Taking a Circle Line Cruise out of Pier 83? Hang around Hell’s Kitchen before or after your cruise, or both! One of the most energetic neighborhoods in Manhattan, it is best known for its bustling restaurant scene and nightlife. If you’re in the area, here are the go to spots.
While there’s no replacement for seeing New York in real life, scrolling through social media can give you some NYC vibes without actually leaving your couch. From photos of exquisite food to insane conversations overheard on the streets, Instagram and Twitter can give you a real glance of the city experience. Check out these accounts to see what we mean.
You may think of New York City as one of the most expensive cities in the world, but a trip to NYC doesn’t have to break the bank. A little research and patience can save you a lot of money. Here are some tips on doing NYC on a budget.
Where to eat, and how much it will be while traveling in New York
You can ask 10 different people on the street of NYC and (if they don’t ignore you) they’ll each give you different options on where to eat while you’re in the city. Every day, new restaurants open and close as the demanding NYC restaurant scene only allows the best of the best to stay, and forces others to shut down. If you only have a day, a few days, or just the night to pick a place to go, what do you do? Do you rely on apps like Yelp, or prefer to go by recommendations? We could write novels of the best places in New York City and why, but we’re going to keep it short and sweet. We’ve done the dirty work for you and have chosen a list of noteworthy dining options sure to make your mouth water. Scaled from pricey (and we mean NYC pricey) - $$$$, to super budget friendly - $, Your next problem is going to be picking one! (You can totally go to more than one, though…we won’t tell). Good luck!