes
and bakeries that dot the Village
landscape, including the cupcakemecca, Magnolia Bakery. There are
no neighborhoods more enjoyable to
get lost in than these two, so savor
every step of the way.
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Restaurants
Organika
89 7th Avenue South (Barrow St.)
212.414.1900
This organic Italian restaurant located in the
heart of the West Village with it’s endearing rustic European countryside ambiance
and fresh, organic dishes (and even organic
wine!) is sure to please even the pickiest of
tastes.
Morandi
211 Waverly Pl. (7th Ave.)
212.627.7575
Olio Pizza
3 Greenwich Ave. (Christopher St.)
212.243.6546
The hyper-authentic and warmly decorated,
rustic pizzeria Olio, located in the heart of
West Village, effortlessly serves up not just
the most memorable pizza in town (and does
it up until the witching hours), but even manages to satiate the most picky of eaters with
their delicious Italian menu!
Spice Market
403 W. 13th St. (9th Ave.)
212.675.2322
This large, wildly-decorated temple to street
foods of Southeast Asia has something for
everyone. Sticky-sweet chicken wings, curried duck and short ribs are just some of the
highlights.
This large yet cozy spot is as perfect for eggs
and espresso as it is for dinner and a nightcap. Plus, the people-watching is prime!
The Standard Grill
848 Washington St. (W. 13th St.)
212.645.4100
Moustache
90 Bedford St. (Grove St.)
212.229.2220
Set in the hip new Standard Hotel, this
spacious and casual grill turns out impeccable cocktails and deeply satisfying dishes
like merguez-stuffed squid and juicy rib-eye
steaks.
A charming little spot for affordable Middle
Eastern food. Flavorful salads, dips and
breads are wonderful, but the real prize are
their “pitzas,” crisp and savory. Go with a
group so you can order it all, especially the
leek-and-scallion pitza.
Peanut Butter & Co.
240 Sullivan St. (W. 3rd St.)
212.677.3995
All we have to say is, 21. That’s how many
ways you can devour this amazingly creamy
or crunchy peanut butter at this legendary
sandwich shop. The “Elvis” is a star of the
menu, expertly constructed with PB, bacon
and banana (yes, we said bacon).
Numero 28
176 2nd Ave. (E. 11th St.)
212.777.1555
Brick oven pizza is crisped to perfection in
this cozy downstairs eatery. Go with a big
group and order it by the inch.
Boutiques
The Bathroom
94 Charles St. (Bleeker St.)
212.929.1449
Brimming with over 3,000 luxury bath and
body products, The Bathroom is a gorgeous
store for people who love beauty.
Soho/Tribeca
Minetta Tavern
Uniqlo
Restaurants
Vive La Crepe
51 Spring St. (Mulberry St.)
855.crepeNY
Vive La Crepe offers delicious savory and
sweet crepes complete with premium ingredients and exceptionally friendly service within
an architectural ambiance of a Parisian café
with modern and hip accents!
Hundred Acres
38 MacDougal St. (Prince St.)
212.475.7500
Few restaurants do local and seasonal better
than Hundred Acres. A warm, yet refined bistro setting yields mouth-watering American
cuisine and an alluring Whiskey selection.
Balthazar
80 Spring St. (Crosby St.)
212.965.1414
This casual, traditional and authentic French
Bistro boasts a lively atmosphere, excellent
service and tasty entrées.
Bubby’s
120 Hudson St. (N. Moore St.)
212.219.0666
Deliciously simple food is the focus at this
NYC staple, including signature buttermilk
biscuits, fresh salads, luscious soups and
home-baked pies. A great family-friendly
spot!
Tribeca Grill
375 Greenwich St. (Franklin St.)
212.941.3900
Owned by Robert DeNiro, this is one of the
neighborhood's most famous restaurants, emphasizing grilled and sauteed selections with
cross-culture creative influences.
DKNY
The New Museum of
Contemporary Art
235 Bowery St. (Chrystie St.)
212.219.1222
Take a break from the uptown museums and
head downtown for a dose of modern art in
a hip, young neighborhood. The giant silver
building alone is worth the trip!
Shopping
Bloomingdale’s
504 Broadway (Spring & Broome)
212.729.5900
Since 1886, this luxurious, art-deco hotspot
has been selling designer clothing, cosmetics
and accessories to the city’s downtown set.
Today it boasts a wide range of wares from
local to global designers, at varying price
points.
Museums
Adidas Originals Store
136 Wooster St. (Prince St.)
212.673.0398
New York City Fire Museum
278 Spring St.
(bet.Hudson & Varick St.)
212.691.1303
While you could hit the Adidas Sports Performance Store (610 Broadway) for high-performance gear, the boutique Originals Store is
the best place on earth to find super stylish
Adidas goods.
Sheltered in a renovated 1904 Beaux-Arts
firehouse on Spring Street, the New York City
Fire Museum illustrates the evolution of fire
fighting beginning with the bucket brigades
of Peter Stuyvesant’s New Amsterdam and
concluding with our modern day techniques
and equipment.
Ralph Lauren
379 W. Broadway (Broome St.)
212.625.3480
This cozy boutique offers a full range of Ralph
Lauren clothing, from Polo basics to luxury
leather accessories. The staff is extremely
knowledgeable and helpful, so don’t be shy!
The rustic and worn atmosphere makes it
easy to linger, with wood shelves stocked with
the latest designer fashions.
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city’s forerunners of style
and fashion, SoHo and TriBeCa
are neighborhoods that exude
excellence and aspiration. Whether
you’re hunting down celebrities or
stilettos, SoHo is the place to be.
Short for “South of Houston,” this
area is marked by landmark castiron architecture and unparalleled
shopping. The newer outpost of
the NYC legend, Bloomingdale’s,
curates the finest in downtown
fashion, while Balthazar continues
to awe crowds with its Parisianinspired menu and top-notch
pastry. Short for “Triangle Below
Canal Street,” TriBeCa resides
just south of Canal Street, offering
equally as glamorous shopping
and upscale dining. The Tribeca
Grand hotel remains a magnet for
the well-heeled and jet-set, with
a stellar menu and cocktails, and
Nobu continues to wow with Latininfused Japanese cuisine. Both
well-monied and well-mannered,
SoHo and TriBeCa go well beyond
chic as two of the city’s most in
vogue neighborhoods.
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Chinatown
Incredibly affordable big bowls of Vietnamese-style soup is why New Bo Ky is on every
New Yorker’s map. Pay no mind to the simple
atmosphere, because you’ll soon have perhaps the best soup of your life (pork kidney
optional).
Wo Hop
17 Mott St. (Doyers St.)
212.962.8617
Open 24 hours, a great choice for late night
Chinese! Chop suey, chow fun and other Cantonese dishes are delicious!
New Pasteur
85 Baxter St. (Walker St.)
212.608.3656
Exploring Chinatown will lead you to this
Southeast Asian treasure. Pho, Vietnamese
beef noodle soup, is a must—delicate, savory
and bright.
Oriental Garden
14 Elizabeth St. (Bayard St.)
212.619.0085
Housing some of the city’s top chefs, Oriental
Garden boasts fresh seafood. Don’t miss the
shrimp balls and plump oysters with shitake
mushrooms and scallions.
Chinatown
M
agnificently resistant to gentrification, Chinatown is an attraction
in and of itself. Bordered roughly to the north by Broome Street,
south by Worth Street, west by Lafayette Street and east by Allen
Street, Chinatown is a small pocket that is alive with authenticity. Many
buildings are original tenements, some over 100 years old, and the population of this small area is estimated at 90-100,000. The best way to experience
Chinatown is to do as the locals do. Explore colorful corner markets, packed
with rare and imported goods. Dine on freshly baked pork buns at a crowded
cafe, and enjoy every ounce of the unaltered identity of this great neighborhood. Restaurant mainstays still draw big crowds, like Joe’s Ginger which
serves up succulent, juicy soup dumplings. And the Hong Kong-based candy
chain, Aji Ichiban is a thrill with exotic bulk candies, dried snacks, seaweeds
and so much more. Teeming with tradition and spirited with exciting shops
and cuisine, Chinatown is a tourist must.
Restaurants
Ajisen Noodle
14 Mott St. (Worth St.)
212.267.9680
A steaming, savory bowl of ramen can be
transcendent...especially from Ajisen Noodle.
We love it topped with sliced roast pork, scallions, and hard-cooked egg.
Joe’s Ginger
25 Pell St. (Bayard St.)
212.285.0999
A sibling restaurant to the popular Joe’s
Shanghai, Joe’s Ginger masters the art of succulent dumplings, along with other Chinese
favorites.
Ping Seafood Restaurant
22 Mott St. (Doyers St.)
212.602.9988
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Known for serving delicious dim sum, the
pleasant atmosphere at this Cantonese seafood restaurant is worth a visit!
The Grand Sichuan
125 Canal St. (Chrystie St.)
212.625.9212
A place you go for the food and not the decor!
If you like spicy Sichuan cuisine this is the
place for you. Stick to the Sichuan dishes and
you can’t go wrong!
Shopping
Asia Market
71 1/2 Mulberry St. (Bayard St.)
212.962.2020
A one-stop shop to spruce up your pantry with
hard-to-find ingredients from throughout
Asia, including Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and more.
Jade Garden Arts & Crafts
76 Mulberry St. (Bayard St.)
212.587.5685
Skip the uptown designer teapots (and sticker shock) and opt for this downtown shop for
beautiful tea sets and more.
Mott Street Optical
52 Mott St. (Bayard St.)
212.431.8188
Amidst a sea of counterfeit designer wares in
Chinatown, this optical shop features a beautiful array of authentic designer eye wear.
Yunhong Chopsticks
50 Mott St. (Bayard St.)
212.566.8828
This Beijing-based store made the chopsticks
for the Summer ‘08 Olympic games, and has
had no shortage of fans ever since. Shop a colorful and fun array of chopsticks, each with
its own story.
Little Italy
New Bo Ky Restaurant
80 Bayard St. (Mott St.)
212.406.2292
Restaurants
Crudo Vineria Con Cucina
178 Mulberry St. (Broome St.)
646.559.0640
Situated in the heart of Little Italy, this rustic Italian style seafood restaurant has a top
rated oyster bar, a terrific wine list with impeccable service and fantastic deserts!
Mambo ‘Taliano
145 Mulberry St. (Grand St.)
646.476.4460
Offers delicious original Neapolitan cuisine, a
terrific wine list along with a piano bar with
daily live shows! This hearty restaurant will
have you feeling like you’re in Italy in no time!
Despaña’s Vinos y Más
408 Broome St. (Elizabeth St.)
212.219.5050
Spanish in Little Italy? Yes. Oh, yes! Tapas
and small plates make this a favorite of Sohoshoppers who know best.
La Esquina
114 Kenmare St. (Lafayette St.)
646.613.7100
A beacon on the corner of Lafayette, Le Esquina has some of the best tacos and moodiest
basement dining in the city. Offering 3 different atmospheres; the taqueria, the cafe and
the brasserie & bar, depending on what you
are looking for!
Nyonya
199 Grand St. (Mott St.)
212.334.3669
This warm and woodsy eatery specializes in
Malaysian cuisine. The friendly staff will help
you navigate the menu, so order up!
Angelo of Mulberry Street
146 Mulberry St. (Grand St.)
212.966.1277
Serving up some of the best scungilli since
1902, Angelo will make you feel like family
in his restaurant. Don’t leave without trying
the papparadelle with mushroom, garlic and
tomato or if you’re not in the mood for pasta
try the filet mignon in port wine!
