Dirt Candy is a popular vegetarian restaurant in Manhattan's Lower East Side that appeals to vegans and omnivores alike. It also has a rather unique strict no tipping policy, as service charges are already included.
Serving authentic Mexican cuisine out of the back of converted VW buses, these hip taquerias are a great place to grab a bite. Order up a few fresh juices, treat yourself to a couple tacos and soak up the atmosphere of this Yucatán-inspired eatery.
Treat yourself to dinner and a film at Nitehawk, an indie movie theatre/restaurant hybrid in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. There’s a specially crafted menu for each film, like Knockout Punch bourbon for the latest Jason Bourne installment.
Beloved by tourists and locals alike, Chelsea Market is a bustling Manhattan fixture with more than thirty unique shops and restaurants. Don’t miss Artists & Fleas, where you can buy direct from New York artists and designers.
Named after the Olympics tradition, Opening Ceremony
No one does Halloween like New Yorkers, so why save it for one day a year? Halloween Adventure is an enormous emporium of all things fancy dress. It’s open all the time and is a great place to browse. Don’t be surprised if you come out in costume.
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Broadway, Central Park, Fifth Avenue - they're all within striking distance of the larger-than-life Riu Plaza New York Times Square.
The Sanctuary Hotel New York does exactly what it says on the tin – it’s a boutique-style retreat nestled in Times Square.
You'll need a month to explore the neighbourhood of Broadway shows and comedy clubs around the Belvedere Hotel.
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