Sunday, 16 June 2019

Things to Do in New York - Area Code

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Things to do this in New York 

In NYC, there are fun things to do around every corner—from the must-see tourist attractions to the local gems. Consider these the best in New York City.

It’s home to some of the world’s most reknown restaurants, hotels, museums, boutiques, and bars. The ever evolving, New York is a different city every time you visit. Yesterday’s hot spot is today’s eye roll.

Grand Central

From seeing world-famous art at The Met, to people watching in Central Park or eating pizza in Brooklyn, this list will have you falling in love with New York. 


Eat like a true New Yorker

Market New York located inside Empire Stores in DUMBO, Brooklyn. The perfect central hub for all foodies to visit and chow down on fluffy pancakes from the venerable Clinton Street Baking Co., thin-crust pizza from Patsy Grimaldi’s Juliana’s, Middle Eastern bites from Miss Ada, fried chicken from Jacob’s Pickles, Japanese comfort food from Bessou, cookie dough scoops from DŌ 
Exude a grown-up feel by checking out this next venue, situated next door to their larger café. The Butcher’s Daughter Juice Bar is a tiny storefront wrapped in sprawling succulents. The menu has elixir of eternal youth with juices, shots, and smoothies jammed full of super-foods. Baked goods are also available, made on site, and they serve coffee if you’re looking for a more caffeinated fix.

Laura Wearing Chloe top in Times Square

Visit the Empire State Building

New York skyline is constantly changing, in the hustle and bustle, here are some of the best places to view Manhattan; observation deck is astounding. Or head to the top of the Rock or the Waterfront Promenade in Williamsburg to see the Empire State Building, as it gleams above city spires like a crown jewel. Book Empire State Building tickets ahead of time to skip the line. Time Square is also another must see! 

Go shopping at some of the most Iconic department stores, Bloomingdale or Barneys, take in the city finest letting the sleepless city do the rest. But if your looking to source some sustainable fashion, Amour Vert, Coclico, Kaight; small independent boutiques and brands located in Brooklyn a big part of the slow fashion movement.

Go to See a Broadway Show

There are dozens and dozens of Broadway and Off-Broadway musicals and plays to name here. See what’s playing when you are in town.

NYC's first dine-in, drink-up movie theater. This Williamsburg favorite screens new indie releases and has a robust retro program. Each individual theater has full-service meals,plus there's the downstairs bar that stays open late. Nitehawk's calendar is jam packed with for multi-course movie-themed dinners, big-deal Q&As and rare screenings, keep your eyes peeled for great showings 

Visit the Museum of Modern 

The Museum of Modern Art owns only three paintings by Vincent van Gogh, but they include its biggest crowd-pleaser: “The Starry Night,” which the Dutchman completed in 1889, the museum offers free admission on a Friday afternoon.

Additionally, there are numerous museums to peruse, when they will accept donations from the grateful public, including the Guggenheim Museum, and the National Museum of the American Indian. 

                                                                                     Central Park

One of the world’s most renowned green spaces, Central Park comprises 843 acres of rolling meadows, boulder-studded outcroppings, elm-lined walkways, manicured European-style gardens, a lake and reservoir. Pick a spot to relax with your friends in the summer or stroll with a loved one

Sincerely Madia & Matilda

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