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Where To Have A Leisurely Lunch In Lower Manhattan

Lower Manhattan is New York City's choice neighborhood for the quick lunch spot — there are plenty of places to grab a salad or sandwich to take...

A Pixar-Themed Mini-Golf Course Is Coming To Lower Manhattan

We’re going to have to start calling that robot BALL-E! A miniature golf course featuring beloved Pixar characters from “Toy Story,” “Finding...

Alamo Drafthouse To Open In Lower Manhattan With 14-Screen Theater

Alamo Drafthouse is coming to Lower Manhattan! This fall, the Austin-born dine-in theater will expand from its Brooklyn location with an outpost at...

Now Is A Great Time For New Yorkers To Visit The Statue Of Liberty

As New Yorkers, there are so many things that we mean to do and visit, but never get around to doing. The Statue of Liberty is one of those things....

Wind Down On Wednesdays With Half-Off Bottles At The Tuck Room

If you’re in need of a mid-week boost, The Tuck Room at Fulton Market has you covered. They’re offering a pretty sweet “Wine Down Wednesdays”...

Work Out With A View At These Free Pier 17 Fitness Classes

If you’re looking for more opportunities to get outside and break a sweat now that summer’s here (and more than half of New Yorkers are fully...

The Rooftop At Pier 17’s Summer/Fall Concert Lineup Includes Jason Mraz, Yacht Rock Revue, Simple Plan And New Found Glory

Live music is coming back, and you can add the Rooftop at Pier 17 to the shortlist of venues where you can catch big acts performing outdoors this...

Five Satisfying Ways Taim Will Fill Your Summer Lunch Needs

Taim means “tasty” in Hebrew, but in Lower Manhattan it’s also shorthand for “affordable, satisfying lunch.” The beloved local chain that...

China Institute’s Food & Ideas Festival Is A Delicious Way To Learn More About Chinese Cuisine

The Food & Ideas Festival from the China Institute wants to take you on a tour of the country through food, at a time when learning more about...

Visiting The Performing Arts Center Site With Explorer In Chief Josh Katz

Explorer In Chief Josh Katz was fortunate enough to join Leslie Koch, president of the new Ronald O. Perelman Performing Arts Center, on a hard-hat...