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The Ultimate Yankee Stadium Food Guide Mar 29
Food & Drink

The Ultimate Yankee Stadium Food Guide

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Welcome to the house that Babe built – the iconic Yankee Stadium. While the Bronx Bombers take care of business on the field, we've got your back when it comes to navigating the food scene at this legendary ballpark. From classic game day favorites to legitimate…

Citi Field Visitors Guide Mar 29

Citi Field Visitors Guide

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There's nothing like spending a day at the ballpark and rooting for your favorite team amongst the frenzied crowd with a hotdog in one hand and beer in the other. Citi Field is well-known for being the home turf of the New York Mets and an amazing venue for traditional…

Citi Field Visitors Guide Mar 29
Food & Drink

The Ultimate Citi Field Food Guide

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No trip to Citi Field would be complete if great food wasn't part of the package! Since its inception, the stadium has treated guests to all manner of appetizing culinary options that only grow with each passing year. Citi Field food certainly does not disappoint, and there…

Your Guide to the Best Beaches in NYC Mar 29

Your Guide to the Best Beaches in NYC

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Who doesn't love the beach? Bright blue waters, a warm summer breeze, sandcastles, sun tans, and surfing await thousands of visitors annually who are itching to ditch the humdrum of everyday life to unwind in a little corner of paradise. No two beaches are alike here, but…

14 Fun Things to Do in Central Park Feb 09

14 Fun Things to Do in Central Park

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Scenes of idyllic fall foliage or romantic proposals may spring to mind when you envision Central Park, but this sprawling urban oasis is more than a backdrop for movie-worthy moments. Exploring all the manifold attractions of Central Park would take many sunlit afternoons, so…

Last Call!: Broadway and Off-Broadway Closings in April and May Joan Marcus Apr 07
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All things must come to an end. There are a lot of reasons behind a show’s final curtain. Many times, the show was a limited engagement with an ending date that was set way in advance of its first rehearsal. Other shows, like “The Phantom of the Opera” have…

How to Choose the Best Seats on Broadway Mar 18
Broadway Ticketing Guide

How to Choose the Best Seats on Broadway

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With average ticket prices topping over $110 and premium seats for in-demand shows going for as much as $649, you’re going to want to get the biggest bang for your buck when attending a Broadway show. And much of the success in that effort comes down to where you end up…


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