The only New York borough that's physically attached to the mainland of America, the Bronx seems much further from Manhattan that in really is. The borough's two biggest attractions — Yankee Stadium and the Bronx Zoo — are often covered in quick trips in and out, but look beyond: The Bronx also glistens with the art deco gems of the Grand Concourse, cooks up a storm with its own Little Italy in Belmont, enchants with the world-class Botanical Garden and boasts an up-and-coming art scene in the rejuvenated South Bronx. Find these and much more in our comprehensive guide to the Bronx.
See more than 5,000 adorable and/or ferocious creatures at this massive institution
Bronx Museum of the Arts
Check out more than 800 works at this multicultural art museum
Top attractions in the Bronx
Check out the top attractions in the Bronx and Staten Island, including the Bronx Zoo, the Staten Island Ferry and other NYC sights
Best date spots: Bronx
There’s something going on nearly every night of the week
Events in the Bronx
Get Tough, Get BAAD!
BAAD presents a weekend of films, community discussions and parties, all designed to celebrate queer diversity and visibility.
Bronx Faces and Voices
Hear 16 unique, personal stories from men and women who resided in the Bronx during the 1970s and 1980s, when NYC was synonymous with high crime and...
Family Art Project: Kaleidoscope Blues
As part of the garden's hive culture weekends, families sculpt buzzing insects from wool thread and tissue paper or cover a candle in beeswax with a little...
Hotels in the Bronx
Restaurants in the Bronx
Frank and John’s Pine Restaurant
You won’t need directions from Yankee Stadium—you can smell the garlic bread from blocks away. In the massive dining room, patrons step up to stadium-size...
Sam’s Soul Food Restaurant and Bar
When New Yorkers think of Bronx restaurants, City Island crab shacks and Arthur Avenue pasta palaces come to mind. But this welcoming Southern-style kitchen,...
Bars in the Bronx
Parlaying a pizza parlor near Yankee Stadium into a suave restaurant was not enough for the owners of Giovanni’s; they also added G-Bar, which is connected...
Nicky's Beer Garden
At this spacious Bronx brew haven, choose from among 22 tap brews (Lagunitas IPA, Blue Point Toasted Lager) and 15 bottles (Green Flash IPA, Abita Purple...
Attractions in the Bronx
Bronx Zoo Wildlife Conservation Society
RECOMMENDED: 50 best New York attractions The massive institution is home to more than 5,000 adorable and/or ferocious creatures in myriad exhibits,...
Bronx Museum of the Arts
Founded in 1971 and featuring more than 800 works, this multicultural art museum shines a spotlight on 20th- and 21st-century artists who are either...