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Murray Hill stretches roughly from about 30th to 40th streets between 5th and 3rd avenues and is a mix of high-rises, restaurants, and bars filled mostly with a postcollege crowd. The small but solid enclave of Little India (also known as Curry Hill), primarily around Lexington and 28th Street, is a good area to sample authentic cuisine and shop for traditional clothing and other goods in a handful
of boutiques. Farther north a few side streets are tree-lined and townhouse-filled with some high-profile haunts, including the Morgan Library and Museum with its vast book stacks and rare manuscripts. But perhaps the biggest reason to visit this neighborhood is to see New York's biggest icon, the Empire State Building.
Brooklyn is changing rapidly, and it has been for a while. Hardly Manhattan's wimpy sidekick, this is the largest and most populous of all the...
Most of Chelsea’s art galleries are found from about 20th to 27th streets, primarily between 10th and 11th avenues. The range of contemporary...