New York City Guide
New York covers 12,000 square acres of land, has more than 8 million residents and hosts more than ... read more »
Planning and implementing your New York City travel to and from the hectic ... read more »
If you’re unclear about how New York is laid out, don’t worry: Many residents of the ... read more »
Yellow taxis are about as symbolic of New York as the Statue of Liberty, and if you’re in ... read more »
New York City has a fantastic public transportation system, run by the Metropolitan Transit ... read more »
With the combination of bad traffic and public transit that isn’t always door-to-door, many ... read more »
You can drive your car around New York City; whether you’ll want to is another story. If you ... read more »
Bike riding in New York City draws many to the streets en masse for its ... read more »
New York is an expensive place to live, and it can be an even more expensive place to visit unless ... read more »
An apartment search in New York City can be a hassle, but the sites below can help ... read more »
The city that never sleeps, or the city that always eats? Although New ... read more »
Why come to New York if you plan to stay in your room all day? Since ... read more »
We all know how to get to Carnegie Hall: Practice, practice, practice. ... read more »
Not only is New York City the backdrop for some of the greatest movies ... read more »
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They call New York “the city that never sleeps,” and it’s not because everyone is lying in bed counting sheep. The New York City nightlife is notorious for some of the country’s most famous bars and clubs, as well as a cascade of local dive bars. Use the sites below to get the lay of the New York City nightlife land or search for specific spots.
- If safety is a concern for you, visit the NYPD page of NYC.gov for information about new “best practices” for a safer nightlife.
- Depending on what sort of nightlife you’re interested in, you might find more useful information in the “New York City Art Museums and Galleries” section of this guide.
- New York is expensive. You might find yourself paying $10 for a drink at a so-called dive bar and more than $20 at a place that’s considered trendy. But don’t despair; the sites below also direct you to a $2 beer.
For all of the sophistication and culture available in New York City, ... read more »
If New York only conjures up images of models in stilettos and ... read more »