Subway tours

Locals show us the hidden treasures in their 'hood.



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B D to Bedford Park: Blvd Head uptown—waay uptown—for cooked goat, an ancient church and lots of grass.
1 to 225th St–Marble Hill: You’ll find quality jazz and unique hangover cures in the eight-block radius of this tiny enclave.
6 to Hunts Point Ave: The city’s food-distribution hub has more than just indigestion to offer.
1 to 238th St: Spend any time around this stop, and you'll forget you're not in Galway.
2 5 to Freeman St: Score a cheap "I [heart] BX" shirt and some earnest Puerto Rican fare.


CS to Franklin Ave: Go for the hip accessories, leave with a belly full of orange juice and beer.
N to Bay Pkwy: See Bensonhurst old and new
L to Canarsie–Rockaway Pkwy: Need space? Go fly a kite in far, far Brooklyn (then pig out on pizza).
G to Clinton–Washington Aves: Try the Snow Mosquito!
R to Bay Ridge Ave: History, baby carriages and boutiques take over Disco Town.


6 to 28th St: Slurp down authentic noodles andaccessorize yourself.
ACE to 34th St–Penn Station: The commuters and barflys 'round here know where to get a meal with no MSG.


A to Ozone Park–Lefferts Blvd: Feast your eyes (and trim your eyebrows) in Little Guyana.
EV to 23rd St–Ely Ave: Get a load of Long Island City’s art, coffee and afternoon tea.
7 to 61st St–Woodside: People-watch for days in this multiculti Queens neighborhood.

Staten Island

SIR to Grant City: Unlikely fruit, kick-ass slices and sandy beaches abound in sunny Shaolin.
Staten Island ferry to St George: Hippies, cookies and used clothing.

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