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Wednesday 25 May, 2016

Central Park Visitors’ Guide

Step off the pavement and enjoy the deep, verdant scenery of Central Park this summer. The park, open to the public for 159 years, has 843 acres of rolling hills, calming lakes and open fields. It’s one of the city’s best spots for summer...

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Wednesday 18 May, 2016

5 Things to Do in Times Square This Summer

This summer, embrace the rising temperatures and chill out in Times Square. From fun outdoor events to delicious food, here’s our list of things to do in Times Square during the summer months. June 6: Taste of Times Square Stretching along 46th Street between...

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Friday 13 May, 2016

How to Spend a Day at NYC’s Met Museum

Each May, celebrities take over the Metropolitan Museum for Anna Wintour’s Met Gala, a fundraiser for the museum’s Costume Institute. The black-tie extravaganza is one of the most exclusive events in New York, but it signals the opening of something less exclusive, the institute’s...

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Monday 2 May, 2016

Row NYC’s Guide to Memorial Day Weekend in NYC

Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer, and it’s one of the best times in New York to get out and enjoy the warm weather. From remembering the men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces to visiting local beaches,...

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Friday 29 Apr, 2016

Exceptional Mexican Restaurants in NYC

Commonly mistaken for Mexico’s Independence Day, Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s unlikely 1862 victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla. Today, we’re celebrating another unlikely victory—the development of a thriving Mexican food scene in Manhattan. Here are the best Mexican...

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Friday 22 Apr, 2016

10 Beautiful Midtown Landmarks Beyond the Empire State Building

From the iconic to the unfamiliar, New York City’s landmarks are a major reason people travel the world to see the Big Apple. And while many people associate Midtown with characterless office blocks, the neighborhood has dozens of architectural landmarks. Here are our Midtown...

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Friday 15 Apr, 2016

The Greatest Times Square Film Scenes

The Tribeca Film Festival is back, screening new films from up-and-coming directors as well established movie makers. The annual festival, a staple in the New York City cultural calendar, has become a celebration of all things New York as much as of films. Here,...

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Tuesday 12 Apr, 2016

The Best Breakfast in Midtown

If you’re exploring a city as high energy as New York, you’ll need all the sustenance you can get—no one wants to be in the company of someone who is “hangry.” While staying at Row NYC, start your day off right with some of...

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Sunday 3 Apr, 2016

Which NYC Sightseeing Tour is Right for You?

With five boroughs, 789 bridges and tunnels, and 469 subway stations serving 24 subway lines, New York can be overwhelming to first-time visitors. One popular way to get the lay of the land is with a tour. But again, the options are endless. Take...

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Thursday 24 Mar, 2016

The Perfect Easter Sunday in NYC

March brings warmer temperatures and longer, brighter days. There’s no better time to get outside and explore the city. Here’s how to have the perfect Easter Sunday in New York. Brighten your day with Easter flowers. Lilies, daisies and tulips—all are synonymous with spring in...

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