Living in New York for a Month

Visiting the Big Apple for a few weeks is a great way to get acquainted with the top sights, like the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, the High Line, Lincoln Center, and the Brooklyn Bridge — but for a truly memorable stay, nothing beats a full month in the city. Just as New York is

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Fall-Themed Drinks Around NYC

Autumn in New York is a magical time of year, between the brisk weather, the changing leaves in Central Park, and the exciting Halloween festivities in the West Village. It’s also a perfect time to sample one of the city’s many delicious drinks, especially those that incorporate seasonal ingredients. We’ve identified the spots serving the

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Top 5 Fall Events in NYC

If you’re planning a September, October, or November visit to New York, you’ll find no shortage of fun events to attend, many of them easily accessible from Sutton Court’s East 57th Street address. From lectures to screenings to fashion shows, there’s something for everyone during fall in NYC. Here are five of the best festivals

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Things to Do in September in NYC

September is a lovely time to visit Manhattan. The temperatures cool to a mild sixty-five or seventy degrees; numerous holidays and events take place; the neighborhoods around Columbia, NYU, and other local universities gently ease back to life, as college students return from their summer vacations; and it’s the start of Lincoln Center’s ballet and

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Coolest Rooftop Bars to Check Out in NYC

Gaping at Manhattan’s spectacular skyline never gets old, and you don’t have to cross the Hudson or East River for a million-dollar skyline view. Ascend to one of these panoramic rooftop cocktail lounges and take in sweeping vistas from the heart of the city itself. PH-D Terrace at Dream Downtown This sought-after roof terrace puts

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The Best Art Museums in Manhattan

From John Singer Sargent to Andy Warhol, and J.P. Morgan to Peggy Guggenheim, artists and art collectors have been flocking to New York since the late 18th century — and today, Manhattan more than lives up to its reputation as an international art hub. Hit one of the below museums to check out the best

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A Local’s Guide to Manhattan Shopping

Whether you’ve admired Carrie Bradshaw’s chic ensembles on Sex and the City; listened to Old Blue Eyes crooning about his “vagabond shoes” in New York, New York; or watched Breakfast at Tiffany’s Holly Golightly nibbling a Danish while clad in head-to-toe Givenchy, you’ve probably come to associate Manhattan with its very stylish residents (real or

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