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7 days, 6 nights (?) New York Itinerary 1. Empire State Building
Observation Deck
2. Madison Square Garden
3. Museum of Sex
4. Grand Central Terminal
5. Food on Foot Tours
6. Food Options Chelsea & the Garment District Upper West Side - Central Park New York - Day 3 LOWER MANHATTAN New York - Day 4 BROOKLYN AREA New York - Day 6 New York - Day #1 $352 - August 7 - 16 Times Square Area 1. Arrive in New York LAX to JFK-- 4:08pm (LA) - 12:29am (NY) Departing: JFK to LAX -- 5:oopm (NY) - 10:08pm (LA) $364 - LAX to JFK -- 11:30pm (LA) - 7:55am (NY) Departing: JFK to LAX -- 6:20am (NY) - 10:58am (LA) NBC STUDIO TOUR Important: New York Pass "Over 80 New York Attractions With Free Entry For New York Pass Holders!" Discover the
brilliant history
behind the art,
design and
architecture of
TOUR New York - Cab Fare Important: - Minimum taxi fare is $2.50.- Additional charges are $0.40 per 1/5 of a mile (at or above 6 mph) or for 2 minutes of time stopped or traveling below 6 mph.
- The night-time surcharge is $0.50 for rides beginning from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m.
- The peak hour weekday surcharge is $1.00 and is charged for rides from 4 - 8 p.m. weekdays. There is no additional charge for luggage and no per passenger surcharge.
- Any tolls during the ride are the responsibility of the passenger, in addition to the metered fare.
- If the driver uses E-ZPass to pay the fare (transponder on the front windshield) the passenger pays the reduced E-ZPass fare.
- Flat fares from JFK to Manhattan are $45: there is no night surcharge and the meter does not need to be run.
- There is a $15 surcharge for fares to Newark Airport, in addition to return tolls.- Some, but not all, New York taxis currently accept credit cards, though processing can be slow. BOWLMOR LANES
TIMES SQUARE 1. Bowlmor Lanes Times Square
2. Top of the Rock Observation
3. Rockefeller Center Tour
4. NBC Studio Tour
5. Museum of Modern Art
6. Broadway Plays
7. Food Options http://www.bowlmor.com/ This New York City themed bowling palace takes bowling to the next level with 50 lanes in 7 NYC inspired Lounges. The New York Pass entitles you to one FREE game of bowling and a FREE shoe rental. Experience breathtaking views of New York City and beyond. Step on one of the for a thrilling ride to the TOP, an open air, 360-degree view from the 80th floor outdoor deck. TOP OF THE ROCK
OBSERVATION DECK glass ceiling sky shuttles The New York Pass grants free admission! 8am - 12midnight
**Last elevator up at 11pm http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Top-of-the-Rock/ Opening Times: http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Rockefeller-Center-Tour/ New York
Pass grants free
admission! Opening Times: Tours depart hourly
10am-7pm (except 6pm) http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/NBC-Studio-Tour/ New York Pass You will have the opportunity to enter and visit some of our most famous NBC studios such as SNL, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and The Today Show! grants free admission Opening Times: Mon-Thurs 8:30am-5:30pm
Fri-Sat 8:30am-6:30pm
Sun 9:15am-4:30pm
**Tours depart every 15 mins
** Reservations are required Collection highlights include paintings by modern masters such as Vincent Van Gogh,
Claude Monet and Jackson
(MoMA) New York Pass http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Museum-of-Modern-Art-MoMA/ grants free admission! Opening Times: Sat-Mon, Wed 10:30am-5:30pm
Thurs-Fri 10am-8:00pm

** FAST TRACK ENTRY http://www.broadway.com/shows/book-mormon/ BROADWAY SHOWS "The Book of Mormon follows two young missionaries who are sent to Uganda to try to convert citizens to the Mormon religion. One missionary, Elder Price, is an enthusiastic go-getter with a strong dedication to his faith, while his partner, Elder Cunningham, is a socially awkward but well meaning nerd whose tendency to embroider the truth soon lands him in trouble. Upon their arrival in Africa, Elders Price and Cunningham learn that in a society plagued by AIDS, poverty and violence, a successful mission may not be as easy as they expected." The Book of Mormon CHEAPEST TIX:
Face Value: $169.00 Fees: $54.93
