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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

Lucky Cheng’s is the Drag Queen Capital of the Universe Outrageous drag queens serves up dinner and a show, featuring interactive cabaret, comedy, and karaoke at the infamous Lucky Cheng’s Restaurant. The drag staff turns up the fun as your bartenders, waitresses and performers. You may have seen us recently on Long Island Medium, Ice T Loves Coco, Bethenny Forever, Snooki and JWOWW, and America’s Next Top Model.  After a 19 years run at its downtown location, the dinner show moved on up to its new Times Square Theater District location in the fall of 2012.

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

4 words: large scale LEGO constructions! Opened in the summer, the LEGO store raises the bar in kid-chic! Fill your plastic cup at the "Pick a Brick" station, an inspirational planning ground for any builder. Or head to the "Build a Mini" station and create a grumpy fireman wielding a shovel and a pirate sword! Whatever you do, just don't plan on zipping in and out of this flagship store. There's plenty of play tables and piles of LEGO for inspired building that are sure to elicit lots "ooh"s & "aah"s.


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

Take a break from the “big apple” and experience the thrill of one of the world’s first boardwalk amusement parks. After a huge reconstruction effort in 2010, the fun is back at Coney Island with the opening of Luna Park and Scream Zone.  With 23 brand new rides, 9 games, 5 food kiosks, and a retail location; it is a great place to take the whole family! Also on-site is the Cyclone Café, a full service restaurant located at the corner of Surf Avenue and West 10th St. The Cyclone Cafè will offer Coney Island visitors balanced meal options and healthier alternatives, all within a unique environment which will pay tribute to Coney Island's rich history with memorabilia and tributes from local residents and visitors from around the world. A destination certainly not to be missed! For more information, visit Luna Park or call 718-373-LUNA (5862).

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