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Known for its booming art scene, great dining and outdoor attractions, this west-side community truly offers something to suit most any desire. From avant garde exhibits to sweet treats, here are our top picks for spending the day in one of Manhattan's most vibrant ‘hoods.
Have you ever been so invested in a TV show that you almost feel like you're living vicariously through the characters? Now, with our help, you can actually live the lives of your favorite TV characters, minus the on-cue laughter. Skip the cliché $40 bus tour and visit these of-the-moment TV film locations instead. Click through to see Cafe Grumpy, the coffee shop from Girls, and McGee's, the bar that inspired MacLaren's in How I Met Your Mother.
Sometimes you and a friend just want to sit down and grab a cup of coffee, but it can be hard to choose an "in" spot to do so. Of course you have your "to-go" coffee shops but sometimes you need a spot to sit down and catch up with an old friend without having them think that your idea of a chic cafe is Dunkin' Donuts. With all of the cafe options in the city, choosing just one can be overwhelming which is why we've narrowed your search down to five trendy spots to go for coffee. More»
Winter is right around the corner, so it's about that time you trade in your iced-lattes for something piping hot. Whether you're getting in some last-minute holiday shopping on the UES, or having a lazy Sunday in Billyburg, here are some of the best coffee shops NYC has to offer for a quick pick-me-up in the chilly days ahead.
I get asked for recommendations for where to go in NYC on a weekly basis, esp from friends visiting from out of town. And, I figured, if I was going to put the time into producing a "guide to NYC" for friends and family, I may as well get some GofG mileage out of it. Note, this guide is not, by any means meant to be an "expert" one. Rather it's a "from the top of my head" list of places that I like to hit up broken down by categories. Today, we'll start with Breakfast... More»
Saturday, May 25
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.