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Where to Eat on Mother's Day in New York City

(April 29, 2019) - Mother’s Day 2019 falls on Sunday, May 12th, and New York is ready with brunches and cruises perfect for any mom who deserves a special occasion. From surf 'n' turf combos to a great jazz brunch, read on for our picks for the best Mother's Day dining in New York City. (read the story...)

The Best Places for Easter Dinner in NYC

(April 02, 2019) - Easter Sunday in New York is the perfect time for mixing fine grilling with tender vegetables just in for the spring season. For 2019, Easter falls on Sunday, April 21st, and from steak 'n' lobster specials to lamb to fresh seafood, you'll find some spectacular dinner options in NYC. (read the story...)

Where to Eat in Greenwich Village

(November 12, 2018) - With such culinary density, it can be hard to choose the best places to eat in Greenwich Village. Fortunately you don't have to. We've selected our favorite spots below. (read the story...)

Where to Eat in Chelsea

(November 12, 2018) - Our list of the best restaurants in Chelsea will you show you where to dine after a day strolling the Highline, a night at the Joyce Theater or in between gallery hopping. (read the story...)

What to Do on the Upper West Side

(November 01, 2018) - New York comes home to the Upper West Side. This storied neighborhood has made its name with peaceful residences, great schools, and utter livability in the midst of a frantic city. Visitors enjoy the area's opera, dance, music, and film at Lincoln Center and relish natural wonders at the American Museum of Natural History. Walk West 81st a few blocks, and you'll feel like a local in no time. (read the story...)

What to Do on the Upper East Side

(November 01, 2018) - As far back as the the 1800s, the stretch of Fifth Avenue along Central Park was known as Millionaire's Row. This nickname could easily be revived today, as The Upper East Side maintains a reputation as home to old money. But there's much more to the neighborhood than the gleam of Park Avenue high-rises and well-dressed doormen. The Upper East Side attracts millions of visitors each year with a long line of cultural institutions known as Museum Mile, which includes the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. (read the story...)

What to Do in Tribeca

(November 01, 2018) - Named for the TRIangle BElow CAnal, Tribeca's cobblestone streets are lined with former industrial buildings that have been converted into large, luxurious lofts and apartments with outrageous price tags. Many contend that its biggest draw for out-of-towners is the food, though there are also several art galleries and shopping worth investigating. (read the story...)

What to Do in SoHo

(November 01, 2018) - As time goes on, all things must change. No other section of New York exemplifies this old bromide better than SoHo. Located directly south of Houston Street on the west side of Manhattan (bounded Lafayette Street on the east, Canal Street on the south, Varick Street on the west), SoHo is a friendly, beautiful, and history-rich section of New York that is home to some of the best shopping, dining, and avant-garde art. (read the story...)

What to Do in Midtown West

(November 01, 2018) - When visitors think of New York City, they probably think of Midtown. That's where all the iconic sites are packed into a few square miles, from the Empire State Building to Times Square. Midtown West is the broad term for everything west of Fifth Avenue between 34th and 59th Streets. This article covers the southern half of Midtown West (34th to 42nd Streets), full of shopping, entertaining, and legendary sightseeing destinations. (read the story...)

What to Do in Midtown East

(November 01, 2018) - New York's city center is called Midtown, the site of the most famous skyscrapers in the world and a multitude of must-see destinations. Midtown East, which starts on Fifth Avenue and continues to the East River, extends from East 34th Street to 59th Street. Mix and mingle with the white-collar workers teeming through Grand Central at rush hour, drink in the Deco masterpiece of the Chrysler Building, and shop the stores on Fifth Avenue for an unforgettable New York experience. (read the story...)

What to Do in Times Square, Theatre District & Rockefeller Center

(November 01, 2018) - Times Square is the crossroads of commerce and the performing arts, exhilarating and overwhelming at once. The huge video-billboards and neon advertisements can distract even the most hardened New Yorker, while awestruck visitors marvel at the splashy supersigns, the "zipper" flashing the latest news, the dense displays of head- and taillights, and the constant flow of 1.5 million pedestrians. (read the story...)

What to Do in Little Italy

(November 01, 2018) - On Mulberry Street between Canal and Broome, friendly fellows in smart suits call from the doorways of competing Italian eateries. They beckon you inside some of the area's oldest restaurants for a whirlwind culinary tour of New York's Little Italy. You'll be enticed by zeppoles, tiramisu, gelato, fried Oreos, pork braciole, and sausage & peppers. (Is your mouth watering yet?) If you're hungry, these guys are pretty hard to resist! (read the story...)

