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New York guide: 11 themed itineraries for exploring NYC

Creating a New York guide for every interest isn’t easy, but we’re throwing down the gauntlet with these fun days in the city.

We’ve done neighborhood guides, and we’ve done great walks. With so much territory, no one New York guide could hope to cover everything there is to see and do, but we’re whittling down the list bit by bit. These themed itineraries run the gamut from independent clothing boutiques and tiny Chinese restaurants to some of the city’s best bars and iconic attractions. Take a deep breath and get busy. Edited by Sarah Bruning

Brooklyn book shops and famous literary spots
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Brooklyn book shops and famous literary spots

Survive Barclays Center crowds: where to go to avoid the masses
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Survive Barclays Center crowds: where to go to avoid the masses

First visit to New York: non-touristy places for newbies
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First visit to New York: non-touristy places for newbies

Flushing Meadows—Corona Park: a taste of food & culture in Queens
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Flushing Meadows—Corona Park: a taste of food & culture in Queens

Alphabet City bars: a cocktail crawl of the hood's coolest bars
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Alphabet City bars: a cocktail crawl of the hood's coolest bars

Lincoln Center goes low-key: a young person’s guide to the nabe
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Lincoln Center goes low-key: a young person’s guide to the nabe

Late-night food: a Williamsburg, Brooklyn food crawl
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Late-night food: a Williamsburg, Brooklyn food crawl

Visit all five boroughs in a day: the essential highlights to see
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Visit all five boroughs in a day: the essential highlights to see

Vintage shops in NYC: the best East and West Village finds
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Vintage shops in NYC: the best East and West Village finds

Healthy New York: where to get fit and eat smart in NYC
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Healthy New York: where to get fit and eat smart in NYC

Long Island City in New York: where to go for offbeat art
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Long Island City in New York: where to go for offbeat art

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