Stay at Yotel at 10th avenue & 42nd street.
The way New York is meant to be.
The best part of Manhattan
If you love food the way I do, please do yourself a favor and visit this place lined with countless restaurants and bars.
Love it, live it, like it. The best neighborhood to live in Manhattan! Especially if you are part of the LGBT community.
The best neighborhood in NYC.
A classic, nice neighborhood
This crossit rock. Dropped is on a Saturday while visit NY.very welcoming almoshere.
Windy windy windy windy
This area is beautiful for date ideas
The late US Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan always talked about how he was from Hell's Kitchen. Fact: he only rented a small apartment for one semester while studying for a Phd at Columbia.
Great Place, lovely restaurants, good food, nice neighbourhood, enlightment to the loudness en tourists at Times Square
Some claim the name came because it was a tough neighborhood. While it was working class, it was always fairly stable-despite the brief Westies era. Long closed brick kilns gave it the name.
"The rough-and-tumble days on the West Side figure prominently in Damon Runyon's stories. ... The area has long been a home to actors learning and practicing their craft." Wikipedia
Get your fruits and veggies at Stiles Farmers' Market on 52nd bw 8 & 9. Prices are way lower than at local supermarkets. Remember they close at 6:30 pm M to F.
One of the best manhattan neighborhoods for drinks and food at a great price!
Home sweet home :)
Best neighborhood in NYC!
Tipsters mustn't live here or get the 'hood, borders, vibe & peeps. The train yards N to 42nd is still gritty as it is west of 9th. BridgeTunnel+tourists keep near the safe 9th ave catwalk. It's HK.
the best neighborhood to live in NY
Birthplace of Daredevil and Nick Fury.
Calling it Clinton is like calling 6th ave, avenue of the americas.
THE best neighborhood in NYC.
Check out La Silhouette
Chelsea has been dethroned as the queen of gay New York by this neighborhood north of 42nd Street and west of 8th Avenue. Guppies, yuppies, tourists and the occasional freaks populate this nabe.
The best neighborhood in the city after living in Chelsea for years... Live on the river at 42nd street - the attached pic is from our rooftop clubhouse
Where all the yum yums are at
Proposed here. She hesitated. You got angry--1st reason she said no. She said no. Started ranting about how much the ring cost--2nd reason she said no. Deserve for the answer to be yes, try again.
I am at an Italian restaraunt called pietrasanta - good recommend. 9th and 47 w.
Lots of little gems hidden in this neighborhood. Food, wine, pubs & clubs. But also parks, gardens, the coolest flea market and more!
Keep an eye out for Dare Devil on the rooftops.
When you least expepct it, you'll run into Beyonce at Hampton Deli.
This is a quick walk from the Marriott Marquis. It's a great way to get some fresh air and take a break from the fried fare of Times' Square.
the heat is on hell in there...............
My 'hood too!!!!
Perusing the furniture stores on the West Side – like the charming Housing Works Thrift Shop and eccentric Delphinium – is a must-do on a beautiful day in NYC.
Welcome to my hood, the lengendary Hell Kitchen. Great spots to eat, dance, lounges, near everything, Broadway. The Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, the only Latino Off-Broadway Theatre.
This is my Hood!
The most amazing restaurants are in Hells Kitchen! Don't Believe us check it out yourself!
Welcome to the neighborhood that I and tens of thousands of other fun-loving, eclectic New Yorkers call home -- not just a place to eat and drink. Enjoy!
Been looking for Gordon Ramsey and he's nowhere to be found
Truly the fruitiest block in Hell's Kitchen. Vlada, Therapy, Industry, Posh, and some place called Flavor! Taste the Rainbow!
The hosts are amazingly friendly.