No doubt, this town takes things to extremes, whether it's '80s Wall Street excess, the downtown club-kid scene of the ’90s, Lower East Side hipsters in the 2000s, or the small-batch, craft-brewed, farm-to-table Brooklyn of today.
It used to be the city that never sleeps; now it's the city that never stops—ever-evolving and always expanding, so much so that the boroughs you never went to are now the best ones to be in.
You will be just 25 minutes to Manhattan with all th...
[more]Jewish New York - NY hosts the HQ's of many Jewish organizations and Jewish communities of every branch of Judaism.
" data-price="2" data-filter="stay"This quirky-chic hideout in New York City's No Mad district (north of Madison Square Park) boasts knotty wooden floors, eclectic light fixtures, and clawfoot bathtubs, all in a restored Beaux Arts mansion. Estela took the city by surprise when it opened in 2013, not because the talent behind it was unknown—Ignacio Mattos has long been considered a chef of great potential and his partner, Thomas Carter, is a wine-world star—but because it is so casually refined and consistent. His kohlrabi salad was an instant classic, as was his riff on tartare.
Estela proves that a great night in the city needn’t be confined to an overly stylized theme restaurant.
These days, a trip to New York calls for at least one borough-hop.
Manhattan may still have the edge in museums and hotels, but it’s no match for the food in Queens or Brooklyn’s buzzy shops.
You can get kosher breakfast at this kosher hotel or you can prepare your own meals in your Suite's kitchenette.
There are hundreds of synagogues in New York following just about every stream within the Jewish orthodoxy and outside it.
NYC is an international city and you will find here kosher Jewish and ethnic restaurants of every cuisine.
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