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Our insider guide to a few of our favorite things in New York


Kappo Masa

Discreetly located under the Gagosian Gallery on Madison Ave and fittingly lined with original artwork, their menu features modern takes on traditional Japanese cuisine.

Mercer Kitchen

Soho's own Jean-Georges restaurant, located at the Mercer Hotel. The industrial chic vibes are complemented by the modern, innovative menu with seasonal ingredients.

Russ and Daughters

This East Village institution has been recognized for over 100 years as the home of the best bagels and lox, babka and bialys. Go and experience a true New York tradition.


A beloved fixture of Tribeca serving delectable dishes, late night bites and a reliable brunch.

Joe's Pizza

The best rated slice in Manhattan. That's all you need to know.

Blue Ribbon Sushi

Fresh ingredients and an award-winning sake list - an upscale sushi experience that can't be rivaled.


A bustling neighborhood French bistro between Fifth and Madison on the corner of 62nd with European style and outdoor seating.

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Metropolitan Opera

This breathtaking opera company has stunned audiences and attracted the most talented artists from around the world since 1883.

Museum of Natural History

With over 34 million specimens and 2 million square feet of exhibits, you can visit this museum a hundred times and still have more to see!

Shubert Theatre

The interior of this famous theater is adorned with theatrical painted panels and is named for Sam Shubert who started the organization 122 years ago. The original apartments of the Shubert brothers are still on the roof!


Frank Lloyd-Wright designed museum exhibiting modern and contemporary paintings and sculpture.

The Winter Garden

Just up the street from Times Square is this historic Theatre - it was once a barn (and still retains its original shape). If a show flopped, critics would say it stunk so bad you could smell the original stalls!

Shakespeare In the Park

Always free and always entertaining, these large scale productions of Shakespeare's classic works take place in New York's iconic Central Park.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The largest art museum in the Western Hemisphere with over 2 million works. Stroll through breathtaking courtyards and wander past trickling fountains as you enjoy innovative, rotating exhibits and your favorite classics like the Tiffany windows.

Richard Rodgers Theatre

This theatre has house 11 Tony Award-winning Best Plays and Best Musicals, more than any other Broadway theatre! It is known for its sloped, stadium seating and was the first to implement "democratic seating" where all patrons enter through the same entrance - regardless of their seat placement.

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Central Park

843 acres of lawns, gardens, attractions, activities, concerts, tours and of course, The Central Park Zoo. There is always more to see in Central Park - even if you've walked through it thousands of times.

Chelsea Piers

Soccer, golf, skating and bowling on the Hudson River with a marina offering tours, cruises and fine dining.

Little Island

A 2.4 acre Hudson River manmade park with playgrounds and waterside amphitheater, accessed by entrancing paths that will entertain the whole family.

The Highline

A sky high park, built on a historic rail line with gardens, unique views of the city, art and delicious food.

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Bergdorf Goodman

Sister stores on either side of Fifth Ave sporting designer clothes in an elegant setting with superior service.

Westfield World Trade Center

NYC's largest shopping mall, an underground experience with 2 stories and over 125 retailers.

Fivestory New York

Curated luxury store featuring essential and emerging designers and stunning home decor inside a quintessential New York townhouse. The second floor showcases vintage and one-of-a-kind pieces.

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