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  1. Where to watch the World Cup 2014 in New York City (Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

    5 Places to Watch the World Cup in New York City

    Soccer, or, excuse us, football fans rejoice, the 2014 World Cup kicks off in Brazil on June 12, 2014. To celebrate, restaurants and bars all across New York City are churning out special eats, devising innovative takes on the caipirinha (Brazil's national cocktail) ...
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  2. GoldBar

    It’s Our Birthday: 10 Best Places to Celebrate Yours

    Where to throw a birthday bash? It's not an easy decision in any city, but in New York where space is at a premium, it becomes an even bigger deal. And you still want your food and drink to be top-notch; it's your birthday, after all ...
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  3. Birthday cake at Commerce

    Birthday Cake at Commerce

    Light the candles. Turn out the lights. And get ready to sing: it’s NewYork.com’s first birthday! That’s right, for an entire year, NewYork.com has been bringing readers the best of the Big Apple, from the most popular Broadway shows ...
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  4. The Stonewall Inn (Photo: Skinnylawyer/Flickr CC)

    5 Best Gay Bars and Clubs in New York City

    Pride Month 2014 is upon us in New York City, and with it comes a whole slew of events and activities honoring the past, present and future of the gay rights movement. From festive parades to steamy parties ...
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  5. Momofuku Pork Buns (Photo: Gabriele Stabile)

    Eat New York: A 3-Day Foodie Tour of the City

    Some travelers are content with a few good meals when they visit a new city. For the food-obsessed among us, however, a few good meals simply isn't enough. Instead, every bite needs to be top-notch, and ...
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  6. Ginger's Bar in Park Slope (Photo: Courtesy of Ginger's Bar)

    5 Best Gay Bars in Brooklyn

    From the historic site of the Stonewall riots to the megaclubs of Chelsea, Manhattan is the borough most commonly associated with LGBT pride. But did you know Brooklyn has a vibrant LGBT community of its very own? From the artists ...
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  7. The Mermaid at Big Gay Ice Cream (Photo: Courtesy of Big Gay Ice Cream)

    Splurge or Steal? Delicious Ice Cream Sundaes

    The combination of ingredients is key for ice cream sundaes: salty and sweet, crunchy and creamy.  The following New York sundaes run the gamut from classic Tahitian vanilla to create-your-own decadence ...
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  8. Giovanni Rana Pastificio & Cucina (Photo: Giovanni Rana Pastificio & Cucina)

    5 Awesome Chelsea Restaurants

    If you find yourself between 14th and 30th streets, and 6th Avenue and the Hudson River, you are in the neighborhood referred to as Chelsea, and you should definitely stop for a bite to eat. This hot spot is known for art galleries, LGBT culture and some very hip ...
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  9. Cast iron chicken at Vinegar Hill House (Photo: Ingalls Photography/Courtesy of Vinegar Hill House)

    Cast-Iron Chicken at Vinegar Hill House

    A good roast chicken is something easily made at home. But a great roast chicken is somewhat more elusive. To coax the perfect crispy texture out of the skin, for the flesh to retain the ideal amount of moisture, to see ...
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  10. How to eat chicken wings like a New Yorker (Photos: Hernan F. Rodriguez)

    How to Eat Wings Like a New Yorker

    It's possible to "fit in" in the Big Apple, even if you're not from around these parts. Visitors might slide under-the-radar by ditching shiny white tennis shoes for more fashion-forward footwear (but uncomfortable heels before 10pm are also a dead giveaway) ...
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