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Madison Square Garden
The greatest arena in the world!
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El Quijote
226 W 23rd St
New York, NY 10011, US
Excellent Spanish cuisine in a fun environment.
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San Panino
494 Hudson St
New York, NY 10014, US
The best paninis and espresso in town.
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Chumley's
86 Bedford St
New York, NY 10014, US
This former speakeasy is in the lower level of 19th century tenement building. There's no sign out front. Inside there's sawdust on the floor and a very inviting fireplace in the dining area.
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CBGB and CBs Gallery
315 Bowery/joey Ramone Pl
New York, NY 10003, US
[CLOSED DOWN IN OCTOBER 2006.]

Side by side where the Bowery meets Bleecker Street you'll find the legendary CBGB music club. Right next door you'll find it's sister venue CBs Gallery which features an eclectic mix of entertainment.

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Rise Bar
2 West Street
New York, NY 10004
On the 14th floor of the Ritz Carlton Battery Park you'll find Rise Bar. Rise has incomparable views of New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty and the Verazzano Bridge. The serve pricey cocktails and appetizers in a very laid back setting. A large outdoor patio heats up on weekend nights in the summer.

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Central Park Zoo
Enjoy a tropical experience, watch the sea lion feedings, check out the polar bears and more at the only zoo in Manhattan.
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B&H Multimedia Superstore
420 9th Ave
New York, NY 10001, US
The grand daddy of electronics stores in the New York City area. The prices are low and the service is efficient. Some people wish they would be more friendly, but they get the job done. Closed Saturdays and on Jewish holidays.
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Port Authority Bus Terminal
Main bus hub for New York City. Not the prettiest spot in town, but essential for anyone who plans to arrive or depart the city by bus. The terminal includes a post office, shops, restaurants, a bar, and believe it or not a bowling alley.