**Times vary every day http://www.broadway.com/shows/wicked/ The untold musical story of The Wizard of Oz’s Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good... before Dorothy dropped in. Based on the imaginative Gregory Maguire novel, Wicked takes a fantasy journey through the unseen side of Oz, sharing a tale of unexpected friendship and love. Wicked the Musical CHEAPEST TIX:
Face Value: $106 Fees: $34.78
**Times vary every day Spider-man Turn Off The Dark http://www.broadway.com/shows/spider-man-turn-off-the-dark/ Drawing from over 40 years of Marvel comic books for inspiration, Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark spins a new take on the mythic tale of a young man propelled from a modest rowhouse in Queens to the sky-scraping spire of the Chrysler Building, the bustling offices of the Daily Bugle, through the dizzying canyons of Manhattan, The musical follows the story of teenager Peter Parker, whose unremarkable life is turned upside-down—literally—when he’s bitten by a genetically altered spider and wakes up the next morning clinging to his bedroom ceiling. This bullied science-geek—suddenly endowed with astonishing powers—soon learns, however, that with great power comes great responsibility as villains test not only his physical strength but also his strength of character. New York Pass saves over $30.00 for this show.
Promo code is in the guidebook! CHEAPEST TIX:
Face Value: $79.00 Fees: $25.68
** Times vary every day FOOD OPTIONS The smart card records when and where you first use your Pass, as well as how long the Pass will remain valid. This means your Pass is activated the moment that you first use it at an attraction or service.

Your New York Pass is then valid for the number of days that you've purchased - be it 1, 2, 3 or 7 days. It is important to note that a ‘day’ is based on a calendar day, not a 24 hour period.

The New York Pass is valid for use on consecutive days only. You can visit each attraction just once with the New York Pass. At the end of your validity period, the pass will expire and will no longer allow access to attractions. If, for example, you used a three day pass for the first time on Monday, your pass will cease working at the end of Wednesday, regardless of how often you have used it in between.

As well as free entry, the New York Pass allows you to skip long lines at some of the busiest tourist attractions. Simply look for the New York Pass signs and show the attendant your New York Pass - they will swipe your card through the New York Pass machine and you will be allowed entrance http://www.macchiatocafe.com/ Price Range: $$ COFFEES from $1.90 to $5.70
PASTRIES from $1.40 to $4.50
SALADS from $8.25 to $9.95
SANDWICHES from $7.50 to $8.95 Shake Shack Located in Times Square!!!! http://www.shakeshack.com/location/theater-district/ Price Range: $$ BURGERS from $5.70 to $8.85
HOT DOGS from $3.00 to $4.50
FRIES from $2.70 to $3.70
SHAKES, ICE CREAM and more! FOOD OPTIONS Planet Hollywood http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Planet-Hollywood/ Price Range: $$$ New York Pass entitles you to $10 discount at Planet Hollywood. SALADS from $14.79 to $19.99
PASTAS from $15.99 to $19.49
PIZZAS from $13.99 to $14.99
BURGERS from $12.49 to 16.99 If we visit at least 7 attractions within the 7 days, we'll make use of our pass! 1. Bowlmor Lanes -
2. Top of the Rock -
3. Rockefeller Tour -
4. NBC Studio Tour -
5. MoMA -
6. Broadway Plays -
7. Food Options - APPROXIMATE MONEY SPENT FREE w/ NY Pass FREE w/ NY Pass FREE w/ NY Pass FREE w/ NY Pass FREE w/ NY Pass $104.68 - $223.93 $10 to $25/per person $114.68 - $248.93 New York - Day 2 http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Grand-Central-Terminal-Audio-Tour/ GRAND CENTRAL
TERMINAL http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Food-on-Foot-Tours/ FOOD ON
FOOT TOURS EMPIRE STATE BUILDING OBSERVATION DECK http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Empire-State-Building-Observation-Deck/ Here you are treated to breathtaking panoramas across the rooftops, avenues and byways of the New York Metropolitan areas, to as far away as four neighboring states. New York Pass grants free admission to the 86th
Floor Observatory. Entrance to the 102nd
Floor Observatory is available for an additional fee. Opening Times: Monday - Sunday: 08:00am - 02:00 am.
