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St Patrick's Cathedral

St Patrick's Cathedral

If the white marble spires soaring 100m above Madison Avenue pique your interest, step into the largest Gothic cathedral in the nation to see two gorgeous Tiffany altarpieces and an astonishing 9,000-pipe organ. Completed in 1878, the... More Read More

Staten Island Ferry

Staten Island Ferry

  If you want to take a romantic boat ride past Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, you can pay to ride on one of the pleasure cruisers that dot the waters south of Manhattan, or you can take this free 24-hour ferry. Get off to... More Read More

Panorama of the City of New York

Panorama of the City of New York

You know in your gut that New York is a big city, but when you’re standing over it –a 868m 2 model of it, at least – it becomes overwhelmingly clear. Consisting of 895,000 individual structures, the sprawling diorama was built... More Read More

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Food & Drink

S'Mac

S'Mac

S arita’s Macaroni N Cheese does one thing, and does it well. The store is small inside (they also deliver) but this is the best thing you will eat out of a cast iron skillet. Choose from one of their recommended “macs” or build... More Read More

Rickshaw Dumpling Bar

Rickshaw Dumpling Bar

Pouches filled with chicken and Thai basil, pork and chives, or shrimp and wasabi come six or nine to a box at this shrine to dumplings. The portions are ideally sized for you to have room for dessert, which might be black sesame-crusted... More Read More

Republic

Republic

This pan-Asian noodle house’s large, open space with wooden benches and muted décor is an anomaly in a city known for tight quarters. Start off with a green papaya-mango salad, and then choose from noodle dishes including pad thai and... More Read More

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Shops

What Goes Around Comes Around

What Goes Around Comes Around

Boho is the style at this vintage-inspired SoHo boutique. Wooden shelving encases flowy tops, 1970s-style dresses and western-inspired leather belts, as well as knitted men’s sweaters. Don’t miss their stunning collection of vintage... More Read More

Versani

Versani

If Tiffany is not your thing, try Versani (not to be confused with Versace). It makes exclusive and unique jewellery, handcrafted in NYC, including edgy and interesting rings, bracelets, and all manner of accessories, for both men and... More Read More

Tiffany & Co

Tiffany & Co

No, you can’t actually eat breakfast here. But it is the flagship location for amazing jewellery and, of course, the one and only Tiffany engagement ring. And if the ring is already spoken for, the store is great for wedding gifts... More Read More

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Nightlife

The Windsor

The Windsor

T ucked away in the West Village, the space is small but lively with the option to watch TV sports as well as enjoy great food and cocktails for lunch, late night or happy hour. Upscale comfort foods plus tasty brews and spirits make it... More Read More

Webster Hall

Webster Hall

Said to be one of the oldest nightclubs in the country (est 1886), Webster has been through as much transformation as the East Village itself. The crowd is skewed toward the younger demographic (although you must be at least 19 to enter)... More Read More

Union Hall

Union Hall

With a schedule of live music, food, and two indoor bocce (a game related to boules) ball courts, this 465m2 bar has plenty to offer their patrons in Park Slope. The décor is that of an old gentleman’s club with stacked bookshelves,... More Read More

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Art & Entertainment

Shake Shack

Shake Shack

Another New York staple, these burgers and shakes done simply and perfectly have made what started as a Madison Park food cart into a well-loved, permanent dining institution. Great for kids and adults, it’s the perfect treat after a... More Read More

Syfy's Movies With a View

Syfy's Movies With a View

This free summer event features a new series of films every year, projected on a large screen beneath the backdrop of the Brooklyn Bridge. Microwave some popcorn, pack your favourite blanket and arrive early for a good spot on the... More Read More

Solomon Guggenheim Museum

Solomon Guggenheim Museum

The interior is stunning, with murals as well as the largest theatre organ – it has 4,410 pipes. It hosts many performers and shows. If you are able to be there during the winter holidays, get tickets to their Radio City Christmas... More Read More

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