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Rooftop Bars in New York with the Best Drink Deals

Rooftop Bars in New York with the Best Drink Deals

In a city where space is at a premium, the rooftop bar is as much necessity as it is a treat. But oh, what a treat. It’s nearly impossible to argue with the blissful combination that is city views, sparkling sun and drink in hand. All that said, luxury comes with a price, and many » Read more

New York: 6 cafes, bars and chocolatiers to warm you up this winter

New York: 6 cafes, bars and chocolatiers to warm you up this winter

It’s easy to shy away from New York City during the cold months of January and February. While temperatures are low and days are often gray, these months are also home to some of the cheapest hotel rates of the year. Stretch your budget by visiting during the depth of winter, and keep warm with » Read more

New York: 5 bars with great happy hours

New York: 5 bars with great happy hours

By Desiree Browne in New York— New Yorkers love their “happy hours,” that delightful window of time before dinner when many bars and restaurants drop their prices on wine, beer and cocktails in an attempt to lure in the post-work crowds. Happy hours can be found throughout New York on every work night, but we » Read more

New York: 5 cool bars with games

New York: 5 cool bars with games

By Desiree Browne in New York— There are nights in New York City when you want to drink and there are nights when you want to have a drink. On those quieter evenings, skip the hip bar and lounge crowds and consider a bar where you can relax with a friend or two and even » Read more

New York: The 3 best dumpling shops in Chinatown

New York: The 3 best dumpling shops in Chinatown

By Craig Nelson in New York— For the ultimate culinary adventure, nothing beats eating your way through New York’s Chinatown. Not only is it good for your stomach (at least most of the time), it also works wonders on your wallet. Here’s the only challenge: with hundreds of places to choose from, how can a » Read more

New York Bakeries: The great cupcake taste-off

New York Bakeries: The great cupcake taste-off

By Suzanne Russso in New York— We’ve heard the odd rumor that the cupcake is on its way out, but it doesn’t seem like New York is edging out those bites of happiness-with-sprinkles-on-top any time soon. In fact, new cupcake shops just keep popping up, which introduces the sweet freak’s dilemma: Where to get your » Read more

New York: A downtown Irish pub crawl

New York: A downtown Irish pub crawl

By Suzanne Russo in New York— Ah, March. You signify spring and longer days—and St. Patrick’s Day. And here in New York we love our Irish holiday almost as much as we love our Irish bars (and the Irish booze that’s served in them). And so, Cheapos, we bring you a downtown Irish pub crawl, » Read more

Warm up with New York’s best hot chocolate

Warm up with New York’s best hot chocolate

By Suzanne Russo in New York— Winter. Gusty, chilly, bone-numbing winter—this writer is not a big fan. Don’t get me wrong: Those first frosty days are magical, the snow beautiful. But this time of year, I’ve about had it with the crazy wind tunnels created by those incredible buildings I love so much. In New York, » Read more

Finding authentic European treats in New York

Finding authentic European treats in New York

By Nicole Puhl in New York— Remember that amazing tiramisu you had in Rome? How about that chocolate éclair in Paris? Given New York’s international nature, you don’t have to hop a plane across the pond to rediscover your favorite international sweets. There are plenty of sweet shops around the city to satisfy a traveler’s » Read more

New York: The best bars with games

New York: The best bars with games

By Nicole Puhl in New York— With football season fully underway in New York, many sports fans flock to bars several nights each week to watch college and professional teams fight for glory. Though simply watching sporting events has its appeal, New York is home to many game bars that allow you to showcase your » Read more

New York: Five Delicious (and Cheap) Brunch Spots

New York: Five Delicious (and Cheap) Brunch Spots

Ah, brunch. Here in Gotham this midday meal is as beloved a weekly ritual as the Sunday New York Times. But, as with all rituals, there is a proper way to do brunch. Your recipe for the perfect New York brunch goes something like this: a sprinkling of ambiance mixed with a dash of patience » Read more

New York: Why we love McSorley’s Old Ale House

New York: Why we love McSorley’s Old Ale House

McSorley’s Old Ale House in New York’s East Village is hardly a hidden gem. Given its status as New York’s “oldest continuously operated saloon,” most guidebooks recommend a visit and the weekend lines tend to trail out the front door. And if you visit during peak hours you’ll have a hard time finding a spot to sit, » Read more

New York Cheap Eat: Our favorite street food

New York Cheap Eat: Our favorite street food

It’s not always easy to find cheap eats in bustling cities like New York. Thankfully, the Big Apple does benefit from some of the least pricey and easiest-to-find fare. All you have to do is hit the streets! Here’s a little bit about our favorite vendor, to get your appetite started: Soho street meat Cheapo note: » Read more

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