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The 9 Weirdest Foods In New York City

You don't have to travel to a foreign country to find some seriously strange snacks.<p>There are actually a number of bizarre culinary creations right here in New York, as our friends at Zagat well know. They came up with a list of the nine weirdest foods you can find in the city.<p>Some are completely …

MoMA And Foursquare Team Up For An Architecture Scavenger Hunt

Find New York’s best architecture with a little social-networking help.<p>By all accounts, New York is a great city, but you’d be hard-pressed to say that it’s a great city for architecture. New York–by which most mean to say Manhattan–is not defined by its iconic buildings in the way that a metropole …

The best cheap eats in NYC

Dining on a dime is part of New York’s DNA—just look at the best cheap eats in NYC for proof, stocked with classic city grub from New York pizza …

5 Places New Yorkers Can Escape The City This Summer—Without A Car

New York City can be stiflingly overwhelming in the summertime. No matter how hard our A.C. units work or how many walks we take in Central Park, it's still easy to feel claustrophobic at times.<p>We put together a list of five great places New Yorkers can escape to this summer without spending a …

NYC tests free cellphone-charging station at 25 spots this summer

Not so long ago, we featured a Pensa concept that we called a rest stop for the urban age–a system called Street Charge that could attach to any …

Gatsby's greatest places: exploring Jazz Age gems

<i>The Great Gatsby</i> is a classic American novel, and a continual inspiration to artists of all kinds. We've uncovered New York City and Long Island sights from F. Scott Fitzgerald's most iconic work. Prohibition is passé and Art Deco is long dead, but you can still live like it’s the roaring 20s in …

Why I Love the Upper East Side

I’ll just say it: I love the Upper East Side.<p>I’ve heard grumbles and witnessed eye-rolls from people who see it as the land of <i>Gossip Girl</i> and old-money families — and those who think the far East Side is for recent college grads sharing studio apartments.<p>While there’s truth to every stereotype, the …

A brunch-lover’s guide to New York City

Ahh, brunch. One part omelette, two parts mimosa, three parts coffee – life’s sweet distraction when the workweek is nigh. Though not a uniquely New York 'thing' <i>per se</i>, there’s no other city that takes its breakfast-lunch combustion quite as seriously as the Big Apple and every visitor should take …

12 Hidden Gems in DC, San Francisco, LA, NYC, and Chicago

We begged, pleaded, and bribed a handful of locals in five of the country’s major metropolises (Washington DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York …

NYC’s Best New Outdoor Watering Holes

Whether you live in a pint-sized studio apartment or plan to visit New York during the (typically steamy) summer months, it’s nice to get a breath of …

Best Eats Near Yankee Stadium

The guy sitting next to you in the upper deck is so smug. With his headphones, handheld radio, and meticulously organized scorecard, you can tell …

Best New Rooftop Bars in NYC

Summer is (unofficially) here and what better way to take in the glorious New York City skyline than from a rooftop bar? Visitors and locals alike …

Summer 2013 Guide to New York City

<i>We have updated this list for 2014. Read Summer 2014 Guide to New York City</i><p>New York City’s sidewalks, parks, and rooftops are once again lively …

Brunch Heatmap

Looking for a place for brunch this weekend? Check out Eater's map of New York's <b>hottest brunch spots</b>. Whether you're celebrating Father's Day or having a hangover feast with friends, check out the mighty pulled pork sandwich at <b>Maysville</b> or the brioche French toast at <b>ABV</b>. [EaterWire]

New York Pass Comparison Gives Tourists The Most For Their Money

From museums to walking tours, visiting New York City can involve an expensive list of activities.<p>But one website, New York Pass Comparison, offers those traveling to New York an easy way to make sure they're getting the most for their money.<p>Site creator Stuart Anderson said he was inspired to make …

I Heart My City: Erik’s Brooklyn

<b>Erik Trinidad</b> of The Global Trip has traveled to dozens of countries around the world, but he’s been proud call Brooklyn home for the past five years. Check out a few of his favorite things about New York City’s most populous borough (by far, actually), then add your own two cents by leaving a …

The Very Best Ways To Explore NYC By Bike

Whether you're Tour de France ready or picking up a bike for the first time since elementary school, we have a cool new route for every type of cyclist.<p>Check out our riding picks for the pretty paths, cool pit stops and fun hang outs that will keep you spinning all summer.