Il Fornaio
132 Mulberry St. (Hester St.)
212.226.8306
A cozy family-run eatery offers crisp and tasty
pizzas for lunch and comforting Italian classics for dinner including soft, succulent gnocchi with fresh pesto.
Vincent’s
119 Mott St. (Hester St.)
212.226.8133
Famous for red sauce for over 100 years
(check the grocery stores to find a jar!), Vincent’s dishes up rich Italian dishes with a
range of red sauces: sweet, medium or hot.
Don’t miss the baked clams!
La Esquina
N
estled just above Chinatown, Little Italy resides proudly as a small
yet vibrant community of true Italian tradition. Defined roughly to
the north by Houston, south by Broome Street, west by Lafayette
Street and east by Chrystie Street, Little Italy’s heart and soul centers
around Mulberry and Elizabeth Streets. Be transported back in time with
the smell of brick-oven pizzas and fresh zeppole and cannoli, or settle in at a
small sidewalk table for a hearty glass of chianti as you watch people stroll
by. Little Italy makes you feel a world away, and yet remarkably, right at
home. Don’t miss Albanese Meats for Italian fare and delicacies, owned
by Little Italy native Moe Albanese. And for an old-world atmosphere and
some of the best baked clams in the city, nothing compares to Umberto’s
Clam House. While a visit in September will afford you the beloved Feast of
San Gennaro Festival, Little Italy has the ability to charm your senses and
steal your heart every single day of the year.
Shopping
Caffè Roma
385 Broome St. (Mulberry St.)
212.226.8413
Family-run since 1891, this pastry place is a
delight for sweet-ricotta sfogliatella, biscotti,
pignoli cookies and treats—all baked fresh,
on the premises.
Mulberry St. Cigar Co.
140 Mulberry St. (Grand St.)
212.941.7400
This tiny little cigar shop packs in a wide
range of cigar accessories as well as their very
own hand-rolled line of cigars.
Caffe Napoli
191 Hester St.. (Mulberry St.)
212.226.8705
Grand Italian Food Center
186 Grand St. (Mulberry St.)
212.925.9254
For an authentic Little Italy experience try
Caffe Napoli! Friendly cozy atmosphere serving southern italian food. Known especially
for their seafood.
Since 1954 this has been the go-to grocery and
deli in the ‘hood for top notch heroes. Grab a
signature “New Yorker” sandwich, and stock
up on take-home treasures like imported salami.
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Since 1967, this museum has served as a profound tribute to maritime history. It’s a waterfront venue with artifacts, galleries, ship
models, scrimshaw, and memorabilia.
Attractions
Statue of Liberty-Liberty Island
212.561.4500
NYC’s most famous landmark is worth the
short ferry ride to Liberty Island. Seeing this
historic monument is not to be missed!
St.Paul's Chapel
Y
ou need not be a finance enthusiast to see the appeal of this energetic
and historic neighborhood. Occupying the southernmost tip of Manhattan, the Financial District is characterized by stoic and stunning
architecture, winding roads and the city’s most significant attractions. At
the site of the former World Trade Center, the 9/11 Memorial provides a
reflective tribute to those lost in the 2001 and 1993 attacks. While nearby
the hauntingly beautiful Trinity Church has been a landmark of faith and
history since 1696, its cemetery the resting place for Alexander Hamilton
and many others. In addition to the powerful sense of history, there’s an
electricity unique to the Financial District. Many shop its classic retailers
like Canali for well-tailored suits and chic weekend wear. And both financial
workers and visitors alike flock to the area’s famous eateries like MarkJoseph Steakhouse (261 Water St.). More than the home to financial institutions, this neighborhood is home to harrowing history, timeless retailers and
an energy all its own.
Restaurants
Alfanoose
8 Maiden Ln. (Broadway)
212.528.4669
A favorite among the lunch-on-the-run set,
Alfanoose offers flavorful falafel, warm pitas
and a full range of Middle Eastern lamb and
vegetarian dishes.
Luke’s Lobster
26 S. William St. (Broad St.)
212.747.1700
This quaint little eatery will make you feel
like you’re in Maine with it’s expertly made
lobster rolls, direct from the ocean floors!
MarkJoseph Steakhouse
261 Water St. (Peck Slip)
212.277.0020
No gimmicks, just really good beef! Treat
yourself (and your friends) to the mouth-watering porterhouse for four, and rely on the
squishy onion rolls to sop up the juices.
Museums
9/11 Tribute Center
120 Liberty St. (Trinity Place)
212.393.9160
Tribute WTC Visitor Center offers visitors to
the World Trade Center site a place where
they can connect with people from the September 11th community through its five galleries and the incredibly visceral personal
memories that are now open to the public.
National Museum of the
American Indian
1 Bowling Green (Battery Place)
212.514.3700
This groundbreaking museum is affiliated
with the Smithsonian Institute and the first
in the country dedicated to the preservation,
study, and exhibition of the life, languages,
literature, history, and arts of Native Americans.
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Buenos Aires Restaurant
513 E.6th St. (Avenue A)
212.228.2775
Meat lovers unite! With juicy, tender dishes,
a superb wine list, an intimate setting and a
first-rate staff, Buenos Aires Restaurant is
your premier source of pristinely authentic
and traditional Argentinean cuisine.
Sorella
95 Allen St. (Delancey St.)
212.274.9595
St.Paul’s Chapel
Broadway & Fulton St.
212.233.4164
Sorella brings the food and cafe culture of
Northern Italy's Piedmont region to NYC. It's
a charming Italian restaurant and wine bar
with flavorful, creative dishes and a warm,
inviting atmosphere.
Manhattan’s oldest public building in continuous use – a place where George Washington
worshiped and 9/11 recovery workers received
round-the-clock care.
Schiller’s Liquor Bar
131 Rivington St. (Norfolk St.)
212.260.4555
New York Stock Exchange
18 Broad St. (New St.)
212.656.3000
Schiller’s does almost everything, right.
Crispy, melty Cuban sandwiches. Sizzling
skillets of garlic shrimp. Succulent steak frites. Oh, and deliciously “decent” wine.
A sturdy downtown icon, the New York Stock
Exchange’s neoclassical posture symbolizes
America’s capitalist ideals and its resilient
spirit.
South Street Seaport
19 Fulton St. (Front St.)
212.732.8257
This newly restored port features a bustling
shopping district, cobble streets and a salty
spirit of the area’s mercantile past.
Trinity Church
74 Trinity Place (Broadway)
212.602.0800
A hauntingly beautiful relic amidst the hustle
of the Financial District, Trinity is home to a
17th century graveyard, neogothic tower and
a chapel that many have found a moment of
calm within.
Shopping
Century 21
22 Cortlandt St. (Chruch St.)
212.227.9092
If you are a “shopper”...a NY experience
not to be missed! Make sure you’re fed and
hydrated...this is nirvana for the bargain
hunter. A legendary discount department
store that has designer deals up to 75% off.
That Marc Jacobs sundress or Missoni top is
likely worth the pursuit.
Artsee Eyewear
220 Murray St. (West St.)
212.227.2400
This eyewear boutique boasts stylishframes
and lenses from around the world mixed in
with eye-catching, compelling frames that
could double as a work of art.
Freemans
End of Freeman Alley,
near Rivington
212.410.0012
Once you actually find this place, reward
yourself with delicious comfort dishes with
a twist. Don’t miss the ice cream sandwiches
for dessert!
Cheeky Sandwiches
35 Orchard St. (Hester St.)
Despite random hours and no phone, this
sandwich shop packs ‘em in for New Orleans–
flavored fare including fried chicken ‘n slaw
sandwiches, Zapp’s chips and chicory coffee.
El Sombrero
108 Stanton St. (Ludlow St.)
212.254.4188
This no-fuss downtown eatery has been pleasing crowds with simply delicious, and affordable Mexican food for years. Go, eat, be merry.
Beauty & Essex
146 Essex St. (Stanton St.)
212.614.0146
This double-decker restaurant buzzes with a
club vibe and masters delicious small plates
and creative cocktails. Finish the night with
a box of doughnuts!
Rosario's Pizza
173 Orchard St. (Stanton St.)
212.777.9813
This 44-year old Lower East Side mainstay is
one of the best slice stops in the city. For a
quick bite stop by and try the Sophia Pizza!
Souen Noodle
326 E. 6th St. (1st Ave.)
212.388.1155
A bright and cheerful spot for steaming bowls
of ramen, edamame hummus and more. All
made fresh from a menu void of red meat,
eggs, dairy and refined chemicals and preservatives!
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B
oth the Lower East Side (LES) and East Village are steeped in
NYC heritage. Once a densely populated tenement town, the LES
is now a lively mix of old and new, bordered roughly by Houston,
Chrystie Street and the East River. Fashion-forward boutiques commingle with classic delis and clubs pour music into the street well into the
wee hours. A must-shop for men and women alike is The Earnest Sewn
Co., offering a huge selection of denim, custom tailoring and complimentary beverages while you wait. Just north of Houston Street lies the East
Village, bordered roughly by 14th Street, Broadway and the East River. It
is home to an exciting range of boutiques and a world of cuisine, including
a few of David Chang’s world-class Momofuku restaurants, Momofuku
Noodle Bar and the ultra-exclusive Momofuku Ko which only offers one
fixed-price menu and takes online reservations the day before. Explore
both areas and see why New Yorkers consider their downtown neighborhoods so uniquely cool.
The Stanton Social
99 Stanton St. (Ludlow St.)
212.995.0099
This modern New York bistro serves multiethnic share plates designed to offer guests a
chance to experience multiple dishes and flavors throughout their meal. We recommend
the French Onion Soup dumplings!
Nightlife
The Back Room
102 Norfolk St. (Delancey St.)
212.228.5098
Take yourself back to the 20s with a cocktail
served in a teacup. With a hidden entrance,
this speakeasy-style bar is well worth the effort.
Lower East Side/East Village
South Street Seaport Museum
12 Fulton St. (Front St.)
212.748.8600
Konkrete Jungle
Pyramid Club
101 Avenue A (6th St.)
212.228.4888
A popular spot for electronic, house music,
Konkrete Jungle will bring out anyone’s inner raver.
The Awesome 80’s Prom
Webster Hall
125 E. 11th St. (3rd Ave.)
212.353.1600
No other music event in the city can balance
retro-kitsch with modern awesomeness like
this. This interactive show will bring you happily back to prom night, 80s style.
Arlene’s Grocery
95 Stanton St. (Orchard St.)
212.358.1633
A mainstay on the LES, Arlene’s lures a casual and friendly crowd usually amping up for
their popular punk/metal karaoke.
Lolita Bar
266 Broome St. (Allen St.)
212.966.7223
Laid-back, neighborhood bar with great
happy hour deals. Stop in and try the "Lolita"
specialty drink.
Beauty & Essex
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O
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the
city’s
best-kept-secret
neighborhoods, Gramercy
and Murray Hill impress both
residents and visitors with their
scenic gardens and lively cuisine.
The crown jewel of Gramercy
is undoubtedly Gramercy Park,
the lush and exclusive gated
park. Wander its edge and
notice the gorgeous townhomes
surrounding it, some with original
gas-lit lamps at the entrance.
The grace and sophistication of
Gramercy extends to its shops and
restaurants, especially the noted
Gramercy Tavern and the retailer
of upscale menswear, Rothman’s.
