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Welcome, Bienvenue, Wilkommen & Bienvenidos to the Lower East Side of New York (the LES!!). Very Big apartment. Your Very own bedroom. Your Very Own bathroom. Lots more. Hope to see you soon.

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The Living Room 2, guest appearances by Fireplace and Electronics stand

The Living Room 2, guest appearances by Fireplace and Electronics stand

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Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Loft
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 2
Beds: 1
Check In: 1:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM


Security Deposit: $300
Cancellation: Moderate


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Living Room - the Sequel - a similar story, gently re-imagined (aren't they all)

Living Room - the Sequel - a similar story, gently re-imagined (aren't they all)

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135 Reviews

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May 2015
Response from Carol:

Thank you Tongel, We enjoyed having you both around as well.

Thank you for the recommendation regarding the international electrical adapter. Marc has a box with about 7 of them from all his travels, LOL.

May 2015

From Avignon, France · May 2015
Response from Carol:

Nous vous conseillons les gars aussi. Nous aurions aimé vous avez séjourné plus - vous étiez si gentil et gracieux- être bien et rester en contact

May 2015

From Brunswick, Germany · May 2015
Response from Carol:

We feel the same way Silvio and Marie.

We could hang with you both and drink wine.

Thank you again for your lovely gift. It is delicious!!!

May 2015

From Canberra, Australia · May 2015
Response from Carol:


It was our pleasure having you in our home!

May 2015

May 2015
Response from Carol:

Thank you Iris,

We were very happy to have you stay with us as well.

May 2015

From Glasgow, United Kingdom · May 2015
Response from Carol:

and we would happily have you stay again too -- and would look forward to it. You were so nice to be around and we want to hear more stories of you property owning empire

be well you guys and stay in touch

May 2015

April 2015
Response from Carol:

Thank you Katrin and Christoph,

We could not have asked for better guests!!!!! You are welcome back anytime.


Carol and Marc

April 2015

About the Host, Carol

New York, New York, United States
Member since May 2012
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within a few hours

  • Carol
  • Hill & Dale

    very cool new bar -- musical theme -- ask for Billy or Aron and tell them I sent you and they will give you a free drink - Burlesque on Tuesday always worth a look

    Allen Street New York NY 10002
  • Antler

    Wood panels enhances acoustics, turntables serve as decoration, and the taps have volume knobs. Low key with one large table in the narrow front, but you can call ahead to reserve the back room

    Allen Street New York NY 10002
  • Berkli Parc Cafe

    A favorite -- really good service, great food and better vibe -- and it is really local. Go in and say I sent you -- definately score a free coffee

    New York NY 10002
  • Cocoron Soba

    Soba is the star of this diminutive Lower East Side shop, where you’ll find diners eagerly dipping chewy buckwheat noodles into bubbling crocks of chicken-and-bonito broth. cheap as well

    Delancey Street New York NY 10002-2916
  • Russ & Daughters Cafe

    All the classics -- schmear, Loks, and some of the best fish. Classic NY and so so near too.

    Orchard St New York NY 10002
  • Attaboy

    Hidden, Secret, So cool it hurts -- top top shelf drinks and Bar Keeps that ask what you want and do it on the spot -- and they have great beards too

    Eldridge Street New York NY 10002
  • Contra

    The great achievement of Contra is that it’s both highly ambitious and resolutely accessible. Great menu tasting for 55 bucks for 5 courses

    Orchard St New York NY 10002
  • Lower East Side Tenement Museum

    very good intro to the area with some great tours and knowledgeable staff -- see what is on the days you are here

    Orchard Street New York NY 10002
  • Duane Reade

    Local Drugstore -- never get ill and buy wine too

    Delancey Street New York NY 10002
  • Jadis

    Great wine bar - perfect temperature Stella and just watch the guys make the 2 meat and 2 cheese platter. Worth it for that alone

    Rivington St # 1 New York NY 10002-1359
  • Copper and Oak

    The tiniest whisky house in the city - and it is so so copper get the rare stuff or the new Japanese best in the world dram

    Allen St New York NY 10002
  • Vanessa's Dumpling House

    Like Dumplings? -- then get here -- stuff your face for $5 -- and other tourists wont find it so it is cool

    Eldridge St New York New York 10002
  • Casa Mezcal

    Bar-cum-restaurant-cum-art gallery and performing space that shows Mexican culture. Artists, writers, filmmakers, and poets showcase their works , musicians perform nightly. And the food is not bad.

