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SoHo

SoHo, New York City, New York State
4
70 reviews

This is the area south of Houston st (pronounced Howston) and if you're a shopoholic then you're in the perfect spot to feed your addiction. SOHO has a great combination of name brands, luxury brands and local boutique shops. This is one of the trendiest spots in the city to shop for art, clothing, shoes, and jewelery. The main area ...

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    West Village

    5
    11 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. ...

  • 2

    Greenwich Village

    4.5
    15 reviews

    The neighborhood where revolutions are born, artists and muses congregate, and every other day is a Neo renaissance fair or parade. I have been blessed to live in this glorious hub for the past 2 years and will always remember the dream-like days of wandering these streets. La vie boheme!

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    Little Italy

    4
    43 reviews

    For Italian food lovers, Little Italy is the stomach's paradise. There's something so perfect about a slice of pizza or sweet gelato on the heavy, crowded streets of this New York corner. It's certainly nothing like the real Italy, but it's a great place to find meats, cheeses, and sweets you can't find anywhere else on main street American cities.

  • 4

    TriBeCa

    4.5
    6 reviews

    I live in the FIDI and work in Tribeca, with my commute being a whopping 15 minute walk across City Hall Park and over to Duane. Tribeca is full of history and character, and is home to everyone from old-timers who have been in their lofts from when the neighborhood had nothing, to Mariah Carey, Questlove, and Kimye. Good food, ...

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    NoHo

    5
    1 review
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    Chinatown

    4
    15 reviews

    Home to the largest enclave of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere, Chinatown reflects supreme authenticity of the Chinese culture imported from the motherland miles away. Vibrant signs, store and restaurant fronts, and displays fill the streets luring locals and tourists to embrace some of China without a passport.

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    Civic Center

    5
    1 review
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    Midtown

    5
    12 reviews

    Exciting, unique city, never to be missed. Photo taken just after a shower, rain water pouring out of the girl's cheek!

  • 10

    Upper East Side

    4
    6 reviews

    Definitely a nice neighborhood to live in! So clean and so close to te Met and Central Park. I wish to live here someday ;)

  • 11

    Chelsea

    4
    12 reviews

    I'm totally biased. I could spend hours wandering around the many art galleries in Chelsea. Seriously one of the best spots for great art! I also love the myriad of large industrial buildings and historical homes. It's a nice architectural mix.

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    Murray Hill (Manhattan)

    3
    3 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.

  • 13

    Financial District

    4
    7 reviews

    I wasn't sure about living in the FIDI, but after a year and a half it is safe to say that I love it! We joke now about needing a passport to go north of Canal Street, since there is so much to do between FIDI and Tribeca. Great restaurants, shops, architecture, and we are close to the Brooklyn Bridge ...

  • 14

    Garment District

    5
    1 review
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    Gramercy

    4.5
    2 reviews

    Spring flowers have sprung in the gramercy area of NYC. This small and quaint area is full of beautiful trees and flowers especially in the spring time. Perfect location to walk around or have a coffee...I highly recommend Irving place for some good cafes!

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    Lincoln Center

    4.5
    6 reviews

    New York's most iconic performance space and a highlight of the city. A wide range of shows in a lovely setting.

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    Williamsburg

    4.5
    20 reviews

    While I love Williamsburg as a whole, the Waterfront is probably my favorite spot. Perfect for laying out, reading and just enjoying the views of Manhattan during the summer, not to mention the great musical acts that come through. It's pretty fantastic.

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    Hell's Kitchen / Clinton

    4
    2 reviews

    Excellent Modern Mexican Cuisine, primarily seafood , but not exclusively and plenty of non seafood to choose from. The tacos here are awesome and better then most you're going to find. The scallops and tuna are top notch. Very good margaritas from basic flavors to some great variations like the smokey spicy one.

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    Downtown Brooklyn

    3.5
    3 reviews

    Undergoing a major transformation. Still hard to recommend as a tourist destination but her edges are softening. Gritty but peppered with a gems and a lot of culture. Hoping she'll retain her character despite the new highrises, soon-to-open Armani Exchange, and the Sephora.

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