NYC neighborhood guides

Find the best restaurants, bars, shopping and things to do in these New York City neighborhoods

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Manhattan neighborhoods

Chelsea
Things to do

Chelsea

Chinatown
Things to do

Chinatown

East Village
Things to do

East Village

Gramercy and Flatiron
Things to do

Gramercy and Flatiron

Greenwich Village
Things to do

Greenwich Village

Harlem
Things to do

Harlem

Hell’s Kitchen
Things to do

Hell’s Kitchen

Meatpacking District
Things to do

Meatpacking District

Nolita and Little Italy
Things to do

Nolita and Little Italy

Lower East Side
Things to do

Lower East Side

Soho
Things to do

Soho

Times Square
Things to do

Times Square

Tribeca
Things to do

Tribeca

Upper East Side
Things to do

Upper East Side

Washington Heights
Things to do

Washington Heights

West Village
Things to do

West Village

Brooklyn neighborhoods

Bushwick
Things to do

Bushwick

Greenpoint
Things to do

Greenpoint

Park Slope
Things to do

Park Slope

Prospect Heights
Things to do

Prospect Heights

Red Hook
Things to do

Red Hook

Williamsburg
Things to do

Williamsburg

Queens neighborhoods

Astoria
Things to do

Astoria

Coney Island
Attractions

Coney Island

Long Island City
Things to do

Long Island City

Ridgewood
Things to do

Ridgewood

Rockaway Beach
Things to do

Rockaway Beach

Sunnyside
Things to do

Sunnyside

More NYC neighborhoods

The Bronx
Things to do

The Bronx

Staten Island
Things to do

Staten Island

More neighborhoods in and near NYC

Governors Island
Things to do

Governors Island

New Jersey
Things to do

New Jersey

Long Island
Things to do

Long Island

upstate New York
Travel

upstate New York

Comments

9 comments
James H

Jimbo.ke6yb@gmail.com

Rox In The Heights!

Extremely terrible in my opinion, yeah sure you have every neighborhood up to Harlem but what about above 125th st? I'm a Washington heights chick and I'm sorry but this site has snubbed my hood from this neighbor guide to the latest paper mag you put out about the best parks to visit, and as a New Yorker I'm offended that you didn't include Ft. Tryon or even mention the Cloisters at all, which are visually and architecturally better than half of the parks mentioned in the "Best Parks" article of the July 11th- 17th issue. PS : you guys also forgot the riverside park that features George washing tons little red light house which is gorgeous away from city noise and smells great for cycling, running and especially tennis! Please inform your reporter there is way more to NYC on the island of manhattan alone then the box he tried to conform the five Boroughs into. There's at least five in Brooklyn he left out three in queens...

Helen P

@Rox In The Heights! AGREE!!! If I could like this a thousands times I would. I live in the Heights and it's so short sighted to leave us out. Inwood as well. 

Crystal

I agree about the UWS guide needing to be added. There is life above Harlem I promise! I vote for a guide for Washington Heights/Inwood!

Eric

Hmmmm...I guess the Upper West Side's not a neighborhood accorinding to TONY, so a neigborhood guide isn't needed. That's too bad; a lot of us on the UWS read the magazine. Very curious.....

Deb Durocer

Upper West Side? seems an odd area to leave out?

Diane

ummm, Greenwich Village? A necessary addition

Zane

Id be more than happy to assist in putting together the Ft Greene/ Clinton Hill guide. Drop me a line and I'll get the ball rolling for you ASAP!

MIna

what will it take to have Bed stuy Neighborhood guide listed here? thank you