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Brooklyn Botanic Gardens has incredible architecture, rare plants, flowers, and meticulously cared for gardens. World famous Cherry Blossom Esplanade, Japanese and Rose Gardens are located at this ... más información

Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG) is a botanical garden in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City. Founded in 1910, and located in the Prospect Park neighborhood, the 52-acre (21 ha) garden includes ... más información

In spring, the cherry blossoms are truly the main attraction. You get a nice view from above from the terrace, then you can go frolic in the grass between the rows of cherry trees. There are also s... más información

Recomendado por 1222 anfitriones de la zona

Located in Manhattan, Central Park is the nation's first major urban public space, attracting 25 million visitors every year. Covering 843 acres of land, this magnificent park was designated as a N... más información

Central Park is an urban park in middle-upper Manhattan, within New York City. Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States, with 40 million visitors in 2013. It is also one of ... más información

Central Park is a National Historic Landmark and considered the most visited park in the United States, and for a reason! It is absolutely breathtaking and you can walk around and discover things a... más información

Recomendado por 765 anfitriones de la zona

Some of Bushwick's finest dining- amazing brick oven pizza, fresh breads and locally sourced ingredients. They recently won a Michelin star- foodies love this place. Worth the walk but expect long ... más información

Some of the best pizza and coolest atmosphere in Bushwick. Tons of outdoor space that you can sit at even during cold weather. A fun outdoor covered bar and also an indoor dining area. There is a H... más información

One of the best pizza spots in New York City and the world. They also offer other food items, all of them excellent. It can be a bit of a scene trying to get a table so it's best to go in the middl... más información

Recomendado por 969 anfitriones de la zona

Among other great permanent works and roving exhibitions, the little-known Brooklyn Museum is the permanent home to an important collection of Feminist Art. Don't miss the iconic Dinner Party insta... más información

Beautiful, large museum with a beautiful array of permanent exhibitions (some of my favorite are some incredible paintings); as well as rotating exhibitions (such as a very interesting exhibit dedi... más información

The Brooklyn Museum exhibits collections that seek to embody the rich artistic heritage of world cultures. The museum is well known for its expansive collections of Egyptian and African art, in add... más información

Recomendado por 502 anfitriones de la zona

The pizza is outstanding, and the wine list is well-priced. This is a great neighborhood place, suitable for parents with young kids, couples on a date, business partners at a working lunch, or eve... más información

Great brick oven pizza, salads, appetizers, fish, steak in the best setting - indoors and outdoors! Also they have a great bakery right around the corner, entrance on Halsey Street, where you can g... más información

Hip and happening neighborhood Italian spot with a mix of locals, tourists and adventurous Manhattanites looking for the Bed-Stuy buzz. Wonderful staff, relaxed and slightly ramshackle vibe and tr... más información


Red Rooster

$$$· 310 Malcolm X Boulevard·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

Recomendado por 490 anfitriones de la zona

One of the hottest additions to the Harlem soul food scene, Red Rooster's chef Marcus Samuelsson has created a Harlem dining destination that is both refined and popular. Reservations are essential... más información

Ginny's superclub in the basement of Red Rooster Restaurant is a fun, fun place to dance the night away on a Friday and Saturday night. Start upstairs at Red Rooster's bar and enjoy a great drink a... más información

This is a classic Harlem hot spot, with jazzed-up soul food, with African and Swedish influences (by celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson). It can get crazy busy, but it's worth checking out in some wa... más información

Recomendado por 440 anfitriones de la zona

Famous Aussie spot once owned by Heath Ledger. This place gets super busy during the evenings, and weekends but the food makes it worth the wait. Brunch and dinner are amazing. Another solid option... más información

Amazing brunch formerly owned by Heath Ledger! Recommend trying on a weekday because usually an hour wait on the weekend. The pancakes are soooo good! And the big brekkie is one of my faves.