    Orchard Street New York NY 10002
  • Spitzer's Corner

    This gastropub takes beer seriously, the food is great too, especially the truffle mac & cheese. The restaurant has a cool vibe, with attractive hipsters gathered around long communal tables

    Rivington Street New York New York 10002
  • Black Tree

    Great sandwiches -- just got into top 3 places to eat on the LES

    Farm to table it says so expect dirt amongst the great food and drink

    Orchard Street New York NY 10002
  • The Ten Bells

    Superb wine bar - and great chalk boards to pick cheese (though that is on a plate not the board) - named after a pub area that Jack the Ripper killed in London - also a great drinking hole

    Broome Street New York NY 10002-3837
  • Dressing Room Bar & Boutique

    Buy a blouse, add a bourbon. Only in NY, Only on the LES - great bar and weird french films too

    Orchard Street New York NY 10002
  • Cafe Katja

    Excellent Austrian. Order a pretzel with cheese before you dig into a sausage or plate of salmon. JUST WON THE BEST PLACE TO EAT ON THE LES AWARD - Felt that needed all caps. Wear lederhosen

    Orchard Street New York NY 10002-4535
  • Roni-Sue's Chocolates

    great candy -- now on Eldridge -- eat and feel guilty

    Essex Street New York NY 10002
  • Economy Candy

    candy. cheap. look at the name. buy great stuff from the UK and Australia - hob nobs and tim tam slams and all that

    Rivington St New York New York 10002
  • Birds & Bubbles

    It’s a fried chicken spot that also specializes in Champagne. Which, it turns out, is a natural fit for the flavors the crispy bird is bringing to the table. Get the Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner

    Forsyth Street New York NY 10002
  • Fig. 19

    just one flight above Home Sweet Home's entrance. Up to the second floor, a bouncer will greet you at what seems to be an art gallery - through the gallery and you'll find Fig 19. Super cool

    Chrystie Street New York NY 10002
  • Shopsins

    Essex Street Market location is still an experience unlike many others in NYC. Point blindly at the massive menu to order. Try the pancakes or the Nachos. Great food and they will chat u up too

    Essex Street New York NY 10002
  • Essex Street Market

    All going to change to a glass palace in a few years but this is how shopping should be - get a coffee dip a brioche in it and smell the freshness - or at least the freshest in NYC

    Essex St New York New York 10002
  • Tiengarden

    Just got some rave reviews on this place if you are vegan, vegetarian (I think) or have specific food requirements

    Allen St # 1 New York NY 10002-2191
  • Essex

    one of best times to come here is for happy hour, when the restaurant is not crowded and it offers specials like dollar oysters and half-priced drinks.

    Essex Street New York NY 10002
  • Loreley

    Come here for the German Carnival celebration (from Feb. 7-12), when people dress up in costumes, drink themselves silly, and sing German drinking songs in unison while standing on tables.

    Rivington St # A New York NY 10002-1226
  • Arlene's Grocery

    Named for the Puerto Rican bodega it once resided in, Arlene's Grocery is now a dive bar that has live bands and musicians playing nightly. Good music, cheap beers, and a cool crowd make this great

    Stanton Street New York NY 10002-1405
  • Experimental Cocktail Club

    The E.C.C. began in France, then moved to London, and now it's in New York's coolest area

    Chrystie Street New York NY 10002
  • El Rey Coffee Bar & Luncheonette

    In the 15-seat space—featuring communal tables, globe lambs and a multiwood bar—find Vietnamese iced coffee on tap and pastries like plum-and-ginger Danishes and parsnip-and-cajeta toast for breakfast

    Stanton St New York NY 10002
  • Freeman Alley

    Hidden down a small alley off Rivington Street, Freemans is a hipster haven that serves local fresh farm-to-table fare. They also run a men's clothing store (Freemans Sporting Club) and barber shop

    Freeman Alley New York NY 10002
  • Back Room

    Definitely the most prohibition-esque speakeasy I've ever been to. sit near to the fire and feel rogue like and dashing

