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Where to Eat in Little Italy

(May 27, 2015) - NYC's Little Italy has many great restaurants ranging from classic red sauce joints to world class bakeries and pizzerias, plus plenty of non-Italian options that are worth exploring. (read the story...)

Where to Eat in the East Village

(May 22, 2015) - NYC's East Village has a truly diverse dining scene with literally hundreds of restaurants for every taste, mood and budget. (read the story...)

Where to Eat on the Upper West Side

(May 21, 2015) - The Upper West Side has many great places to dine, including excellent bagels, serene fine dining spots and at least one iconic diner frequented by a man named Seinfeld. (read the story...)

Where to Eat in Chinatown

(May 18, 2015) - Our list of the best restaurants in Chinatwon will you show you where to dine in this bustling neighborhood that's brimming with good eating options. (read the story...)

NYC Annual Events

(September 29, 2014) - Yearly events taking place in New York City, regularly updated. (read the story...)

What to Do in Chinatown

(September 16, 2014) - Everyone thinks of Chinatown when the Chinese Lunar New Year rolls around in February, but outside of dim sum and firecrackers and dragon dances, it’s a mystery to most New Yorkers. (read the story...)

St. Joseph's Day (March 19) at Patsy’s Italian Restaurant

(March 18, 2014) - For St. Joseph's Day, March 19, Patsy's will offer a variety of special dishes. (read the story...)

Harlem Week 2013 - Celebrating 39 Years of Excellence!

(August 05, 2013) - New York City's largest outdoor festival has returned with yet another spectacular lineup of exciting concerts, events, and activities in honor of its 39th anniversary. (read the story...)

The Museums of Lower Manhattan

(July 23, 2013) - The Museums of Lower Manhattan is a collective of neighboring museums and historic sites with exhibits that range from multimedia shows to intimate galleries of personal artifacts to historical landmarks. (read the story...)

Grand Central Oyster Bar Welcomes Copper River King Salmon to Menu on May 20

(May 16, 2013) - The first catch of the "Rolls Royce of king salmon," from the Copper River in Alaska, is slated to reach Grand Central Oyster Bar's menu on Monday, May 20. (read the story...)

Valentine's Day Gift Ideas: Jewelry, Fashions & More

(February 09, 2013) - February means Valentine’s Day, and if you’re looking for a gift (or making up for a late one), New York City has myriad options for ways to please your sweetie, or someone dear to your heart. (read the story...)

Exploring Historic Downtown Manhattan

(January 09, 2013) - New York’s neighborhoods offer a wide range of experiences shaped by their unique histories as well as by their attractions, businesses, and residents. Downtown Manhattan is especially diverse; here’s a snapshot of each of the fascinating areas south of 14th Street. (read the story...)

The 86th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Kicks Off the Holiday Season

(October 19, 2012) - A global icon of the holiday season returns to the bring the nation another year of enchantment, as the 86th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade marches down the streets of New York City. On Thursday, November 22, 2012 at 9am, the dazzling spectacle begins! Stepping off with its signature giant helium character balloons, fantasy-filled floats, marching bands, performance groups and a gaggle of clowns, America’s Parade promises non-stop pomp and pageantry for spectators young and old. (read the story...)

NYC's Best Sports Bars

(March 23, 2012) - New York is one of the greatest cities in the world for sports...so great, in fact, that you don't even have to have go to the arena for a front-row seat. Just head on down to one of the city's many bars and watch your favorite teams on the many big-screen and high-def TVs. You can even catch sporting events taking place in foreign countries. (read the story...)

“Mad Men in the City” Run to Legendary Roosevelt Hotel, NYC

(February 29, 2012) - The setting of several Mad Men episodes, The Roosevelt Hotel NYC celebrates the long-awaited return of the AMC hit series by inviting guests to live a few days in Don Draper’s shoes with “Mad Men in the City.” (read the story...)

Downtown New York Dining - Great Restaurants Below 14th Street

(February 23, 2012) - Downtown New York is one of the most historic and intriguing neighborhoods in the United States. It has long been the heart of the financial industry and home to Wall Street, and in recent years, it’s has also emerged as an around-the-clock community for working, living, and entertaining, an elegant residential neighborhood, a home to world-class cultural institutions, and a center for music, dance, and visual arts events. It’s also home to a wide variety of restaurants, including many of the city’s best. (read the story...)

Peter Pan at the Theatre at Madison Square Garden

(November 03, 2011) - Cathy Rigby stars as the musical returns to New York City at the Theater at Madison Square Garden. (read the story...)

Contact Us

(October 13, 2011) - How to contact the publisher and editors of City Guide Magazine (read the story...)

NYC Shopping: Something for Everyone - Athletes, Pets, Jewelry Lovers, Kids & more

(August 22, 2011) - New York City is where you'll find some of the greatest stores in the world. This month we look at NYC Racquet Sports, CanisMinor, Sony Style, PeachTree, Toys“R”Us Times Square, Mobile City Online, and Eastside Luggage Shop. (read the story...)

The Kati Roll Company Launches Happy Hour at Their Midtown NYC Location

(July 28, 2011) - The Kati Roll Company -- renowned for introducing India’s street-cart “kati” rolls to New York City -- has launched a Happy Hour at the midtown location. (read the story...)

Downtown New York City – The Neighborhood's Top Sightseeing, Shopping & More

(February 15, 2011) - Visit the 9/11 Memorial Preview Site and learn about the plans for and progress of Memorial and Museum currently being built at the World Trade Center site, view real-time images of the construction progress, and participate in the creation of the Museum by sharing your 9/11 story. (read the story...)

Shop New York City - Cool Fashions, Bargain-Hunting, Relaxation & More

(January 07, 2011) - If you’re not sure where to begin your New York shopping adventure, an excellent place to start is the iconic department store, Macy’s. Also: FAO Schwarz, Sony Style, B&H Photo Video, Hell's Kitchen Flea Market, Martinique Jewelers, and Salon Ziba. (read the story...)


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