Metropolitan Museum of Art. In most every artistic field these vast collections are good-to-outstanding--and often superlative. Bar Code. This late-night arcade must be someone's idea of paradise, even if it's not yours. Tanti Baci Caffe. Italian Restaurant
In most every artistic field these vast collections are good-to-outstanding--and often superlative.
This late-night arcade must be someone's idea of paradise, even if it's not yours.
The menu is exciting and tantalizing, the wine list is good. The service unsurpassed.
A fun-to-browse weekend collection of precious (and not so precious) bric-a-brac, furnishings and thrift clothing buys.
Where handcrafted gets cool.
Near the airports; not too far from midtown Manhattan.
History, luxury and possibly the most spacious rooms in the city.
55 Wall St, New York NY
This hipper downtown location still features all the luxury expected of a W hotel.
541 Lexington Ave, New York City NY
Midtown West's best chic, trendy hotel--so far.
356 W 58th StNew York, NY 10019
Built in 1989, this hotel kick-started 42nd Street's transformation.
1605 BroadwayNew York, NY 10019
Recent renovations have made these midtown lodgings positively luxurious.
1568 BroadwayNew York, NY
The oldest cultural institution in New York and one of the oldest in the country.
2 W 77th StNew York, NY
This aircraft carrier boasts a history that can sink just about any other battleship.
The monument was placed in New York and is the resting place of both Grant and his wife. Even today, over 100 years since its dedication in 1897, the tomb is still a much-visited attraction.
122nd St and Riverside Dr New York, NY
America's tallest greeting party welcomes you into her arms.
Battery Park and Liberty State ParkNew York, NY
This 24-hour circus is the public face of New York.
Broadway at 7th AveNew York, NY
Malcolm Forbes's eclectic taste is on display at the gallery he created to house a huge collection of knickknacks: 500 toy boats, 12,000 tin and lead soldiers, and the famous Faberge Easter Egg collection
62 5th Ave
New York, NY
Home to the world's most famous roller coaster, with Coney Island and Brighton Beach a wink away
Once the center of "Satan's Circus," as Manhattan's red-light district was known, Herald Square is perhaps best known today as Macy's front yard, a gritty little oasis at the confluence of the area's three major streets.
BroadwayNew York, NY
The glitzy antithesis of the Village Vanguard gets powerhouse bookings and respects the music.
131 W 3rd StNew York, NY
Uses its converted-factory digs to great effect.
70 N 6th StBrooklyn, NY
Blues Bar/Club B.B.'s sprawling subterranean home to living legends of blues, R&B and more.
243 W 42nd StNew York City, NY
Alternative Rock Bar/Club The downtown depot for black-shoed bohos.
74 Leonard StNew York, NY
Alternative Rock Bar/Club Get the royal treatment at this five-star palace of rock clubs.
6 Delancey StNew York, NY
Arena The "World's Most Famous Arena" is home to the Knicks and Rangers.
Bar/Club Think after-dinner, not double-your-pleasure.
225 E Houston StNew York, NY
Bar/Club Fresh design ripples through a Chelsea spot for gallery goers.
287 10th AveNew York, NY
Offering everything from wontons to snow-frog jelly, this multi-tiered restaurant succeeds on every level.F at East Broadway20 Mott St, New York,
From General Tso's to pig stomach, there's something for everyone at this Mott Street standby. J, M, Z; N, R; 6 at Canal St22 Mott St, New York, NY
This old-school bakery and dim sum parlor is a delicious relic of Chinatown history.
9 Chatham SqNew York, NY
Caribbean, Southern & Soul Restaurant Festive East Village spot's more about hip-hop fetes than quiet tete-a-tetes. 14 Ave ANew York, NY
Cuban, South American Restaurant A bright place for Cuban and South American fare and soul-tingling drinks.
349 West BroadwayNew York, NY
A Cuban winner in the West Village.
39 Downing StNew York, NY
French Restaurant The sheer scale is its most appealing characteristic--and its ultimate undoing.
409 E 59th St, New York NY
This legendary Tribeca spot remains one of the city's most beloved restaurants.
2 Harrison StNew York, NY
French Restaurant This out-of-the-way restaurant on a factory-lined street is an unexpected cause for joy.
38 Dominick StNew York, NY
Italian Restaurant The crown jewel in the Mario Batali aggressive-Italian empire.
110 Waverly PlNew York, NY
Italian, Pizza Restaurant Transcendent pies at a family friendly Brooklyn landmark.
19 Old Fulton StBrooklyn, NY
Italian, Pizza Restaurant Brilliant coal-oven pizza that's more appropriate with Barolo than root beer.
32 Spring StNew York, NY
Italian, Seafood Restaurant Rich Italian food served with a flair for the carnivalesque.
86 W 3rd StNew York, NY
Golf Membership has its privileges, but you can share some of them at this semi-private course--for a price.
1 Long Island AveFarmingdale, NY
Golf There's something very satisfying about hitting golf balls in the general direction of New Jersey.
Pier 59, Chelsea PiersNew York, NY
Golf Meet the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of golf.
870 Shore RdBronx, NY
Shoes, Sporting Goods Retro was never so chic as at this downtown sneaker temple.
158 Rivington StNew York, NY
Accessories, Home Furnishing, Men's Clothes, Shoes, Women's Clothes
The ultimate Soho shopping theme park.
575 BroadwayNew York, NY
Women's Clothes Going where fashion boutiques have never gone before.
829 Ninth AveNew York, NY
Bath & Beauty, Alternative Therapies, Massage Therapies, Hair Salons & Spas, Facial & Body Treatments, Nail & Waxing Services This birthplace of the Bliss phenomenon sets the standard for the modern spa experience.
568 Broadway, 2nd FlNew York, NY
Bath & Beauty, Massage Therapies, Hair Salons & Spas, Facial & Body Treatments, Nail & Waxing Services
The venerable makeup maven reinvents her image with this state-of-the-art store and spa.
135 Spring StNew York, NY
Leads the pack of zoos that house animals in their natural habitats rather than in cages.