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Brooklyn Bridge
See + Do Brooklyn Bridge, New York City

When it was completed in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge was a marvel of civil engineering—the longest suspension bridge in the world. Over 150,000 people... more

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Central Park
See + Do Central Park, New York City

New York City without the park is a dismal thought. Created by visionary landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux in the mid-1800s, the... more

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Eating Dim Sum Go Go, New York City

Chinatown's most playfully modern dim sum parlor offers the traditional Chinese brunch from morning till night. The red and white facade may scream fast-food... more

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Shop Midtown, New York City

It's no coincidence that when people think of shopping in New York, they think of midtown—the buzzy commercial center of Manhattan harbors some of the... more

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Eating Katz's Delicatessen, New York City

Sure, it's tacky, noisy, and rushed. Sure, the Formica is worn, the service gruff, and the sandwiches way too big. But New York wouldn't be New York without... more

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See + Do Statue of Liberty, New York City

It's hard to imagine a more evocative and familiar symbol of the United States than the lady with the torch, who has been welcoming travelers from across the... more

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See + Do Theater in New York City, New York City

For many people, the quintessential New York City experience is going to the theater. Despite (justified) complaints that today's offerings have become too... more

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Ellis Island
See + Do Ellis Island, New York City

Roughly 12 million immigrants passed through this island as they entered America from the late 1800s through the mid-1950s, sometimes at the rate of thousands a... more

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See + Do Chinatown, New York City

The largest Asian community in North America has expanded its territory over the years, reaching into the Lower East Side and Little Italy; Manhattan's... more

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See + Do Soho, New York City

This area, bounded by Houston Street to the north and Canal Street to the south and stretching from Lafayette Street to Varick Street, has gone from a... more

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See + Do Grand Central Terminal, New York City

In the entrance pavilion to this truly grand terminal, there is a small plaque dedicated to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. It doesn't celebrate her status as a... more

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See + Do World Trade Center Site/Ground Zero, New York City

The devastating events of September 11, 2001, are still painfully fresh memories to all New Yorkers. The 16-acre site that once held the World Trade Center is... more

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Takashi
Eating Takashi, New York City

A quirky addition to the newly resurgent West Village restaurant scene, Takashi serves a peculiar hybrid: Korean barbecue filtered through a Japanese lens.... more

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Eating Park Avenue Spring / Summer / Winter / Autumn, New York City

Downtown design firm AvroKO transformed the once stuffy Park Avenue Cafe into one of the city's most dynamic high-concept restaurants. Every three months, the... more

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Eating Prune, New York City

Resist the urge to call it adorable. Yes, this East Village place is tiny and homey, and yes, the staff is almost all female, but chef Gabrielle Hamilton turns... more

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Eating Blue Ribbon, New York City

Blue Ribbon serves its entire enormous menu until 4 in the morning to night owls and chefs coming off of work. The Soho spot is the most popular of the Blue... more

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