At one time, New York’s cultural life blossomed only between October and May, when new Broadway shows opened, museums mounted “blockbusters,” and the opera and ballet seasons got underway. But that’s all in the past. Like life itself, New York happens 24/7, without a break.
And if this is your first trip to the city, make sure to see our New York City Survival Guide, which has helpful information on taxis, subways, how to get to the city from the airport, what to wear, and more.
Hungry? Take a seat in one of Manhattan’s newest restaurants. Or if something more informal is in order (but not necessarily less expensive), get acquainted with the latest Manhattan dining trend — bar food to die for.