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The thin, crisp-skinned beef franks are legendary at this Coney Island stalwart--which may, hopefully, still be standing after everything... More
Coney's newest thrill ride is actually this 7,500 seat stadium that house's the New York Mets Triple A affiliate team, the Brooklyn Cyclones, as well at occasional concert.
The largest and most splendid of the Hong Kong dim sum palaces is approached by an escalator ride that seems to take five minutes. The dim... More
Relentlessly creeping northward from its home in Washington, D.C., this hamburger chain has finally assaulted New York. Fifty-pound bags of... More
Madison Square Park was established in 1870, but had to be restored in the late 1990s, as did everything in the city. Besides the lovely... More
Housed in the old Rio Theater, which operated as a double-feature neighborhood movie theater through the 1960s, Cobble Hill Cinemas in... More