Native's Guide To New Yorkby Richard Laermer
Celebrating its fifth edition and its fifteenth anniversary, the completely updated Native's Guide to New York is still the quintessential insider's guide, "filled with the outrageous to the obvious: a must read for any New Yorker claiming to be a New Yorker" (New York Daily News). Richard Laermer "clues you in to all manner of diversions even born-and-bred locals may not know" (Los Angeles Times): where to find the best party at 5 a.m. and where to find the best bagels afterward; where to go on a date in the daytime (and where to find a date while volunteering); the best gardens and the most famous crime sites; the best places to eat alone or to play pool; and those unspoken places to avoid. Informative sidebars and indexes by both name and neighborhood help you find places easily. Laermer has an eye for what's hip and what's here to stay.
Author Biography: Richard Laermer is founder of RLM Public Relations, an entrepreneurial media relations firm based in New York.
- Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
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- Revised, Update
- Product dimensions:
- 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.93(d)
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