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2008_10_hasmaps.jpgThere are now more solid breakfast options in New York than ever, thanks in part to the number of great restaurants that have opened up in hotels, and a new crop of chefs and restaurateurs who love the challenge of making a traditionally standard meal into something spectacular. It's no longer just Four Seasons or Michael's for the power meeting or French cafes for a pastry and a coffee. Here is a map of twelve great places to catch breakfast during the week many are new, a few are trusty standbys but all of them offer a unique dining experience for that early morning breakfast meeting, or decadent day of playing hooky.

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21-17 49th Ave, Queens, NY 11101, USA (718) 425-6917

Chef Hugue Dufour spent years behind the line at Au Pied De Cochon, one of Motreals big buzz restaurants, before opening this LIC diner earlier this year. Here, &


Joseph Leonard

170 Waverly Pl New York, NY 10014 (646) 429-8383

Gabe Stulmans charming neighborhood bistro serves a rustic market inspired breakfast Tuesdays-Fridays starting at 8AM. Here you can get a manchego and roasted &


SHO Shaun Hergatt

40 Broad St New York, NY 10004 (212) 809-3993

Chef Shaun Hergatt has assembled a well rounded, affordable menu of breakfast classics, many of which are accented by a few high minded twists. The dining room is one of &


The Breslin

16 W 29th St New York, NY 10001 (646) 214-5788

The Breslin is the place to go for a giant three cheese and egg sandwich, a chargrilled steak with fried eggs or a full English breakfast. But the menu also features &


The Mark

25 E 77th St New York, NY 10075 (212) 606-3030

If youre spending a vacation day in the city, or just want to feel like youre on holiday, the breakfast at Jean Georges Vongerichten's spacious, chic dining &


Locanda Verde

377 Greenwich St New York, NY 10013 (212) 925-3797

Andrew Carmellinis Tribeca restaurant offers one of the best breakfasts in the city starting at 8AM, seven days a week. In addition to Karen Demascos &


Prime Meats

465 Court St Brooklyn, NY 11231 (718) 254-0327

In a lot of ways the Prime Meats breakfast menu, served daily starting at 7AM, is a lot like their dinner menu, but with eggs. In addition to more standard diner dishes, &



80 Spring St New York, NY 10012 (212) 965-1785

Go to this trusty SoHo standby for a petite dejuneur, a full American or English breakfast, or any number of textbook omelettes and more creative eggs Benedict-style &



2 Lexington Ave New York, NY 10010 (212) 777-2410

If you want some serious meat with your eggs, Danny Meyer's new restaurant in the Gramercy Park Hotel offers many dishes that incorporate things like crispy pork &



282 Bowery New York, NY 10012 (212) 226-1966

The reigning king of breakfast pizzas in NYC, and a great place to go if you had a rough night out and like a little spicy tomato sauce and guanciale with your eggs. The &


Sarabeth's West

423 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY 10024 (212) 496-6280

The second location of Sarahbeth Levines southern-inspired American restaurant is the best place on the UWS to get an epic comfort food breakfast. A number of very &



25 Cooper Square New York, NY 10003 (212) 475-3400

Faustina offers a variety of breakfast dishes that pack the same punch as chef Scott Conants dinner menu, like soft scrambled eggs with pork belly, and a riff on &

12 Epic New York Meals to Try Before You Die

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Most fine dining restaurants in New York have some kind of multi-course tasting menu, but only a few truly achieve epic, once-in-a-lifetime status. Some of these are classic four-star dining experiences, proper, others are meals that impress on the level of both quality and quantity, and some are just so strange and compelling that they must be tried at least once. Here now is a map of Twelve Epic New York Meals to Try Before You Die:

47 Course Feasts! Nose-to-Tail Pig Parties! King Crab Four Ways!>>
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Kaiseki Tasting at Kyo Ya

94 E 7th St
New York, NY 10009
(212) 982-4140

For authenticitys sake many of the ingredients in the the Kaiseki tasting at Kyo Ya are shipped in directly from Japan. This special $150 meal clocks in at &


12 or 20 Course Tasting at WD-50

50 Clinton St
New York, NY 10002
(212) 477-2900

A lot of people associate Wylie Dufresnes restaurant with wacky molecular gastronomy technique and off-the-wall presentations, but the real reason to go &


The Whole Shebang at Alta

64 W 10th St
New York, NY 10011
(212) 505-7777

 The Whole Shebang is one of the most sublimely decadent deals in town: a full tasting of every single item on the Alta menu, priced at &


Lunch at Momofuku Ko

163 1st Ave
New York, NY 10003
(212) 500-0831

Kos lunch special, only available on Fridays Saturdays and Sundays, is a whopping 19 courses of Japanese, Korean and French inspired dishes, with the usual &


King Crab at Pacificana Restaurant

813 55th St
Brooklyn, NY 11220
(718) 871-2880

The Cantonese style dim sum here is superb, but for a really unique dining experience, order a whole King Crab, priced at $30 a pound. The beast will be presented &


Gourmand Tasting at Eleven Madison Park Restaurant

(212) 889-0905

Daniel Humms food strikes a perfect balance between modern thinking and classic technique, and the $175 eleven course Gourmand Tasting at EMP &


Dinner at Brooklyn Fare

200 Schermerhorn St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 243-0050

Dinner at César Ramirezs twelve seat restaurant (soon to be 18 seat) is one of the more unique dining experience in New York right now. Ramirez, an &


Chef's Tasting at Le Bernardin

155 W 51st St
New York, NY 10019
(212) 554-1515

Precisely prepared, extremely fresh fish dishes are the backbone of the eight course $185 Chefs Tasting menu at Le Bernardin, but Ripert also breaks up the &