**To avoid crowds, visit before 11:00am. SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE! To enter the Saturday Night Live ticket lottery for the upcoming 2012-2013 season send an email in the month of August -_______- So instead, we could... Stand-by tickets are distributed at 7am on the 49th st. side of 30 Rockefeller Plaza on the mornings of the show. You may choose a stand-by ticket for either the 8pm dress rehearsal or the 11:30pm live broadcast. Aside from minimal, necessary breaks, all stand-by line members must remain in line at all times. Stand-by tickets are limited to one per person and are issued on a first-come, first-served basis. Every member of the line is required to present a valid photo ID when the ticket is issued, as well as at the return time. Please note that all tickets are non-transferable and non-exchangeable. NBC staff reserves the right to revoke or not issue any ticket to anyone in line if proper procedures are not followed. Please arrive no later than 7:15pm for the dress rehearsal or 10:45pm for the live show. A stand-by ticket does not guarantee admission . http://www.nbc.com/tickets/ MADISON SQUARE
GARDEN MUSEUM OF SEX http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/The-Museum-of-Sex/ The mission of the Museum of Sex is to preserve and present the history, evolution and cultural significance of human sexuality. Don’t miss the fun gift shop! The new OralFix Bar that sells an assortment of drinks and snacks is now open. New York Pass grants free admission Sun-Thurs 10am-8pm,
**last ticket sold at 7:15.
Fri-Sat 10am-9pm,
**last ticket sold at 8:15pm. http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/how-it-works/ In 1913, Cornelius Vanderbilt created a colossal, 49-acre “city within a city” of concrete, steel, and limestone called Grand Central Terminal. With its majestic vaulted Sky Ceiling, a series of Roman-inspired ramps and 60-ft. arched windows, the Beaux Arts terminal is one of the busiest and most beautiful train stations in the world. New York Pass entitles you to one “Official” self-guided Audio Tour of Grand Central Terminal. Opening Times: 9:00am - 6:00pm daily Experience a culture you must experience its cuisine and since New York is the melting pot of the world its vast array of cuisines is its shared culture. New York Pass 1 free Food On Foot Tour worth $49 and a $25 rate on additional tours as well. Available Tours - 1 per Pass
- International Express Tour
- Food Fast Tour
- Midtown Mix Tour
- East Village Variety Tour
- World Famous Sweet Tooth Tour
...and other selected tour Macchiato Espresso Bar Dans Le Noir Dinner in the total darkness, guided and served by blind people, is a unique experience that changes our perception of the worldly reversing points of view. http://newyork.danslenoir.com/ http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/discounts/Dans-Le-Noir/ **"At Dans le Noir, we do not ask you what you would like to eat, but rather what you cannot eat. We consider all your dietary requirements when taking the order. Thanks to these precautions, every visitor can explore the adventure and enjoy the great excitement of our Surprise Menus."** New York Pass entitles $10 off purchase from a selection of menus. 1. Empire State Building
Observation Deck
2. Madison Square Garden
3. Museum of Sex
4. Grand Central Terminal
5. Food on Foot Tours
