Everything Else in New York

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348 local Airbnb hosts recommend

The Wythe Hotel has a wonderful restaurant called the Reynard and a fabulous rooftop bar where many local residents go to wet their whistles whilst listening to good music and enjoying great views.

First-time visitors should beeline to the rooftop bar, The Ides, for a drink at sunset. The views are incredible! Then head downstairs to the hotel restaurant, Reynard, for supper.

Housed in a historic, refurbished factory on the Brooklyn waterfront, this trendy rooftop bar and French-inspired restaurant has incredible views of the East River and Manhattan's skyline. Delicio... read more

87 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Buy tickets to broadway shows from here. You must go there as early as possible to purchase tickets to a lot of the broadway shows for the same day 40-50% discounted tickets

If you have to go to Times Square, go here to get discounted broadway tickets. You can sometimes see a really popular show by getting Rush Tickets. You may have to wait in a long line, so it is bes... read more

This is the place to go for discount Broadway tickets. And if they don't have your tickets there, it's just a short walk to every Broadway theatre's box office. Tickets are only sold for that day... read more

71 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Of all the rooftop bars in NYC, this one still has the best rooftop views in my opinion. The empire state is right in front of you in all its glory. Best to come during the weeknights.

Weekends this is a nightclub during the week it's just a chill lounge type of place! Absolutely STUNNING rooftop bar, overlooking the Empire state building! Take the N or the R to 28th st. :)

A one of a kind duplex rooftop bar/lounge. Located on 5th ave & 26 street. Admission is free! Views from the top floor of the entire city and the captivating Empire state building. Rooftop is open ... read more

70 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Amazin huge outdoor free swimming pool, open 11-3 and 4-7 from end of June to 7 September. Don't forget to bring a locker lock (think they sell them there too) and flip flops!

Located within the 35-acre McCarren Park, McCarren Pool was one of eleven pools opened by Robert Moses in 1936. The pool closed in 1984 and sat unused until the summer of 2005, when the empty pool ... read more

No, we don't have a pool, but there is a giant public pool—once the city's largest—just a block and a half from the house. Follow the teenagers with towels around their necks, or just walk up Lorim... read more

226 local Airbnb hosts recommend

The Cathedral Church of St John the Divine has been open in NYC since the late 1800s. The architecture is amazing and a must see when in NYC. Duke Ellington's Second Sacred Concert was performed he... read more

132 local Airbnb hosts recommend

The Bronx Zoo is located in the Bronx, a borough of New York City, within Bronx Park. It is among the largest metropolitan zoos in the world, and is one of the largest in North America

Visit the largest urban zoo in America and get up close to more than 600 species from around the globe. Meet exotic animals, birds, reptiles, and insects from across Asia, Africa, the Americas and ... read more

55 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Check out their absolutely surreal and fantastic bar with a fireplace. Come early, around 5-6 pm to feel yourself like in a Gatsby movie.

One of the best and most fun nightclubs in New York. Make sure to dress to impress, as the door policy is quite harsh. No cover.

Go before 9pm when they start putting a bouncer at the door. DJ starts at 10pm. The ballroom at the Jane Hotel is an amazing place to sip cocktails and listen to a fun DJ. Place gets pumpin', so ar... read more

55 local Airbnb hosts recommend

A skating pavilion with two rinks providing 32,000 sq ft for seasonal ice skating, roller skating, and water play, 15,000 sq ft of beautifully landscaped viewing terraces, and year-round café.

In the summer, the Splash Pad is great fun for the kids. There is also roller skating on the indoor rink. The parents can relax at the café. On select nights, it's a roller disco for the adult c... read more

LeFrak is a short cab, walk or subway ride away on the other side of the park. This amazing new complex offers bike, peddle boat and kayak rentals. There is a huge water play area along with roller... read more

53 local Airbnb hosts recommend

The McKittrick Hotel is home to Sleep No More, one of the most famous (and most original) underground performances currently running in New York City. Google "Sleep No More" for more information!

Not technically a hotel but a live performance space. Actors perform 'Sleep No More' scenes from McBeth spanning floors of a spooky hotel. This beats a Broadway show anytime. Tickets online

Unique nightlife venue that houses Sleep No More, live music and The Manderlay bar, a unique restaurant and rooftop -- must experience if you are looking for unique, underground nightlife experience

50 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Looking to grab a few beers for the roof? ABC Beer Co has a great selection of international and local beer. Plus you can get fresh bread, cheese and olives.

