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Where to Dine in NYC: Bobby Van's Elegant and Iconic Steakhouse

Updated Nov 7, 2017

Celebrating its 48th Anniversary this 2017, Bobby Van’s Steakhouse has earned its place as a venerable New York institution, thanks in part to a continued commitment to cooking techniques perfected years ago by the  founding fathers of New York steakhouse cuisine. Bobby Van’s has grown from its original home in Bridgehampton, NY, and now includes a repertoire of ten fine restaurants that offer the refined style of a classic New York City steakhouse.

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New York, New York - It's a Steakhouse Kind of Town!

New York, New York - It's a Steakhouse Kind of Town!

Updated Nov 7, 2017

By BILL BOGGS with Jane Rothchild

Millions of visitors come to New York City each year from around the country and the world and flock to renowned attractions like The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The High Line, Lincoln Center, Central Park, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and the famous shopping areas like Fifth Avenue, SoHo, and Madison Avenue. Yet, one kind of historically-linked restaurant also serves as a destination for the many visitors where they rub shoulders with both native New Yorkers and celebrities: THE BEST NEW YORK CITY STEAKHOUSES!

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A Most Memorable Cruise!

A Most Memorable Cruise!

Updated Oct 18, 2017

by Sasha Dimitrijevic

There are very few things, if any, which can outshine the nightlife in NYC. We are surrounded by a variety of spots we would like to be seen at, places to go and mingle, socialize or network and of course there are always those areas we go to, in hopes of meeting someone special. Being in New York, all of these choices are close at hand, convenient and diametrically different.

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Guggenheim: New Art from Greater China

Guggenheim: New Art from Greater China

Updated Jun 7, 2017

Tales of Our Time: Second Exhibition of The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chinese Art Initiative Features Large-Scale Works Commissioned for Guggenheim Collection

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Agnes Martin at the Guggenheim Museum

Agnes Martin at the Guggenheim Museum

Updated Jun 7, 2017

Agnes Martin Exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum

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Top NYC Events for October 2016

Top NYC Events for October 2016

Updated Feb 24, 2017

 Autumn in New York City is always a special time, from the peak of colors in Central Park, to much-anticipated annual events like the Village Halloween Parade, Open House New York, the New York Wine and Food Festival, Carnegie Hall’s Opening Weekend and Halloween at New York Botanical Garden, there is truly something for everyone. The New York Comic Con & Anime Festival, along with the Jazz Foundation of America’s Annual “A Great Night in Harlem” are also happening this month in NYC, so don’t delay and start planning your itinerary today!

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Ring in the New Year in New York City

Ring in the New Year in New York City

Updated Feb 6, 2017

New York City’s Five Boroughs Offer Festive Ways to Welcome 2017 Throughout New Year’s Eve Weekend

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Holiday Shows in New York City

Holiday Shows in New York City

Updated Feb 6, 2017

From “The Nutcracker Ballet” to The Rockettes, the season comes to life each year through live music, classic holiday performances and traditional song. If you plan to visit NYC between now and New Year’s Eve, be sure to add some merriment to your itinerary and take in a few live holiday shows. 

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5 Boroughs of NYC

5 Boroughs of NYC

Updated Feb 6, 2017

One of the first things you’ll notice when you arrive in New York City is that it’s really more like many cities in one. The five boroughs of NYC are perhaps the most noticeable of these divisions and include the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Here is a brief description of each area, along with some links to more information. Happy traveling!

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Top New York City Events December 2016

Top New York City Events December 2016

Updated Feb 6, 2017

The holidays are now in full swing and NYC is brimming with activities for everyone. Whether you hope to take in some of the world’s best Christmas light displays or complete your holiday shopping at one of New York’s popular holiday markets, we have you covered. Or you can opt to escape the seasonal madness and visit “The Rolling Stones Exhibitionism,” a large warehouse-sized exhibit at Industria in the West Village.

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