From the memorable coffee shops depicted on NYC-based shows like “Friends” and “Seinfeld” to the iconic Greek-inspired coffee cups reading “We are happy to serve you,” the history of New York is virtually inseparable from the history of coffee. These days, coffee culture continues to thrive, as evidenced in the numerous coffee shops throughout Manhattan.
New York is not romantic just in February — the city’s romance endures year-round, thanks to iconic locales such as the grand Metropolitan Museum of Art, postcard-perfect Central Park, and the dazzling engagement-ring department at Tiffany’s (immortalized in countless films and TV series). However, if you’re seeking romance, there is certainly no better time to
Many people think of rooftop bar-hopping as a pastime reserved for warmer months — but in New York City, it’s not unusual for rooftop bars to stay open all year long. Here’s a rundown of 10 NYC rooftop bars where you can sip creative craft cocktails and take in panoramic views, while protected from the
There’s a reason that winter is known as the “most wonderful time of the year” in New York: It’s the only season that brings twinkling lights, festive music, and delightful city-wide holiday celebrations. And although many people assume these things happen mainly before December 31, New Yorkers know that they actually continue all the way
If Santa’s Workshop were a city, it would probably look a lot like NYC in December. Nowhere else in the world is there such a vast selection of holiday markets and pop-ups, including limited-time Christmas- and Hanukkah-themed bars. Here are some of the most popular spots. Union Square Holiday Market The Union Square Holiday Market
There’s a reason — actually, there are many reasons — that the Upper East Side makes lists of NYC’s most livable neighborhoods time and time again. Below, we share what makes this enclave such a great spot for extended stays. It’s Beautiful Some of the city’s loveliest attractions reside between East 59th and 96th Streets.
There are many reasons that New York is an ideal destination for corporate travel: It boasts a vibrant, dynamic energy; it goes through four distinct seasons (so you can plan your visit around the weather you want to experience); and it offers something for everyone, from the foodie to the cinephile to the arts enthusiast.
The holidays are a time to indulge, whether you’re embarking on a Christmas-break getaway or splurging on a new gift for yourself or one of your loved ones. And what better way to indulge than savoring a delicious holiday treat? Here in New York, we’ve got some of the world’s best such delicacies, from Italian
New York has such a vast selection of art, history, and science museums, it can be hard to pick which exhibitions to see first. To help you plan for 2020, we’ve compiled this list of the ten openings we’re most excited about. “Fruits, Vegetables; Fruit and Vegetable Salad” It’s pretty common for chefs to think
New York is a fantastic place to do your holiday shopping, with its wide selection of boutiques, malls, and department stores. It can be a bit daunting to stock up on gifts, however, at a time when so many others are also checking off their friends’ and family members’ Christmas lists. Here are some tips