Just north of 34th Street lies
Murray Hill, a neighborhood
characterized by a world of
culinary options. Whether you’re
in the mood for a steak at the
popular Wolfgang’s Steakhouse
or out to sample one of the many
fabulous Indian restaurants along
Lexington Avenue, Murray Hill
has it all. Indeed, among the city’s
best-kept-secrets, Gramercy and
Murray Hill possess some of the
most beautiful sites and exciting
flavors found in Manhattan.
Nyehaus
358 W.20th St. (8th & 9th Aves.)
212.995.1785
This
intimate
three-floor
gallery
in
Gramercy’s National Arts Club features an
ecclectic assortment of contemporary art.
SVA Gallery
209 E. 23rd St. (2nd & 3rd Aves.)
212.592.2144
This cozy two-room gallery plays host to compelling student art, as well as special guest
artists and an exciting annual Masters Series.
Shopping
Babies “R” Us
24-30 Union Square East (15th St.)
212.798.9905
Shake Shack
Restaurants
Gramercy Tavern
42 E. 20th St. (Park Ave S.)
212.477.0777
One of the city’s blue chip spots for refined,
contemporary American cuisine in a comfortable atmosphere. Shine up for a seat in the
dining room, or relax in the first-come-firstserve Tavern.
Casa Mono
52 Irving Pl. (17th St.)
212.253.2773
One of the city’s best joints for true Spanish
food. The open kitchen and exquisite tapas
will have you lingering well past your bed
time.
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Vive La Crepe
114 University Place (13th St.)
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Vive La Crepe offers delicious savory and
sweet crepes complete with premium ingredients and exceptionally friendly service within
an architectural ambiance of a Parisian café
with modern and hip accents.
Celebrity Chef Anthony Bordain’s creation,
this Gramercy staple is a sure bet for perfectly seasoned steak frittes.
Attractions
15 East
15 E. 15th St. (5th Ave.)
212.647.0015
A simple, stark and inviting jewel-box of a
restaurant, it doesn’t get much fresher than
15 East. Order ala carte, or get the 7-course
tasting menu for perhaps the best sushi of
your life.
Pure Food & Wine
54 Irving Pl. (17th & 18th Sts.)
212.477.1010
Blue Smoke
116 E. 27th St.
(Bet. Park & Lex Aves.)
212.447.7733
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Making Madison Square Park a destination
for dining, this high quality food kiosk is
known for it's fresh, simple and tasty versions
of the classics in a majestic setting. Looking
to warm up try the Shack-made Hot Chocolate made with bittersweet dark choclate,
fresh milk and cream.
Brasserie Les Halles
411 Park Ave. South (29th St.)
212.679.4111
The name says it all. Specializing in beautifully prepared and utterly delicious raw food,
this hot spot serves it all from raw beet gnocchi to spelt-crusted pizza.
Gramercy Tavern
Shake Shack
Madison Square Park
(near Madison Ave. & E. 23rd St.)
212.889.600
If you’re after authentic pit barbecue and
killer banana cream pie, look no further. Blue
Smoke masters it all in a large, casual dining space.
Flatiron Building
175 Fifth Ave. (23rd St.)
Completed in 1902, architect D.H. Burnham’s
22-story skyscraper dwarfed its neighbors
with 3,680 tons of steel structure. It is an
angular and alluring icon on one of the city’s
most bustling walkways.
Gramercy Park
21st St. & Lexington Ave.
The jewel of the neighborhood, Gramercy
Park is one of two private parks in New York
City (only the lucky ones who live on the park
have access). The statue in the center of the
park is of Edwin Booth, a famous 19th century American actor who toured throughout
America and the major capitals of Europe,
performing Shakespearean plays.
Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace
28 E. 20th St. (Broadway)
The birthplace and boyhood home of former
president Teddy Roosevelt is an enchanting stop in this charming neighborhood. See
memorabilia from both his youth and his
career.
This Union Square location is a one stop shop
for all things baby, from diapers and wipes to
clothing and cribs. Babies “R” Us also offers
a baby registry and buying guides for baby
showers.
Vintage Thrift Shop
226 5th Ave. (26th St.)
212.447.6310
Theo’s Cafe and Gifts is not your everyday
gift store! Packed with interesting small gifts,
pieces of art, jewelry books, cards and so
much more, this extremely colorful shop will
put a huge smile on your face! Plus, there’s
even a premium coffee and gelato bar!
Scandinavia House
58 Park Ave. (38th St.)
212.779.3587
An acclaimed Nordic cultural center, Scandinavia House presents films, exhibitions,
concerts, lectures, children’s activities – and
more. Open daily. Check scandinaviahouse.
org for details.
Lucia Nenickova
72 Irving Pl. (18th & 19th Sts.)
212.777.0810
Owner Lucia crafts a gorgeous line of luxurious handmade leather bags, belts, sandals
and more. Wonderfully helpful, it’s hard to
leave without something special from her!
Nightlife
Gansevoort Park Avenue
420 Park Ave. (29th St.)
212.317.2900
This opulent and contemporary rooftop bar
and lounge showcases world renown DJs,
serves enticing cocktails and offers breathtaking views of the city. The outdoor heating
lamps make it the perfect year round venue
to savor the sights and flavors of the very best
of Manhattan!
The Hurricane Club
360 Park Ave. (26th St.)
212.951.7111
Be transported to a Polynesian paradise
right in the middle of Park Ave! A tropical
nightclub complete with high-end tiki bar,
oversized coral & shell fireplace and barnacle
chandelier.
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Alfredo
4 W. 49th St. (5th Ave.)
212.397.0100
Harlem Bar-B-Q
2367 Frederick Douglas Blvd.
(W. 127th St.) 212.222.1922
Travel to Rome without the jet lag. Award
winning Italian cuisine with original Fettuccine Alfredo in a dynamic, modern room surrounded by Hirschfield murals.
Located in the heart of Harlem, Harlem BarB-Q offers the best in barbeque, soul food and
frozen drinks. Stop by today and taste what’s
great!
La Bonne Soup
48 W. 55th St. (bet. 5th & 6th Aves.)
212.586.7650
Red Rooster Harlem
310 Lenox Ave. (126th St.)
212.792.9001
Delicately prepared and incredibly comforting French food is what makes La Bonne
Soup a real treasure in the frenzy of Midtown.
Burger Joint Le Parker Meridien
119 W. 56th St. (5th Ave.)
212.708.7414
Lincoln Center
F
rom the lively commercial areas of Midtown West up to the
picturesque blocks of the Upper West Side (UWS), the west side of
Manhattan is as ideal for a big night out as it is for a quiet parkside
stroll. First-class NYC establishments like Carnegie Hall and Lincoln
Center hold stately positions in Midtown West, as do hip new modern
attractions like the Hudson Hotel, with its numerous bars, chic lounge
and fabulous restaurant. Columbus Circle offers premium shopping right
at the southwest corner of Central Park, which, in all its pastoral glory,
serves as a beautiful transition from the midtown buzz to the revered UWS.
Brownstones and tree-lined streets mark this neighborhood as a favorite
place to live, and attractions like the American Museum of Natural History
make it a neighborhood rich with history and culture. Plentiful restaurants
make it easy to meander these neighborhoods, so whether you’re after the
shops, museums or a view of the park...the west side is where to be.
Tucked behind a curtain (literally) in the hotel, this burger joint slings messy, amazing
burgers and fries to the post and pre-theater
set...as well as those who are on to the secret.
Museums
American Museum of
Natural History
200 Central Park West (79th St.)
212.708.9400
With more than 32 million specimens and artifacts this is somewhat of a NYC crown jewel
of museums. General admission includes admission to the museum's 45 permanent halls
and the Rose Center for Earth and Space.
The New York Historical Society
170 Central Park West (77th St.)
212.873.3400
Delivers the rich and exciting history of how
this great city came to be and the unique rare
stories that helped shape it! There are astonishing paintings, relics, artifacts and more all
on exhibit!
Located in the heart of Harlem, Red Rooster
serves comfort food celebrating the roots of
American cuisine and the diverse culinary
traditions of the neighborhood.
Miss Maude’s Spoonbread Too
547 Lenox Ave. (138th St.)
212.690.3100
Miss Maude promises an experience that’s
“like going back home,” which is oddly exciting when you’re visiting the Big Apple. Cozy
up for generations-old recipes yielding fried
chicken, smoky collard greens and a whole
lotta love.
Africa Kine Restaurant
256 W. 116th St.
(Frederick Douglass Blvd.)
212.666.9400
Nestled in the Little Senegal neighborhood of
Harlem, this may be the best spot for African
and Moroccan dishes, including fish, lamb
and okra stew.
Hudson River Cafe
697 W. 133rd St. (Broadway)
212.491.9111
This landmark two-story eatery offers an
exquisite seafood-focused menu with seasonal ingredients and a few Latin and Asian
touches.
Attractions
Attractions
Radio City Music Hall
1260 Sixth Ave. (50th St.)
212.247.4777
Apollo Theater
253 W. 125th St. (8th Ave.)
212.531.5300
An art deco wonder in Midtown, Radio City
Music Hall will have you wishing you were
in heels.
Harlem’s famous venue honors and promotes
the contributions of black American performers. Amateur night at this historical venue
launched the careers of many legends.
Lincoln Center
70 Lincoln Center Plaza (63rd St.)
212.875.6500
Whatever your taste, from a night at Jazz At
Lincoln Center, to the sophisticated classical
masterpieces of the New York Philharmonic
or the New York City Ballet.
Join us for a truly authentic experience
Next stop...Harlem
Sunday and Wednesdays
Harlem Gospel Tours
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690 8th Avenue (44th St.)
212.391.0900
Offering various tours including a Harlem
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dynamic guided tours of the city’s abundant
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nlike any other area of Manhattan, the northernmost neighborhoods
of Harlem, Morningside Heights and East Harlem offer an eclectic
landscape of musical history, African American culture and vibrant
restaurants and shopping. In Morningside Heights, don’t miss the awe-inspiring Cathedral of St. John the Divine, the fourth largest Christian Church
in the world. Restaurants are just as incredible in these neighborhoods, like
the waterfront Hudson River Cafe, and just west into Harlem, the legendary Dinosaur BBQ. Historic jazz venues make these neighborhoods unrivaled
nightlife destinations; grab tickets to a show at the ever-amazing Cotton Club
or the Apollo Theater. Then shop the many new boutiques in the area, like
Swing, which exhibits contemporary, designer apparel, accessories and home
furnishings. By both embracing the past and writing the future, Harlem and
its surrounding neighborhoods will both inspire and impress you like no other
neighborhoods can.
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Midtown East
Benjamin Steakhouse
52 E. 41st St.
(bet. Park & Madison Aves.)
212.297.9177
United Nations
Attractions
Grand Central Terminal
87 E. 42nd St. (Lexington Ave.)
212.532.4900
In addition to being one of the major transit
hubs for the City that Never Sleeps, Grand
Central Terminal also offers an unparalleled
dining and shopping experience. Explore the
dramatic arched ceilings and elegant hallways while grabbing a bite on the Dining
Concourse.