    Norfolk St New York New York 10002
  • Cocktail Bodega

    Most versatile spot to eat and hang out at. The food is fantastic. Although the portions are relatively small, the prices are low enough to allow you to order four entrees. Pole dancing afterwards

    Chrystie Street New York NY 10002
  • Schiller's Liquor Bar

    Yes well known and on all the pics but pretty good food and very LES - go early on Sunday morning for under sung brunch

    Rivington St New York New York 10002
  • Rockwood Music Hall

    best live music venue in city -- go to stage 1 -- see bands here before you will not be able to afford to

    New York NY 10002
  • Sweet Chick

    The always-strong regulars are on the roster here as well as a few specials, including chicken & "foieffles": fried chicken, duck fat maple syrup, and waffles with foie gras packed INSIDE of them.

    Ludlow St New York NY 10002
  • Palà

    Great great pizza -- and they do Gluten Free stuff too - great service and great (email hidden)bar and see them make it

    Allen Street New York NY 10002
  • New Museum

    different, interesting and you never ever know what awaits -- it is new after all

    Bowery New York NY 10002
  • Pearl & Ash

    For wine, there’s no better place l than Pearl & Ash. Has an artful menu too, which deboned quail wrapped in chicken skin, octopus rolled in spice powder and ice-cream sandwiches for dessert,

    Bowery New York NY 10012
  • The Lobby Bar

    Dirty French - The zip code’s hottest ticket is this Ludlow Hotel bistro blockbuster, from Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick.

    Ludlow St New York NY 10002
  • Sunshine Cinema

    best old school cinema/theatre in the city

    New York NY 10002
  • Cata

    Excellent tapas menu with over twenty varieties of gin flavored the way gin-and-tonic-mad Spaniards like to do these days, with exotic garnishes as anise, basil and fresh mint.

    Bowery New York NY 10002
  • Katz's Delicatessen

    Ok not my cup of tea but it is a landmark and the food is BIG and you HAVE to go just to say you did -- brilliantly dismissive service too

    E Houston St New York New York 10002
  • Doughnut Plant

    Sells doughnuts and should not be allowed -- they make you eat too many Try to score a large square vanilla one -- original and great

    New York NY 10002
  • Cheeky Sandwiches

    Some of the best New Orleans-inspired sandwiches in town. The chicken biscuit, topped with gravy, is unmatched

    Orchard Street New York NY 10002
  • Azul Bistro

    Step inside Azul, and you'll feel like you've been transported to a classic Argentine parrilla. Be a gaucho

    Stanton Street New York NY 10002-1603
  • Paulaner

    The first US outpost of the German giant of beer. Brick, wooden tables and massive steins. What more could you hope for?

    Bowery NY 10002
  • Prosperity Dumpling

    Great dumplings and great prices. Almost a local institution - I am guessing with the money you save you become prosperous

    Eldridge St # 1 New York NY 10002-5229
  • Azasu

    Japanese Street Food. Cheap and very very nice - share plates and drink warm sake -- it is almost Ginza (not really)

    Clinton St New York NY 10002
  • Fatta Cuckoo

    Much-loved “drunch” deal: An entrée and three cocktails are $25. Choose from quirkily named mains and pair with alcohol

    Clinton Street New York NY 10002
  • Boulton & Watt

    This stylish, sprawling gastropub has steampunk design touches, Since drinking is a prime focus here—it's good that there are substantial food items to help soak it up

    Avenue A New York NY 10009
  • Tuck Shop

    Best pies in the city-enuff said

    E 1st St # 1 New York NY 10003-9334
  • Whole Foods Market

    Whole Foods - big, bright, bountiful.

    It is whole and it has food -- shop yourself crazy

    New York NY 10002
  • Café Grumpy

    Very very nice coffee - not sure if this is the best but it is up there

    Essex St New York NY 10011
  • The Fat Radish

    Top notch owned by some Brits -- really good food with some very very nice touches -- packed every night unsurprisingly

    Orchard Street New York NY 10002
  • The Leadbelly Oysters & Liquor

    the lowdown: one of the Best Bars in the city. Best eclectic mix of music you'll hear. Best secret location no one else should know about.

