Autumn in New York City brings wonderful energy. There's a
fresh crop of theater, museum gallery openings, music and dance, plus new shops and restaurants, fun neighborhood festivals, numerous sports teams, food and history tours and more. Whatever your interests or budget, you'll find diverse events, culture and excitement here.
NYC shopping options range from bejeweled flagships like Tiffany's and Cartier's on Fifth Avenue to the electronic megastore B&H, the largest non-chain photo and video
equipment store in the US. For bargain hunters, head to the Brooklyn Flea, a weekend outdoor marketplace in Williamsburg and Fort Greene, where hundreds of vendors sell everything from just-picked apples and handcrafted artisanal cheeses to vintage wear and home décor. ??
And don't miss NYC's extensive food and nightlife choices such as those found in the downtown Meatpacking District. It's known for high-end shopping, glitzy supperclubs and, yes, meat markets. Also in the area, the elevated High Line park has opened its last extension.
The graceful walkway now runs from downtown through Chelsea-packed with art galleries and popular dining options-all the way up to West 34th Street and Hell's Kitchen.
For the latest NYC news and information, visit: www.nycgo.com