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  • Bowery & Vine

    Open for more than 20 years, Bowery & Vine is one of the city’s premier wine and spirits sellers. The 1,700-square-foot store is located in Nolita ... More
  • Bowery Electric

    Live entertainment is the main order of business at Bowery Electric, just a short walk from the Bowery Hotel. DJs play nightly and the bartenders s... More
  • BrellaBar

  • Broadway Panhandler

  • Bronx Museum of the Arts

    This once tiny gallery in the county courthouse rotunda has grown into 33,000 square feet of exhibition space behind a glass accordion-like façade.... More
  • Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM)

    Simultaneously high art and rollicking good fun, the Brooklyn Academy of Music is a Broadway-beating theater space that draws boldfaced names—recen... More
  • Brooklyn Botanic Garden

    The Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, followed by a walk through adjacent Prospect Park, the, well, second-greatest gre... More
  • Brooklyn Brewery

    ...hop on the L subway line to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, for a free tour of the Brooklyn Brewery and its vats of microbrews. More
  • Brooklyn Bridge

    A stroll along this span is an only-in-New York experience that provides an up-close sense of the city's true grandeur. It's hardly the world-recor... More
  • Brooklyn Children's Museum

    The nation's first museum just for kids sports a new canary-yellow, Rafael Viñoly-designed upper level incorporating solar panels, and has display ... More
  • Brooklyn Flat

    An outpost for whimsical, funky design. Ceramic salt-and-pepper shakers in the shape of chicken feet share space with silk-screened pillows by a lo... More
  • Brooklyn Historical Society

    The Brooklyn Historical Society has informative neighborhood guides. More
  • Brooklyn Museum of Art

    With a mission to bridge the artistic heritage of world cultures, this 560,000-square-foot museum built in grand Beaux-Arts style houses a large, d... More
  • Bryant Park

    One of the city's most famous public spaces, Bryant Park dates back to 1686 and was renamed in 1884 in honor of New York Evening Post editor Willia... More
  • Burgundy Wine Company

    This aptly named wine shop specializes in Burgundies from both well-known and obscure regions, including Chablis, Pommard, and Chassagne-Montrachet... More

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