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    • 1.
      9.8
      59th St to 110th St (5th Ave to Central Park West), New York
      Park
      • Marina B.

        Marina B. • September 13, 2015Take at least one whole day to fully explore this beautiful and huge park with no rush. During the summer, this is the best place in the city.

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    • 2.
      9.7
      Main St (Plymouth St), Brooklyn
      Park
      • qwertney

        qwertney • June 12, 2013This has got to be my favorite park in New York. With views of the Williamsburg, Manhattan, and Brooklyn bridges, free wifi, ice cream, lobster rolls, a ferry, and a carousel what more could you want?

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    • 3.
      9.7
      1633 Broadway (at Paramount Plz), New York
      Gym / Fitness
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    • 4.
      9.7
      E 42nd St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York
      Park
      • Simone F.

        Simone F. • September 24, 2013Loved the feel of this park. Come to play a chess match, a game of table tennis or pull up a chair to people watch. A wonderful park!

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    • 5.
      9.7
      1000 5th Ave (btwn E 80th & E 84th St), New York
      Art Museum$$$$View Prices
      • Stacy S.

        Stacy S. • February 21, 2015You probably need two days (or lots of dedication and an early start) to see the Met in its entirety. Go in and grab a map to make your game plan ahead of time if you can. I loved the American wing!

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    • 6.
      9.7
      1231 5th Ave (at 105th St), New York
      Garden
      • Paige C.

        Paige C. • April 30, 2016Gorgeous oasis in the middle of Central Park! Dog friendly! Beautiful flowers and plants. Best of all? Free!

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    • 7.
      9.7
      btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St (btwn 10th & 12th Ave), New York
      Park
      • Jay G.

        Jay G. • October 24, 2016Really peaceful during early mornings, perfect for jogs. And sunsets are glorious. Walking the entire distance gives gorgeous views of the city.

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    • 8.
      9.6
      88 Franklin St (at Church St), New York
      Spa$$$$
      • Megan J.

        Megan J. • October 26, 2013This is one of the greatest things I've done in NY. The salt water bath is heaven to float in, and my massage (by Cedric) was one of the best I've ever had. Came late on a Friday night (9-11), perfect

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    • 9.
      9.6
      West St (btwn Battery Pl & W 59th St), New York
      Park
      • Farid C.

        Farid C. • March 25, 2010Great park to walk at night. More gards than people but amazing and relaxing view of the river.

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    • 10.
      9.6
      West Side Highway (btwn Battery Park & W 72nd St), New York
      Track
      • Mindie A.

        Mindie A. • August 31, 2012Becoming my favorite running path in city. I love the view; and perfectly architected path for runners and bikers.

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    • 11.
      9.6
      425 Lafayette St (btwn Astor Pl & E 4th St), New York
      Theater
      • Ken C.

        Ken C. • April 22, 2016Excellent views from almost any seat. The facility is wonderful!

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    • 12.
      9.6
      1515 Broadway (at W 45th St), New York
      Theater$$$$
      • Berlin M.

        Berlin M. • February 24, 2014This was my first time to a broadway play. It was such an amazing experience. The music, lights action, the entire performance was an amazing experience. I recommended a must watch.

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    • 13.
      9.6
      474 48th Ave (at Center Blvd), Queens
      Park
      • [Princess]

        [Princess] • September 29, 2014This park is a winner. Absolutely gorgeous view of the city skyline. Just an outstanding and lovely place to be. You will be in awe and amazed.

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    • 14.
      9.6
      W 4th St (btwn MacDougal St & University Pl), New York
      Park
      • New York Habitat

        New York Habitat • August 27, 2012Great park to relax! It has a huge fountain towards the entrance: great for kids to play in or to dip your feet in :-) The arch is also a beautiful sight, resembling the Arc de Triomphe in Paris!

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    • 15.
      9.6
      828 Broadway (at E 12th St), New York
      Bookstore$$$$View Products
      • Paola T.

        Paola T. • September 17, 2015New releases, old books you won't find anywhere else at a good price. It's a calm and friendly environment and the staff is very helpful. If you love books this is the place to buy them.

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    • 16.
      9.6
      14 E 51st St (at 5th Ave), New York
      Church
      • montserrat h.

        montserrat h. • December 4, 2014Beautiful architecture, I never imagine found the Virgen de Guadalupe there... I enjoy the cathedral!

