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by Thrillist Editors

New York is one of the greatest culinary cities on the planet, and these are the must-try foods that define the New York experience. We’ve combed every corner of the five boroughs to create this comprehensive guide for the absolute best in every category. Click here for full story...

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By LUCY MEILUS

In a city overrun with food options, your biggest mistake would be winging it. Here’s an always-updated look at the biggest names on the NYC food scene right now. Hit any one of these and you can’t go wrong. Click here for full story...

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By MARGUERITE PRESTON

Dive bars, cocktail bars, beer bars, whiskey bars, historic bars, basement bars, rooftops, speakeasies -- we’ve got ‘em all. It was tough business, but we managed to narrow down the best 50. Click here for full story...

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By MARGUERITE PRESTON

The phrase “New York minute” could describe how long most restaurants manage to stay in business here. Staying power is star power, and at the top of the food chain are the empires, the landmarks, the classics that remain beloved by locals and visitors alike. Click here for full story...

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By SARA VENTIERA

One of the best things about dining out in NYC is the sheer variety of international food you might not find back home. Get a taste of Asia, Algeria, Jamaica, Russia, and Venezuela all on one island. Click here for full story...

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By PRIYA KRISHNA

Tourists often forget there are four whole boroughs besides Manhattan -- and each has bragging rights for unique restaurants and specialty foods. If you’ve got a bit of extra time, they’re well worth the subway trip. Click here for full story...

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By DAVE INFANTE

From the homestyle Korean comfort foods of Manhattan’s K-Town to the laid-back-but-seriously-delicious beach eats that sustain the surfers at Rockaway Beach, here are six New York food communities you want to be a part of. Click for full story...

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By JP HOWLEY

Perhaps no other American city makes it so easy to squander your money and time. Keep these key things in mind so you don’t get lost, run over, or yelled at. Click for full story...

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By THRILLIST

There’s a critical system of etiquette that brings order to this city’s chaos, so study up, lest you be the recipient of death-glares and verbal insults. Click for full story...

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By BRANDON K. THORP

To see what actually gives New York City the right to call itself the Greatest City on Earth, go to the places where you would want to live. They exist. And to find them, ask yourself what you really, truly love. Click for full story...

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By MELISSA KRAVITZ

Some of the sites in your pocket guide are there for good reason; others are just godforsaken tourist cesspools that locals detest with the fire of 1,000 suns. Here’s how to know what’s truly worth your time, and how to do ‘em right. Click here for full article...

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By Thrillist Travel

We polled real NY-ers for their favorite things to do in the city and deep-cut recommendations. These are the places we go to kick off our most memorable New York days and nights. Click here for full article...

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By THRILLIST

Yes, free things do exist here! You’re in the No. 2 most expensive city in America (sup, San Fran?) but that doesn’t mean you have to go into credit card debt just to have fun here. Click here for full article...

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory | Joan Marcus
By SAMMY NICKALLS

Not every Broadway ticket costs as much as Hamilton. Here’s how cheapskates wangle their way into those lower mezzanine seats. Click here for full article...

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By ROXANNE FEQUIERE

Skip the riffraff and go for the actually cool boutiques and local outlets you can’t get back home. Click here for full article...