FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
Tucked on the west side, south of Canal Street, residential TriBeCa (the Triangle Below Canal Street) has a quieter vibe than most other Manhattan neighborhoods. Walk the photogenic streets, especially the stretch of Federal rowhouses on Harrison Street, and you’ll understand why so many celebrities own apartments here. The two-block-long Staple Street, with its connecting overhead walkway, is a
favorite of urban cinematographers. Although TriBeCa's money is often hidden behind grand cast-iron facades, you can get a taste of it at posh neighborhood restaurants, cocktail bars, and boutiques, or at the star-studded TriBeCa Film Festival in spring.
In less than a generation, Brooklyn has transformed into a global capital of culture and creativity. This happening New York City borough across...
Chelsea long ago usurped SoHo as the epicenter of New York contemporary art galleries, but the opening of the High Line above 10th Avenue gave...