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“Union Square is popular for tourists and locals alike. Lots of clothing stores, cool bars and restaurants. It’s also home to a world famous Farmers Market and The Strand book store. We love Union Square!”
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“All the fancy boutiques and brands are here! And super charming and great for photo shoots.”
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“Very trendy! It’s a mini Manhattan. Several bars & eateries. Taco trucks! Lots of thrift stores. You can find some staple pieces that you won’t find anywhere else. The ambiance in Williamsburg will make you smile. ”
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“Chinatown in NYC is worth a visit, especially for tourists who haven't visited many Chinatowns before. The neighborhood is expansive, unique, and bustling with people.”
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“Dumbo, an acronym for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, is one of the most-visited spots in Brooklyn. Just a couple of decades removed from an industrial past in which few people lived there and there was little reason to visit, it’s now a hotbed of dining, recreation and shopping with great views of the Lower Manhattan skyline.”
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“A quaint historic village, true to its name, with the storied history in case behind a glass boutique on every corner. A food lover’s, photographers’, sightseeing dream.”
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“The West Village is a great place for food, sight seeing, gardens, and local art. Also see historic homes and find artisanal shopping. You can find free parking in the residential areas!”
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“Best Restaurants, Bars, and Nightlife Start your day with a cuppa at Hi-Collar, a modern take on a Japanese kissaten, or tea room. Order a $7 “siphon” coffee, which is served like a bespoke cocktail -- just name your flavor profile and they’ll whip it right up. (Only in New York!) For another take on NYC’s famous $7 latte, head to Round K, where they pour a matte-black latte made with 8% dutch processed cacao (only in New York!!!). Skip any and all tempting pastries to save room for dim sum at Nom Wah Tea Parlor, which opened in 1920. The space is gigantic, the interior is drab, and the food is plentiful -- just like all the best dim sum houses. Order more than you think you can possibly eat, and then eat it (if you don’t know where to start, try the pork buns, turnip cakes, and sesame balls with lotus paste -- they’re all crowd-pleasers). If you’d like to stuff yourself in another fashion, head to Clinton Street Baking Company, where they serve stacks of pancakes worth writing home about. Stop for a pre-dinner drink at Attaboy, the city’s only speakeasy that is actually still cool. The dimly lit menuless bar is very hip, very tiny, and most easily gotten into the moment they open. Press the buzzer at the almost-entirely unmarked door, then head inside and let them mix you up the drink you’ve been dreaming of. After, head to a reservation at Dirt Candy for a virtuous vegan night out, or Mario Carbone’s Dirty French bistro for the absolute opposite. The Box, an X-rated cabaret, is a favorite late-night Lower East Side haunt, but the drinks and dance floor at Home Sweet Home are equally fun. ”
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“5th Avenue. Need I say more. Just start at Flatbush Avenue and work your way down. You will find a melting pot of food options. From Greek, to Italian, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Latin, and the list goes on. ”
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“Lots of graffiti, small coffee places, vintage shopping, and especially tons of vibes ”
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“You can wander the streets of Fort Greene and see all the amazing iconic Brownstones of Brooklyn!”
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“Great for walking through the Brooklyn Bridge, great vintage shops, and a fantastic view of the Brooklyn Bridge”
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“This park is 1 or 2 private parks in NYC. You can look, but good luck getting in!”
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“Tribeca is one of NYC's most iconic neighborhoods. World class restaurants, bars tucked away in a quiet little corner (or triangle) of the city. Close to all train lines so getting around is easy, but you may not want to leave there's so much within just walking distance of you. ”
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“Wall Street is an eight-block-long street running roughly northwest to southeast from Broadway to South Street, at the East River, in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan in New York City. Minutes walk from SI Ferry. ”
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“This is near by walking distance neighbor hood with lots of character, charming, locally curated shops, nice coffee shops and restaurant.”
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