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Grand Central Terminal
The main rail hub for New York City, as well as a classic city landmark. Metro North trains ferry commuters to upstate New York and Connecticut. Connects to a number of major subway lines. The main hall is magnificent. Great variety of restaurants and shops as well. Don't miss the classic Oyster Bar on the lower level and the Campbell Apartment bar, which is hidden away on an upper level.
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Top Of The Rock
30 Rockefeller Plz
New York, NY 10112, US
At the same location as the famous Rockefeller Center skating rink, you'll find NBC studios and Top Of The Rock. Top Of The Rock is the 70th floor observation deck with killer views of the city including Central Park and a great perspective of the Empire State Building. This reopened in November of 2005 after being closed for decades. A unique site in that you can buy tickets in advance for a specific time.
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Ellis Island
Port of debarkation for so many immigrants over the years. Now is the site of a museum and immigration archives. Worth a visit if a friend or family member arrived here.
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Statue of Liberty
Lady Liberty in New York Harbor. Need I say more? Actually, as you can see it's a lot closer to New Jersey than New York.
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Times Square
The center of New York City and maybe the world. This is where the ball drops on New Years Eve. Lights and sounds abound. You're in the heart of the theatre district. Get half price tickets at the TKTS booth. Or just gape in awe at the frenzy of activity.
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LaGuardia Airport
Closest airport to Manhattan. Also the smallest of the three major airports in the area. As a result, delays are frequent especially during bad weather and peak hours. Taxis are the best option for getting to Manhattan.
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Kennedy Airport
Named after the assassinated president. Formerly called Idlewild Airport. Furthest from Manhattan of all the three major airports. New air train connects travelers to the subway to Manhattan. A long ride into town any way you cut it. Traffic on the roads from here tends to be very congested.
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Newark Airport
Largest and newest of the three major NYC area airports. Hub for Continental Airlines. Monorail system shuttles passengers between five terminals. Monorail also connects users to the AirTrain which costs around $11 on NJ Transit and gets you into Penn Station in 15 minutes. Best bet for quick, affordable transport into Manahattan.
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Pennsylvania Station
Train and subway hub located beneath Madison Square Garden. Arrive and depart the city via the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) heading east, New Jersey Transit heading west or Amtrak heading north and south. Not nearly as elegant as Grand Central Station.
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Main Post Office
Main post office in New York City is housed inside and architectural masterpiece. Stone and columns abound in this building that was constructed in a a bygone era. The only location open 24/7 for your postal needs.
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Bamonte's Restaurant
32 Withers St
New York, NY 11211, US
Old school Italian food. Bamontes has been here for over a hundred years. So have the waiters. Everything about this place is classic including the family portraits, glass kitchen walls and doorbells on the walls to call the waiters. Oh yeah and the food is top notch. I like to order a hot antipasto and pork chops with a side of broccoli rabe.
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Eddie's Sweet Shop
Eddies Sweet Shop
105-99 - 105-01 Metropolitan Ave
New York, NY 11375, US
This old school NY ice cream parlor has been around for ages. The place is nearly a hundred years old and the owners have retained the classic finishes to this day. From the bar stools to the booths you'll feel transported. They used this place as a location for Brighton Beach Memoirs, a movie set in the 1950s. Oh yeah, the ice cream. Home made whipped cream and delicious sundaes are the order of the day. You'll certainly leave with a smile on your face.
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Shea Stadium
The Field
Home of The New York Mets. Take the number 7 train from Grand Central and get off at the stadium. The train is elevated so you can't miss it.
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Flushing Meadow Park
They had the World's Fair here back in 1962. Since then, the park has been largely ignored by the masses. Still has remnants of the fair like the classic unisphere. Home of the restaurant Terrace On The Park, The Queens Museum, an indoor ice skating rink and the New York Hall of Science. The Queens museum contains the only scale model of the city in existence.
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National Tennis Center
Home of the U.S. Open grand slam tennis event every year in September. The complex includes Arthur Ashe Stadium which hosts the premier matches of the tournament.
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Yankee Stadium
The Field
Home of the New York Yankees baseball team. Also known as "The House That Ruth Built." Although the stadium has been in this spot for decades there have been several renovations to upgrade the park and change the configuration of the field. Best accessed via train from Manhattan.

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Giants Stadium
Jets Pre Game
Home of the New York Jets and New York Giants football team. It's not in NYC but it's close! Best bet for transport here is either car or taking the bus from the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
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Empire State Building
Empire Hudson View
The tallest building in New York City and once the tallest in the world. Legendary for it's portrayal in the original King Kong. Lights at the top change nightly. A trip to the observation deck is a must. Try going at night. Last elevator up is 11:15PM.
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Trattoria L'incontro
21-98 - 21-00 31st St
New York, NY 11105, US
Mouthwatering Italian delicacies from the native Italians that run this Astoria restaurant. Worth the trip from Manhattan for the reasonable prices, brick oven pizza and killer risotto.
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John's Pizzeria
278 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10014, US
No slices that this downtown pizza meccas. The brick oven pizza pies are worth the wait. Although you should go outside of the lunch and dinner hours if you don't want to stand in line.
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Fort Tryon Park
Located in the Washington Heights area of Manhattan, this park is a hidden treasure. Sixty five acres with commanding views of the Hudson River and New Jersey Palisades. Also home to The Cloisters. Inspired by Romanesque monasteries, the museum includes several cloisters, or courtyards, from actual French monasteries. Now a branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, it was designated an official New York City landmark in 1974.
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The Bronx Zoo
One of the largest zoos in the country. Run by the Wildlife Conservation Society who are dedicated to researching ways to save wildlife and wild places around the world.
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Brooklyn Bridge
The New York City bridge that changed everything. A must see when you come to New York. Walk across the span and consider that this was an engineering marvel of it's day while enjoying views of the East River, Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn.

