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    Great NYC Street Food

    • 4 Restaurants

    NYC hot-dog carts, meet the competition: inspired by Danny Meyer’s wildly popular Shake Shack, in Madison Square Park, snack bars are dishing out quick, pedigreed fare in the Big Apple’s green spaces. More

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    Guide to Lake Placid, NY

    • 2 Hotels
    • 4 Activities

    Set in New York’s Adirondack Mountains, Lake Placid is almost cloyingly beautiful—the kind of place that makes you angry that other people get to live here year-round. More

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    Guide to Montauk, NY: The Hamptons Without Crowds

    • 4 Hotels
    • 7 Activities

    Montauk, at the easternmost point of Long Island, has been colonized by fashion-forward boutiques and hotels that are one-upping the rest of the Hamptons with a refreshingly relaxed sense of style. More

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    Hiking the Catskills

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    • 3 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    Just over an hour's drive from New York City, the Catskills region is full of stylish restaurants, boutiques, art galleries—and fabulous fall hiking. More

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    Hitting the Hottest New York City Restaurant Openings

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    In a city like New York, restaurants come and go. Among the bumper crop of new openings, these are generating the loudest buzz. More

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    Insider's Daytrip to Harlem, NY

    • 4 Restaurants
    • 3 Activities

    Tour the favorite spots of Top Chef Masters winner, Marcus Sammuelsson, whose restaurant, Red Rooster, opened in the neighborhood in October, 2010. More

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    Isaac Mizrahi's Tour of New York City

    • 6 Restaurants
    • 5 Activities

    Just as designer Isaac Mizrahi plays limbo with high and low, designing for both Bergdorf's and Target, he lives in the West Village and splits his time seamlessly between Uptown and Downtown. A su... More

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    Leaf Peeping in Hudson Valley

    • 5 Hotels
    • 7 Restaurants
    • 9 Activities

    This longtime retreat for harried New Yorkers has emerged as a destination where small-town charm meets quiet sophistication. More

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    Long Island's North Fork Wineries

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    • 2 Restaurants
    • 3 Activities

    The upper eastern tip of Long Island—a 30-mile strip with oceanside plains, tidy villages, and rows of grapevines— produces top-notch wines that are showing up on menus across the country. More

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    Mini Guide to South Williamsburg, Brooklyn

    • 3 Restaurants
    • 1 Activity

    In Brooklyn’s buzziest neighborhood, right across the East River from Manhattan, former factories have been transformed into eclectic shops and restaurants that are destinations in their own right. More

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    Mini Guide to Winter in the Hamptons

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    • 2 Restaurants

    The celebrities have packed up croquet mallets, backed their SUVs over the commoners, and driven back to the city for the season leaving, in their wake, silence. With no traffic, no restaurant line... More

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    Mini Trip: Napeague State Park, New York

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    • 1 Restaurant
    • 1 Activity

    Ask any Long Island surfer or fisherman, and he'll extol the virtues of the Montauk shoreline. Lesss well known, however, is Napeague, between Montauk and Amagansett. More

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    Mini-Trip: New York's Theater District

    • 1 Hotel
    • 1 Restaurant
    • 11 Activities

    Catch a show or two—along with a great meal and a few z's—around New York's Great White Way. More

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    New Eats in Midtown Manhattan

    • 5 Restaurants

    Who says midtown Manhattan has no culinary edge? Something is cooking along Gotham’s new restaurant row. More

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    New York City's Downtown Scene

    • 6 Hotels
    • 15 Restaurants
    • 16 Activities

    No one can agree precisely when it started, let alone where it starts. South of Houston Street? 14th? 23rd? Does it include the farther-flung galleries of Chelsea? The Financial District? The one t... More


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