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The most suburban of the five boroughs, Staten Island is often neglected as a tourist destination. Take a ride from Manhattan on the Staten Island Ferry and get some of the best views of New York City for free, then stick around and see what Staten Island has to offer. Check out the Himalayan monastery-style Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, or visit Historic Richmond Town for a recreation of colonial New York. The beautiful Hamilton Park neighborhood was the setting for "The Godfather."
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- By ThrillistThe Best Sandwich Shops in NYCTraditional, gussied-up, deconstructed or reinvented: you know a sandwich when you see one. The perennial school lunch staple, picnic provision, DIY treat and restaurant feat is essentially something smushed between two slices of bread, but it’s oh so much more. The simplicity of the form is carte blanche for creativity, and since New York City is teeming with people simultaneously hungry for innovation and nostalgic for the classics, we have sandwich shops slinging a massive range of interpretations. Our best local sandwich purveyors come correct and honor the foundation of the category. That doesn’t mean they’re simply slapping baloney and cheese on white, nor does it mean they even specialize in sandwiches, per se. It means that they’re straightforward while considering each sandwich element to serve you a thoughtful construction. Each location has a great bang for the buck, serves a satisfying meal even outside of lunchtime, and has a story to tell with layers of bread, meat, cheese, and veggies. We’ve avoided any delicacies with deep ties to civic or regional pride, e.g., spiedies, pork rolls, Cubans, po' boys, muffalettas, beef on wecks, croque madame/monsieur, Philly cheese steaks, lobster rolls, and BBQ anything. Burgers, of course, have no place here, and it doesn’t matter what anyone says: hot dogs don’t count. Hot and cold, meaty, cheesy, fresh, crisp, and bold, these are the best sandwiches in New York City. https://www.thrillist.com/eat/new-york/best-sandwiches-nyc14 items
- By ThrillistThe NYC Bars You Need to Drink in Before You DieNew York is rife with bars of all kinds -- walk a few blocks and you’ll run into a grungy dive, a pricey cocktail spot, or a crowded neighborhood favorite. Having so many different options means picking one can be a daunting task, which is why we’ve made things easy for you by rounding up the bars you absolutely need to drink in before you die (or leave New York, whichever comes first).47 items
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