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The action never stops in New York City, and let’s be honest, that’s the essence of the city’s appeal. The pace, the people, the endless opportunities for discovery; it's a place where anything is possible, and anything could happen, at anytime.
It's also a city of extremes: the most iconic skyline, the world's most extensive subterranean rail network; the highest number of coffee shops per capita; the greatest concentration of theaters in the world. The best burger. It's a destination that delights visitors and the most cynical of New Yorkers with countless surprises at every turn.
From hedonistic wellness experiences and active outdoor pursuits, to the apex of arts and culture, style and design, food and drink, explore the New York that speaks to you with our insider’s guide to the Big Apple.
Achieve Equilibrium At Hôtel Plaza Athénée's Valmont Spa
Get A Taste Of City Living During An Extended Stay At The Lowell
An Italian Hotelier Shares The Best Places To Eat, Shop, And Experience Local History In New York City’s Seaport District, And Beyond
The Creative Force Behind Decorative Interiors Line, L’Objet, Opens Up His Little Black Book
New York’s Youngest Sommelier Is Educating A New Generation Of Wine Enthusiasts
Get An Inside Look At One Of The World’s Most Vibrant Art Cities
The Hotel Introduces Its Special Brand Of Refined Luxury And Unstinting Service To The New Seaport District Property
Explore The Lowell's Ultimate Urban Hideaway
Embark On A Culinary Tour Of The Big Apple, Courtesy Of Chef Charlie Palmer
Experience A Modern Classic In The Making At The Glamorous Knickerbocker Hotel
A Tony-Award Winning Theater Producer Shares His Passion For New York
The Greenwich Hotel Has Partnered With Shinola To Offer Guests Complimentary Use Of Their Latest Bicycle Models
Explore New York’s Best Boutiques During Your Stay At Hôtel Plaza Athénée
Enjoy Fresh From The Farm Ingredients In The Heart Of The City
Explore Works By The 20th Century’s Most Notable Artists
An Unconventional Way To Explore The City
Trace Firefighting History
For Sustainable Seafood With A Scene, Belly Up To The Oyster Bar
Explore Museum Mile, And Beyond
Where To Catch A Show
Expand Your Wine Knowledge
A Chelsea Boutique Full Of Surprises
Dining’s Changing Scene Showcases New Spaces & Hip Destinations
Spin With The Fishes On A Carousel Unlike Any Other
Sample 14 Restaurants Under One Roof
The Best Of NYC’s Independent Booksellers
Instant Off Broadway Classics
Vintage Shopping In Chelsea
Toast Your Trip With An Expertly Curated Selection Of Wine And Whiskey
As You Peruse The Menu, Remember, The Furniture's For Sale Too
Mediterranean-South African Fusion Downtown
A Museum Of Special Collections
Cocktail Hour Begins At A Chic Spot
Reliable French Cooking In The West Village
Visit The Transformed Pier 17
With all of Manhattan’s wonders, Ignazio Cipriani appreciates the special beauty of Brooklyn Bridge Park (334 Furman St., Brooklyn; +1-718-222-9939) with his son on weekends. Landscape architect Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates has created a remarkable waterfront of green spaces on 85 acres of former vacant industrial sites and abandoned piers, enlivened with numerous children’s playgrounds, tranquil gardens, playing fields, salt marshes, and promenades with vistas of ever-changing skylines. An array of sounds—horns of ferry boats, squawks of gulls, barks of dogs socializing in dog runs—fill the air, adding to the vibrant scene. Unique and special to the park, is Jane’s Carousel (Old Dock St., Brooklyn; +1-718-222-2502) a lovingly restored 1922 merry-go-round that encompasses the vintage and modern in an exceptional and enduring manner: 48 finely carved, vividly colored horses, and two lavish chariots housed in a transparent pavilion, designed by French architect Jean Nouvel. Louvered, acrylic panels open and close according to the weather, so that children—and adults—can enjoy Jane’s Carousel, a simple and timeless pleasure, year-round.
Explore The First Elevated Park In The United States
Forget What You Thought You Knew About Irish Pubs
Shop, Italian Style At The New York Outpost Of Milan’s 10 Corso Como
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