6. Food Options - $9.50 - $69.00+ APPROXIMATE MONEY SPENT $69.00 + (8.875% NYC TAX AND 20% GRATUITY) FREE w/ NY Pass FREE w/ NY Pass FREE w/ NY Pass FREE w/ NY Pass FREE w/ NY Pass Madison Square Garden has been a centerpiece of New York City, offering the ultimate experience in sports and entertainment. The All Access Tour is your ticket to go behind the scenes at “The World’s Most Famous Arena”. New York Pass http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Madison-Square-Garden-All-Access-Tour/ grants you free admission to the Tour. Opening Times Open 7 days per week: 11:00am - 3:00pm
**Tour content and schedule subject to change without notice. $69.00+ 1. Central Park Bicycle Rentals & Tours
2. Belvedere Castle Tour
3. Rock & Roll Tour
4. Strawberry Fields
5. Food Options CENTRAL PARK BICYCLE RENTALS & TOURS http://www.centralpark.com/events/show/562/the-castle-and-its-kingdom-tour BELVEDERE
CASTLE TOUR http://rockaroundtheblocktours.com/Rock_Around_the_Block_Tours/Upper_West_Side_Tour.html ROCK 'N ROLL TOUR http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/American-Museum-of-Natural-History/ FRIENDS BUILDING
APARTMENT LEVAIN BAKERY FOOD OPTIONS http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Central-Park-Bicycle-Rentals-Tours/ Grab a Discovery Kit and go Birdwatching in the woodland Ramble! They are available for FREE with two forms of ID. Its fun for all ages! Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays from 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Opening Times Call 212-772-0210 for more information or directions. See the beautiful Central Park with New York’s original bicycle experts! Leisurely visit Central Park’s famous landmarks on a guided tour or explore on your own with a free bike rental. Central Park Bike Tours also offers tours of Harlem and the Brooklyn Bridge. New York Pass grants you a FREE 9am Central Park Bike Tour or a 3-Hour Bike Rental. Tours run daily in April at 10:00am and from May to October at 9:00am.*No reservations required, first come first served.
Store hours 9:00am - 6:30pm.
*Free 3 hr. Bike Rentals Rock 'n roll romances, heartbreaking tragedy and record-shattering success: it all happened on the Upper West Side. See where the careers of The Ramones, Police and Talking Heads were launched. Visit The Dakota, where John Lennon lived and died, and Strawberry Fields, his living memorial. On this two-hour walking tour of the Upper West Side, you will see where some of the most important rock hits were born, learn about the talented and driven people who made the music come alive Prices are unavailable at this time. MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY Journey through the universe in the spectacular Rose Center for Earth and Space. Walk though a re-creation of an African rain forest in the Hall of Biodiversity. New York Pass grants you free admission to the Museum and Rose Center. Tickets to the Space Show are available at a reduced rate. Museum is open 7 days per week: 10:00 – 5:45. On Fridays, Rose Center is open until 8:45. Exterior shots of the apartment building featured in Friends were taken of this building which is located on the corner of Grove and Bedford in Greenwich Village. New York - Day 5 GREENWICH VILLAGE 1. Washington Square Park
2. Greenwich Village Walking Tour
3. "Friends" Building Apartment
4. Flatiron Building
5. Visit NYU
6. The Highline
