JANUARY 2014 HIGHLIGHT:
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This family-friendly neighborhood features historic brownstones, fine dining and one of the City's great green spaces. more.
Discover the area's must-see spots.
Find accommodations near Park Slope attractions.
Take a peek inside some of the Slope's standbys.
explore more unique neighborhoods
Celebrate the Lunar New Year with shopping, culture and dining in three of New York City's most vibrant Chinese enclaves.
Take the A train to discover a neighborhood of venerable music halls, world-class restaurants and cultural institutions.
Historic architecture, small local shops and a wealth of cultural institutions—not to mention proximity to two of the City's major parks—make the cozy Upper West Side a must-visit destination.
Delectable Greek cuisine, vintage-chic shops, classic films and an outdoor beer garden—Astoria has them all and much more.
When people around the world think of "cool," many of them picture Williamsburg, Brooklyn. You've seen it on TV and read about it in magazines; here's the scoop on the restaurants, nightspots and stores to check out when you experience it in person.
Known for its nightlife, this Manhattan neighborhood is also home to welcoming green spaces, high-end shopping, art galleries and, yes, meat markets.
Take a free ferry ride and enjoy sand, surf, food and history along the Staten Island shore.
New York City is made up of five boroughs: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Each one has enough attractions—and enough personality—to be a city all its own. Learn more about them with this guide.