I really like this neighborhood. It has a good mix of shopping, restaurants and businesses. I've been quite luckily that my company's NYC office is in this area!
Neighborhoods near Flatiron District
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- 2New York City, New York State, USA11 reviews
Ah, the West Village, the perfect neighborhood in Manhattan. Strangely angled streets, serendipitous coffee shops and rustic restaurants, filled with artisanal stores and neighborly maintained gardens. It is the area of top-knotch shopping, dining and celebrity dwelling. The ambiance of the West Village is of higher intelligence, of culture, creativity and friendship. People come here for quality finds and experiences. ...
- 3New York City, New York State, USA12 reviews
Mercados de las pulgas.....comercio....
- 4New York City, New York State, USA15 reviews
Greenwich Village is awesome. It's filled with cafes, restaurants, clothing boutiques, and other cute little shops aligned along tree lined paths. When I think of the song "Autumn in New York," I think of the Greenwich Village due to its scenic urban landscape.
- 5New York City, New York State, USA3 reviews
One of the least interesting neighborhoods in the city. The Indian food here is good but there is little reason for tourists to visit. The atmosphere is suburban / middle American. A relatively convenient base with less expensive housing but offering very little of cultural interest.
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- 7New York City, New York State, USA2 reviews
Home sweet home
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- 11New York City, New York State, USA12 reviews
Although it has many of Manhattan's signature monuments and is home to the theater district, Midtown's charm is overpowered by suits and concrete. See the monuments, grab a show, and go to the big name department stores but save your stomach and liver for the rest of the city.
- 12New York City, New York State, USA6 reviews
Manhattan's least interesting and most conservative neighborhood. Head here for the park, museums, or maybe a visit to a classic hotel.. and then head back below 23rd street to the creative center of the city. The Manhattan of movies is well past its prime.
- 13New York City, New York State, USA43 reviews
The Little Italy from reality is quite different from the Little Italy of old movies. The area is quite small nowadays and feels like it is disappearing fast.
- 14New York City, New York State, USA4 reviews
Best Neighborhood in Manhattan! It has everything -- great restaurants, delis, bars. Tree-lined sidewalks, kid friendly space with people strolling about. Lots to do if you are a tourist but it does not feel touristy.
- 15New York City, New York State, USA56 reviews
Central Park is a must see in New York City. If you're looking to leave the hustle and bustle, come here. I visited New York for the very first time a couple weeks ago, and Central Park was by far my favourite stop. There's a spot you can rent bikes or kayaks and I definitely recommend doing this - you ...
- 16New York City, New York State, USA6 reviews
TriBeCa is based in lower Manhattan. Despite the overpriced and overrated restaurants, the cobblestone streets, scenic buildings, and location near the dock make it a worthwhile visit.
- 17New York City, New York State, USA6 reviews
Lincoln Center is the where art and fashion meet. If you are interested in seeing Opera,Ballet or the Symphony this is where you will come. If you're a Fashionista then Fashion Week (held in February and September) is where you will need to be.
- 18New York City, New York State, USA15 reviews
Great food. Amazing culture.
- 19Brooklyn, New York State, USA21 reviews
That Williamsburg is such a hip place shouldn't surprise me as it's the birthplace of the hipster. Friendly people, hip cafes, pretty clothes and a nice park make this area something straight out of a fancy-clothing-brand postcard.
- 20New York City, New York State, USA2 reviews
I love Hell's Kitchen. It doesn't have great architecture and it is a bit too close to Times Square for comfort, but you have to love the affordable dining, cozy bars, and proximity to Central Park. This is the place to eat before or after a show. 9th Ave is full of great food options and they are reasonable.