Even a frequent visitor to New York City can be overwhelmed by all of the memorable, delicious, and quirky treasures to discover in the greatest city on the planet. This insider guide helps everyone—from the first-timer to the seasoned local—cut through the clutter with 100 astounding adventures, off-beat treats, and historically significant must-see sites in all parts of the city. You’ll be inspired to get out and explore the city by paddling a kayak in the Hudson River or dancing outdoors under the stars in Lincoln Center. Attend Amateur Night at the Apollo, where stars including Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder launched their careers. Find your ancestors at Ellis Island and see the iconic Statue of Liberty in a whole new light. Need recommendations for where to dine? Eat your way around the world in Queens, or check out an unexpected delight such as a restaurant staffed entirely by grandmothers. Author, journalist, and lifelong New Yorker Evelyn Kanter’s love for her hometown shines through in every word of this indispensable collection. Her itineraries, tips, and insights will make 100 Things To Do in NYC the one guidebook everybody needs.
About the Author
Evelyn Kanter is a native New Yorker with 30+ years experience as a journalist in her hometown, from being a news reporter on CBS Radio ABC Television to writing for top national publications including airline and travel magazines and local ones including the NYTimes, New York Magazine, New York Daily News and New York Post. Although she has traveled to some 100 countries, she always returns home to NYC, because there’s no place like home.