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Rocco's Pastry Shop and Cafe
243 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10014, US
I just love the freshly filled cannoli's at Rocco's. Great Italian pastry and cakes go great with your espresso or cappuccino.
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Hamilton Park
Verrazzano Bridge
Located across the Hudson River in Weehawken, NJ. Hamilton Park offers spectacular views of the river and Manhattan Skyline. Views from the George Washington Bridge to the Verrazano Bridge. Historial site of the famous Aaron Burr - Alexander Hamilton duel where Alexander Hamilton was shot dead.
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Bryant Park


Free music here on summer afternoons plus movies at night in the summer as well. Home of many runway shows and parties during fashion week. Home to the Bryant Park Grille as well as a number of food kiosks. Free WiFi internet access.
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New York Public Library
Main branch of the New York Public Library. A classic building worth a tour for the architecture alone. A pair of stone lions (named patience and fortitude ) guard the grande entrance to the library.

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Sammy's Roumanian Steak House
157 Chrystie St
New York, NY 10002, US
Skirt steaks and cold vodka are on the menu at Sammy's Roumanian Steak House. The Lower East Side steakery has been serving customers for over thirty years. The lighting and the ambience are more suited for party than romance.

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Bronx Little Italy
Little Italy Bronx style. While the Manhattan version has severely shrunken in recent years, the Bronx version is going strong with many Italian-American shops and restaurants.

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Da Silvano
260 6th Ave/avenue Of The Americas
New York, NY 10014, US
Mouthwatering Italian specialties, celebrities and steep prices.
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Crash Mansion
Top notch independent acts play nightly at this basement music club.

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Mercury Lounge
217 E Houston St
New York, NY 10002, US
The small bar area up front hides the larger back room that features some of the most talented musical artists in the city. A cover fee is charged on most nights and some events sell out.

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Chelsea Market
Shops of all sorts abound at this lively indoor market. Great smells are everywhere. Buy wine, flowers, seafood, baked goods, kitchen utensils and more. In the same building as The Food Network, where many popular cooking shows are filmed.

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Century 21
22 Cortlandt St
New York, NY 10007, US
Discount shopping mecca in New York City. Designer brands at discount prices. Go early and wear comfortable shoes. Directly across the street from the World Trade Center site.
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Chinatown
Enjoy authentic Chinese food and a frenzy of shopping on the the narrow streets of Chinatown.

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Kenny's Castaways
157 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10012, US
Legendary music spot in the heart of Greenwich Village. Check out the wild upstairs balcony bar.

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White Horse Tavern
567 Hudson St
New York, NY 10014, US
One of the oldest bars in the city. Poet Dylan Thomas drank himself to death here. Standard pub fare is served. During warm weather months, patron may eat and drink outside the bar at picnic tables.
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Macy's Herald Square
151 W 34th St
New York, NY 10001, US
Legendary New York Department store. Famous for it's portrayal in the film Miracle on 34th Street. Known for it's sponsorship of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Also known for extravagant window displays at Christmas time.
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Sheeps Meadow
Great place to hang and people watch on a warm, sunny day.
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The Duck Pond
One of a very few ponds on the island of Manhattan.
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59th Street Bridge
Also known as the Queensboro Bridge. Connects Manhattan and Queens. Prominently featured in the opening credits of the 80s TV show Taxi.
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The Great Lawn
Where else in Central Park can you have an alfresco dinner on a luxurious carpet of emerald green grass and listen to a world-renowned symphony or opera? Every summer the New York Philharmonic and the Metropolitan Opera each give two free performances.
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Central Park Carousel
A classic carousel likely to put a smile on the face of kids and adults alike. Buy a bag of popcorn and go for a spin.
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Madison Square Garden
Home of the New York Knicks basketball team and the New York Rangers hockey team.
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Telephone Bar
Telephone Bar
149 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10003, US
Ehglish style pub with red telephone booths adorning the facade. Watch movies in the back room on Tuesday nights.
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Peter Luger
178 Broadway
New York, NY 11211, US
You'll find gruff German waiters and sawdust on the floor in this 119 year old steak house that sits in the shadow of the Williamsburgh Bridge. Porterhouse steak is what you'll have along with all the usual steak house fixins.

The place is pricey but you'll have a fun experience and might just see a celebrity or two while you're there.
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Delicia
322 W 11th St
New York, NY 10014, US
Fun Brazilian dining at this small baesment restaurant.
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Saint Patrick's Cathedral
460 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10022, US
This massive gothic cathedral is a complete anomaly among the skycrapers of midtown. Worth a visit regardless of your religious preference.
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Astroland Amusement Park
Games, rides and fun in the heart of Coney Island.

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Wild Spirits
1843 1st Ave
New York, NY 10128, US
This no frills bar is miles from the hip downtown music scene. Head up there on Friday and Saturday nights to hear no nonsense hard rock.
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Arlene's Grocery
95 Stanton St
New York, NY 10002, US
Part bar (with a wood burning fireplace) and part live music venue, Arlene's is definitely not a grocery store. Come down on Monday nights for Rock n' Roll Karaoke or any other night of the week for wall to wall live rock music.
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Belvedere Castle
A real castle in New York City? You bet. It's positioned at the second highest elevation in the park and provides great views about the tree tops.
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Casa
70 Bedford St
New York, NY 10014, US
Let the good times roll at this small Brazilian restaurant with a wall of windows. Great Brazilian appetizers and entrees along with addictive Caipirinhas. The famously narrow Edna St. Vincent Millay house is right across the street.
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Hudson River Park
Once an abandoned, dilipidated pier, this spot has been transformed into one of the city's newest parks. A great spot to people watch and enjoy the Hudson River. Located conveniently along a path that extends south to Battery Park and north to the 79th Street boat basin.
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Museum of Modern Art
11 W 53rd St
New York, NY 10019, US
Known to locals as MOMA, the Museum of Modern Art has been completely renovated in the last few years. The result is stunning. Plenty of great things to do and see here. Enjoy photos, paintings, architecture, films and more. On nice days you can relax in the sculpture garden. Grab a cup of java or get something to eat at one of the museums restaurants.
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Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 5th Ave/museum Mile
New York, NY 10028, US
Known to locals as "The Met", this museum is always featuring something interesting. Important to note that the $15 adult admission is a suggested amount. You could give less and still gain entry. Worth the money as you could spend all day here. During warm weather months head over to the Roof Garden Cafe where you can sip a cocktail and enjoy a treetop view of Central Park.
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American Museum of Natural History
A world of wonder awaits at the Museum of Natural History. Learn about animals, plants, the history of the earth, space and a thousand other things at this museum. Features many rotating exhibits as well as interactive experiences and IMAX films.

Connected to the fabulous Rose Center for Earth and Space which features the one of a kind Hayden Planetarium. Head over to the Rose Center of Friday nights for free Jazz.
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Donovans Pub
57-00 - 57-98 Roosevelt Ave
New York, NY 11377, US
This is a classic Irish Bar and Resturant. Sit's right under the #7 train in Woodside. They have great burgers here. Nice spot to stop at when coming to or from a Mets game.
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Washington Square Park
The heart of Greenwich Village. The starting point of 5th Avenue. Surrounded by New York University buildings. Hang out by the fountain when the weather is nice.
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Battery Park
They call this Battery Park because back in the day there was a gun battery here that guarded New York Harbor. Now, it's a 23 acre park that encompasses the largest open space in downtown NYC. Easy access to the Staten Island Ferry and great views of the harbor. Get here via the 1/9 subway line to South Ferry.
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Lattanzi
361 W 46th St/Restaurant Row
New York, NY 10036, US
Cosy Italian restaurant in the theatre district. Exposed brick walls and beamed ceilings plus candles on every table give this restaurant a very cozy feeling.