    Orchard Street New York New York 10002
  • Cherche Midi

    New very nice restaurant that is in the same group as Pastis etc etc -- getting great reviews -- where Pulino's used to be

    Bowery New York NY 10012
  • Ivan Ramen

    now open - the hot ticket on the LES at the moment (Ramen wise)

    Clinton St New York NY 10002
  • 2nd Floor on Clinton

    Those drinking at the Clinton Street bar Barramundi wonder why people keep disappearing through a door in the back of the room. They're headed to this cozy second-floor lounge, very classy too

    Clinton Street New York NY 10002
  • Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken

    excellent fried chicken a 65-seat concept restaurant on First Street, you can order individual pieces of breasts, thighs, drumsticks, wings, and mighty wings for just a few dollars each.

    East 1st Street New York New York 10003
  • Culturefix

    Both Cultural pursuits and pleasures like eating and drinking, you can settle the debate within you at Culture Fix. This subterranean bar has craft beer, and also happens to house an art galllery

    Clinton Street New York NY 10002
  • Bacaro

    love this area -- a small piece of NY that time forgot -- really nice -- go downstairs if on a date, upstairs with your mates

    the food is very well done too

    Division Street New York NY 10002
  • Clinton St. Baking Company

    The baked goods - people wait for hours just to try them - especially at brunch. The buttermilk biscuit sandwich and the pancakes topped with blueberries, banana walnut, or chocolate are favorites

    Clinton Street New York NY 10002-1703
  • Estela

    The walk-up space has fifteen Mediterranean-themed items plus assorted salami and snacks and in the grand tradition of tiny bar-restaurants the best seats in the hou(email hidden)bar itself

    East Houston Street New York NY 10012
  • Root & Bone

    This Southern spot from from a couple of Top Chef-ers is charming in all the right ways, and pulls off some amazing fried chicken.

    E 3rd St Manhattan NY 10009
  • 88 E Broadway

    Easier to stumble on Taste of Northern China than to find it. Address is 88 East Broadway, but storefront is around the corner, on Forsyth Street, a 106 above the door. Eat pancakes - lovely and cheap

    E Broadway New York NY 10002
  • Balthazar

    Not only is the iconic Balthazar still trendy, but the kitchen rarely makes a false step. At dinner, the place is perennially packed with rail-thin lookers dressed to the nines. But the bread is great

    Spring Street New York NY 10012-3907
  • Calliope

    Best pancake goes to the great hat-shaped German pancake served weekend mornings and afternoons, with a proper frosting of powdered sugar and a wedge of lemon

    East 4th Street New York NY 10003
  • Housing Works Bookstore Cafe

    Bookstores generally tend to attract thoughtful people, a used bookstore where you can buy a Proust paperback for 50 cents & conversations quickly escalate into heated discussions about all sorts GREA

    Crosby Street New York NY 10012
  • The Cardinal

    Southern fare -- have an empty stomach as portions are big - but food is great and very very reasonable

    East 4th Street New York NY 10009
  • Gato

    The “New Mediterranean” menu is Spanish-inflected, lthough the food has been updated from the old white-tablecloth formula to include a small armada of elegantly casual spreads -- Bobby Flay too

    Lafayette St New York NY 10012
  • Bohemian

    a bit secret -- corner of Great Jones and Bowery ... intimate den of a restaurant behind a Japanese butcher shop behind a blend-in-the-brick graffiti-ed door.

    Great Jones Street New York NY 10012
  • Apothéke

    find the awning that says "Gold Flower" open the door and you'll discover a surprisingly cool and spacious lounge with all manner of apothecary paraphernalia a la Dr. Jekyll's Victorian-era lair.

    Doyers St # 1 New York NY 10038
  • Coal Yard Bar

    The "dive bar" is often talked about, or sought out, yet frequently inauthentic. For all still pining the loss of Mars Bar, here's the real thing.

