NYC - The Official Guide
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Neighborhoods:

Long Island City

This former manufacturing epicenter is one of NYC’s most exciting neighborhoods, with a lively nightlife scene, must-visit restaurants and contemporary art museums. Along the waterfront, green spaces Gantry Plaza State Park and Hunters Point South Park are well suited for picnics and sunset strolls.

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Get there
From Manhattan a quick subway ride on the E, M or 7 train takes you to Court Square, as does the Brooklyn-only G train. LIC also has two NYC Ferry stops.
Go for
MoMA PS1, which shows contemporary art and puts on special events, like the summer concert series Warm Up.
Stay for
Craft breweries all over the neighborhood, offering special tours and tastings year-round.
Locals know
LIC’s eating landscape is quite varied, with Kansas City barbecue, Michelin-starred Mexican and some of the City’s best Indian food on the menu.
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