All over New York, you can find many great restaurants with different kinds of food. Since this city is full of people of diverse ethnicities, there is always a choice you can make between Italian, French, Turkish, Vietnamese, Mexican, Korean, and many other cuisines.
- Where to eat - On the Upper East Side on Manhattan, you can have a tremendous Italian-style dinner at Arturo’s, of a french one at the restaurant Daniel. Have lunch in the nature at Tavern on the Green at Central Park. This place will also be great for vegetarians. But, if you would like to try something in a more casual atmosphere, you can go to Chinatown to Nom Wah Tea Parlor, a great restaurant from the 1920s. You can reach The Halal Guys at Midtown or the food trucks on 6th Avenue, especially near Rockefeller Center for great street food.
- Where to go out - NYC is for sure famous for its nightlife. For a whole night out, visit The Ritz on Hells Kitchen or Webster Hall at West Village. The stand-up scene in the Bih Apple is thriving. Just remember New York raised George Carlin. You will immediately go to a comedy club such as Magnet Theater in Chelsea or Apollo Theater in Harlem in search of a good laugh. Places that offer the best fun and dance may be the ones specially made for the LGBT community. So go to House of Yes or Stonewall and have a great time enjoying dancing all night long.
- Where to have a drink - Bars and pubs are ubiquitous in NYC. If you are looking for a great pub with Irish spirit in the very center of Manhattan, go to Connolly's Pub at Times Square or P.J. Clarke’s in Midtown East. But if you are a fan of more fancy drinks, we’ll take you to Brandy Library. If you want to explore bars on your own, we recommend you to search through the Lower East Side, an area full of great places to have a drink.