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    • 17.
      9.6
      70 Lincoln Center Plz (btwn Columbus & 10th Ave), New York
      Performing ArtsView Prices
      • Ivy L.

        Ivy L. • April 22, 2013In the summer time, grab some gelato from a nearby vendor and walk around the plaza. Be sure to snap a photo at the fountain and walk around to experience the finest cultural center in NYC.

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    • 18.
      9.6
      Riverside Dr (btwn W 59th St. & St. Clair Pl.), New York
      Park
      • Roger S.

        Roger S. • August 10, 2014This park has everything. Biking and jogging along the river, kayaking in it, great sunsets, sunbathing, picnicking.

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    • 19.
      9.6
      537 W 20th St (at 11th Ave), New York
      Art Gallery
      • Noah W.

        Noah W. • September 28, 2015Always great exhibits. Lots of cool installation art and sculptures.

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    • 20.
      9.6
      254 Bleecker St (at Cornelia St), New York
      Cheese Shop$$$$View Products
      • K

        K • January 27, 2016A must do if you're visiting. Grilled cheese sandwiches, cheese to go, great kitchen gifts, chocolate. They have such a variety.

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    • 21.
      9.6
      150 W 65th St (at Amsterdam Ave.), New York
      Theater
      • Josh W.

        Josh W. • January 25, 2010Love this theatre. Most recently: "Coast of Utopia" marathon + "South Pacific." Even Loge has great views - but avoid the far-left + far-right Orch seats. Locker coatchecks in Loge: Bring quarters!

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    • 22.
      9.6
      303 E 43rd Street, Lower Level (2nd Ave.), New York
      Martial Arts
      • Marisol M.

        Marisol M. • January 28, 2016I found ILKB through a groupon deal.During my first session I was immediately hooked.The classes are AMAZING I look forward to going to class. I love the staff! Everyone is funny and very unique

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    • 23.
      9.6
      1 Union Sq W (btwn 15th & 17th St), New York
      Farmer's Market$$$$View Products
      • Dante S.

        Dante S. • July 3, 2013The apple cider here is very delicious. Also, the fruits and vegetables you can get here is great. Anything fresh that you want, you can find here.

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    • 24.
      9.6
      515 Malcolm X Blvd (at W 135th St.), New York
      Library
      • Akiko B.

        Akiko B. • September 13, 2014The depth of history here and access to less publicized black history knowledge is amazing. There is often access to great events with well-respected thinkers and trendsetters.

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    • 25.
      9.6
      30 Rockefeller Plz (btwn 5th & 6th Ave), New York
      Scenic Lookout
      • Ashley 🎀

        Ashley 🎀 • August 26, 2014Make sure to order tickets online so you don't have to wait in line. AND make sure to get a time right before sunset for better pics and stay for night time viewing! Way better than Empire State view.

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    • 26.
      9.6
      70 Lincoln Center Plz (at Columbus Ave & 64th St), New York
      Opera House
      • Tako M. K.

        Tako M. K. • May 25, 2013Brilliant! Xiomara Reyes and Herman Cornejo make Excellent partners! Happy 10th anniversary at ABT... And decorations - amazing and breathtaking! The best way to spend rainy and chili Friday evening!

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    • 27.
      9.6
      Lincoln Center Plaza (at W 63rd St & Columbus Ave), New York
      Theater
      • Rozanne E.

        Rozanne E. • December 29, 2016Beautiful theatre. Acoustics are amazing and any seat in the house is a good one. So don't worry if your budget is tight.

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    • 28.
      9.6
      Brooklyn Bridge, New York
      Bridge
      • Natalie W.

        Natalie W. • July 6My recommendation is to walk from the Manhattan side to the Brooklyn side and then ear at Grimaldis Pizza on the BK side and enjoy Brooklyn Bridge Park. So pretty!

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    • 29.
      9.6
      Broadway & Madison Ave, New York
      ParkView Prices
      • Justin M.

        Justin M. • July 19Beautiful park, plenty of seating, really nice in the evenings. Shake shack always has a line, but it's worth the wait

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    • 30.
      9.6
      399 Lafayette St (at E 4th St), New York
      Wine ShopView Products
      • Edward F.

        Edward F. • June 1, 2013Superb selection of wines and spirits from every region. Free tastings Th-Sat, a diverse roster of wine/spirits classes + Great staff make this my fave store!

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