York - The City of Lights
For your Fall
escape, take a stroll through Central Park, enjoy a lake side
brunch, or just take in a Broadway show. It's all yours for the
New York offers something for everyone. From bustling Times
Square, with the blinking lights and Broadway marquees, to the
tranquility of Central Park. Or to the more intimate
sections of prewar buildings and cobblestone streets in the West
Village, which are in stark contrast to the designer stores on
Madison Avenue --offer something for everyone. Make sure that you
ask for military discounts, as most restaurants offer military
servicemembers special prices and/or services. Call each
location for more details.
Stops in New York...
Redeye Grill, 890
7th Avenue at 56th Street, T: 212-541-9000 - Great ambiance,
hospitality and gourmet food at a great value. Try their
flying shrimp, or their Dover sole and make sure you save room for
Blue Smoke, 116
E. 27th St, T: 212-447-7733 - Ask for the Blue Smoke Ale, a
local favorite and a must try.
Restaurant, 100 E. 53rs St., T: 212-751-4840- An intimate
atmosphere, offering a French cuisine, mixed with American
Broadway Joe Steak
House, 315 W. 46th St., T: 212-246-6513 - Ask for the
military discount and try their famous steaks.
Cafe Topsy &
The Irish Paddy Bar, 575 Hudson St - For a good ole Irish
plate, visit and enjoy a Budweiser with a Guinness Head. Call
ahead and ask for Happy Hour prices and/or military rates.
Hard Rock Cafe,
211 W. 57th St, T: 212-489-6565 - Enjoy a home-town favorite
with a New York twist.
Times Square, 1540 Broadway (at 45th St), T: 212-333-7837 -
Ask about the special rates for military personnel.
La Belle Epoque,
827 Broadway, T- 212-254-6463, Take a step back in time and
visit this intimate restaurant.
Discount hotels - reservation
services from HotelClub. Lowest hotel rates and exceptional
York, New York - Your My kind of Town! Travel to the
Big Apple and get the best rates in town!
Circle Line at
Pier 83 (42nd & 12th Ave.) or Pier 16 (South St.
Seaport). The best value in New York, circle around Manhattan.
If you have the time, take the full circle around the island, approximately
Building, 350 5th Ave, Suite 8004, T-212-736-3100, Go up to
the observatory and take in the city of lights from the
tallest building in New York.
Grayline Double Decker
Bus Tours - Hop on and off all double decker sightseeing buses.
Authority - The worlds most efficient transportation, of course,
with the exception of a black-out.
- 5th Ave, at 89th St, T-212-423-3500 - A New York Masterpiece,
offering great works of art and revolving art exhibits.
Frick Museum -
5th Ave and Park - Not to be missed. Past and present
works from Renoir, Norman Rockwell and other impressionists,
make this museum an unforgettable experience.
Museum of Natural
History - One of the largest museums, featuring a variety of
exhibits, ranging from ancient Peruvian tribes to native
American's habitats, art and much more. Something for all.
for the Insider Sights and Sounds of New York....
To Buy your
Broadway Show Tickets. Go to Times Square after 3 pm
and stand in line for ticket discounts as much as a 50% savings
and a variety of top Broadway and Off-Broadway Shows. For times
Head to the Garment District and shop till you drop.
Offering specials for all occasions. Or, for an
introduction to some of New York's more unusual store, shop
Gotham, T- 866-795-4200, which offers two-hour tours of areas including
Soho, Nolita, or one of New York's flea market, with shopping
along the way. A five hours tour hits the big department
stores. Tickets $25 and $80 respectively.
Central Park - Visit the zoo, or go to the Boat House and
relax by the water, sipping a warm Cappuccino, and the best
biscuits in town. Or rent some Roller blades and enjoy all
that New York Central Park has to offer.
A Touch of Class
and History - Go to Harry's Bar in the Plaza hotel and have
a Martini-- A little expensive, but well worth the price and
experience. Or for a special lunch, head to Sachs 5th Ave, and
enjoy a gourmet lunch while watching the hustling and busting
traffic below. A trip to New York is never complete
without strolling through Bergdorf- Goodman, and enjoying their
afternoon Tea and sandwiches. Afterwards head to the top
floor and buy a memorable Christmas Ornament. Make sure
they wrap it in their special signature gift box.
More New York Links
general information on New York City:
NY Convention & Visitors Bureau
New York TV Show Tickets List
For tours: Gray
For travel tips: Shoestring
For theater: BROADWAY.COM
For New York Info: Ask
a New Yorker
For subways/buses maps & information: New
York City Transit
New York City by subway: www.nycsubway.org
For Life Magazines: Bud
Plant Illustrated Books
For information on what to see and do in New York City:
the highlights of New York City:
museums and exhibitions in New York City:
around the New York City:
Daily News at
Sony Imax Theatre:
New York Hall of Science:
Intrepid Museum in New York City:
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts:
New York City Opera:
New York City Ballet:
at the Lincoln center: