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Six Things To Do At The South Street Seaport After Dark

For New Yorkers, there is nothing like the South Street Seaport after dark. This after hours hot spot is a favorite among locals as well as curious tourists. Though the seaport has great attractions that are frequented all day, the fun doesn't stop when the sun goes down. 

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Where to Find Free Summer Movies in New York

Movies, can be a very expensive addition to your vacation but, luckily, there are many opportunities to see free ones--in in some of the most well-known New York City locations. 

Where to Find Free Summer Movies in New York
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New York City’s Pop-Up Dining Scene Broadway Bites

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Oct 23, 2017 / 0 comments

Japanese okonomiyaki. Arepas. Turkish street food. Bento boxes. Just-fried empanadas. Taiwanese-style bao. Paella. Trying to decide what to eat at Broadway Bites is a mouth-watering challenge.
 

Wedged between Broadway and 6th Avenue in Greeley Square, not far from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station, Broadway Bites bills itself as a pop-up eatery. The collection of creative eats includes influences from across the world.
 

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5 Great Ways to Explore Central Park

With its breathtaking views, flat and hilly terrain, New York’s landmark park is a beloved, natural gem for many tourists. Home to 843 acres of famous attractions, hidden histories, and vibrant flora, Central Park offers a wonderful chance to explore the city’s wondrous green space.

5 Great Ways to Explore Central Park

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A Locals' Guide to New York City? Yes, Please!

You know how it is: big city = overwhelming choices! You want a friend, a local to show you around. Luckily for us, author Gigi Griffis has a WHOLE series of travel guides, where locals share their best tips (we've shared her Italy guide here). Her newest, released today, is a guide to New York City, one of the most intimidating cities to travel to, for there are TOO MANY CHOICES for what to see, do, explore!

My 5 Favorite Green Spaces in New York City

by Anevay Darlington / Dec 02, 2014 / 0 comments

NYC is called many things: the city of lights, dreams, the cultural capital of the world. However, I’ve never heard it being called the city of gardens, nature, or greenery.

Top 8 Food Spots in NYC, Williamsburg

by Anevay Darlington / May 28, 2014 / 0 comments

I lived in Williamsburg, in Brooklyn, for 9 years of my life, and the hardest part about moving out of the neighborhood was missing the food. Each of these restaurants hold a special place in my heart, as I grew up in each one in some capacity.