Very good food as well. Bufala Mozzarella, Grilled Calamari and the Risotto are recommended.
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Frankie and Johnnie's
32 W 37th St
New York, NY 10018, US
An oasis in the Garment District. Great steakhouse fare in an elegant setting.
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Keyspan Park
1904 Surf Ave
New York, NY 11224, US
Home of the Brooklyn Cyclones, a New York Mets farm team.
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Staten Island Yankees
75 Richmond Ter
New York, NY 10301, US
Home of the Staten Island Yankees, a farm club for the New York Yankees. Accessible via the Staten Island Ferry, whose terminal is in walking distance of the stadium.
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SOBs
204 Varick St
New York, NY 10014, US
Short for Sounds of Brazil. SOBs features great music from around the world. The number 1 subway stop lets you out righr in front of the entrance.

Wash down the music with a pitcher of Brazilian Mojitos or get a table and enjoy the food while enjoying great music from around the globe.
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Gnocco
337 E 10th St/tompkins Sq
New York, NY 10009, US
Very nice ambience in this friendly Italian restaurant just across from Tompkins Square Park. The thin crust pizza is excellent and there is nice garden seating out back.
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Lakeside Lounge
162 Avenue B
New York, NY 10009, US
Funky East Village bar that features live music nightly. Never a cover charge to get in.
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Astoria Park
65 acre park thay sits adjacent to the East River and under the Triborough Bridge.
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Pete's Candy Store
709 Lorimer St
New York, NY 11211, US
Live music and entertainment every night of the week in the heart of hipster heaven. Check out their Williamsburgh Spelling Bee every other Monday night.
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Planet Thailand
141 N 7th St
New York, NY 11211, US
(718) 599-5758
Part disco (not really, but sometimes there's a DJ) and part Thai restaurant. Reasonable priced Thai food restaurant located in a very large, industrial L shaped space.
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Prospect Park
The Central Park of Brooklyn includes a lake and a zoo. Directly adjacent to the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Botanical Garden.
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Liberty State Park
The largest urban park in NJ offers great views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, New York Harbor and Lower Manhattan.

Home of the Liberty Science Center. Ferry Service to Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty.

Accessible from Manhattan by taking the PATH train to either Pavonia/Newport or Hoboken. From there, take the Light Rail to Liberty State Park.

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Shore Road
0 - 0,0 - 0 Shore Rd
New York, NY 11220, US
Great views of New York Harbor, Staten Island and the Narrows in this out of the way Brooklyn Neighborhood.
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Galapagos Art Space
70 N 6th St
New York, NY 11211, US
Fun, funky, eclectic and ultra cool entertainment in the heart of Williamsburgh. Take the L train along 14th Street to Bedford Ave.
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Sheepshead Bay
0 - 0,2001 - 2099 Emmons Ave
New York, NY 11235, US
Catch an early morning (or midnight) fishing charter or just come by to check out the marina and eat some fresh caught fish at one of the local restaurants across from the marina.
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Randazzos Clam Bar
2303 Emmons Ave
New York, NY 11235, US
718-615-0010
Famous Brooklyn seafood restaurant.
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New York Aquarium
Always a lot going on at the New York Aquarium.

According to their website, "Whether you're getting wrapped up in the tentacles of our jellies in our brand new Alien Stingers exhibit, being awe-struck by our walruses in the rocky coastline of Sea Cliffs, or cheering on our California sea lions during their Aquatheater presentations, you're always close to some of the world's most amazing wildlife. You'll also see that our organization has depth beyond the great exhibits."
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Brooklyn Museum
20 Eastern Pky
New York, NY 11238, US
(718) 638-5000
Every great city has a great museum. And Brooklyn is no exception. Easy to get to via the 2 or 3 trains. Get off at the Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum stop.
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The Bitter End
147 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10012, US
New York's longest running rock club. Live music every night of the week in a neighborhood teeming with bars, cafes and live music clubs.
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Terra Blues
149 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10012, US
An awesome blues venue. Rockin blues every night of the week into the wee hours.

