Ken's NY Guidebook Day 4

Ken
Ken's NY Guidebook Day 4

Food Scene

DUMBO – Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass – is one of New York’s most expensive neighborhoods. While originally this neighborhood, located between the termini of the Manhattan Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge, It is a hotbed for tech companies, art galleries, boutiques, celebrity chef restaurants, and more. It’s featured in films and TV shows as well as referenced in pop culture a lot
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Dumbo
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DUMBO – Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass – is one of New York’s most expensive neighborhoods. While originally this neighborhood, located between the termini of the Manhattan Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge, It is a hotbed for tech companies, art galleries, boutiques, celebrity chef restaurants, and more. It’s featured in films and TV shows as well as referenced in pop culture a lot
The Time Out Market in DUMBO is a new dining and culture experience curated by the team at Time Out magazine. It boasts 21 dining venues and 3 bars, as well as event space and art installations.  Cost: free Hours: First floor, 8 am to 10 pm Sunday to Thursday, open until 11 pm on Friday and Saturday. The fifth floor is open from 11 am to 11 pm Sunday to Thursday and until midnight on Friday and Saturday. Website: https://www.timeoutmarket.com/newyork/ Getting Here: the closest subway stops are the York Street (F) and the High Street Brooklyn Bridge (A, C)
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Time Out Market New York
55 Water St
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The Time Out Market in DUMBO is a new dining and culture experience curated by the team at Time Out magazine. It boasts 21 dining venues and 3 bars, as well as event space and art installations.  Cost: free Hours: First floor, 8 am to 10 pm Sunday to Thursday, open until 11 pm on Friday and Saturday. The fifth floor is open from 11 am to 11 pm Sunday to Thursday and until midnight on Friday and Saturday. Website: https://www.timeoutmarket.com/newyork/ Getting Here: the closest subway stops are the York Street (F) and the High Street Brooklyn Bridge (A, C)

Sightseeing

After a great meal at the Time Out Market, walk across the Brooklyn Bridge towards Manhattan (in the morning the sun is at your back and you can perfectly see the Manhattan skyline). If you want to do it the other way around, do the below museums in the morning and walk towards Brooklyn in the afternoon.
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Most Brookliński
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After a great meal at the Time Out Market, walk across the Brooklyn Bridge towards Manhattan (in the morning the sun is at your back and you can perfectly see the Manhattan skyline). If you want to do it the other way around, do the below museums in the morning and walk towards Brooklyn in the afternoon.
At the Manhattan terminus of the bridge is City Hall Park, a great place for people watching and one of the most vibrant green spaces in downtown Manhattan. Cost: free Hours: Daily 6 am to 12 am Website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/parks/city-hall-park Getting Here: the closest subway stops are City Hall (R, W), Chambers St (J, Z) and Brooklyn Bridge City Hall (4, 5, 6
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City Hall Park
Broadway
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At the Manhattan terminus of the bridge is City Hall Park, a great place for people watching and one of the most vibrant green spaces in downtown Manhattan. Cost: free Hours: Daily 6 am to 12 am Website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/parks/city-hall-park Getting Here: the closest subway stops are City Hall (R, W), Chambers St (J, Z) and Brooklyn Bridge City Hall (4, 5, 6
Cost: free Hours: Daily 7:30 am to 9 pm Website: https://www.911memorial.org/ Getting Here: the closest subway stops are World Trade Center (1), Cortlandt St (W), and Fulton Street (4, 5) Stations
9/11 Memorial South Pool
180 Greenwich St
Cost: free Hours: Daily 7:30 am to 9 pm Website: https://www.911memorial.org/ Getting Here: the closest subway stops are World Trade Center (1), Cortlandt St (W), and Fulton Street (4, 5) Stations
Cost: ticket prices start at $26 adults, $15 children – free with the NY Turbopass. Hours: Daily 9 am to 8 pm Sunday to Thursday, open until 9 pm on Friday and Saturday. Last entry is 2 hours prior to closing. Getting Here: the closest subway stops are World Trade Center (1), Cortlandt St (W), and Fulton Street (4, 5) Stations Travel Tip: this is a really popular exhibit, so purchase tickets online in advance
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9/11 Tribute Museum
92 Greenwich Street
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Cost: ticket prices start at $26 adults, $15 children – free with the NY Turbopass. Hours: Daily 9 am to 8 pm Sunday to Thursday, open until 9 pm on Friday and Saturday. Last entry is 2 hours prior to closing. Getting Here: the closest subway stops are World Trade Center (1), Cortlandt St (W), and Fulton Street (4, 5) Stations Travel Tip: this is a really popular exhibit, so purchase tickets online in advance