By utilizing the resources of America's premier newspaper, The New York Times Guide is now widely recognized as the most complete and reliable source of information on what to see and do in New York City. Sightseeing: Writers who live and work here tell you what you need to know about all of New York's legendary landmarks, as well as how to get around this great city--from walking tours of famous neighborhoods to hailing a cap or taking the subways. Plus plenty of maps. Restaurants: The most respected reviewers in town--William Grimes and Eric Asimov--tell you where to find the city's best restaurants as they guide you through more than 350 of them, from four-star temples of food to great inexpensive neighborhood eateries. Hotels: Detailed reviews of more than 100 hotels in every price range, including options in every Manhattan neighborhood and the best airport options. No other guide can match this coverage. Shopping: More than 40 pages of information on stores, boutiques and markets, with a special feature on tracking down bargains all over town. There's even an insider's guide to finding antiques. Theater, Art and Music: Broadway! Lincoln Center! Carnegie Hall! Top Times critics--Ben Brantley on theater, Michael Kimmelman on art, Anna Kisselgoff on dance, and Bernard Holland and Anthony Tommasini on music--tell you all you need to know about New York's rich cultural life. Plus Grace Glueck helps you locate the most important art galleries. Nightlife: Want to find a cozy little bar for a nightcap? Looking for a romantic evening of cabaret or a rowdy night of dancing? You'll find descriptions of hundreds of bars and clubs throughout the city, from elegant hotel haunts to the deepest dives. New York for Children: Laurel Graeber of the Times explores great places for kids--and there are many more than you think. The Neighborhoods: Find out what's going on in Manhattan--Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island, too--as well as which restaurants are your best bets in each borough.Apartment 48 takes The Apartment concept (above) one step further, expanding the design spectrum from antique to sleek a and cozying it up substantially in the process. Subway: F, L, N, Q, R, V, W, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St. Awentura 463 Amsterdam Ave. ... This stunning Upper West Sider is two stores in one: One side is stocked with eye-catching art glass from the best Italian ... Create the perfect Hamptons- modern look at designer- to-the-stars Richard Mishaana#39;s home design showcase.
|Title||:||The New York Times Guide to New York City 2005|
|Author||:||New York Times Guides|
|Publisher||:||New York Times Books - 2004-12-01|