In New York City, you can find anything you want — and at any hour, too.
But the “city that has it all” extends far beyond the 24/7 chains of Times Square or the boisterous, never-ending nightlife of downtown. New York City is home to undiscovered pockets of international culture, with authentic restaurants that rival cuisine made in far-off countries.
New Yorkers can travel the world without leaving the five boroughs. The city not only has pasta that transports you to Tuscany, but architecture from Morocco, and tea ceremonies steeped in Japanese culture.
The Big Apple’s international side is worth a vacation all its own. Whether you can’t afford a far-flung vacation or you’ve only got one day to escape, here’s how you can plan an authentic international staycation in New York City.