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  • Hester Street Fair

Tons of vendors gather at Hester Street Fair every Saturday and Sunday for a dynamic outdoor market in the heart of the historic Lower East Side. Here you'll get to sample artisanal street food, vintage clothing, handmade jewelry,and arts and crafts in an atmosphere that captures the essence of old and new New York City. 


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  • Broadway French Market

Stop by the plaza on Broadway between 35th and 36th streets for Midtown's only open-air Farmers Market. You'll find everything from local produce, organic goods, flowers, crafts, and more. This market is the perfect destination to pick up fresh ingredients for cooking, or ready-made treats during lunch. It's open every Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 


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  • Artists & Fleas

Come shop and mingle with some of New York's trendiest designers and independent retailers.  Be sure to also check out Artists & Fleas Williamsburg, Brooklyn location opened only on weekends. Be on the look out for Artists and Fleas new permanent home inside Chelsea Market opened 7 days a week.


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  • Astoria Flea & Food

Astoria Flea & Food is opened every Sundays and will be for the next eight consecutive weekends and may continue from there. You will experience the best of the flea including food vendors, antiques, collectibles, art, crafts, fashion and more alwithin the unique setting of NYC's most historic film and television studio, Kaufman Astoria Studios.


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  • Great go-to travel app! myCitiapp


With myCitiapp, navigating around town has never looked or been any easier! It's a great app for finding local hot spots. When I have visited an unfamiliar city or even my city I have been able to count on myCitiapp for nearby tourist attractions, sightseeing, entertainment, shopping, and latest local promotions.


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Restaurants

New York Thai Grill & Sushi Bar has been operating across the street from the MoMA for over 10 years. Come and join us for Lunch for anything from Pad Thai to Spicy California rolls at New Yorks premium Asian Fusion Restaurant. Specials starting at $8.50 till 4 pm and Free delivery up to 3 mi away. Hours: 11am -4am on weekdays and 12pm 4am on weekends.

Museums & Galleries

Following a 2-½ year renovation, the Queens Museum now opened is located in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. The Museum now features 50,000 more square feet, extra galleries, studios for resident artists and a gorgeous sky-lit atrium. museumgoer’s can now enjoy a new Museum shop and café along with a lovely lawn with plenty of outdoor seating.

Shopping

How Will U Play Next?  That’s the question you need to ask yourself as you head to the Nintendo World Store at Rockefeller Center.  Whether you are exploring the game worlds of Nintendo Land with the revolutionary GamePad for the Wii U or enjoying the comic antics of Paper Mario: Sticker Star on the 3DSXL, the Nintendo World Store offers a game experience for everyone. Stocked with exclusive merchandise and apparel, get ready for 10,000 square feet of fun like only Nintendo can provide.  

Health & Beauty

In business for over 25 years, Nina's Day Spa & Laser Center is a celebrity favorite for body detoxification and slimming treatment, along with an array of beauty & wellness treatments that will refresh and revitalize body and soul. A full service day Spa, as well as a Laser Center, Nina's offers packages to rejuvenate and beautify travelers and locals alike. Pick from multiple massages such as Aroma Therapy, Reflexology and Swedish. In addition to massages, there are great facial treatments that include Glycolic Peels and the ever popular Microdermabrasion.

 

 

Sights & Attractions

Jane's Carousel is a magical sight on the East River, appealing to both children and adults as a dreamlike addition to Brooklyn Bridge Park. This historic gem was made by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company in 1922, and presided over Idora Park in Youngstown, Ohio before being auctioned off in 1984. Artist Jane Walentas led its careful restoration. Totally rewired, the Carousel now dazzles with 1200 brilliant lights. The carousel has retained its classical design, with three rows containing 48 exquisitely detailed horses and two chariots. The scenery panels, center pole, and platform are all original to the twenties version of the carousel, infusing it with the charm of a bygone era. The pavilion designed by architect Jean Nouvel to house the attraction stands in contrast to the carousel’s old-world design, lending a shot of modern architecture to the traditionally ornate. It updates the carousel’s classic look. Jane's Carousel will delight children, as well as visitors from around the world, as a one-of-a-kind attraction for many generations to come.

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