St. Patrick's Cathedral
P
acked proudly with some of the world’s most iconic buildings and incredible retailers, Midtown East offers a perfect balance of spectacle and
shopping. Start your tour with a visit to Grand Central Terminal which
has been astounding travelers and locals alike since 1871. Nearby, the Chrysler Building is yet another landmark attraction, with impeccable art deco
styling. Meandering north along Fifth Avenue will bring you to even more
sites and exceptional retailers, including Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick’s
Cathedral, as well as Bergdorf Goodman and Saks. Dining in Midtown East
is just as dazzling as sightseeing, with Fresco by Scotto serving up refined
Italian cuisine from one of NYC’s favorite celebrity families and BLT Steak
mastering French-inspired steakhouse favorites. With old-world beauty and
modern-day flair, Midtown East remains one of Manhattan’s most marvelous
areas to roam.
Indulge in an authentic Greek Dining Experience
BEST Prix-Fixe Lunch in town!
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
460 Madison Ave. (51st St.)
Find peace at this architecturally stunning
Neo-Gothic-style Catholic church with historical roots. It projects a blissful ambience
with heavenly stained glass windows and
vast combined organs.
United Nations
First Ave. at 46th St.
212.963.8687
A fascinating independent territory, the
United Nations offers informative tours and a
glimpse into world affairs like no other establishment can give.
59E59
59 E. 59th St. (Park Ave.)
212.753.5959
The number one Off Broadway destination in
New York City. Nestled on 59th St. between
Madison and Park Avenues, 59E59 Theaters
is a spectacular modern theater complex with
a variety of shows performing on three stages
and a lively jazz bar on the mezzanine level.
Sony Wonder Technology Lab
550 Madison Ave. (Madison Ave.)
212.833.8100
This fascinating four-story exhibition is perfect for the curious and the technophiles, complete with the history of TV and the chance to
mix your own music.
Top of The Rock
10 Rockefeller Plaza (49th St.)
212.698.2000
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view of the city in the heart of it all. From the
sweeping green of Central Park to the thrilling city skyline, nowhere else can you see
New York so spectacularly.
Restaurants
Ammos
52 Vanderbilt Ave. (52nd St.)
212.922.9999
This upscale open space Mediterranean seafood restaurant serves authentic Greek food
with a blend of both new age and traditional
Greek flair - complete with delicious fish imported from Greece!
From the beautifully marbled cuts of dryaged beef to the impeccably refined service
and charm, Benjamin Steakhouse prides itself on providing a quality dining experience
in an elegant Midtown setting, attracting
business professionals and celebrities alike.
Dos Caminos
825 Third Ave. (50th St.)
212.336.5400
A large eatery known for exceptional Mexican
food, hearty and crisp taco salads, enchiladas
and more. Plus, your guacamole made just
the way you like it!
“One of the 8 Best Steakhouses in New York” – Zagat 2011
Caffe Linda
145 E. 49th St. (3rd Ave.)
646.497.1819
A treasure in Midtown, offering satisfying
salads, soups and deliciously al dente pastas.
All in an easy, accessible dining space that
won’t have you worrying about red sauce on
a white tablecloth.
Darbar Grill
157 E. 55th St. (3rd Ave.)
212.751.4600
Showcases authentic Indian cuisine with regional specialities spanning from exotic curries, tandoori bread to impeccable rice.
Palm Restaurant
837 2nd Ave. (45th St.)
212.687.2953
Still in its original 1926 location, The Palm
provides a dining experience you won’t soon
forget. The walls of The Palm are covered
with such vivid, colorful history that you
won’t be able to take your eyes off them.
The Sea Fire Grill
158 E. 48th St. (3rd & Lex Aves.)
212.935.3785
A first-class, succulent American seafood restaurant with locally sourced ingredients and
a contemporary chic décor.
Sakagura
211 E. 43rd St. (2nd & 3rd Aves.)
212.953.SAKE
This hidden gem offers sizzling Japanese cuisine, a full sake bar, and an immersive atmosphere that transports you to Tokyo.
Peking Duck House
236 E. 53rd St. (2nd & 3rd Aves.)
212.759.8260
A flavorful, first-rate Chinese restaurant with
robust dishes and – as its name indicates –
the best duck in the city!
The Oyster Bar
87 E. 42nd St. (Lex. Ave.)
212.490.6650
Situated on the lower level of Grand Central
Terminal, this old school, NYC seafood staple
offers the freshest oysters and one of the largest seafood menus in town!
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Central Park
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Ave. (82nd St.)
212.535.7710
“The Met” as it’s affectionately known, boasts
over 2 millions works of art from classical antiquity through the European masters all the
way to modern American pieces.
Belvedere Castle
Per Se
10 Columbus Circle (60th St.)
212.823.9335
One of the world's top restaurants, Thomas
Keller's Per Se serves impeccable New American and French fare in a magnificent and
romantic setting overlooking Central Park
South. Its food, service and décor are unparalleled and Chef Eli Kaimeh’s prix-fixe
9-course meal is cooked to perfection.
Central Park
T
he crown jewel of Manhattan, Central Park is an epic landscape
of rolling hills, wide open meadows, wooded forests, creeks, ponds,
rocky outcrops and enchanting restaurants and attractions. Between 1821-1855 the population of New York had nearly quadrupled,
which meant what few natural, open spaces existed were certainly soon
overrun. In part a response to the growing need for a natural escape (and
an alternative to the saloons!), Central Park was developed as the largest
landscaped public park in the country, topping out at roughly 700 acres.
More accurately considered a cultural hub, it boasts an outdoor amphitheater hosting “Shakespeare in the Park” during summer, Wollman Ice
Rink in the winter, a zoo year-round along with countless other seasonal
destinations. With so much history and so many natural wonders, a tour is
well worth the time. But even without a tour, just taking 5 steps into the
wonderland of Central Park acquaints you with an entirely new city...that
built of towering trees, babbling brooks, busy creatures and hidden gems
at every turn.
Attractions
The Dakota & Strawberry Fields
Central Park West (72nd St.)
Just on the west edge of the park is the famous site of John Lennon’s death, the Dakota. Many flock here annually to remember
the beloved Beatles member, and also to visit
Strawberry Fields just across the street in the
park. As a 2.5 acre section of the park it pays
beautiful tribute to Lennon.
Carriage Ride
Central Park South
(5th & 6th Aves.)
Always a major attraction and for good reason, a carriage ride in Central Park is pure
magic. While you can walk up for a ride, we
love booking ahead online to pre-arrange
flowers, photography and other special addons. Available year-round!
Central Park Zoo
Enter on 5th Ave. (64th St.)
212.439.6500
This charming zoo is open every day of the
year, with a brilliant collection of animals.
Whether rain, sun or snow, the animals are
happy to have visitors, and amidst the canopy
of Central Park, this zoo feels more like a
wonderful forest worth exploring.
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Belvedere Castle
Central Park West (79th Street)
212.772.0210
Named for the Italian meaning "beautiful
view," this castle offers park goers exactly
what its name implies. With its two balconies, it supplies wonderful panoramic
views that include some of Central Park's
most beautiful and famous landmarks: the
Delacorte Theater, the Great Lawn, the
Turtle Pond and the Ramble.
Restaurants
Dove Tail
103 W. 77th St. (Columbus Ave.)
212.362.3800
Just around the corner from the Museum
of Natural History is this neighborhood
gem. A warm, intimate environment
serves up contemporary American cuisine
from an award-winning chef.
Club Macanudo
26 E. 63rd St. (Madison Ave.)
212.752.8200
This cozy, wood-paneled temple to tobacco
is one of the few places you can still smoke
in NYC! Grab a (surprisingly affordable)
premium cigar, and a signature SixtyThird Street Martini.
Robert
2 Columbus Circle (58th St.)
212.299.7730
Situated atop the Museum of Arts and Design, this Modern American eatery with
Mediterranean influences offers outstandingly tasty dishes in a breathtaking, artsy,
and chic scenic atmosphere. Make sure to
request window seating to capitalize on the
spectacular park view, and stop by Wed.-Sat.
nights after 8PM for live jazz while you dine!
Leopard at des Artistes
1 W. 67th St. (Central Park W.)
212.787.8767
Surrounding the park is a world of wonderful
cuisine. This elegant eatery serves top-notch
Italian food to a well-heeled crowd (and many
celebrities). Look sharp and try the grilled
octopus or warm, creamy risotto of the day.
Lincoln Ristorante
142 W. 65th St. (Broadway)
212.359.6500
This renowned Italian restuarant within the
famed Lincoln Center masters modern Italian
cuisine with simple, fresh ingredients. The atmosphere is sharp, modern and stylish, and
the popular 3-course prex-fixe menu includes
two savory dishes and a dessert.
The Oak Room
10 Central Park S. (5th Ave.)
212.758.7777
This New York landmark, set inside the Plaza
Hotel, exudes comfort and luxury. Stop in for
a classic cocktail and a view of the park and
marvel at the stunning detail of the wood
decor, and the handsome crowd surrounding
you.
Jean Georges
1 Central Park W. (61st St.)
212.299.3900
Sample the art of world-renowned chef JeanGeorges Vongerichten, at this exquisite dining landmark. Menus change seasonally but
are always executed with surprise and precision, and prex-fixe options for lunch and dinner are a fabulous way to sample the latest
creations.
Cooper-Hewitt
2 E. 91st St. (5th Ave.)
212.849.8341
A hub for historic and contemporary design,
this museum houses more than 250,000 pieces—from furniture to prints to textiles.
The Jewish Museum
1109 Fifth Ave. (93rd St.)
212.423.3200
Spanning two floors and four thousand years,
this museum explores the Jewish identity.
Whitney Museum of American Art
945 Madison Ave. (75th St.)
212.570.3600
With a focus on 20th- and 21st century American art, the Whitney concentrates on a stunning collection spanning a wide variety of
media.
Shopping
Bloomingdale’s
1000 3rd Ave. (59th St.)
212.705.5900
Affectionately known as Bloomies, this NYC
icon is known for cutting edge fashion as well
as affordable, everyday finds.
DKNY
655 Madison Ave. (60th St.)
212.223.3569
Simply stated, DKNY is the energy and spirit
of New York. International, eclectic, fun,
fast and real. Both fashionable and friendly,
DKNY consistently delivers its unique mix
of style
Bergdorf Goodman
754 Fifth Ave. (58th St.)
212.753.7300
A legendary department store with stunning
collections for women, men and home. Don’t
be afraid to get lost!
Restaurants
The Loeb Central Park Boathouse
E. 72nd St. & Park Dr. Nr.
212.517.2233
If you’ve never had an elegant meal with
breathtaking views of Central Park as the
skyline tickles the horizon line, then make a
reservation for a meal at the Boathouse.
Eats on Lex
1055 Lexington Ave. (75th St.)
212.396.3287
This delightful American bistro serves up
perfectly shucked oysters, mouthwatering
dry-aged burgers, and first-class martinis.
Plus, Eats is located right near the Met and
just two streets from the Whitney Museum.
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Bloomingdale's
ituated just north of Midtown East, the Upper East Side (UES) displays a polish and elegance that’s earned it the apt title “Silk Stocking District.” While home to many of the city’s affluent and powerful, the UES is also home to the brilliant “Museum Mile,” spanning Fifth
Avenue, roughly from 82nd-105th Street. Flanked by the beauty of Central
Park, this stretch boasts some of the city’s finest museums like the Guggenheim Museum and the Jewish Museum. In addition to museums, the
UES also offers exquisite, high-end shopping. Visit the ultra-lux, 2-story
Agent Provocateur for a range of lingerie, including nice little lacy French
options as well as more naughty, crystal-studded pieces. Even the dining
exhibits an unparalleled sophistication, as seen at Daniel Boulud’s Cafe
Boulud which masters the art of seasonal, French delicacies. The UES exudes all aspects of the good life, so go, wander and feel grand.
