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Steak at Peter Luger

Secrets of Peter Luger

Any restaurant that has survived more than a century has a lot of tales to tell, and at the circa 1887 Peter Luger, history seeps from the walls, beer steins and antique wooden tabletops. Originally opened in Williamsburg as a restaurant/pool hall/bowling alley Read More

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Ponchiki at Duet Brasserie (Photo: Duet Brasserie)

Ponchiki at Duet Brasserie

It’s too cold to stand in line for Cronuts. So have ponchiki ($14) instead. These traditional little Russian donuts were likely the inspiration for Munchkins. At Duet, a lushly creamy dulce de leche not only fills the quintet of rounds, it adds a Read More

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The Rink at Rockefeller Center (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

10 Top Ice Skating Rinks in New York City

There’s no better wintry thrill in New York City than gliding around on one of the city’s ice rinks. And there are a surprising number of great options around the city. There are classic rinks like Rockefeller Center and Central Park’s Read More

Living in New York»

EXPLORE NEW YORK


Top 5 Events at NYC Beer Week

Brooklyn Brewery (Photo: Langille/Flickr CC)

Bring on the beer. The New York City Brewers Guild’s 7th Annual New York City Beer Week (through March 1), is hosting events, parties, tastings and more across the city. Read More »


Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Join the ‘New York Spring Spectacular’

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler (Photo: Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal via Getty Images)

Funny women Tina Fey and Amy Poehler have joined the growing list of notable New Yorkers involved in the New York Spring Spectacular. The SNL alums Read More »


Take This Class: Beginning Crocheting

A class at Lion Brand Yarn Studio (Photo: Lion Brand Yarn Studio)

As the winter rages on, we can’t help but crave cozy scarves, hats and mittens to help keep us warm. For that and more, head to Lion Brand Yarn Studio in Union Square to learn how to crochet, the historic art of making fabrics from yarn and loops. Read More »

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NEW YORK REAL ESTATE


The 8 Most Expensive Neighborhoods in New York City

The Flatiron building is flanked by desirable living spaces and restaurants (Photo: Kevin Loria/CUNY Journalism Photo)

It’s hard to shock a New Yorker with dollar signs — after all, NYC has among the priciest real estate in the world. We decided to investigate, so we turned to PropertyShark. Theycrunched the numbers, Read More »


8 Questions You Didn’t Know You Had to Ask Your Broker

8 Questions You Didn’t Know You Had to Ask Your Broker (Illustration: Mary-Louise Price Foss)

Finding a great apartment is hard. Finding a great apartment in New York City can often seem close to impossible. Read More »

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NEW YORK JOBS


Trust but Verify at the Office

Trust by Verify (Photo: iStockphoto)

The biggest challenge of managing others is learning how to relinquish control. Most professionals will agree that in order to maximize your own productivity Read More »


How Long Does a Thank You Note Need to Be?

How Long Should a Thank You Note Be? (Photo: iStockphoto)

I received this question this week, and thought this might help some readers currently in the midst of a job search or interview process Read More »

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Visiting New York»

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    Top 8 New Jersey Hotels with Easy Access to Manhattan

    Visitors to New York — overlook New Jersey at your own risk. The state has all of the hallmarks of an ideal base for exploring New York City Read More »

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    Tickets Now on Sale for ‘Gigi’ with Vanessa Hudgens on Broadway

    Vanessa Hudgens stars in 'Gigi' (Photo: Joan Marcus)

    Tickets are now on sale to see Vanessa Hudgens make her Broadway debut in Gigi. Read More »


    Catamount: A Perfect Winter Getaway from NYC

    Norman Rockwell Museum (Photo: Norman Rockwell Museum)

    Everyone loves a fun ski trip, but sometimes you needa break from the slopes. The good news is that many New Yorkski resorts are oftenlocated in areas that are jam-packed with plenty of other activities Read More »


    8 Eye-Opening Night Tours of the City that Never Sleeps

    Take an after-dark tour in NYC (Photo: Mat Szwajkos)

    There’s good reason that New York City is called the “city that never sleeps.” Read More »

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    NEW YORK RESTAURANTS


    5 Top New Mexican Restaurants in NYC

    Tacos al Pastor at Empellon al Pastor (Photo: Daniel Krieger)

    For the record: New Yorkers are tired of hearing how much better the Mexican food is in LA or Chicago or the entire state of Texas. Read More »


    The 8 Most Delicious Deli Sandwiches in NYC

    Katz's pastrami on rye (Photo: Owlpacino/Flickr CC)

    New Yorkers didn’t invent the deli, though you would think that we had, what with the pride in which we proffer — and consume — deli sandwiches. Like much of the city’s best foods, the Europeans brought the deli concept to NYC. Read More »

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    Editor's Picks

    ‘Wolf Hall’ will be presented on Broadway in two parts (Photo: Johan Persson)

    The 17 Most Anticipated Broadway Shows for Spring 2015

    The lineup is especially tantalizing this year -- get ready for everything from 'Doctor Zhivago' to Shakespeare to a roaring new play by Larry David

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    Rockefeller Center Ice Skating Rink

    How to Celebrate Winter in NYC

    New York is always hot, no matter how cold it gets outside

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    Everything New York

    Planes, Trains & Automobiles

    Rendering of lobby in Terminal 4 of JFK Airport (Photo: Delta)

    The Resurgence of NYC’s Airports and Transport Hubs

    A foodie theme park in Newark Airport. Upscale shopping at Penn Station. A Nordic food hall inside Grand Central. Things are looking up for New York’s transport hubs,

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    Cool Job Q&A

    Homepolish Co-Founder Will Nathan (Photo: Claire Esparros)

    Homepolish Co-Founder Will Nathan on How He Started a Company That Could Revolutionize Interior Design

    A few years ago, Will Nathan quit his job as an investment banker, sold everything he owned and moved from San Francisco to New York.

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    Street Smart

    The Open Loop bus cruises through the Flatiron District, giving a great view of the Empire State Building (Photo: Open Loop Tours)

    5 Essential Stops on an Open Loop Tour

    New Yorkers are masters of time management — after all, daily survival in this city (and catching the subway during rush hour) depends on it. With some inside knowledge, you can follow in their footsteps.

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