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Why I love NYC

The best of each neighborhood: restaurants, bars, shops clubs and more.

Astoria
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Astoria

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Belmont, Bronx
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Belmont, Bronx

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Brooklyn Heights
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Brooklyn Heights

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Chelsea
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Chelsea

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ChoHo (the intersection of Chinatown, Soho and Little Italy)
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ChoHo (the intersection of Chinatown, Soho and Little Italy)

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Dumbo
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Dumbo

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East Village
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East Village

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Fort Greene
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Fort Greene

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Greenpoint
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Greenpoint

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Jackson Heights
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Jackson Heights

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Long Island City
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Long Island City

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Lower East Side
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Lower East Side

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Midtown
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Midtown

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Nolita and Little Italy
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Nolita and Little Italy

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Parkchester
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Parkchester

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Park Slope
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Park Slope

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Prospect Heights
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Prospect Heights

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Red Hook
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Red Hook

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Snug Harbor
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Snug Harbor

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Spanish Harlem
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Spanish Harlem

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Sunnyside
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Sunnyside

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Upper East Side
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Upper East Side

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Upper West Side
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Upper West Side

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Washington Heights
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Washington Heights

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West Village
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West Village

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Williamsburg
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Williamsburg

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Jenny
Jenny

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Benjamin
Benjamin

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