Look for Terra Blues legend Michael Powers just about every Monday and Friday night.
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Rockaway Beach
The other beach located in New York City. A long way from the city by train, but an alternative to Coney Island if you have a car.
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Hoboken Train Station
Catch the PATH train here to 33rd Street in Manhattan or downtown to the World Trade Center. Or get on a New Jersey Transit train to points south and west in New Jersey.
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JFK Air Train Transfer Point - Howard Beach
This is a stop along the A subway line that runs down 8th Avenue in Manhattan.
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JFK Air Train Transfer Point - Jamaica
Sutphin Blvd
New York, NY 11435, US
This stop is accessible to and from Manhattan by taking the E train which is the 8th Avenue local in Manhattan. Alternatively, you can take the Long Island Rail Road at this location to/from Penn Station.
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Kaufman Astoria Studios
32-98 - 32-00 36th St
New York, NY 11106, US
KAS is the location for major motion pictures, independent film, television shows and commercials.
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Museum of the Moving Image

The Museum of the Moving Image is dedicated to educating the public about the art, history, technique, and technology of film, television, and digital media and to examining their impact on culture and society.
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UA Kaufman Studio Cinemas 14
Fourteen screen movie theater.
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Market Cafe
496 9th Ave
New York, NY 10018, US
The Market Cafe serves comfort food, French bistro style. The restaurant itself has the feel of a small diner with lots of stainless steel and an inviting counter area. Prices are moderate and you can enjoy a draft beer or wine with your dinner.

This is a nice little place in an area that does not have a lot of good choices.
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Little Italy
The center of old Italian culture in Manhattan is now a shadow of its former self. Nonetheless, it's worth a walk for some dinner at Angelo's and a cannoli at Ferrara's.
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Loreley
This German restaurant and biergarten is worth a visit if you're in the area. If you're craving German beer on tap or authentic German food then I'd elevate this to a "must visit" location in Manhattan.
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Pearl Paint
308 Canal St
New York, NY 10013, US
212-431-7932
Art supply superstore.
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Chinatown Ice Cream Factory
65 Bayard St
New York, NY 10013, US
Wild, Asian inspired flavors including almond cookie, avocado and black sesame at this Chinatown Ice Cream parlor.
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Corner Bistro
331 W 4th St
New York, NY 10014, US
212-242-9502
Get a mug of McSorely's Ale for $2.50 or wait in line for a mouthwatering burger at this no nonsense cheap eat and drink joint.
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Noodle Town
28 Bowery/confucius Plz
New York, NY 10013, US
212-349-2690
Low costs, shared tables and lots of roasted meat in the window are the order of the day at Noodle Town. Open til 4AM this place serves up good food at good prices in a no frills atmosphere. My personal favorite dish here is roast duck over white rice.
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Wo Hop
17 Mott St
New York, NY 10013, US
Inexpensive Chinese food served in large portions 24 hours a day. The prices, hours and bring your own beer policy make this a great place to gather a group for a late night meal. Be warned though. The decor is nothing fancy.
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Apple Store
24/7/365 mecca for Apple worshipers in New York City.
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Felix
340 W Broadway
New York, NY 10013, US
French bistro in the center of cool in Soho. A place to see and be seen. Scenes from the movie As Good As It Gets with Jack Nicholson were filmed here.
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John's Pizzeria
260 W 44th St/rodger & Hammerstein Row
New York, NY 10036, US
(212) 391-7560
The uptown version of the Bleecker St. classic brick oven pizza. If you're in the Times Square area this is the place to go for pizza. As always, no slices!
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169 Bar
169 E Broadway
New York, NY 10002, US
A dive bar in Chinatown that features live music almost every night. They typically charge a cover fee between $5 and $10 for multiple band performances.
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FAO Schwarz
The definitive New York City toy store featuring expensive and hard to find items. Long waits to get inside during the holiday season. Was featured in the movie Big with Tom Hanks.
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Trump Tower
The tower build for and by real estate developer, casino owner and television personality Donald Trump.
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Saks Fifth Avenue
611 5th Ave
New York, NY 10022, US
High end department store.
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Cartier
653 5th Ave
New York, NY 10022, US
World renowned jewelry boutique.
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Lord & Taylor
424 5th Ave
New York, NY 10016, US
Flagship location for this high end department store.
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New York Yankees Clubhouse Store
Buy all sorts of New York Yankees merchandise in their store.
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Van Cortlandt Park
Every borough has a great park. This is the one in the Bronx.
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Fordham University
441 E Fordham Rd
Bronx, NY, United States
(718) 817-3586
One of the premier universities in New York City.
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Crispo
240 W 14th St
New York, NY 10011, US
Greenwich Village Italian restaurant. Really good food in a rowdy atmosphere.
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Sea Crest On The Ocean
A great place to stay if you want to get away from the city and have a real oceanfront experience.
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Mr. Dennehy's
63 Carmine St
New York, NY 10014, US
A nice place to have a pint. And a great place to watch pro or college football on Sundays. Also home to the New York Rugby Club.