Brooklyn
Attractions
BAM
30 Lafayette Ave. (St. Felix St.)
718.636.4100
The Brooklyn Academy of Music is a major
performing arts venue known as a center for
contemporary and avant-garde performance.
BAM’s mission is to be the preeminent performing and cinema arts center of the 21st
century, engaging both global and local communities.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
1000 Washington Ave. (Crown St.)
718.623.7200
Prospect Park Zoo
W
ith 2.6 million residents, if Brooklyn were its own city today,
it would be the fourth largest city in America. (Actually, it
was its own city until 1898—“the Great Mistake of ’98,” as so
many residents call it). Now, as the most populous borough of New York
City, Brooklyn is home to diverse neighborhoods including some of the
country’s most vibrant African-American, Caribbean, Chinese, Greek,
Irish, Italian, Jewish, Latino, Pakistani, Polish, Russian and Turkish
communities, among many others. Today, Brooklyn attracts resident
world-class authors, artists, “starchitects,” green designers and hip-hop
entrepreneurs, fashion designers and fashionistas, the stroller set and
Hollywood actors. As always, Brooklyn remains a borough of hard-working immigrants—a proudly diverse place. As Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz says, “In your travels, you may even experience
our famous “Brooklyn attitude” and find that we definitely deserve our
long-standing international reputation for being reserved, modest and
shy. We might get in your face but we can also charm you out of your
socks! So when it comes to food, culture, art, architecture, and so much
more, once you spend some time in Brooklyn, you will never fuhgeddaboudit! ”
Situated on 52 acres in the heart of Brooklyn, Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG) is a living museum, as well as a horticultural and
botanical resource, featuring world-class
plant collections and specialty gardens. BBG
offers year-round public programs, including
Sakura Matsuri, the annual cherry blossom
festival.
Brooklyn Bridge Park
Old Fulton St. (Water St.)
An 85-acre, post-industrial waterfront site
stretching 1.3 miles along Brooklyn’s East
River edge, from the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges in the north, to Pier 6 and Atlantic Avenue in the south. The park includes
the majestic Jane’s Carousel, created in 1922,
and beautifully restored by Jane Walentas.
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Pkwy
(Washington Ave.)
718.638.5000
One of the largest and most comprehensive
art museums in the country, the Brooklyn
Museum’s exceptional permanent collection
includes objects ranging from ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary art, representing almost every culture. The Museum
also presents a wide range of high profile exhibitions.
Brooklyn Tourism Visitors Center
209 Joralemon St. (Court St.)
718.802.3846
Located in historic Brooklyn Borough Hall.
The center welcomes visitors from all over
the world, providing them with information
about everything Brooklyn has to offer, and
includes a shop with select Brooklyn merchandise.
MoCADA
80 Hanson Pl. (S. Portland Ave.)
718.230.0492
The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) uses the visual arts as
a point of departure for exploring new artistic production across a variety of disciplines.
Through exhibitions and programming,
MoCADA encourages dialogue on pressing
social and political issues facing the African
Diaspora, and fosters a dynamic space for the
creation and continuous evolution of culture.
New York Transit Museum
130 Livingston St. (Boerum Pl.)
718.694.1600
Visit the country’s largest museum of urban
public transportation history and get an insider’s look at how trains and buses keep New
Yorkers on the move! Located in an authentic
1930s subway station, the New York Transit
Museum is home to over a hundred years of
transit lore and memorabilia.
Prospect Park
90 Prospect Park W.
718.965.8951
A 585-acre urban oasis located in the heart
of Brooklyn, Prospect Park is the masterpiece
of famed landscape architects Frederick Law
Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who also designed
Central Park. Popular activities range from
skating to birding to pedal boating to picnicking on the Long Meadow on beautiful days.
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Prospect Park Zoo
450 Flatbush Ave.
The charming 12-acre Prospect Park Zoo features three major thematic zones, a central
court with a sea lion pool and gardens, plus a
“petting zoo” where goats, sheep and alpacas
enjoy being fed.
St. Ann's Warehouse
29 Jay St. (Plymouth St.)
718.254.8779
For 33 years, St. Ann’s Warehouse has commissioned, produced and presented a unique
and eclectic body of innovative theater and
concert presentations that meet at the intersection of theater and rock and roll. St. Ann’s
Warehouse has become one of New York
City’s most important and compelling live
performance destinations.
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Dine & Shop
5th & 7th Aves. in Park Slope
The “other” 5th Avenue is in Brooklyn! 5th
Avenue and its parallel 7th Avenue are both
home to unique Brooklyn restaurants and
boutique shops.
Smith St. in Carroll Gardens
One of Brooklyn’s major restaurant rows complemented by a great many bars, shops and
the eclectic Micro Museum.
Atlantic Ave. in Downtown Brooklyn
Long known for its antique shopping, Atlantic
Avenue is now also a major fashion and food
destination.
Court St. in Downtown Brooklyn
Here you will find a plethora of restaurants
and shops.
Fulton Mall in Downtown Brooklyn
Capped by the iconic Junior’s Restaurant—
famous for its cheesecake—this pedestrian
mall offers a wide variety of shopping from
discount to high-end stores.
Montague St. in Brooklyn Heights
Situated in an architecturally unique residential area with small town charm, this street
offers a number of dining and shopping experiences and leads to the world famous Brooklyn Promenade.
(children under 12 are always free). Expires November 1, 2013.
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festival days where special pricing is in effect (i.e. Sakura Matsuri,
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Front St. & Water St. DUMBO
Those interested in art and architecture will
be amazed by the cobblestone streets lined
with shops featuring high-end furniture,
fashion, design and food. Don’t miss the nearby Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Sleep in Brooklyn
Whether you walk across the Brooklyn
Bridge, or ferry, drive or subway to Brooklyn,
there’s so much to do you’ll want to sleep over!
(and plan time for day trips to Manhattan).
Brooklyn offers a variety of hotels (four-star
to budget) and a unique array of bed and
breakfast/inns in brownstone and Victorian
neighborhoods. For a list of Brooklyn accommodations, visit www.visitbrooklyn.org
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Day & Night
Experience luxur y on Long Island at all hours.
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or beautiful day trips or thrilling
nightlife, look no further than the
Hamptons. Waterside villages glitter
with natural beauty, celebrity stylings,
soft sand beaches and an energy that is both chill,
and chic. Defying categorization, the Hamptons
truly has it all, from sun-soaked day activities
like surfing and fishing to full-swing parties after
dark.
Start your tour at the very tip of Long Island
and bask away the day at Montauk’s The Surf
Lodge. Since 1967 it has lured in travelers from
around the world with its seaside charm. Grab
a seat for exceptional food, drinks and sunsetwatching or wade out for world-class fishing and
surfing (183 Edgemere St., Montauk).
HAMPTONS
by day, and night
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For some of the finest dining on the island,
head to Southampton Social Club (256 Elm
St., Southampton). A hub for both celebrities
and visitors, this Hamptons favorite masters
seasonal, American cuisine and keeps the evening
interesting with a long list of signature cocktails
like the unforgettable jalapeno-watermelon
Social Cooler.
The Surf Lodge
Nearby, the rustic-chic atmosphere of
Georgica Restaurant and Lounge is a
magnet for Hamptonites both day and night (108
Wainscott Stone Rd., Wainscott). The seafood bar
is superb and the crowd is always worth lingering
for.
If you’re after Manhattan-style clubbing head
to SL East, which boasts 7,000 square feet of
indoor and outdoor nightclub space (44 Three
Mile Harbor Rd., East Hampton). Whether you’re
up for a perfectly mixed cocktail or an amazing
live performance, SL East executes both to a tee.
Finally, Day & Night Hamptons brings the
thrill of nightlife...to the day. The talk of the
island is now the much-anticipated ticket of the
summer. Reserve your spot now for their epic
disco brunch on 7/4, 8/3 or Labor Day at Gurney's
Inn and break all the brunch stereotypes when
a skydiver drops a bottle of Dom Pérignon Rosé
direct to your table.
Whether you’re soaking in the surf in Montauk
or making waves at an East Hampton club like
SL East, each spot proves that the energy of the
Hamptons never lets up, no matter the hour.
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Family-owned since 1911, this wistful old
soda shop still has the original tin ceilings
and the magical spirit of days past. Classic
American diner fare make Eckart’s a comfort amidst the haute Hamptons restaurantscape. Grab a corned beef hash, hot cup of coffee and fresh slice of pie and enjoy a moment
back in time.
The Patio at 54 Main
54 Main St. (Westhampton)
631.288.4878
For comfort food with flare, The Patio at 54
Main draws in locals and vacationers alike.
The warm and inviting dining space is the
perfect backdrop for a dozen local oysters,
roasted long island duck and an espresso
martini. Plus, live music on weekends makes
lingering even easier.
Sushi 1
210 Mill Rd. (Westhampton)
631.288.5096
Montauk Lighthouse
A
lure for the rich and
famous. A light at the
end of Long Island. The
Hamptons
are
undeniably
the first name in luxury, rest
and relaxation. A charming
collection of waterside villages
and hamlets, the Hamptons
comprises the South Fork of
Long Island. A drive down Route
27, or a ride on the Long Island
Railroad or Hampton Jitney will
transport you to long stretches
of beaches, bucolic beauty and
a resort lifestyle like no other.
Westhampton is characterized
by picturesque tree-lined streets
and Victorian-style mansions,
while Southampton shines with
old-world elegance and wealth
as is exhibited in its sprawling
estates and wonderful shopping.
Arguably the epicenter of
the Hamptons social scene,
East Hampton glimmers with
celebrity and countless hot
spots for dining and shopping.
Even towns without “hampton”
in the name, like Montauk and
Amagansett, are big draws on
this magnetic island strip with
their whitewashed charm and
exceptional seafood and surfing.
As much a location as a state of
mind, the Hamptons is the sheer
definition of seaside splendor.
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Restaurants
Plaza Cafe
61 Hill St. (Southampton)
631.283.9323
Make a reservation now at this world-class
Seafood-centric eatery. Nestled on a blissful
Hampton’s backstreet, its impeccable service,
exquisite cuisine, and luxuriously spacious
atmosphere make for memorable, quality
dining.
Nick & Toni's
136 N Main St. (East Hampton)
631.324.3550
Reminiscent of a Tuscan farmhouse, Nick &
Toni’s is an East Hampton classic with flavorful Mediterranean and rustic Italian influenced dishes. Ingredients are freshly plucked
from the restaurant’s organic garden and the
menu changes seasonally. It’s a great place to
stop after a fun day at Main Beach. Try their
acclaimed zucchini chips and make sure to
save room for some out of this world tartufo!
Rowdy Hall
10 Main St. (East Hampton)
631.324.8555
Once an 18th-century boarding house brimming with bohemian artists and revelers,
Rowdy Hall now possesses a bit more of a
laid-back bistro vibe, with a classic and comforting menu including Coq Au Vin and a
crispy Guinness-battered fish and chips.
The 1770 House Restaurant & Inn
143 Main St. (East Hampton)
631.324.1770
Dating back to 1663, this charming yet contemporary eatery and inn offers refined
American cuisine in two distinct dining spaces. Enjoy the elegance of the upstairs room
or the casual pub atmosphere downstairs.
