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One of the most well-known cities in the world, New York City is full of attractions. From world-class fine dining to world-renowned Broadway performances, many people travel to come to experience the throes of New York City’s hustle and bustle. Over eight million people live in New York City, and more than eight hundred languages are spoken, topping the city as the most linguistically diverse city globally. The impressive diversity widens the culture, art, and expression of those that call NYC their home—and for any who choose to travel to it. As the “city that never sleeps,” there are plenty…

Central Park in the fall is the most magical time to visit. If you catch the changing leaves at the right time, you are in for a treat. We head to New York City the most in the fall. The air is crisp and cool, I get out our comfy sweaters and boots, and the city has the best cozy cafes to enjoy a hot meal and drink. But the best part of fall in NYC? Central Park. Pin It! When we come to New York City in the in the fall, we can spend a whole day in Central…

New York City is home to loads and loads of restaurants, diners, cafes, and bars, each carrying its own “tagline” aesthetic or signature dish. But, some NYC themed restaurants are fun and uniquely quirky. Restaurants like the Beetle House—catering and inspired by the Tim Burton movies—have taken the world by storm with their exceptional thematic design and welcoming atmosphere. And that’s not all! There are more NYC-themed restaurants waiting to be explored, each boasting its decadent dishes, memorabilia, and thematic target that inspires all who step through their doors. Take a look at the 12 best-themed restaurants in New York…

There’s something thrilling about being at the top of a towering skyscraper, surrounded by nothing but sky and city. At Edge NYC, you can experience one of the most impressive New York City observation decks 100+ floors above the city streets. The Edge NYC is a 7500-square-foot outdoor observation deck that sits atop one of Manhattan’s tallest buildings, offering breathtaking 360-degree views, 1131 feet in the air. But that’s not all. This New York City observation deck also boasts a glass floor and angled glass walls, so you can see firsthand just how high up you are. Trust us. It’s…

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