7. Food Options New York - Day 7 LOWER EAST SIDE http://www.nycgo.com/venues/levain-bakery Lunchtime means cookietime. At Levain Bakery the cookies are so huge, they might as well be lunch. These massive mounds stay underdone in the middle, making them a boon to cookie-dough lovers. Don"t miss the lush, brownielike double-chocolate number. http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Wall-Street-Walks/ WALL STREET
WALK 1. 9/11 Memorial
2. Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Cruise
3. The Skyscraper Museum
4. Cinnamon Snail
5. Wall Street Walks http://www.nycgo.com/slideshows/must-see-washington-square WASHINGTON
SQUARE PARK GREENWICH VILLAGE WALKING TOUR http://nymag.com/listings/attraction/flatiron-building/ FLATIRON BUILDING http://www.nyu.edu/admissions/undergraduate-admissions/visit-us.html VISIT NEW YORK
UNIVERSITY http://www.thehighline.org/ THE HIGHLINE http://www.pastisny.com/ FOOD OPTIONS It's bustling, filled with 24-hour dining, shopping, nightlife and arts, but still cozy, with ample greenery and architecture that's more low-rise brownstones than high-rise office buildings. Neighborhood institutions Bleecker Street Records, Bleecker Bob's and Disc-O-Rama are all overstuffed emporiums where it isn't hard to lose an afternoon digging through crates. Vegetarians—and plenty of others, rest assured—love Mamoun's, late-night purveyor of falafel sandwiches. Even if the line is out the door, you won't wait more than a couple of minutes! WASHINGTON
SQUARE PARK Located at the former site of the Waverly Cinema, the IFC Center is a perfect fit for its artistically minded neighborhood Vegetarian Paradise 2 and Red Bamboo on West 4th Street dish out vegetarian fare of the indulgent mock-meat variety. Dishes like "Peking Spare Ribs" and "Creole Soul Chicken" may not contain any actual flesh, but they are quite hearty—and are perfect comfort food for those who don't eat the real stuff. The Village Vanguard, which opened in 1935, is regarded by music fans around the world as the quintessential City jazz club. While the venue originally catered to folk acts and poetry readings, it became the hub of the jazz music scene in the late 1950s due to superb acoustics credited to the basement room's distinctive triangular shape. See and experience the Historic Washington Square Park, A cul-de-sac in Manhattan, the SDS Bomb Factory, Bigelow Pharmacy, the homes of Mark Twain and his “next door neighbor”, Emma Lazarus, the 2nd oldest Jewish cemetery in North America, the First Presbyterian Church and many more! New York Pass entitles you free admission to this walking tour. http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Lets-Take-a-Village/ Opening Times: Monday, Friday-Sunday at 1:30pm **Book tix in advance A striking triangular sliver, this Ladies’ Mile landmark fans outwards from 23rd to 22nd Sts., with its rounded, prow-like front measuring only six feet across. Named after the Fuller Construction Company, the “Fuller Building” quickly took on the Flatiron moniker, a nod to the building’s resemblance to an old-fashioned flat iron. NYU is located in the heart of New York City's famed Greenwich Village. Our campus surrounds Washington Square Park, and is woven into a neighborhood of charming row houses and cobblestone streets that are dotted with outdoor cafes and unique shops. The High Line is a public park built on an historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. It is owned by the City of New York, and maintained and operated by Friends of the High Line. Daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM Opening Times: Access to the High Line is possible via any of the access points listed below.