Recomendado por 362 anfitriones de la zona

Following the runaway success of the Brooklyn Flea market, founders Eric Demby and Jonathan Butler unveiled this food-only Saturday affair—a glutton’s paradise packed with more than 100 vendors haw... más información

​Smorgasburg market happens every Saturday on the Williamsburg waterfront at East River State Park from 10am - 5pm April through November. It's 100 of the most unique food vendors from all over Bro... más información

Smorgasburg one of the most delicious foodie activities you'll ever do in your life! Over 100 local vendors sell their yummy goodness each weekend at the outside market rain or shine 11-6 pm. Satur... más información

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MoMA has been important in developing and collecting modernist art, and is often identified as one of the largest and most influential museums of modern art in the world. MoMA's collection offers a... más información

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has been important in developing and collecting modernist art, and is often identified as the most influential museum of modern art in the world. It is also one of t... más información

The museums in New York are wonderful. Radio City is a landmark and has magnificent shows. New York is a mecca for every type of ethnic foods you could ever want pricing from a few dollars to as mu... más información

Recomendado por 356 anfitriones de la zona

In 127 years, little has changed at Katz's. It remains one of New York's — and the country's — essential Jewish delicatessens. Every inch of the massive Lower East Side space smells intensely of pa... más información

Made famous in the movie "When Harry Met Sally" - the famous Katz's deli is a great place to stop for lunch. Probably some of the best pastrami, hot dogs and knishes in the world.

A tourists & celebrity haunt founded in 1888, Katz's Deli is known internationally for its sandwiches and hot dogs, widely considered among New York's best. When Harry Met Sally was filmed here.

Recomendado por 301 anfitriones de la zona

Grand Central is not only the world's largest (76 acres) and the nation's busiest railway station—nearly 700,000 commuters and subway riders use it daily—but also one of the world's most magnificen... más información

New York City Subway station that is underneath the terminal.Grand Central Terminal is a commuter (and former intercity) railroad terminal at 42nd Street and Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan in NYC.

Grand Central Terminal has a ton of Public Transportation options available including; - 4 Train - 5 Train - 6 Train - 7 Train - S (shuttle) Train - The Long Island Rail Road



$$· 736 Franklin Avenue·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

Recomendado por 297 anfitriones de la zona

Great authentic Mexican food w/ a good vibe, and I don't just say that because I know the owners. He actually /is/ Mexican and she is lovely. Great team! Go for the Mexican corn and guacamole!

This Mexican Place will take you on an immediate flight to Mexico, the Decor is beautiful and the food is amazing. My favorite: torta de chile relleno. Its a Veggie Torta.

Authentic Mexican. Try their empanadas, sangria and tacos. Mon-Thurs happy hour with cheap tacos and sangria.

Recomendado por 474 anfitriones de la zona

If you like food and shopping this is a great place to see. Indoor market w/ food vendors (some shopping too). Great place to grab a snack and walk the Highline. Best coffee from Ninth St Expresso.... más información

If you like food and shopping this is a great place to see. Indoor market w/ food vendors (some shopping too). Great place to grab a snack and walk the Highline. Best coffee from Ninth St Expresso.... más información

If you like food and shopping this is a great place to see. Indoor market w/ food vendors (some shopping too). Great place to grab a snack and walk the Highline. Best coffee from Ninth St Expresso.

Recomendado por 340 anfitriones de la zona

Housed in a historic, refurbished factory on the Brooklyn waterfront, this trendy rooftop bar and French-inspired restaurant has incredible views of the East River and Manhattan's skyline. Delicio... más información

The Wythe Hotel has a wonderful restaurant called the Reynard and a fabulous rooftop bar where many local residents go to wet their whistles whilst listening to good music and enjoying great views.

The rooftop bar at the Wythe Hotel has stunning views of manhattan. The line can be long, so go early or late. Or make a reservation to eat at the restaurant and you can go up without waiting.

Recomendado por 330 anfitriones de la zona

DOUGH Donuts. All you need to know really, plus the line on weekend mornings. Open 6am-9pm, doughnuts made fresh by hand THROUGHOUT the day, filling orders from fans in Tokyo and Dubai, flavors lik... más información

The most awesome doughnuts in NYC! Flavors include Salt Chocolate, Passionfruit, Hibiscus, Lemon Poppy, Glazed, Dulce de Leche. Plus they have Brooklyn Roasted Coffee, The line is long, but worth it!!

A whole store dedicated to donuts. Proof that if you focus on one thing you do it well. The hibiscus donut is the must ... closely followed by the blood orange. In fact, you'll want one of each.

