Manhattan’s heart was once a hub for vice, teeming with sex shops and drug dealers. Over time that notorious reputation has eroded, and now the area can feel like a tourist-clogged shopping mall. Still, changes such as the stairs above the TKTS booth and a pedestrian plaza along Broadway have improved the sightseeing experience…sort of. If the thought of attending the annual glitzy New Year’s Eve celebration gives you hives, you can see the midnight countdown re-created on a smaller scale at the Times Square Visitor Center, thanks to one of the Waterford crystal balls used in years past.
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Taste of Times Square
Fifty neighborhood restaurants convene in New York's Crossroads of the World for this annual fest, offering visitors and natives alike international grub including Italian from Barbetta, Latin from La Pulperia and all-American BBQ from Virgin's Real Barbecue....Monday June 6 2016 FreeRead more
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Here's how I feel about Times Square: If you've never been there, it should certainly be on your list of stops. It's one of the most photographed spots in the world and all those advertisements vying for your attention truly are mesmerizing. And after you've had your stop, immediately leave. It is constantly packed with tourists and just people in general, any food or drink in the area is found at exorbitantly overpriced chain restaurants or dinosaur restaurants that can charge whatever they want, and you really don't need anything you'll find in the stores nearby (no, you don't need M&M's with your face printed on them). Want fun New York touristy items? Hit the Bowery and leave this forsaken place behind.