Day 7 Woodbury Common Factory Outlets We provide you with the transportation to get there and then you have the free time to do as you wish. You can walk to the beginning york Brooklyn Bridge from Chinatown. If you have time and energy, walk across the entire Brooklyn Bridge. Many people come to Brooklyn Bridge Park for wedding photos since you get the view of Manhattan skyline and you can sort of see the Statue of Liberty too. Sunset or golden hour is the best time to go to Brooklyn Bridge Nights.
This pizzeria is about a 20 min new from Brooklyn Bridge Park. Brooklyn is one of the most trendy and days areas in New York City. It used to be much cheaper to live in Brooklyn but now rent prices have gone up significantly in parts of Brooklyn and some people even moved back to Manhattan.
Williamsburg is perhaps one of the most popular areas in Brooklyn for young and artsy people. In the summer time there is an outdoor food market called Smorgasburg by the gay old man tube in Williamsburg where you can get different food from over 30 vendors like BBQ, ice cream, drinks, Asian street food, sandwiches, etc.
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Another trendy area in Brooklyn is Bushwick, known for its murals collection. Traditionally an Italian neighborhood, Dyker Heights is famous for its crazy Christmas decorations on million dollar mansions. You will be dazzled by all the lights and think you are in a Christmas movie. Go at night obviously when the lights are on, expect crowds on the weekend. Dyker Heights is a bit of a hike to get to from Manhattan. There is also no bathrooms around so be prepared!
BBG has a promenade lined by cherry blossom trees so it really is amazing to visit during that time of the year.
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Check the official website for the bloom update. I highly recommend that you go really early when they first open or go during the weekday.
Similar to Sleep No More, the audience follows characters around the entire gay men sex positions. Unlike Sleep No More, Then She Fell has max of 15 audience per show and you are guided to follow certain people around and there is only one round. I liked both shows but Then She Fell is definitely more intimate. There are a lot of good restaurants in Brooklyn, here are some of my favorite: Di Fara : Amazing pizza deep in Brooklyn.
Very casual place, has a lot of seating Smorgasburg : food market, lots of variety, check website for hours and location since it changed depends on the season Okonomi : Amazing set Japanese brunch which turns into a ramen shop after brunch time St.
Anselm : good but cheap steakhouse. Usually long wait but there is a bar next door Win Son : trendy Taiwanese restaurant Lilia : great Italian spot in Williamsburg Peter Luger : perhaps the most famous steakhouse in NYC, reservation required especially for dinner and weekends.
Technically in Manhattan, Roosevelt Island is a small island off Manhattan that offers great views of the Manhattan skyline. You can either take the F train or a cable car there.
The cable car is actually an experience itself since you will be crossing the East River from above. During the spring months there is usually a lot of cherry blossom on Roosevelt Island. There are a lot of restaurants and shops near Gantry Plaza Park after you get off the subway. James baldwin civil rights activist park itself is located in a rather residential area.
Astoria is an area in Queens by the water not too far from Long Island City. Known for its Greek influence, you can find some is the best Greek food in Astoria. My favorite restaurant is Taverna Kyclades there is an East Village location also but even at 5pm there is a long wait already.
There are also a lot of trends spots and the Museum of Moving Image in Astoria. A transportation hub, Jackson Heights is a multi-cultural neighborhood in Queens. Did I mention that food is generally cheaper in Queens? Flushing is pretty much the Chinatown and Korean Town of Queens. Conveniently located off the 7 Train, you can find the most authentic Chinese food in Flushing Especially Sichuan and Northern Chinese food. If you are a baseball fan then come to City Fields for a Mets baseball game in Flushing.
If you are a tennis fan then you can potentially watch the US Open in the stadium in Flushing early September if you can get tickets.
From what I remember tickets are not very expensive for first rounds and it is quite fun to walk around from court to court. Central Park area is more quiet but has access to 1 or 2 subway lines. This is close to Eataly and Shake Shack if that helps to make your decision. If you like food then Lower East Side is the area for you to stay.
Walking distance to great food and Chinatown, LES has it all. However subway is a bit more limited but there are tons of buses. Drinks are meh but the view is amazing. Financial District has gotten more popular in recent years as more office buildings have been converted to apartments.
Cheaper than mid town Manhattan, Financial District is a great option to explore lower Manhattan as well as the Statue of Liberty.
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