Either way, the food is impeccable and the
history palpable.
The Hamptons knows fish, and Sushi 1 is no
exception. A traditional Japanese menu offers
supremely fresh fish, prepared with care by
a husband-and-wife team. The intimate dining room keeps things cozy, with a focus on
impeccable sushi and sashimi.
Sant Ambroeus
30 Main St. (Southampton)
631.283.1233
An airy linen-filled dining room and vinecovered patio will make you feel like you’re in
Milan. Classic Italian fare is spot on, from the
bright caprese salad to the rich and creamy
risotto of the day. And there’s no better way
to end the meal than with the lemon-glazed
ricotta cheesecake.
668 The Gig Shack
782 Main St. (Montauk)
631.668.2727
While the Montauk vibe is salty and casual,
the food is brilliantly refined at this popular
family-run eatery. Lobster tacos are succulent and the smoky pork empanadas are rich
and just right after a day on the water. Settle
in on the patio and see why Montauk is so
mesmerizing.
Harvest on Fort Pond
11 S Emery St. (Montauk)
631.668.5574
Reserve a seat now for this exceptional localto-table restaurant. Enjoy family-style Italian
cuisine elevated with local seafood and fresh
ingredients from the restaurant’s own garden. From crisp pizza to pasta and seafood to
dessert, Harvest on Fort Pond is a celebration
of both food and flavor.
Inlet Seafood Restaurant
541 E Lake Dr. (Montauk)
631.668.4272
When it comes to fish, few places do it better. Owned by local fishermen, Inlet Seafood
features a menu that’s right off the boat. Take
in the sunset and see what the day’s catch is.
From classic lobster with corn on the cob to
creative sushi rolls, there’s no place that celebrates the bounty of the sea better.
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Hamptons
Eckart Luncheonette
162 Mill Rd. (Westhampton)
631.288.9491
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Southampton Shopping
Maison 24
2424 Main St. (Bridgehampton)
631.537.2488
This lifestyle boutique offers a fantastic break
from the whitewashed beachiness of the
Hamptons. Dive into playful designs, from
T-shirts and day-glo candlestick holders to
unique rugs and coffee tables. A little quirky,
a little modern, a little silly and a little serious...Maison 24 has it all.
East Hampton
Shopping
Everything But Water
66 Newtown Lane (East Hampton)
631.324.5693
Find everything you need to be outfitted for
the sun, from swimwear to accessories. Top
designers include Marc by Marc Jacobs, Nanette Lepore and Trina Turk. Even the owner’s own line is top-notch, colorful yet breezy.
Aesop
55 Main St. (East Hampton)
631.324.1985
This Australian beauty line has been creating
a range of superlative, plant-based products
for the skin, hair, and body since 1987. Their
beautiful, signature East Hampton boutique
is now open and fit with a gorgeously unique
interior lined with digitally fabricated pegboard panels.
Intermix
87 Main St. (East Hampton)
631.907.8025
This women's specialty, multi-brand fashion
retailer offers a curated mix of fashionable
styles from the most coveted designers including Brian Atwood, Diane von Furstenberg,
and Stella McCartney. If you’re in Southampton, check out their second location at 64
Main St. (631.283.8510)!
Scoop Beach
47 Newtown Ln. (East Hampton)
631.329.8080
An iconic NYC boutique offering laid back,
beach-friendly garments for both men and
women. Features a meticulous selection of
the season’s best fashion items from internationally acclaimed young and upcoming
designers. This ‘ultimate closet’ is an East
Hampton gem with unmatched personal service.
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C. Wonder Pop-Up
5 Main St. (Southampton)
631.287.2645
This women’s fashion and housewares retailer offers colorful, affordable products including clothing, shoes, jewelry, accessories,
home decor, gadgets, electronics and gifts.
They specialize in summer lifestyle products
and classic items updated with bold colors
and patterns. If you’re in East Hampton,
check out their second location at 48 Main St.
(631.324.8513)!
Stich Southampton
22 Nugent St. (Southampton)
631.377.3993
A unique and creative boutique where you
can create your own style with professional
custom garments and alterations. Choose
from a variety of locally sourced and imported
fabrics and have them ‘stitched’ together by
an in-house design team. There’s no better
way to express yourself.
Alice & Olivia
58 Jobs Ln. (Southampton)
631.204.0164
This quirky-retro clothing line founded by
designer Stacey Bendet is a sexy yet sophisticated brand with a playful sensibility.
Stop by for some celebrity approved dresses,
gowns, accessories and more! If you’re in East
Hampton, check out their second location at
79 Main St. (631.702.7155).
Ananas Spa
71 Hill St. (Southampton)
631.287.9099
For sun-lovers all over, this spa and its shop
are part of the perfect summer routine.
Whether you’re in for a pampering service or
not, don’t miss their signature bath products
and scented oils, as well as beautiful jewelry
and more.
Isaac Mizrahi Pop-Up
44A Main St. (Southampton)
212.643.0269
The iconic Brooklyn-born designer and television personality known for his eponymous
fashion lines is popping up in Southampton
this summer. Treat yourself to everything
from apparel to fragrances to swimwear and
pet accessories.
Beaches
Main Beach
End of Ocean Ave
off Montauk Hwy (East Hampton)
The only beach in the area with a pavilion
offering food, Main Beach is just that: Main.
It’s often the see-and-be-seen main attraction
in the Hamptons with soft, white sand and
fantastic people (and celebrity) watching. For
sunbathing or surfing, it’s hard to top.
Cooper's Beach
268 Meadow Ln. (Southampton)
631.283.0247
Lined with historic mansions, Cooper’s Beach
is a sprawling site of both grand living and
great surf. Plus, the family-friendly vibe
makes it an ideal spot for sandcastles and
safe splashing.
Pikes Beach
Off Dune Rd. (Westhampton)
631.728.8585
This laid back 400-foot stretch of super soft
sand is perfectly suited for sun-tanners and
families. Keep an eye out for the popular
Beach Treats truck which sells gourmet gelato, snow cones and other sweet treats to
cool down.
Havens Beach
Off Bay St. near Hempstead St.
(Sag Harbor)
631.725.0222
A bit more secluded than other beaches, Havens is known for soft sand and gentle tides,
making it an ideal beach for an easy swim.
Plus, nearby playground equipment means
the kids can keep busy while you lounge in
the sun.
Quick tips for tackling
1. Hailing a taxi.
The Big Apple!
Only take rides from yellow cabs with
a medallion displayed on the hood.
Look for cabs with their top middle
light on, then raise your arm! If the
middle light is off, and the small lights
on either side of the middle light are
on, then it is off duty. If the top light
is entirely off, it is occupied. Don’t
forget to tip, roughly 15% or more.
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3. Feeling safe.
Avoiding pick pockets is as simple as
being aware of your surroundings.
Make sure purses and bags are closed,
and when on the subway, keep them in
front of you especially if you’re standing in a crowd.
6. Just ask 311.
8. Succeed on the subway.
NYC has a very thorough and responsive
help line, 311 (or if you’re outside the
city, 212-NEW-YORK). They can let you
know what roads are closed, the route
of a parade or help you with any other
city or government question or concern.
The subway is an extremely efficient
and affordable way to explore the city,
but it can sometimes be confusing. Look
for a map on each platform and ask, ask,
ask! New Yorkers know the subway like
the back of their hand and are quick to
help point you in the right direction.
2. Typical taxi troubles.
4. Stay in step.
7. Tipping smart.
9. North, South, East...What?
It’s not just tourists who may get unfair treatment from taxis when asking to go to the airport, or to the outer
boroughs. Remember, it’s in your Passenger Bill of Rights that a cab must
take you anywhere in the 5 boroughs,
including the airport. To prevent lost
items, take note of the taxi ID number
(it’s also on your credit card receipt!).
To file a complaint or attempt to recover lost items, call (212) 692-8294.
The energy of the city is what makes
it wonderful. Keep things moving smoothly by stepping to the
side of the sidewalk when consulting a map. And just like on the road,
slower walkers should keep right.
Tipping is customary in NYC, and
should ideally be done with cash, not
on a card. Here’s a rough guide: Waitstaff, 20%. Bartender, $1/drink. Coatroom attendant, $1-2/coat. Valet,
$2 - $5 for each trip. Washroom attendant, 50 cents to $1. Hotel doorman, $1/bag for help with luggage
and $1/person for hailing a cab. Hotel housekeeper, $2 - $5 per night.
Hotel concierge, $5+ for getting you
tickets or reservations. Tour Guides,
$2 - 5 for giving helpful information
and entertainment during your tour.
It’s nice that NYC is on a grid, but it
can still be tricky figuring out which
way is which. Streets run East/West,
and get higher as they go North.
Avenues run North/South and get
higher as they go West. Another tip
that works about 99% of the time is
that the odd numbered avenues run
downtown (South) and the even numbered avenues run uptown (North)!
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5. Restroom 411.
We’ve all been there: enjoying a day
in the city, but in need of a restroom.
Most coffee shops are an easy place
to find a restroom, but also consider
museums or hotels for quick relief!
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Luxury Shopping
Bloomingdale's
Henri Bendel
Affectionately known as Bloomies, this NYC icon is known for cutting-edge fashion and some
of the best sale racks in town, especially on shoes! The timeless charm and extremely helpful
staff (always around when you seem to need some help!) make Bloomies an absolute pleasure
to shop. From Gucci to Guess, and everything in between, Bloomies offers high-end finds as
well as hard-to-find steals. And visitors should be sure to hit the Visitor Center to ask about a
free gift with purchase over $300.
This Henri Bendel flagship store on Fifth Avenue is the place to go for gorgeous women’s accessories. The store, situated in three former townhouses, is a monument to the past glory
of NYC while housing some of the trendiest and most stylish modern brands. The first floor
features makeup and skincare collections from top cosmetic lines like Trish McEvoy, Mally
Beauty and Mario Badescu, among others. You’ll also find exceptional jewelry, including the
signature Bendel bangle bracelets. The second floor offers great accessories and handbags. No
visit to the store is complete without picking up something adorned with the famous Bendel
brown and white stripes!
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Kenneth Cole New York Watches
Stylish New Yorkers love DKNY. Designed by NYC native Donna Karan, the new Spring collection features trendy looks for the new season. You’ll glow in everything from fashionable
maxi dresses to rugged leather jackets. Women will find everything from head to toe, including
clothing, shoes, accessories and fragrances. Make sure to check out the DKNY collection for
Men as well, which features great suits, outerwear, tops, and more. Shop the collection at
either of the two DKNY shops in NYC or at fine department stores like Bloomingdales.
For the most coveted watches, we turn to Kenneth Cole New York. A master of design, Kenneth
Cole has created a collection of timepieces to enhance any Holiday wardrobe. These iconic
timepieces combine fashion and technology with stimulating styles designed and tailored
to express your individuality. Innovative colors, materials and detailing combine to create
a bold statement. Shop the latest collection at your nearest Macy's location, or visit www.
KennethColeTime.com to learn more about the collection.
[655 Madison between 60th and 61st Sts. 212.223.3569]
[Macy’s Herald Square: 151 W 34th St. 212.695.4400]
[420 West Broadway between Prince St. and Spring St. 646.613.1100]
[Kenneth Cole Store at Grand Central: 107 E. 42nd Street 212.949.8079]
[168 Fifth Ave at 22nd Street 212.989.3438]
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Ivanka Trump Boutique
Bergdorf Goodman
If you are in NYC looking for exquisite jewelry, handbags and accessories, then the Ivanka
Trump boutique should top your list of places to shop! Whether searching for something special to wear on your trip, or a gift for a special someone, this boutique has what you need. And
if you are shopping for the ultimate piece of jewelry, check out the bridal boutique to find the
perfect engagement ring or wedding band. Be sure to stop by for “Champagne Saturdays” for
a complimentary diamond consultation, from 11am-7pm.