Craft Beer galore!!! Also has nice sandwiches, cheeses and snacks. A great place to grab a beer or a cider and wind down after a long day seeing the sights.

Calling ABC a "bar" is not good enough. Its part grocery store (of beer and cheese) upfront and a communal space in the back where you can enjoy some of the best craft beer -nationwide but with a h... read more

45 local Airbnb hosts recommend

1 mile city with one hundred bars, dozens of great places to eat, and amazing waterfront waking and park views. Take a quick cab ride, Uber, or bus over, best nightlife in New Jersey.

Stroll along Washington St in Hoboken and check out the small stores and boutique that line this busy street. Between Newark and 1st Street you can also visit Carlo's The Cake Boss original bakery!

44 local Airbnb hosts recommend

This flea market has art, antiques, handmade crafts, and lots of great food. Located, in beautiful Fort Greene, you can add a visit to Fort Greene Park, Pratt University sculpture gardens, and wand... read more

42 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Just an hour and forty-five minutes by train to Grand Central Station. Information and recommendations available from your host.

New York City is an hour and a half south by railroad, and it's a beautiful ride!! The train travels along the Hudson River right into Grand Central Station! Spend the day, or you can rent me as a ... read more

NYC is relatively close. It is accessible via car (house is near NJ Turnpike), bus (transportation depot is close to the house), train (there are several train stations nearby).

35 local Airbnb hosts recommend

It's close and really cool! Huge and great beer. Outdoor tables and lots of food and drink options.

Huge indoor and outdoor area. Great food and a lot of choices from burgers to kielbasa to pulled pork etc etc....Beers and hard ciders are sold either by the glass or the pitcher, and prices are re... read more

Beergarden, bar food also, huge outdoor space with big screens. Great music, or watch sports. Awesome space for the summer time !

35 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Great Rooftop Bar In the Nomad District. Nice vibes and city views from top floor.

Get there a little early because there's a cover the later you go - dressy and a bit pricey, but the rooftop views are great.

Cozy Rooftop Bar / Lounge which serves light meals- Best on an off night, early in the week.

31 local Airbnb hosts recommend

A lesser known, but just as important, bridge connecting Dumbo and Manhattan. I like to bike across this bridge because it connects to protected bike lanes once you're back in the city. Also, unlik... read more

Take a walk over Manhattan Bridge and get an excellent view on Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyline. You'l end up in Dumbo, Brooklyn, and from there you can walk Brooklyn Bridge back! Recommended!

It's great to walk over the bridge from Brooklyn to Manhattan and see Manhattan's skyline. It's less crowded then Brooklyn bridge and in the end - walk 2 minutes and start exploring China Town and ... read more

115 local Airbnb hosts recommend

The Cathedral of St. Patrick is a decorated Neo-Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral church in the United States and a prominent landmark of New York City

The Cathedral of St. Patrick (commonly called St. Patrick's Cathedral) is a decorated Neo-Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral church in the United States and a prominent landmark of New York City... read more

#18

C'mon Everybody

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325 Franklin Avenue·Map·Hours·Website·

44 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Our local live music venue offers eclectic programming ranging from live Afro-Punk to deep-house DJ sets and everything in between. Make sure to tell Eric (owner) that Ray & Melissa sent you.

Bar/concert venue/indie dance club with a lively crowd and an ambitious lineup of live acts and DJs. A friendlier, cooler alternative if you like to dance and don't want to be packed into a huge c... read more

Not just a bar. It's also a disco, dance jamboree, hoe down joint. Meaning there are events & music here nearly every night of the week & the locals love it! A nice neighborhood place that's loads ... read more

28 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Time Square, Rockefella Center, Central Park So much to do in Manhattan. Tour bus might be your best net to see it all

Lots of places to go and people to see. Whether in the Village, the Upper East or West Side, Manhattan is famous for a myriad of cultures and spectacular sights. Ellis Island, the Empire State Buil... read more

Manhathan is amazing place to do anything you can image. Broadway shows you can miss. Nice coffee places. Wine bars and restaurantes.

30 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Beautiful park with tennis courts, kids playground and sprinkler park, lake, track and beautiful views.