Recomendado por 545 anfitriones de la zona

A personal favorite. Suggested donation means you pay what you would like to, and have access to a sprawling museum complex. Favorite exhibition:The Temple of Dendur. A transported Egyptian temple

Great art AND great view: Temple of Dendur in the Egyptian section overlooking Central Park. Make sure you walk inside the temple! Admission fee: Pay What You Wish always.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, located in New York City, is the largest art museum in the United States, and one of the three largest in the world, with the most significant art collections.

Recomendado por 282 anfitriones de la zona

The word “atmospheric” doesn’t begin to describe Maison Premiere’s lush, straight-out-of-New Orleans backyard. Where better to spend a sultry summer night than seated at a wrought-iron table with l... más información

Certainly one of the top cocktail bars in the city, if not the country. MP is often written up in magazines, blogs, etc. High quality cocktails in an old New Orleans atmosphere. They have an excell... más información

French-Quarter themed with extensive selection of absinthe, spirits, and oysters; best for a full raw bar impressionistic meal experience - oysters, monkfish, razor clam, cod brandade recommended.


Fette Sau

$$· 354 Metropolitan Avenue·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

Recomendado por 278 anfitriones de la zona

Once a trendsetter, now a member of the Williamsburg establishment, Fette Sau serves up a rotating menu of pork and beef ribs that leads some to tag it as the best BBQ in NYC. If you're into BBQ, t... más información

Fette Sau is how Brooklyn does BBQ - dry rubbed smoked meats by the pound with the bbq sauce on the side. Stylishly industrial look and feel with a hip crowd.

Fette Sau is the place to go for BBQ in NYC. It's a very cool environment, great food, and a great craft beer selection. Right in the cool Williamsburg area, only about 30 - 45 minutes from our hou... más información

Recomendado por 266 anfitriones de la zona

Awesome pizza with a tiny backyard and good cocktails. Take out available and their kitchen is open late every night (often until midnight/1am) with two happy hours (a "normal" early happy hour fro... más información

There is an art to pizza...and Barboncino has it down. Delicious cocktails and even tastier pies—this isn't your average pizzeria. Must try the Soppressata picante (with honey)—and get there before... más información

Absolutely amazing. Really cool and laid back, low lighting, candles on every wooden table, a clear view of the wood-burning pizza oven. Best pizza ever! My go to place and winner consistently!

Recomendado por 295 anfitriones de la zona

Besides being a stunning Ivy League campus in Manhattan, nearby you can walk to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine (a massive and stunning interior), Riverside Church (another gorgeous interior w... más información

Columbia University is a private, Ivy League, research university in Upper Manhattan, New York City. It was established in 1754 as King's College by royal charter of George II of Great Britain.

The best time to visit Columbia University is in the afternoon when the sun is shining. People come to hang out on the steps of Low Library and you can get a good feel of how student life goes in N... más información

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2 Blocks away, a great way to escape traffic, get some exercise, and see some iconic bridges, neighborhoods, and unusual sites. If you're up for a long or short bike ride, you can start here and ke... más información

A few steps from Houston St in the East Village, this park runs along the East River. Its perfect for a morning run or bike ride, and even more beautiful at sunset. On summer weekends you'll fin... más información

This park runs along the east side of Manhattan all the way around the tip of the island and up the west side. Take 10th street from Avenue D across the FDR and head south along the East River.

Recomendado por 431 anfitriones de la zona

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (often referred to as "The Guggenheim") is a well-known art museum located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City. It is the permanent home of a renow... más información

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, often referred to as The Guggenheim, is an art museum located at 1071 Fifth Avenue on the corner of East 89th Street in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhatt... más información

An internationally renowned art museum and one of the most significant architectural icons of the 20th century, the Guggenheim Museum in New York is at once a vital cultural center, an educational ... más información

Recomendado por 237 anfitriones de la zona

Proper beer garden setup with two full bars, loads of indoor and outdoor seating, video games near the restrooms, DJs, trivia, open mic and poetry nights in the back bar on occasion and (bonus) the... más información

It's kinda hard to find because the front of it is a burger joint called Dutch Boy Burger. But if you go down the hallway in the back of the restaurant, you'll be greeted by a HUGE bar with video g... más información