Gansevoort Street14th Street (elevator access)West 16th Street (elevator access)West 18th StreetWest 20th StreetWest 26th Street
West 28th Street
West 30th Street (elevator access) Magnolia Bakery Pastis - 9th avenue Pastis is a French bistro located in Manhattan's meatpacking district opened by Keith McNally. The bar serves a range of house cocktails, wines by the glass, carafe or bottle, and several varieties of pastis, an anise-flavored aperitif from the south of France. Price Range $$$$ SANDWICHES from $16-$24
ENTREES from $23-$38
PASTAS from $$19-$22
BREAKFAST from $13-$27
COCKTAILS from $13-14 http://www.magnoliabakery.com/ Price Range: $$ CUPCAKES $3.50 each
PIES $5 slice / $8 Mini Pie / $24 9" Pie
COOKIES from $1 to $3.50
MUFFINS $2.75 each
BROWNIES from $2.50 to $3 1. Beauty and Essex
2. New Museum
3. New York’s Insiders Shopping
4. Just Desserts
5. Landmark Sunshine Cinema
6. Cake Shop http://www.beautyandessex.com/ BEAUTY & ESSEX http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/New-Museum/ NEW MUSEUM http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/New-York-Insiders-Shopping-Tour/ NEW YORK INSIDER'S
SHOPPING TOUR http://www.nycgo.com/slideshows/must-see-lower-east-side/3/?pid=slideshow_arrow JUST DESSERTS http://www.nycgo.com/venues/landmark-sunshine-cinema LANDMARK SUNSHINE
CINEMA Doughnut Plant Doughnut Plant has opened outposts in Japan and Korea and expanded its menu to include churros and "cake" doughnuts (which have a different texture than the standard versions), as well as homemade jelly. Varieties include crème brûlée, tres leches, passion fruit, and peanut butter and blackberry jam. Economy Candy The overstuffed emporium is a Willy Wonka fantasy come true—from the ol'-timey classic confections (Atomic FireBall! Pez!) to popular candy, kosher sweets, halvah, Turkish delight, by-the-pound goodies and even sugar-free options. Larger and more comfortable than some of the other independent New York movie houses, the Sunshine, which resides in a building constructed in 1898, boasts five theaters (three with stadium seating), a Japanese rock garden and a concession stand with surprisingly good caramel popcorn and espresso. http://www.nycgo.com/venues/cake-shop CAKE SHOP Cake Shop could quite possibly be the ideal space for music-loving coffee fans. Here, you can shop for vinyl, sip your hot beverage of choice, check your email at no charge, scarf down a slice of pie and catch live performances from up-and-coming bands—all without leaving the building or even paying a cover charge (if you're lucky). Beauty & Essex nods to this past while shaping the future. Opened in December by the team behind Stanton Street Social, it offers bouncers, glamour and a hint of subterfuge. The 10,000-square-foot club has a proper lounge and an expansive second floor with dramatic lighting. Founded in 1977, the New Museum is New York City’s premier destination for contemporary art. A site of ongoing experimentation and questioning of what art and institutions can be in the 21st century, the New Museum continues to break new ground and look to the future through programming that is open, fearless, and alive. New York Pass grants you free general admission to the New Museum. Opening Times: Wednesday through Sunday from 12:00 noon – 6:00 pm with extended evening hours Thursday nights from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The Museum is closed on Monday and Tuesday. Shop in New York’s hippest neighborhoods, where celebrities get their fashionable style. This tour offers high-end boutique shopping with bargain hunting and is for all visitors who want to experience NYC shopping like a local. Highlights include trendy shopping, beautiful and historic architecture, unique boutiques, NYC trivia and celebrity gossip. The tour ends at a high-end dessert or chocolate shop for an optional sweet treat. Opening Times: Tours depart Fridays at 10am. New York Pass entitles you Free entry to the tour. Cinnamon Snail food truck can be found at Wall and Water Streets on Tuesdays, serving organic vegan and vegetarian breakfasts and sandwiches. CINNAMON SNAIL http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Tribute-WTC-Visitor-Center/ 9/11 TRIBUTE
CENTER http://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-attractions/tickets/Statue-of-Liberty/ STATUE OF
LIBERTY CRUISE http://www.newyorkpass.com/Fr/new-york-attractions/tickets/the-skyscraper-Museum/ SKYSCRAPER
