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New York City Guide

Distilled through the eyes of local creatives, our guide to New York cuts through the noise to bring you the best things to do, eat and see in this extraordinary city

New York is a hustling, endlessly energetic city, flanked by blockbuster towers and stuffed with landmarks. Yellow taxis flit past brownstones and cast iron facades; Michelin-starred restaurants are sandwiched next to laundrettes, and a simple grid system makes it effortless to explore by foot.

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What New York hotel rooms may lack in size, they make up for in location and character – from snug crash pads to bohemian sanctuaries and art-filled residences.

New York is a living, breathing paradox: a rich tapestry of cultures, attractions, and iconic landmarks that possess both the pulse of a global destination and the warmth of a close-knit community

William Li pays tribute to his hometown


New Yorkers famously don’t eat at home, and neither should you. The city’s epic dining scene starts with brunch in the West Village and finishes with a bubbling wonton soup beneath the glow of a neon sign, by way of pizza slices in Seward Park or Israeli cooking on a rooftop.


From dive bars to destination rooftop martinis, there is a drinking den to suit every wallet in NYC.


Explore cafes, co-working spaces and destination retail spots.

Museums & galleries

Gargantuan cultural institutions, loft spaces hung with contemporary works, blue chip galleries and public art – you’ll find it all in New York.

Weekend away

Embrace the Catskill Mountains and surrounding nature on a weekend break from NYC.


Interviews with designers, artists, chefs and more, fuelling the city’s palpable creative energy.


Creative neighbourhoods


When to visit


Getting to New York


Getting around


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