Franklin Park is behind Dutch Boy Burger. You can get to Franklin Park through Dutch Boy Burger- the passage in between the two spots has arcade games which is fun- but there’s also a separate entr... más información

Recomendado por 237 anfitriones de la zona

Tucked away beneath the Williamsburg bridge in the increasingly posh South Williamsburg, Marlow & Sons has been pleasing crowds for nearly a decade. The bars back room feels like a saloon and expec... más información

Popular all-day restaurant with a small selection of specialty food products. You can always find oysters, cured meats, and the famous brick chicken on the dinner menu, as well as rustic, market-dr... más información

Tucked away beneath the Williamsburg bridge, Marlow & Sons has been pleasing crowds for nearly a decade. Locally sourced small menu with great service. Get the brick chicken.

Recomendado por 237 anfitriones de la zona

Although a slew of Luger copycats have prospered in the last several years, none have captured the elusive charm of this stucco walled, beer-hall–style eatery, with well-worn wooden floors and tabl... más información

The New York Steakhouse. The Peter Luger porterhouse is the quintessential NYC steakhouse steak. It has spawned a legion of imitators but has yet to be equaled. In fact it probably can't be equale... más información

Hungry carnivores salivate at the thought of steak from Peter Luger. The iconic steak house, located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, just a short trip over the bridge and well worth visiting. It is not... más información

Recomendado por 237 anfitriones de la zona

Best sushi in Bushwick and known to many in NYC. Right off the Morgan L. Dim lights and communal seating. Try the heritage pork betty with duck egg!

My FAVORITE sushi in Brooklyn. Cash-only Japanese venue serving small plates, sushi & many vegetarian options at communal tables.

The best sushi. Delicious and a cool atmosphere, although you can also take out! Recommended: party bomb, heritage pork betty, carrot soup, and momo salad.

Recomendado por 219 anfitriones de la zona

The Brooklyn Brewery in Williamsburg is responsible for the popular Brooklyn Lager that you’ll see in bars throughout New York City and beyond. Brewery tours are offered Saturdays from 1–4pm (every... más información

Iconic Brewery, in the trendy, up and coming Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn. Microbrewery with tastings & tours that offer an inside look at the creation process. Hours: MondayClosed Tuesday... más información

I have heard great things about Brooklyn brewery but I haven't visited the brewery myself. I have taken Anheuser-Busch brewery tour in St. Louis. I will probably take a tour this summer. I heard/re... más información

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This is a new(ish) addition to the neighborhood. Some great acts play concerts here. Bruce Springsteen, Duran Duran, Madonna, Stevie Wonder, Motley Crue, The Who, Arcade Fire, Black Sabbath, Jay Z ... más información

This is the new sports arena and home of the Brooklyn Nets Basketball team! The arena also doubles as a concert hall for large music performances; Recently: Bob Dylan, Madonna, The Who, Ludacris.

Come see the Nets and/or Rangers play, or for a concert (former and current acts include Jay-Z, Barbara Streisand, Janet Jackson, Cirque Du Soleil, WWE, Keith Urban etc.) 5 min train ride on the Q ... más información

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Peaches is nestled in the heart of Stuyvesant heights NYC. When you walk into the dining room you are greeted with a wonderful host who has the biggest smile. The drinks are strong and not watered ... más información

Peaches is a Classic American Restaurant with a nod to the South. Nestled in Stuyvesant Heights, an historic brownstone neighborhood in Brooklyn, Peaches features a contemporary Southern menu in a set

The big brother to Peaches Hothouse, a larger dining area, a full bar, and a separate bar area on the block. Comfort food, a great Po Boy, Catfish sandwich, etc...

Recomendado por 228 anfitriones de la zona

Great atmosphere and authentic English food. Try the crumpets or English breakfast if you make it for brunch! Great spot for English football games (soccer).

Easy going bar and restaurant, has british fare, I've yet to try the British style fry-up breakfast, sometimes has Sports on TV's. Seems to be a mans haven for beers sports and fish and chips.

Nice sort of English-style pub (English owner anyway) with good food. They show pretty much every professional soccer game from all the big leagues here, sometimes opening at odd hours just to do so.