There is a great kids' park - sprinklers galore in the Summer months and 3 separate areas for kids of various ages. Feed the ducks floating on the lake. Beware of the turtles. Our neighbor caugh... read more

With a land area of 167 acres, James J. Braddock Park is one of the largest and most beautiful of Hudson County’s parks. The park is home to the 16-acre Woodcliff Lake and has an amazing view of th... read more

29 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Great coffee and baked goods with free wifi just a few blocks away

They have good coffee, but their baked goods are crazy delicious! I recommend the New Yorker breakfast sandwich on a homemade biscuit.

Coffee, cakes, bagels and salads. I love their chocolate chip cookie.

29 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Do you have a long flight in the evening? Do you rather not go into Manhattan? Admit it, you want a lazy day. This cinema is the place for you. The price per film is $12.50.

If you like a big cineplex, here you go. If you go here, stop and have some great ceviche afterwards at Tacuba Cantina.

Catch a movie on a rainy day. Find your new releases and a recent foreign films too.

27 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Great bar and food- trendy, especially during Fashion Week

When the weather is nice, order cocktails in the charming garden.

New Standard hotel in the East Village, cool building with some nice restaurants and bars inside.

27 local Airbnb hosts recommend

This Midtown hotel features a rooftop bar with unbeatable Midtown skyline views, The Press Lounge, and a great restaurant, PRINT

For a spectacular view of the NYC skyline, go to the rooftop bar here. There is a massive outdoor space with the sexiest views of the city you can get. Drinks are pricey, but to be expected.

One of the best views to catch in the entire city. My best kept Secret!

26 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Great for families with an year-round ice skating rink that overlooks the Hudson River, sports (soccer, etc.), a driving range for golfers, kayaking, and much more. Restaurants and a brewery too. ... read more

The Chelsea Piers are a great place to walk around and get some exercise too. It's located right along the Hudson River. If you really look you might notice the trapeze flyers which has lessons ope... read more

Great place to watch the ships pass, and see the private yachts that dock here as well... Catch the Spirit line or Bateaux dinner cruises. There is a park/merry go round on the north pier and mayb... read more

24 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Ferry that takes you to Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn and Governors Island. Beautiful views from under the Williamsburg, Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges and great option to replace a train ride.

Ferry that takes you into the city in mins. It's much cheaper than the tour boats (I think $6) and still gives you a great view of the skyline

The successful East River Ferry service connects formerly isolated neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens to one another and to Manhattan, unlocking large development potential by increasing access t... read more

25 local Airbnb hosts recommend

A memorable and sad experience. The guided tour was very helpful and highly recommended in order to see and learn about all of the elements of the museum and memorial.

Near and dear to our hearts,the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, located at the World Trade Center, honors the 2,983 people killed in the attacks of September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993.

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum commemorates the September 11, 2001 attacks, and its victims, and the World Trade Center bombing of 1993, The memorial is located at the World Trade Cent... read more

#28

Fort Washington Park

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Hudson River Greenway·Map·Website·

25 local Airbnb hosts recommend

The park is absolutely beautiful and there is so much to do there! These days, the park is home to peregrine falcons, the monarch butterfly, tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic spaces and the ... read more

This park is amazing if you have some time to explore. It is right underneath the George Washington Bridge, but you would never know it. There is a cute little lighthouse, that was inspiration for ... read more

This is the end of Riverside Park and a park itself. From here you can bike or walk or roller blade all the way to the south tip of Manhattan in a dedicated path. Many sport facilities all the way.

#29

Fine & Raw

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$$· 288 Seigel St·Map·Hours·Website·

25 local Airbnb hosts recommend

The real Willie Wonka Chocolate Factory. Go watch the process while enjoying chocolate delights.

Local foods are super-hip, and this chocolate factory will sell you freshly made delicacies in the hippest of neighborhoods. Enjoy!

Have a sweet tooth? Stop by the chocolate factory to grab some free samples. Hours for the factory and shop are Monday through Friday from 10am to 6pm; Saturday from noon to 6pm; and closed on Su... read more

23 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Gothic and Romanesque castle from 1869 set on Vista Rock (the park's highest point) with park views

The castle (located near the middle of the park at 79th Street) sits atop Vista Rock—the second-highest natural elevation inside the park—and provides unparalleled views of the aforementioned location

Belvedere provides the highest and best views of the Park and the adjacent cityscape. The castle's name is fitting, because it translates to "beautiful view" in Italian.