Haunted New York

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If you’re a history buff who wants a tour of the city that’s out of the ordinary, then Boroughs of the Dead is the tour for you! Featured in Conde Nast Traveler, The New York Times and Time Out New York, Boroughs of the Dead is not about gimmicks or … Read More

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Be Sure to Bring Your Quarters

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Got some loose change and a thirst for craft beer and classic arcade games? Barcade can help with that. Located less than a half a mile from our Madison Avenue hotel, Barcade provides a wide array of amazing beers from breweries like Alagash, Lagunitas, and local favorite Brooklyn Brewery, along … Read More

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A Different Kind of Museum

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New York is famous for its art museums and rightly so. But if you’re in the mood for something more unique, check out the Museum of the Moving Image, the only museum in the country devoted exclusively to the history, art and technology of movies and TV. Currently host to … Read More

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Better By Bike

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What to see New York City like a New Yorker? Sign on for one of the energetic offerings of Fitness Tours of New York. You’ll get a feel-good, all-over workout wile seeing some of New York’s most breathtaking views. One of our favorites is the “Two Bridges NYC Footbiking Tour,” … Read More

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Rustic Culinary Style

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Give our love of artisan bread and exquisite tulips, it would be hard not to love a New York restaurant called Bread & Tulips, billed as a “rustic Italian kitchen & bar.” It’s the kind of cozy neighborhood spot with exposed brick, candles and warmly lit dining rooms that feels … Read More

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