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A Day in the Life of a Food Vendor

It’s 6 on a Wednesday morning, and Kabir Ahmed has snoozed his alarm one too many times. He steps softly, barefoot, around his small, second-story apartment in Jamaica, Queens, creaking through the green and pink hall.<p>He is late, but careful not to wake his wife and their three children, or his …

The Rubin Museum of Art Free K2 Friday Nights

K2 Friday Nights at The Rubin<p>Photo by Rubin Museum of Art (Rubin Museum of Art) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons<p>Each Friday night from 6:00 …

Audience Tickets for The Chew

Get Tickets for The Chew<p><i>The Chew</i> is ABC’s food-centered talk show.<p>You can get free tickets to be in the audience for <i>The Chew</i> by applying online.<p>The …

St. Patrick's Day Parade

NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade<p>New York City does St. Patrick’s Day in a big way.<p>The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade starts at 11:00 a.m. at 44th Street …

A Brief History Of Delmonico's, New York City's First Restaurant

fullscreen<p>Until the Delmonico brothers opened their eponymous eatery in 1837, New York City didn't have a proper restaurant, just cafes and inns …

Restaurants

Ford Opens a Futuristic Interactive Hub in Lower Manhattan

Ford Motor opens an interactive studio in lower Manhattan, with a vision of tomorrow's transportation.<p><b>Ford</b> ( F) has opened its first-ever interactive …

Manhattan

The Remains of the 17th Century Lovelace Tavern in NYC’s Financial District

With its lofty skyscrapers and efficient street grid it’s difficult to imagine what Manhattan might have looked in its early days. But if you look …

Browse All of New York City's Landmarks In One Interactive Map

See every single NYC landmark in one handy tool<p>There are tens of thousands of officially-designated landmarks in New York City, and today, the Landmarks Preservation Commission launched a fun new tool that lets you explore all of those protected sites. The interactive map, called Discover NYC …

Museum of the City of New York introduces app that lets you explore NYC’s Gilded Age

Take a tour inside extravagant mansions and historic public institutions during the turn-of-the-century<p>During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, an era known as the turn-of-the-century, New York City saw a sudden surge in wealth being amassed and a new crop of millionaires like Andrew …

Looking Back at Manhattan's Street Art Mecca, 10 Years Later

Before being swallowed by condos, Eleven Spring Street was a five-story work of art.<p>In December 2006, nearly 100 street artists converged on a building at the northeast corner of Spring and Elizabeth Streets in Manhattan. For one weekend, they turned it into a must-see destination, plastering the …

Street Art

The New York Wheel is growing

Construction on the world's tallest observation wheel is progressing in New York City. The gigantic attraction will, however, be significantly more …

Travel

60 Cheap Eats Destinations You Should Know About in NYC

As restaurant prices continue to soar, finding a cheap restaurant meal becomes more of a priority. And if the inexpensive feed is not only delicious but also interesting, and maybe even outside your previous dining experience, all the better. From time to time, I post about cheap restaurants I’ve …

Free Things to Do in New York City

Finding free activities to fill your day in the City That Never Sleeps is easier than you might think. With countless cultural attractions and a large city parks system, there's plenty to do that won't cost you a cent.<p><b>Art/Music</b><p>Skip the $25 ticket price when the <b>Museum of Modern Art</b> opens its doors, …

New York Pizza Styles: A Complete Guide - Eater NY

While New Yorkers can certainly be parochial and protective of their home slice, they can also be open and accepting of different pizza points of view. Here is a look at the predominant forms of pizza found in New York City with information about how they developed over the years, and a glimpse at …

Inside NYC's first museum dedicated to food

Brooklyn's food scene is unstoppable. First Smorgasburg, a hit food festival in the area's trendiest neighborhoods, and now New York’s first museum devoted to food.<p>The Museum of Food and Drink, or MOFAD, will open the doors to its first exhibit on Tuesday. <i>Mashable</i> got a sneak peek at Flavor: Making …

Food

The best ways to get last-minute Broadway tickets

If you're looking for cheap seats:<p><b>Line up at TKTS:</b> The big red steps in Duffy Square, on Broadway at 47th Street, are the location of Theatre …

Airlines

Coney Island, NY guide

Restaurants<p>The best restaurants and bars in Coney Island<p>Cap off a day at the beach at the best restaurants and bars in Coney Island, from hot-dog …

Street Art

New Brooklyn Guidebook Gives Compelling Visual Tour of the Borough's Best Restaurants, Shopping and More

Brooklyn’s newest guidebook is a visual exploration of the borough’s commercial spots, from clothing boutiques and restaurants to furniture stores …

Shopping

An Eater's Guide to New York City

Unofficial, highly opinionated information about where to eat in the five boroughs<p>Welcome to the Vast, Ever-Changing Food Metropolis<p>With over eight million people spread out across 250+ neighborhoods, New York City is a true melting pot. In addition to mom-and-pop spots serving foods from all …

The Dumpling Map - New York

PHOTO: Noah Devereaux<p>Looking for the city's best dumplings? Here's our rundown of the best ones in New York, from Manhattan'sChinatown to Flushing's …

New York City

8 coffee shops that New Yorkers love

New York runs on coffee — barely drinkable office swill, fast coffee from carts and bodegas, utility lattes from mega-chains like Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts, and the actual good stuff from local roasters and beloved cafés.<p>The latter is what really feeds our addiction, and at $5 a cup, drains our …

Coffee

New York City Pizza Guide for Visitors

New York City certainly isn’t the only place you can get a pizza. The stuff was invented in Naples, Italy. When it’s on a bagel, you can have it …

Pizza

Your Guide To The Best Pizza In New York City In 2017

Are you feeling saucy? We bet you will be after you read this.<p>Here's your official list of the best pizza in New York City. But don't stop here. Pick …

Pizza

You won’t need a golden ticket to enjoy this new chocolate museum in Manhattan

This week the Big Apple got a little sweeter, thanks to the opening of New York City’s first chocolate museum. Famed chocolatier Jacques Torres partnered with Eddy Van Belle, founder of four other chocolate museums around the world from Belgium to Mexico, to open Choco-Story in Manhattan’s Soho …

Dessert

These 9 Irish Pubs Are Among the Highest Rated in NYC

These Irish pubs are some of the highest-rated in NYC.

Travel

Hidden Gems of New York's Central Park

There are so many hidden parts of New York’s Central Park that locals have come to love and are worth discovering. (Photo: Francois Roux/Alamy)<p>You …

Grand Central Station

The Urban Lens: Inside McSorley's Old Ale House, NYC's oldest bar

<b>6sqft’s ongoing series The Urban Lens invites photographers to share work exploring a theme or a place within New York City. In this installment,</b> …

St. Patrick's Day

New York City Bodegas And The Generations Who Love Them

In New York City, there's a place on almost every block where you can buy a bag of chips or a lottery ticket. Elsewhere, it's called a corner store. But in the Big Apple, it's known as a bodega.<p>In Spanish, <i>bodega</i> can mean "storeroom" or "wine cellar."<p>New Yorkers like Miriam Gomez, though, know …

Manhattan

In the Heart of Times Square, A Love Note for Immigrants

Times Square