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Outdoors & Recreation
Joyce Kilmer Park
"I think that I shall never see / a poem lovely as a tree." And so begins Joyce Kilmer's renowned 1913 poem "Trees," the opening line of which remains in the brains of so many who have long since forgotten the name of the man who wrote it.
Standing in the shadow of Yankee Stadium, this temple to Caribbean cuisine—once profiled on Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations—specializes in authentic island grub, like curried goat, jerk chicken and shrimp, oxtail, Jamaican patties, rotis and fried plantains.
New York Yankees Steakhouse—Yankee Stadium
Dine amid the past glories of the New York Yankees at this sophisticated, elegant and casual steakhouse open during the baseball season (and for select offseason events) at the new Yankee Stadium—with views of the stadium’s Great Hall, a glass wall bearing the signatures of legendary Yankees players and a spectacular wine display.