What to Do in Harlem

(November 01, 2018) - The poet Langston Hughes asked, "What happens to a dream deferred?" This line begins a poem entitled "Harlem," written in 1951. Since the Great Migration of the early 20th century, during which black Americans relocated from the South to major urban areas in the North, Harlem had grown into the cultural epicenter of black life. The Harlem Renaissance lasted throughout the 1920s and produced talents like Hughes, W.E.B. DuBois, Duke Ellington, and Zora Neale Hurston. Since then, Harlem has raised other cultural titans like James Baldwin and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Today Harlem remains a vital destination for all who love live music, a rich blend of cultures, and food that sticks to your ribs. (read the story...)

What to Do in Greenwich Village

(November 01, 2018) - It's often said that New York's Greenwich Village resembles Paris, with its cobblestone streets, row houses, bistros, restaurants, and bars. The splendid Washington Square Park is also crowned by an arch recalling the Arc de Triomphe. And, like Paris, Greenwich Village has produced a robust list of artistic talents, including Bob Dylan. (read the story...)

What to Do in the Financial District

(November 01, 2018) - The Financial District in lower Manhattan encapsulates the full range of American history, from its nascent stages to its imminent future. The area around the former World Trade Center commemorates the 9/11 attacks at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, while just south of the Battery stands the patron saint of the city: the Statue of Liberty. (read the story...)

What to Do in The East Village

(November 01, 2018) - Historically, young artists with big dreams and empty pockets flocked to the East Village. In the 1960s and 70s, this cutting-edge crowd left a cultural imprint that has remained to this day, with a neighborhood full of alternative clubs, experimental music and theatre, fashion boutiques, and tattoo parlors. (read the story...)

What to Do on The Lower East Side

(November 01, 2018) - For decades, New York City's Lower East Side was synonymous with immigrants housed in cramped tenements, suffering terrible conditions in hope of a better life. Today, this cultural mecca is home to emerging artists, young professionals, and innovative shopkeepers with dreams of their own. (read the story...)

What to Do in Chelsea

(November 01, 2018) - Chelsea, the area west of Fifth Avenue and north of 14th Street to about 30th Street, has long been known for its tree-lined residential streets and the storied artists haven that was the Chelsea Hotel. In recent years, however, it has become a sought-after New York neighborhood with an abundance of art galleries, bars, and restaurants—and the New York offices of a little business called Google. (read the story...)

Where to Eat in Midtown West

(June 14, 2016) - Midtown West is a central location for New York tourism and also a great destination for dining. You can find it all in this neighborhood, from high-end restaurants to quick and casual classics to the tastiest of brewpubs. Read on for our guide for where to eat in Midtown West. (read the story...)

New York's 255th St. Patrick's Day Parade

(February 17, 2016) - On Thursday, March 17th, 2016 everyone in New York City is Irish for a day. NYC’s main event is the St. Patrick's Day Parade, which marches up Fifth Avenue from 44th to 86th Street, covering midtown to the Upper East Side. Legendary peacemaker Senator George J. Mitchell will serve as Grand Marshal for the 255th version of the parade, which features bagpipes, bands, and dancers among its 150,000 marchers. (read the story...)

Where to Eat in Harlem

(July 27, 2015) - The historic neighborhood's thriving restaurant scene is proof that Harlem is constantly evolving. Here are our picks for the best restaurants to check out across 110th Street. (read the story...)

Where to Eat in SoHo

(July 21, 2015) - If you're looking for a delicious burger, an al fresco Italian feast or the world-famous Cronut, you can find it in this always fashionable area. (read the story...)

Where to Eat in the Financial District

(July 17, 2015) - Home to Wall Street elites, the Financial District in lower Manhattan offers much more than just power dining destinations…though there are plenty of those as well. (read the story...)

Where to Eat in Tribeca

(July 16, 2015) - The "Triangle Below Canal" known as Tribeca offers a great array of mostly high-end restaurants, befitting it's proximity to the Financial District. (read the story...)

Where to Eat on the Upper East Side

(July 13, 2015) - From legendary desserts to fantastic steakhouses, see City Guide's top picks for the best restaurants on the Upper East Side. (read the story...)

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