consider that this was an engineering marvel of it's day while enjoying views of the East River, Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn.

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Fairway Market Cafe and Steakhouse
2127 Broadway
New York, NY 10023, US
A steakhouse inside a supermarket? That's right! They get the fresh ingredients from their own market and cook it up at reasonable prices with a nicer ambience than you'd expect.
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Wild Ginger
53 Grove St
New York, NY 10014, US
Good Thai food at very reasonable prices.
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Antica Venezia
396 West St.
at West 10th St.
New York, NY 10014, US
212-229-0606
Very good Italian food. Nice ambience and friendly service. Love the complimentary flavored sambuca and grappa after the meal. Location on the West Side Highway is a little out of the way but it's a nice walk across the West Village from the subway.
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Polytechnic University
6 Metrotech Ctr
Brooklyn, NY 11201-3840, US
718-260-3600
Founded in 1854, Polytechnic is second oldest private engineering school in the United States.
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Live Bait
14 E 23rd St
New York, NY 10010, US
A funky spot with southern style seafood, and oyster bar and good drinks.






Jen Dziura At Live Bait from podcastnyc on Vimeo
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Hearst Building
Completed in 2006, the Hearst building is truly an architectural marvel. The base of the building remains in the classic style, while the skyscraper is a very modern glass structure.
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Columbus Circle
The southwest gateway to Central Park. An oasis of fountains that also acts as the doorway to the Upper West Side. Directly across from the very modern Time Warner Center.
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Jacob Javits Convention Center
655 W. 34th St.
New York, NY 10001
The largest convention spot in New York City. Major events hosted here include the Auto Show, Comic Con and Book Expo America.
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Brooklyn Bridge Park Beach
Swimming and sand in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge.
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Rockefeller Center
Ice skating rink, restaurants, NBC studio tour and Top Of The Rock observation deck.
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Chelsea Piers
Sports and entertainment complex. Some activities include bowling, golf driving range, rock climbing, ice skating, basketball and more.
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Wollman Rink
Ice skate day and night in central park. In the summer this space is converted into a small amusement park called Victoria Gardens.
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Kate Wollman Skating Rink
Ice skating in Brooklyn. Outside and open from November to March.
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Queens Museum
Many great exhibits, including the famous panorama of New York City.
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World's Fair Ice Skating Rink
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The Pond At Bryant Park
Seasonal ice skating rink. Open from November thru mid-January.
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Apple Store
Three levels of tech shopping at this Apple store opened in late 2007.

See video at http://www.vimeo.com/450095.