Follow Macy's ( https://foursquare.com/macys ) and check in at any of Macy's Parade events, including balloon inflation, celeb rehearsals and of course, the Parade itself! Read more.
Olympic Stadium, the centerpiece of Olympic Park, is the site of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. Read more.
If you’ve spent the day at the Olympic stadium and feel you’ve got a cool enough look to fit in then head to one of east London’s trendiest bars. Read more.
You could look inside this place and think it’s been around for a century, but in fact it only opened as a restaurant in 2003. Breakfasts here are a firm favorite among London’s movers and shakers. Read more.
Not especially near an Olympic venue, but worth the journey for a special lunch or dinner. Outstanding modern European food in a relaxed setting. Read more.
Mexican market eating in London, near the Olympic Park. Here’s the closest you'll get to American style Mexican food, and it’s delicious and quick. It also caters well to gluten intolerant folks. Read more.
Jump off the Overground line at Rotherhithe for a pint and some food at one of London’s best pubs. It takes its name from the ship that took the Pilgrim Fathers to New England in 1620. Read more.
This pub is a favoured hang out of civil servants, journalists and politicians. Keep your ears open for huddles in the corner discussing the latest political gossip. Read more.
Head down the stairs, take a seat and lose track of time in the dark candle lit cellar. If cheese and wine is your thing then you’ll love Gordon’s. Read more.
Centrally located on Figueroa, featuring 20-foot ceilings, indoor and outdoor seating, and a menu with something for everyone, Soleto has your date night, happy hour and power lunch covered. Read more.
The Lufthansa Tower Lounge provides a great view over the airfield. Find all Lufthansa Lounges on foursquare at http://foursquare.com/lufthansa/list/lufthansa-lounges Read more.
Once infamous, the park is now “a handsome place, with flower beds, pétanque games, a lending library, a carousel, thousands of portable chairs, theatrical performances, and many other inducements." Read more.
Architect Daniel Libeskind’s plan strikes “a careful balance between commemorating the lives lost and reëstablishing the life of the site itself.” Read more.
When Radio City first opened in 1932, it was the world’s largest enclosed theatre. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. once remarked to a New Yorker reporter, “Don’t you think that it’s a lovely room?” Read more.
A peacock once escaped from the zoo and settled into the fifth-floor ledge of an Upper East Side building, capturing the attention of kids, cops, tourists, and Rupert Murdoch. Read more.
President Obama talks with patrons during a stop at Lechonera El Barrio. Read more.
Don’t be deterred by the kitchen’s unusual pairings: “This is food that’s meant to challenge you, which is presumably why the kitchen presents it as art.” Indeed, art that you're guaranteed to devour. Read more.