A staple of New York City style since 1901, Bergdorf Goodman is home to the world’s finest
selection of luxury apparel and accessories for the whole family. All of the top designers have
their collections here; you may need a whole day just to see it all! Be sure to check out the
handbags and shoes on the second floor, as well as the fifth floor’s famous 5F contemporary
collection. And don’t worry about missing lunch- head to the BG Restaurant on the 7th floor
for lunch with great views of Central Park, or grab a quick bite in Goodman’s - a relaxed café
on the Beauty level.
[109 Mercer Street, near Spring St. 212.756.9912]
[5th avenue at 58th Street 1.800.558.1855]
John Varvatos
Barneys
Few designers have been able to combine fashion and rock ‘n’ roll like John Varvatos. His
clothing is often seen on the Red Carpet of major events, and worn by some of the hippest stars
around, from musicians like Jimmy Page and Common to Hollywood stars like Jeremy Piven,
Howard Stern and Zac Efron. His style is low key while still sharp and edgy. His collection
features exceptional jackets, shirts and suits. His footwear line features great looking casual
and formal selections, as well as a collaboration with Converse that raises classics like the
Chuck Taylor to a whole new level of cool. Be sure to check out his Bowery store, on the site of
the classic rock club CBGB’s!
It hardly gets cooler than Barney’s! Arguably the bar-setter on the NYC fashion scene, Barney’s curates some of the most innovative and avant garde designer apparel in the world. Their
roomy and modern outpost makes shopping more fun than frenzy. Find that limited-edition
Chanel lip-gloss on the bottom floor, luxurious home goods on the top floor and every kind of
fashion in between. The 7th floor hosts a Co-Op of cool designs for the younger, urban set and
Fred’s cafe offers some of the finest in-store dining around including a high tea on weekdays.
[61st St. & Madison Ave. 888.222.7639]
[Bowery: 315 Bowery between 1st St. & 2nd St. 212.358.0315]
[Soho: 122 Spring St. between Greene and Mercer 212.965.0700]
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Toys 'R' Us
The 110,000-square-foot toy store features a 60-foot indoor ferris wheel, 4,000-square foot
Barbie dollhouse, 20-foot animatronic T-Rex dinosaur & more! Guaranteed to delight visitors
with an unrivaled shopping experience, an array of toys, and the best in customer service!
Reserve a private shopping tour and experience three fantastic floors filled with the hottest
toys, tech and more. Mon.–Thurs., 10am-10pm, Fri.-Sat., 10am to 11pm, Sun., 10am-9pm.
[44th St. & Broadway 646.366.8800]
FAO Schwarz
A one-of-a-kind toy wonderland where childhood dreams materialize and the innocence
of youth prevail. FAO Schwarz is an enchanting three-story emporium of incredible toys,
clothing, baby products, and fun beyond your wildest dreams! You’ll find giant life-sized stuffed
animals, customizable Muppets and Barbie dolls, a Lego section with enormous Legoland-style
concoctions, Disney Princess dolls and accessories, rock candy galore, and an enormous floor
piano dance mat (yes, the one Tom Hanks rocks out on in “BIG”!). Relax in the FAO café at
halftime and pose for a photo with a real-life toy soldier to immortalize your visit.
[58th St. & Fifth Ave. 212.644.9400]
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Personal Shopping is located on the 2nd Floor
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NBC Experience Store
Calling all TV fans! If you are after the ideal souvenir to celebrate your favorite NBC series,
look no further. Located across from the Today Show studios, this two-level one-stop shop
has exclusive, wonderful merchandise from hit shows like The Office, Parks and Recreations,
Community, and Friday Night Lights, as well as sentimental items from classic shows like
Seinfeld, Friends, Will & Grace, and Saved By The Bell. Celebrate The Office’s final season
with a gold-plated Dundie Award trophy or a Dunder Mifflin t-shirt. Don’t forget to pick up
DVD or Blu-ray editions of your favorite NBC series. It’s the perfect place to stop after a studio
tour.
American Girl Place
American Girl Place is a doll-lover’s paradise where kids can find look-alike dolls and fit them
with matching outfits and trendy accessories. Create a backstory for your new family member
and treat the American Girl doll to a makeover at the Doll Hair Salon. If your American Girl
doll gets a boo-boo, have no fear for a trip to the Doll Hospital will ensure a speedy recovery and
first-class treatment by doll doctors. The entire experience is a living fantasy that your little
angel will remember and cherish for years to come.
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Nintendo World
Located at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, Nintendo World is a
premiere destination for family entertainment. Immerse yourself in the latest Nintendo
offerings in a unique setting as you explore their 2 level, 10,000 square foot interactive
experience. Play the newest games showcased on the Nintendo 3DS™ system and the Wii
U™ console. Shop their selection of games, accessories, exclusive apparel, and other items
featuring everyone’s favorite Nintendo characters. With something for everyone, come join in
the fun that is Nintendo World!
[48th St. & Rockefeller Plaza 646.459.0800]
Build-A-Bear Workshop
Little boys and girls of all ages will love a trip to this flagship Build-A-Bear Workshop where
they can create their very own personalized stuffed animal from scratch. Watch their imaginations and creativity flourish as they take their fuzzy friend to the stuffing station, have
it stitched up, then fluff and dress it with hip clothing and fashionable accessories like sunglasses, hats and sports gear! In addition to building bears, kids can construct dogs and cats,
bunnies, and a variety of other wild furry friends. The entire Build-A-Bear journey is interactive, unique, and rewarding.
[565 Fifth Ave. at 46th St. 212.871.7080]
Reebok Fit Hub
Your one-stop shop for all things CrossFit, the Reebok Fit Hub has all of the latest footwear,
apparel and equipment to help you get in great shape. Trained fitness, nutrition and product
experts will help you find the right gear for you workout, and offer tips to drive you to better
health. After you’ve geared up, stop downstairs to the 10,000 square foot Reebok Fit Club to
get your workout in. The Reebok Fit Club welcomes visitors to drop in for a workout on a payper-class basis.
[37th St. & Fifth Ave. 802.858.4283]
The ultimate family
game destination.
Century 21
Perhaps the most robust discount department store in the city, Century 21 is packed with
on-trend, designer goods ranging from shoes and apparel to handbags and accessories. Don’t
worry about the crowds, there’s plenty of great finds for everyone. US designers like Ralph
Lauren and DKNY accompany international labels like Missoni and Miu Miu at this NYC
shopping centerpiece.
[Cortlandt St. & Trinity Place 212.227.9092]
10 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY • On 48th Street between 5th & 6th Avenue
646.459.0800 • NintendoWorldStore.com
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For a Complete List of Broadway Shows See pg. 37
Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark
This much-anticipated show draws on over 40 years of the legendary comic book to create an
utterly original take on the story. Follow our hero from his humble beginnings in a Queens
row house to the towering pedestal of the Chrysler building. From the hustle and bustle of the
Daily Bugle offices and through the gritty and gutsy streets of Manhattan, this once shy school
kid learns to harness his strength of body and strength of character as villains challenge him
at every turn.
[Foxwoods Theatre - 42nd St. bet. 7th & 8th Ave. 212.302.4019]
Blue Man Group
Get ready for a wild ride through music, art, science, theater and vaudeville—courtesy of your
bald, blue hosts. If you’re bold, grab the first few rows. Complete with ponchos, these seats
plant you right in the action, so get ready for anything that comes your way. Perfect for all
members of the family, this show is a sensation like no other. These wacky blue dudes will
have your eyes wide open through the entire show, with cutting-edge stage effects, comedy
and stunts!
[Astor Place Theatre - Lafayette St. & Astor Place, 212.302.4019]
The Book of Mormon
The brilliant minds behind Comedy Central’s hit series South Park have joined forces with
the co-writer/composer of Broadway’s Avenue Q. The topic of their joint collaboration…
Mormonism. This hilarious, extraordinarily popular, TONY-award winning show follows
two young, inexperienced missionaries who travel to a remote village in northern Uganda to
spread their Mormon faith. Their mission is far from simple as the native population is more
concerned about surviving under a vicious warlord and dire conditions. It’s a laugh-out-loud,
riot of a musical.
Photos by Jacob Cohl & Henry Hargreaves
[Eugene O'Neill Theatre - 49th St. bet. Broadway & 8th Ave. 212.586.6510]
ONLY ON BROADWAY.
ONLY IN NEW YORK.
Once
Once is the celebrated new musical based on the Academy Award®-winning film. It tells the
story of an Irish musician and a Czech immigrant drawn together by their shared love of music.
Over the course of one fateful week, their unexpected friendship and collaboration evolves into
a powerful but complicated romance, heightened by the raw emotion of the songs they create
together. Brought to the stage by an award-winning team of visionary artists and featuring an
ensemble cast of gifted actor/musicians, once is a musical celebration of life and love: thrilling
in its originality, daring in its honesty... and unforgettable in every way.
[Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre - 45th St. & 8th Ave. 212.302.4019]
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Rock of Ages
Tease your hair and grab your axe because Rock of Ages is a riotous time warp back to 1980’s
Hollywood. Bursting with gut-busting chords, big hair and all the ridiculous awesomeness
of the era, this show is a roaring ball of energy. Rock out to all your favorite hits from the
era with a sensationally silly tribute to the best of the 80s. With tunes from Bon Jovi, Styx,
Journey and Whitesnake, this show is like a living music video, following a simple tale of a
band trying to save the strip from urban sprawl.
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[Helen Hayes Theatre - 44th St. & 8th Ave. 212.302.4019]
Jersey Boys
Relive the 1960s with the story of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Frankie Valli and the 4
Seasons. Filled with hits like “Walk Like a Man,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You,” and
“December 1963 (Oh, What a Night), you will find yourself singing along as you watch their
true story. Go behind the scenes as you see the blue-collar kids turn into major superstars;
the band sold over 175 million records around the world- all before they turned 30 years old!
[August Wilson Theatre - W. 52nd St. bet. Broadway & 8th Ave. 212.302.4019]
Chicago
Sizzling with Fosse’s signature choreography, Chicago is an irresistible tale of murder, greed,
adultery and all the naughtiness in between. Join the sultry murderesses Roxie Hart and
Velma Kelly and their lawyer, Billy Flynn for one eye-popping performance after another. With
minimal, black set design and wardrobe, there’s little distraction from the magic. For long after
the show you’ll be snapping and slinking along to every sexy tune...a reminder of why it’s a
6-time Tony Award®-winner and a sensation time and time again on Broadway.
[Ambassador Theatre - 49th St. & Broadway 212.302.4019]
Wicked
Follow the story of two sisters, with little in common, who grow to become the Wicked Witch
of the West and Glinda the Good. This Wizard of Oz prequel is the untold story of the witches
of Oz. Winner of a Grammy and three TONY awards, the show is a knockout whose first act
alone ends with a memorable climax. Based on the imaginative novel by Gregory Maguire, it’s
a tale of friendship and love – clean family fun fit for multiple viewings!
