The holidays in NYC have been chronicled in countless movies, but living the magic yourself is a whole new experience. While many empty out of the city for Thanksgiving, like transplants who return home, the locals stay behind. From the spectacle of the world’s most famous parade to an array of outdoor events that will make the city feel like a world all your own, here’s how to do Thanksgiving like a real New Yorker.
Workdays are hard, which makes evenings when you can sneak away early all the more special. Here are the best NYC happy hours in Midtown Manhattan.
Walk down most streets in Manhattan and you’ll find that most restaurants make themselves known with massive signage and lights. But some of the city’s best places to eat are harder to find. Whether it’s in the basement of an unassuming building or up an unmarked flight of stairs, these hidden restaurants in NYC give you the best possible taste of insider New York.
New Yorkers love their coffee, but there are plenty of spots for NYC tea in the afternoon. Whether you’re looking for something classic, fancy or laidback, Hotel 48LEX has you covered.
With new restaurants opening throughout the year, it’s easy to forget the tried-and-true classics that have stood the test of time—some for more than a century! Here are the best restaurants in NYC near Hotel 48LEX that will never go out of style.
New York City is one of the culinary capitals of the world, with renowned chefs constantly pushing the envelope and creating of-the-moment dishes. Yet few of those dishes have stood the test of time quite like a certain cut of beef. From the storied to the new, here are five of Manhattan’s can’t miss steakhouses.
Skip the chains like Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts. When in Manhattan, seek out the best coffee in NYC from these popular coffee shops.