Inspired by: New York's Top 50 Restaurants — by Anya von Bremzen, Published Nov. 2006
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New York City, Midtown East, Upper West Side
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, when residents head for the beach, most big cities empty out, enabling you to score tables at top-notch restaurants, snag choice theater tickets, and take advantage...
Manhattan, Union Square/Flatiron, Midtown West
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 spac...
New York City, Manhattan, East Village, SoHo, West Village
It’s not especially modest to call New York City the center of the modern world—but then, as New Yorkers are the first to admit, their hometown has never been shy about tooting its own horn. The bu...
New York City, Manhattan, Upper East Side, Midtown East, Midtown West
With its Park Avenue triplexes, brass-buttoned doormen, and Madison Avenue boutiques, the Upper East Side is the Apple at its most polished. And this pricey territory east of Fifth Avenue is certai...
Manhattan, East Village, Lower East Side
Two decades ago the East Village was the last place you'd want to investigate with kids. But then the hipsters living in those tenements grew up—and started alternative public schools for their chi...
New York City, Manhattan, Chelsea, Union Square/Flatiron, Meatpacking District
The art dealers started it all. Priced out of Soho in the 1990's, they migrated to the old industrial area north of West 14th Street and transformed warehouses and garages into stunning showcases f...
Manhattan, Midtown West, Upper West Side
It's almost like a suburb within the city—a kid-centric community of extra-wide sidewalks and Saturday morning soccer games, of outings to the Museum of Natural History and sippy cups in every café...
Rye, Upper East Side
Take a walk on New York's other wild side—by scoping out the city's 250 bird species, visiting nearby nature conservancies, and learning about balancing city life with concern for the environment.
New York City, Manhattan, Lower East Side, Midtown West
Catch a show or two—along with a great meal and a few z's—around New York's Great White Way.
Boston, Cambridge, New York City, Manhattan, The Bronx
Three days is all you need to check out the contemporary design highlights of Manhattan and Boston—and to stop along the way to visit pieces of iconic modern architecture in Connecticut.
Manhattan, Battery Park/Financial District
The cobblestoned streets and historic buildings around Manhattan’s former Fulton Fish Market—near the historic South Street Seaport—are home to a new wave of cafés and boutiques.
East Village, SoHo, West Village
Small-scale dining rooms don't mean small-scale taste sensations. As the bar dining craze has hit New York by storm, a slew of chefs have hit their stride, serving everything from kimchee-zapped oy...
Manhattan, East Village, Chelsea, Lower East Side, Midtown East
New York City truly is a melting pot and you have to look no further than the vast array of cuisines from other countries available in some of the city's best restaurants as proof.
West Village, Lower East Side
Ready for your taste buds to be tickled and tackled, bewildered and charmed?Order a degustation menu at New York City's WD~50, Wylie Dufresne's stylish laboratory of experimental cuisine. The unsto...
SoHo, Upper East Side, Lower East Side
Whether you like to really fortify yourself for the day with maple-butter slathered pancakes or kugelhopf (raisin-studded yeast cake), or you prefer a flaky apple gallette or a dainty serving of ro...