    1st Ave New York NY 10009
  • Amor y Amargo

    You won't find any mixers, sugars, or juices in this tiny, tile-covered sleeve -- just a bitters/amaro-heavy focus on truly classic, uncorrupted cocktails one of the best in NY

    E 6th St New York New York 10009
  • Cienfuegos

    not here -- go to the bar above here it is called Above Cienfuegos strangely -- ask nicely or they might refuse

    Avenue A New York New York 10009
  • Huertas

    A Basque-inspired restaurant has brought together a team of young up-and-comers: By offering two distinctly different dining experiences within one restaurant these aren't afraid to take chances

    1st Ave New York NY 10003
  • Mighty Quinn's Barbeque

    Started as a stand at Smorgasburg, Brooklyn's phenomenally popular, seasonal food bazaar. Pit master blends barbecue traditions from Texas and the Carolinas. Get messy

    2nd Avenue New York NY 10003
  • Abraço Espresso

    Voted one of the best in the City -- nice place to watch the world go by too

    East 7th Street New York NY 10003
  • Porchetta

    Cute place. Simple menu that focuses on delicious juicy pork! The pork is very tender, melted in the mouth and did not hurt the wallet -- be a pig

    East 7th Street New York NY 10009-6108
  • Blue & Gold Tavern

    A glass of Scotch here is cheaper than a beer at most bars, and, barring weekend nights when it can get pretty packed, its one of the best dives in NYC

    East 7th Street New York NY 10003
  • Sunny & Annies Deli

    Unassuming deli. You past it a hundred times and miss it. The biggest sandwich menu ever. Tell them what you want to have and they'll build it. Great.

    Avenue B New York NY 10009
  • The Bourgeois Pig

    NOW THE WEST SIDE AT 124 MCDOUGALL ST -- YOU CAN STILL BE A PIG HERE The fondue is great, the cocktails are delicious, and the atmosphere is low-key and cool. Gets super busy so get there early.

    E. 7th Street New York NY 10009
  • Jimmy's No. 43

    This subterranean brew house is the unofficial clubhouse for the New York beer community. For a beer education on the cheap, make a habit of attending the $10 Tuesday Tastings

    East 7th Street New York NY 10003-8011
  • Colors Restaurant NYC

    Dishes change seasonally and employ organic, fair-trade ingredients. The extensive wine list focuses on small-scale wineries. The regions represented, of course, span the globe -- new and popular

    Lafayette St New York NY 10003
  • PDT

    work to get here -- well worth it - make a same-day reservation after 3 p.m. Don't know the Name/Number? How do you get there? Go in to Crif Dogs & look around. (Especially at the phone booth.)

    Saint Marks Place New York NY 10003
  • Exchange Alley

    The food is great and the artwork and overall atmosphere... you know that feeling you get when you seems just to fit into a place. Noisy if you want a quiet one but hey this is NY

    East 9th Street New York NY 10009
  • Bobwhite

    Bobwhite has everything - eighteen seats, the Allman Brothers on the sound system, and a choice of sweet iced tea or unsweetened (Bloombergian). And crisp and craggy-crusted fried chicken

    Avenue C New York NY 10009
  • Sake Bar Decibel

    This grungy lair is stocked with almost 100 of Japan’s finest sakes, and manages to come off as seedy-cool without being contrived.

    East 9th Street New York NY 10003-7530
  • Continental

    25 3rd Ave
    Come for the drinks, stay for... the drinks. Because that’s pretty much all this place offers. But with five shots for $10, all day, all night, and $2 drafts, it’s a steal

    3rd Ave New York NY 10003-5502
  • The Third Man

    This candlelit nook captures the intrigue of its film noir namesake, but with friendly bartenders and a date-night crowd standing in for mysterious strangers

    Avenue C New York NY 10009
  • Metropolis Vintage Apparel

    Hand-picked, carefully curated, you can find anything from old Harley tees and leather jackets, to vintage Prince shirts from the '80s. Go here: All killer, no filler- not cheap but hey

    3rd Ave New York NY 10003
  • The Dutch

    a boisterous new Soho restaurant, the Dutch, for a refresher course in new cool, the house “white boy” pork ribs come with a very un-Dutch mix of hoisin sauce and scallions

    Sullivan Street New York NY 10012-3043
  • Hearth

    They do a killer brunch that's under the radar. It's a cool, mellow brunch, they're just very creative. You can keep going back and keep having different things

    East 12th Street New York NY 10009
  • East 12th Osteria

    Try the Red Angus, tender, juicy slices and with more generous spoonfuls of bone marrow

    1st Avenue New York NY 10003
  • Northern Spy Food Co.