MUSEUM New York Pass Opening Times: Wednesday - Sunday: 12:00 to 6:00 p.m. entitles you to free access to the museum. With Manhattan skyline and the view of New York Harbor at the door, the Skyscraper Museum is located on a site of extraordinary beauty and rich history. New York Pass grants you FREE admission. Opening Times: Monday: 10:00am - 6:00pm Tuesday: 12:00pm - 6:00pm Wednesday - Saturday: 10:00am - 6:00pm Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm The 9/11 Tribute Center offers visitors a historic timeline, celebrates the community, honors the aftermath of rescue and recovery, shares a personal memorial tribute from 9/11 families. Our harbor cruises offer a terrific overview and a chance to orient yourself, while learning about New York City’s history and architecture. Departure Days: 10:00am, 10:45am, 11:30am, 12:15pm, 1:00pm, 1:45pm, 2:30pm, 3:15pm, 4:00pm, 4:45pm New York Pass entitles a free round-trip ferry ticket and allows you to skip the ticket purchase line by presenting your Pass at the Eastern National bookstore inside Castle Clinton National Monument to receive your ticket for the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island ferry. http://www.cinnamonsnail.com/ On the History of Wall Street (Stock Market history) tour, get a behind-the-scenes look at the largest, most watched financial exchange in the world. Hear riveting stories about the birth of the stock market and its rise to power. New York Pass grants a free tour of Wall Street. Tour Times: Monday and Wednesday at 11am. Friday and Saturday at 1pm. **Reservations Required! 1. Coney Island
2. Tontonno's Pizza
3. Brooklyn Bridge
4. Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain
5. DUMBO http://www.coneyislandpark.com/ CONEY ISLAND http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/3/41956/restaurant/NYC/Coney-Island/Totonnos-Brooklyn A medieval crust, a sloppy splash of sauce, and the sweetest, freshest mozzarella make the pie at this famous pizza shack the best of its coal-oven kind by a wide margin. The occasional pizzaiolo outburst, the casual policy concerning store hours (open until the dough runs out), and the no-frills, airplane-wine-bottle selection only add to the charm. http://www.brooklynbridgepark.org/ BROOKLYN BRIDGE http://www.nycgo.com/venues/brooklyn-farmacy-soda-fountain BROOKLYN FARMACY
& SODA FOUNTAIN http://www.nycgo.com/slideshows/must-see-dumbo/1/?pid=slideshow_arrow DUMBO TOTONNO'S PIZZERIA Note: Totonno's only serves pizza by the pie.
Totonno's is open on Mondays and Tuesdays from noon to 8 p.m. on days when the Brooklyn Cyclones have home games. Classic Rides:
Print at Home tix:
After 4pm Discount:
$7.95 and many more! Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy offer a diverse and exciting array of public programs and activities that make the most of its glorious setting, varied amenities and unique park features. Step back into the past at the vintage soda fountain in this former pharmacy, where old-fashioned drugs are still on display. The sodajerks actually do a thoroughly modern take on authentic Brooklyn-style egg creams, and shelves are stocked with sundry locally made grocery items and penny candy. Ice cream, which comes from Adirondack Creamery, can be dressed up with crumbled hard pretzels, toasted pecans, caramel or hot fudge. Translated from the Japanese, "Zakka" means the design phenomenon of seeing the beauty in something mundane. Fitting, then, that this shop and artists' space carries a huge selection of T-shirts, books and motion graphics dedicated to all things creative, from the mundane to the extraordinary. Jacques Torres Chocolate. Formerly an award-winning pastry chef at renowned NYC restaurant Le Cirque, the self-proclaimed “Mr. Chocolate” has whipped up a sweet paradise for cocoa bean lovers at his eponymous shops. The Brooklyn Park designed with hay-bale-size boulders, scrubby knolls of sand and an arc of amphitheater seating, offers postcard-worthy East River views spanning from Lower Manhattan to the Williamsburg Bridge and beyond. SAN DOMENICO FOOD OPTIONS http://www.sd26ny.com/ LUNCH MENU:
Two Course $28
Extra Course $12
LA Carte from $10-$21
Desserts from $9-$15 DINNER MENU:
Appetizers from $12-$36
Pastas from $14-$26
Desserts from 11-15
& MORE EMPIRE HOTEL ROOFTOP http://www.nycgo.com/venues/the-empire-hotel-rooftop This rooftop hosts high-altitude shindigs year-round. The Empire has its own retractable roof, heating system and fireplace
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