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New York Dining

Thanks to its culturally rich population, travelers can visit New York City and end up getting a taste of dozens of nations. You’ll also enjoy New York staples like pastrami sandwiches, black and white cookies, Eggs Benedict and pizza. And when it comes to fine dining, nobody does it better than NYC.

  • Coffee and bagels: Whether a lifelong New Yorker or a first-time visitor, everyone must start their day in the Big Apple with coffee and a bagel. You can go the simple route with a cup of black, plain bagel and cream cheese, or try an exotic coffee blend with an “everything” bagel and lox.
  • NYC street food: For all its Michelin-starred restaurants and fusion cuisine, the locals still favor street vendors in their hearts and stomachs. Look to practically any corner in Manhattan and you’ll be able to get an old-fashioned hot dog or a slice of true New York pizza heated right in front of you.
  • High-class gastronomy: When it comes to fine dining, New York City tends to be the first name that comes to people’s minds. Whether celebrating a special occasion or simply enjoying a romantic night out, visitors can savor haute cuisine throughout Manhattan from the most distinguished chefs in the world, from the Upper East and West Sides down to Greenwich and the East Village. Needless to say, reservations are recommended.
  • Theater district dining: Whether before or after attending a Broadway play, your appetite will most likely require your attention. There are over a hundred restaurants in the theater district to choose from, serving everything from authentic Italian to sinfully good New York cheesecake.
  • Diversity in Queens: If there’s one borough that showcases the diversity of New York City’s cuisine, it’s Queens. Head to Astoria for savory Greek gyros; in Forest Hills you’ll find Jewish and Russian delicacies; and Jackson Heights spices things up with Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi staples.
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Iberostar 70 Park Avenue

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Iberostar 70 Park Avenue

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