    A must go -- funky and different in layout and feel. But the food is well planned, beautifully presented and tastes great - these guys love their food, so will you

    New York NY 10009
  • Charlie Bird

    The place at he moment, mobbed since it opened, early last summer, the dishes that work best are the old classics, like the fat, milk-fed veal chop, garnished with wedges of lemon. Great wine too

    King Street New York NY 10012
  • Booker and Dax at momofuku ssäm

    At this tech-forward cocktail joint, housed in the former Momofuku Milk Bar space glasses are chilled with a pour of liquid nitrogen and winter warmers are scorched with a Red Hot Poker

    2nd Avenue New York NY 10003
  • 124 Old Rabbit Club

    beer lover’s secret bar. Macdougall st - black-hued entrance down a set of metal stairs with a "124" stenciled above the doorway - bunny spray-painted near the entrance - ring the buzzer - and go in

    MacDougal Street New York NY 10012
  • The Roost

    At this subway-tiled café-bar, a sliding door in back gives way to a wood-paneled beer speakeasy—because of course it does—featuring tufted leather sofas, free Wi-Fi and a 16-draft lineup.

    Avenue B New York NY 10009
  • Strand

    Books. Every o0ne that there has ever been. OK maybe half. And half the price too

    Broadway New York New York 10003
  • David's Bagels

    David's has fun with their bagels. whitefish, lettuce/ham/onion, lox and cream cheese, scallion cream cheese, or even a toasted bagel with butter. Best in the EV

    1st Ave New York NY 10003
  • American Cut

    Sleek space, 21-day wet-aged and 28-day dry-aged cuts of beef. Meat yes yes yes BUT ... go for the Cracker Jack sundae, which is made with a strangely addictive substance called “popcorn ice cream”.

    Greenwich Street New York NY 10013
  • Hudson Clearwater

    excellent but you have to find it first - on Morton Street look for an steel door leading into a courtyard - once inside the courtyard, the restaurant is up a small set of metal stairs

    Hudson Street New York NY 10014
  • Decoy

    First of all, this place is an underground Peking duck restaurant, which is just cool. Second, it’s also delicious. Located just below its sibling restaurant Red Farm, it can actually be a tight fit,

    Hudson St New York NY 10014
  • The Raines Law Room

    laid out like a Prohibition-era apartment. When you find the address, you might think it’s a private residence. Reservations are only accepted on Sunday, Monday and Tuesdays

    W 17th St New York New York 10011
  • Eataly Restaurants

    “I wouldn’t call this a real restaurant, It’s more like a circus, with lots of food.” you must go

    Fifth ave New York NY 10010
  • Birreria - Italian roof top beer garden

    Perched atop the Eataly megaplex, this rooftop restaurant and brewery is an oasis of calm and only-in-Manhattan cool. Open and bright even in winter months thanks to the retractable glassed-in roof.

    New York NY 10010
  • Hog Pit NYC

    There is something beautiful about drinking a 40 oz. of Colt 45 in a bar . The Hog Pit is nothing special but the beer is cheap

    West 26th Street New York NY 10010
  • The NoMad Hotel

    Have the Chicken - expensive , BUT almost an art form -- a must have --this is a great hotel with great bars

    Broadway New York NY 10001
  • The Breslin

    meat-obsessed younger sibling of the Spotted Pig. Lodged in the new Ace Hotel and outfitted like a vintage British pub - Lamb Burger With fries -- OMG!

    West 29th Street New York NY 10001-4502
  • Quality Italian

    The menu has a startlingly tender, bone-in Tomahawk rib chop for the expense-account price of $42 and a delicious flap of veal Parmesan for two that is so large the waiters serve it like pizza

    West 57th Street New York NY 10019
  • Whole Foods Market

    A cozy bar where you'd least expect it—yes, in a grocery store. On Tap offers up 100s of beers and a solid line-up of BBQ fare. Plus, there is also free popcorn, big screen TVs and cool

    Columbus Circle New York NY 10019
  • Brooklyn Museum

    Unlike many of Manhattan's museums, which tend to be stuffy and full of old people, the Brooklyn Museum stands out in its ability to keep its finger on what's relevant right now.

    Brooklyn NY 11238-6099
  • The Frick Collection

    best museum in the city - go and be in awe - Holbeins portrait of Sir Thomas More - jaw dropping

    Just see what money buys - stunning

    New York NY 10021

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