[Gershwin Theatre - 51st St. bet. Broadway & 8th Ave. 212.586.6510]
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Museums & Attractions
The Guggenheim
One of the world's premier contemporary art museums, the Guggenheim offers a fresh
retrospective of society's most exquisite artwork. The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building
is an architectural wonder and a piece of art in its own right, with its beautifully unique
cylindrical structure and iconic spiral ramp. Inside houses a permanent collection of over 7,000
artistic works by artists like Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, Edouard Manet, and Camille
Pissarro. Stop by today for the exhibit "New Harmony: Abstraction between the Wars, 19191939" or check out out James Turrell's groundbreaking exploration of perception, light, color,
and space.
[89th St. & 5th Ave. 212.423.3500]
Sun. M. Tues. W. F. 10am-5:45pm; Sat. 10am-7:45pm; CLOSED Thursday
MOMA
One of the most influential museums in the world, MoMA is committed to collecting and
igniting some of the most creative art out there. Stand in awe of classic pieces by Pollock,
Van Gogh, Matisse, Warhol, Haring and more. All set in a stunningly modern new building
by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi, the MoMA houses an unrivaled collection of works
from 1880-present. Don’t miss the courtyard exhibits or The Modern restaurant for equallyas-artful dishes and drinks. There’s also Target Free Friday Nights from 4-8pm, if you’re a bit
low on cash!
[53rd St. Bet. 5th & 6th Ave. 212.708.9400]
Open Daily from 10:30am - 5:30pm
Whitney Museum of American Art
Featuring the world’s best collection of American modern and contemporary art, The Whitney
Museum is an NYC gem with a permanent collection of over 19,000 works by more than 2,900
artists. An internationally renowned institution of unmatched foresight and expertise, the
Whitney has consistently remained cutting-edge with masterfully curated exhibitions comprised of paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, films, videos, and new media.
The museum’s newest exhibition, “Hopper Drawing”, marks the first in-depth study of prominent American realist painter and printmaker Edward Hopper’s drawings and working process. It’s an unprecedented survey of Hopper’s significant and underappreciated achievements
as a draftsman, and pairs many of his greatest oil paintings with their preparatory drawings
and related works.
[945 Madison Ave. & 75th St. 212.570.3600]
W. Thurs. Sat. Sun. 11am-6pm; Fri. 1-9pm; CLOSED Monday & Tuesday
The Met
One of the largest museums in the world, the Met’s permanent collection includes over 2
million pieces of work. The recently opened new American Wing features 30,000 square feet
of some of the most captivating pieces of American art. And consistently a crown jewel of the
museum is the Greek & Roman Galleries including a skylit space featuring an unparalleled
collection of Roman wall paintings. Nestled in the heart of “Museum Mile,” the Met can happily
absorb you for an entire day!
[82nd St. & Fifth Ave 212.535.7710]
Sun. - Thurs. 10:00am-5:30pm; Fri. & Sat. 10:00am-9:00pm
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The frame is Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece of modern architecture.
The art inside includes a world-renowned collection of works by
Chagall, Kandinsky, Picasso, van Gogh, and other modern masters,
plus changing exhibitions that are always significant and intriguing.
5th Ave at 89th St
Sun–Wed & Fri 10–5:45, Sat 10–7:45
Information 212 423 3500
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Museums & Attractions
Discovery Times Square
NYC visitors will love Discovery Time Square. Opened in the summer of 2009, Discovery TS
is an epic, 60,000 square ft. museum-quality venue that specializes in blockbuster exhibits
typically overlooked by traditional museums. It provides a highly immersive and imaginative
one-of-a-kind experience that is both entertaining and educational. Many of its exhibits are
hands-on and rich with multimedia, making them great for both adults and children. Whether
you’re exploring the wonders of human anatomy through the amazing BODY WORLDS exhibit,
or journeying through thousands of years of maritime history via the Odyssey’s SHIPWRECK!
exhibit, you’re sure to leave with cherished memories.
[226 W. 44th St. between 7th & 8th Aves. 866.987.9692]
Sunday-Thursday 10am-8pm; Friday-Saturday 10am-9pm
Madame Tussauds New York
In a city with millions of things to see and do, there is only one place where over 225
celebrities and icons provide you with the experience of a lifetime. Become a star at MADAME
TUSSAUDS with over 85,000 square feet of interactive entertainment in the heart of Times
Square. From Marilyn to Madonna to Gaga, there is a star for every generation. Don’t miss the
thrilling new Marvel Super Heroes 4D featuring Marvel’s legendary Super Heroes including
Thor and Captain America and the Marvel ultra-sensory 4D Theater finale with the latest
special effects. The Spirit of New York, their hometown interactive exhibit, celebrates New
York City’s greatest icons and unforgettable moments. From classic movie scenes with Woody
Allen to their moving 9/11 Tribute Hope, immerse yourself in everything that is New York like
never before.
"How can you be less than amazed?...
The forces of life on display are extraordinary!"
- The New York Times
[42nd St. Bet. 7th & 8th Ave. 212.512.9600]
Sunday-Thursday 10am-8pm; Friday-Saturday 10am-10pm
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Take your time at this mecca to the weird and wonderful. The Sideshow Wonders offers free
performances from those who master things like hammering a nail into their nostril, while
the museum itself is chock full of other must-see attractions. There are real artifacts like
meteorites as well as trick attractions like the Black Hole Tunnel which creates the sensation
that you’ve tipped over. With over 18,000 square feet of oddities and even a room of Medieval
torture devices, you will be amazed!
[42nd St. Bet. 7th & 8th Ave. 212.398.3133]
Open 7 days a week, 365 days of the year
9am - 1am (last admission tickets sold at midnight)
Lincoln Center
A performing arts complex of unparalleled size, quality and standing, Lincoln Center is home
to prestigious organizations including The Metropolitan Opera, The New York City Ballet,
and The New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, it
spans 16.3 acres, 26 buildings and projects the very best in symphony, opera, chamber music,
theater, dance, film, and arts education. Its stunning architecture and blissful ambience
make the entire complex a prime destination for NYC visitors to explore! This July, be sure to
visit Lincoln's David H. Koch Theater to see the limited engagement "Monkey: Journey to the
West", or grab tickets for a symphonic masterpiece at Avery Fisher Hall.
226 W 44TH BTWN 7TH & 8TH AVE.
FOR TICKETS AND INFO
DISCOVERYTS.COM 866.987.9692
[W. 62nd & 65th Sts. and Columbus & Amsterdam Aves. 212.875.5456]
Daily tours from 10:30am-4:30pm
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Getting to the
Airports from
Manhattan
To JFK
By Private Shuttle:
Travelers can also call ahead for a door to
door shuttle. Go Airlink NYC: Share ride
Shuttle or Sedan and SUV (877-599-8200).
Remember it is courteous to tip your driver
for their service.
By Public Transit:
There are three rail routes to JFK from
Manhattan. Travelers could catch the LIRR
train from Penn Station to LIRR’s Jamaica
hub, which takes 20 minutes. From there
take the JFK Airport Airtrain on the upper
level. Travelers could also take the E train
from Penn Station or the many other E
train stations in Manhattan to the Sutphin
Station from where connection to the JFK
AirTrain is available. Travelers could also
take the A train from Penn Station or the
many other A train stations in Manhattan
to the Howard Beach station from where
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To Newark
By Private Shuttle:
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By Public Transit:
Travelers can take the PATH train, which
is accessed at Penn Station, to the Newark
Penn Station stop which connects to the #62
Bus or the Air Train.
By Taxi:
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$15 surcharge for a NYC Taxi to Newark
Airport
By Taxi:
Flat Fare from John F. Kennedy (JFK)
Airport: For trips between (to and from)
Manhattan and JFK International Airport,
the flat fare is $52.00 plus any tolls using
Rate Code 2 on the meter. A NY State Tax
Surcharge of $.50 will be added to each trip.
If passengers request multiple stops, the
flat rate of $52.00 will be collected at the
first stop in either Manhattan or JFK
International Airport, and the meter will
be activated at Rate Code 1 (standard city
rate) for the remainder of the trip. The
metered fare should be collected at the last
stop, from the last passenger.
All trips between JFK International Airport
and New York City destinations other than
Manhattan will use that standard metered
rate.
From LaGuardia
By Private Shuttle:
EXPRESS BUS TO
ALL AIRPORTS:
Travelers can catch a private shuttle
outside of the terminals that will take them
into Manhattan. Go Airlink NYC: Share
NYC Airporter provides a scheduled express ride Shuttle or Sedan and SUV (877-5998200). It is courteous to tip your driver.
bus service from Grand Central Terminal,
Remember it is courteous to tip your driver
the Port Authority Bus Terminal and Penn
By Taxi:
for their service.
Station to all New York Airports. AffordTaxis are available around town 24/7. It is a able fares starting at $12.50 one-way, $22
By Public Transit:
metered fare plus tolls to the airport. There round-trip. Connections to Newark Airport
available
from
the
New
York
Airports
for
Travelers can hop on the M60 Bus which
is no flat rate available going to JFK.
$24 per person. There is also an interhas transfers available along its route to
airport shuttle operating between LGA
the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, C, D, Q, and N trains,
and JFK Airports. Buses depart every 30
all of which transports travelers to their deminutes to and from the Airports, 5 AM to
sired location around town. Travelers could
By Private Shuttle:
11:30 PM. Buy your tickets online and save also hop on the Q33 Bus which offers conat NYCAirporter.com. For more info, call
nections to the 7, E, F, G, R and V trains.
Travelers can call ahead for a door to door
shuttle. Go Airlink NYC: Share ride Shuttle 718-777-5111. Travelers can call ahead for a
By Taxi:
or Sedan and SUV (877-599-8200). Keep in shared door-to-door shuttle.
mind that the shuttle could be picking up
Taxis are available outside of every termiother parties, too. Remember it is courteous
nal for a metered fare, plus tolls.
to tip your driver for their service.
To LaGuardia
Getting to
Manhattan
By Public Transit:
The M60 bus takes travelers directly into
LaGuardia terminals and has 5 bus stations in uptown Manhattan. Travelers can
catch the M60 at the 125th Street 4, 5 and
6 train stop as well as the 125th Street 2
and 3 train stop and the 125th street A,
B, C and D train stop as well as both the
116th Street and 110th Street 1 train stop.
The Q33 bus takes travelers directly to
LaGuardia terminals and is reached by
taking the 7 train to the 74th Street train
stop in Queens.
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Travelers can catch a private shuttle
outside of the terminals that will take them
into Manhattan. Go Airlink NYC: Share
ride Shuttle or Sedan and SUV (877-5998200). Remember it is courteous to tip your
driver for their service.
By Public Transit:
The JFK AirTrain transports passengers
from the airport to a connecting train which
By Taxi:
then takes travelers into Manhattan. The
Taxis are available around town 24/7. It is a AirTrain has two stops. The Howard Beach
station has a connection to the A train. If
metered fare plus tolls to the airport.
taking the A train, be sure to only take
the A train marked “Far Rockaway” not
“Lefferts Boulevard”. Riders can connect to
the E, J and Z trains as well as the LIRR at
the Sutphin Boulevard station in Jamaica.
The LIRR takes riders to Penn Station from
Jamaica in just under 40 minutes. Travelers can get from the airport to Manhattan
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Travelers can catch a private shuttle
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into Manhattan. Go Airlink NYC: Share
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driver for their service.
By Public Transit:
The #62 bus ($1.25) stops at each terminal
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