If you’ve yet to have a classic New York Sunday brunch, get on it while the weather is still nice! Time Out New York’s latest recommendations can be found here: http://www.timeout.com/newyork/food-drink/best-brunch-in-nyc For brunch options with vegan/vegetarian options, be sure to check out Sacred Chow or Quantum Leap, both right by Washington Square park!
The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology is the only museum in New York City dedicated solely to the art of fashion, and features innovative and award-winning exhibitions. Head uptown this Friday for free admission!
Disneyland is obviously exciting, but watch these two little girls when they learn they are about to meet Mickey Mouse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGhuLkjl4iI
Before your internship or classes end and you leave the city, make the rounds more than just Manhattan. Check out these attractions in the outer boroughs: Queens: Museum of the Moving Image–a tribute to the art of film, and free for NYU students. The Bronx: Yankee Stadium–see a game! Brooklyn: Brooklyn Flea–a collection of vintage and local artisan vendors, worth the trip! Staten Island: Take the Staten Island ferry from manhattan and bring your camera for great shots of the Statue of Liberty, then grab a slice of pizza from Goodfellas!
Check out A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour! It combines two of NYC’s greatest treasures– delicious food and incredible sights. This 4 and a half hour tour covers Brooklyn’s most famous pizza shops and a sightseeing tour that highlights the borough’s famous neighborhoods, parks, and landmarks. Click here and use promo code CITYGUIDE to receive $5 off. Tours sell out fast, so buy your tickets today!
Lucky you! Restuarant Week only happens twice a year and you happen to be in the city for it. If you’re unfamiliar, Restaurant Week is when upscale, highly rated restaurants offer prix-fixe menus at lower-than-usual costs, making culinary exploration more accessible to college students with small wallets. Go here to make a reservation: http://www.nycgo.com/restaurantweek/
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Visit the New York Public Library! Situated on Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street, the second largest public library in the country is home to over 53 million books, a copy of the Declaration of Independence, a Gutenburg bible, and near 410,000 old maps.
Welcome to the 21st century! We all remember carrying around our Walkman right? Well, in the age of iPods and Pandora, music is way more…how do you say…accessible? Carrying around a 5 lb. device on your faded jeans is no longer necessary. Laugh out loud as these kids respond to the technology we grew up with!