NFT Travel Guides: Hibernian Hijinks

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 One of our partners, Not For Tourists, has several unique offerings on their website this week. Check out the following highlights...

Welcome To The Jungle/Circus, by  J. Slab

The Brooklyn Circus
A circus... why a circus? "If you think about it, Brooklyn is kinda a circus."


Hibernian Hijinks, by Craig Nelson

Only 203 (I think) days left until St. Patty's Day. But you don't need to fall for that marketing crap/hype when getting a strong dose of Irish food and drink is just a short subway ride away. Molly's Pub in Murray Hill is all Irish all the time.



Love For The Imitation Meat, by Rebecca Katherine Hirsch

Buddha Boddhai
Kosher, Chinese and seconds from the NFT office, Buddha Boddhai is more than just a Hasidic hangout, JewAsian magnet and cavern of seitan.



Don't Mess With the Best, by Rebecca Katherine Hirsch

Manna 1 Bakery
Oh hey, this is where I go to get my bubble tea, lychee ice, red bean cakes and coconut buns. It's just like any other Chinatown bakery, but it's MY Chinatown bakery, so I hold it to a certain standard.



Woop Dee Goddamn Doo, by Rebecca Katherine Hirsch

Coco 66
Yeah whatever. Coco 66 is a former wood shop with a service entry entryway, a bar in front, an eclectic dance space in back.



Check out their website - they have free downloadable guides, maps, gear, and of course, the travel guide books. Not to mention, they are pretty funny people. I am always laughing when I visit their site, or read their newsletter.

Not For Tourists has offered a coupon for Wandering Educators - please use the coupon code: WE for a 10% discount.


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