Large Format Feast at Resto

111 E 29th St
New York, NY 10016
(212) 685-5585

You need at least eight people to lock down one of Restos large format meals, but when you do, you will basically be guaranteeing yourself a nutzo seven or &


The Farmer's Feast at Blue Hill at Stone Barns

630 Bedford Rd
Tarrytown, NY 10591
(914) 366-9600

Many of the courses in this $135 prix fixe feature elegant and simple preparations of vegetables from the restaurants accompanying farm, but the menu is not &


Sushi Chef's Tasting at 15 East

15 E 15th St
New York, NY 10003
(212) 647-0015

Sit at the counter and put yourself in the hands of master chef Masato Shimizu for one of the seven course, $120 Sushi Chefs tasting. Prior to the sashimi &


Chef's Tasting at Per Se

6 Columbus Cir
New York, NY 10023
(212) 823-9335

For all the hype surrounding Per Se, the $275 Chefs Tasting is a grand feast thats easy to enjoy. Yes, theres some bonkers technique and &

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auch noch das beste Sushi der Stadt zu testen und so lernten wir das Ushiwakamaru kennen, welches auch eine Empfehlung von einem netten Kollegen war. Und nochmal wow =) Das ist WIRKLICH das beste Sushi, dass ich bisher gegessen hab. Der Fisch war so zart, so nicht fettig. Die Sauce zu meinem seaweed salad war einfach lecker. Das Restaurant ist klein, aber fein und nicht einfach so zu finden bzw. fast zu übersehn


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1. Ankunft / Nützliches
- Amis sind sehr nett und zukömlich aber zT auch oberflächlich
- die Imigration beim John F Kennedy ist einer der schlimmsten. Stellt Euch auf Wartezeiten von 1-2h ein!
- Um vom Flughafen in die Stadt zu kommen, ist die Metro am günstigsten (ca. 7 US$ total pro Person, Taxi kostet ca. US$ 45 nach Manhatten)
- Nehmt die Skyline in Richtung Jamaica (es steht überall dass es kostet, aber des Ticket für Metro und Skyline könnt Ihr erst bei der Haltestelle Jamaica kaufen)
- Wir haben ein Ticket für US$ 20 gekauft, da kriegst no US$ 3 geschenkt und es bucht Dir bei jeder Metrofahrt 2.25 ab.
- Metrokarte kann einfach bei jedem Automat wieder auflgeladen werden. US$ 20 waren grad genug, da wir relativ viel zu Fuss gingen
- von Jamaica kannst Du zb mit J, Z weiter Richtung Manhatten, am besten schaust auf (more/transit)
- Jetlag nutzen um am morgen in der Früh rumzuspazieren, tolle Atmosphäre! (zb East River Park, oder die ganze "Küste" nach Süden, aber auch zb Chinatown)
- Kamera mitnehmen und ein paar zus. Objektive, zb Weitwinkel. NY ist der Hammer für Motive!
- Jede(r) Newyorker(in) ist ein Unikat, you'll see what I mean

2. Must Dos
- da es so schön war, sind wir eigentlich nur draussen gewesen (keine Museen)
- Empire State Building
 - am morgen früh gehen (geht um 8 auf), sonst gibts viele Leute. Tickets könnt Ihr online buchen und ausdrucken, siehe auch (es gibt min. 3 Wartelinien!)
 - normalerweise gehen alle bis Stock 85. Für US$ 15 pP kann man noch in den 102. Stock. Der ist aber geschlossen (Fenster) und lohnt sich nur bedingt. Man sieht etwas besser auf den Central Park.
- HighLine, siehe (ist ne alte Tramschiene, die sie in nen Park umbauen). Am WE viele Leute
- Südlichste Spitze von Manhatten (am besten zu Fuss, kann man alles entlang der Küste gehen)
- Manhatten Bridge / Brooklyn Bridge
 - Von der Manhatten Bridge (achtung eine Seite ist für Velo, andere für Fussgänger) ist ne super Aussicht auf die Skyline und Brooklyn Bridge
 - Brooklyn Bridge am morgen, da viele Touris
- Für Ausgang: Meatpacking (Westküste, bei Skyline)
- Central Park muss natürlich auch sein
- Apple Store: Einkaufen würde ich beim Soho, da hats weniger Leute
- Für Apple Addicted trotzdem den Cube anschauen gehen
- Achtet mal auf die Velos, sehr viele kaputte irgendwo befestigt. Aber zwischendurch gibts auch ghost bikes (weiss).
- Einfach in Chinatown, Little Italy und Soho etwas rumlaufen!

3. Jogging, Sport
- Manhatten Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge wird bejoggt und ist ganz ok da keine Rotlichter
- von EastRiver Park kann man alles entlang der Küste bis in den Süden und dann bis praktisch rauf zur Skyline joggen! Mir gefiel aber die Ostküste und Südspitze am besten dafür
- die allermeisten Sportanlagen sind öffentlich zugänglich! Am Eastriver Park hats zB ne 400m Anlage

4. Bar, Restaurant
- Es gibt unendlich viele Restis und Bars. Es gibt einige Inlokale, die grad angesagt sind und entsprechend rammelvoll. Der NY geht nur wos grad in ist. Anderes ist aber auch gut
- Sie lieben Brunchen. Meistens kann man aber nicht reservieren, sondern muss mit der ganzen Gruppe anstehen.
- (mustdo!) Wenns schön ist, gibts ne Bar auf nem alten Schiff: Cool!
- etwas spezielle Bar:
- brunchen waren wir im cafe Orlin. Man muss aber am WE etwas anstehen
- wenn Ihr mal ein richtiges Fleisch essen möchtet, scheint Peter Luger the place zu sein. Wohl eher etwas gehobener, und unbedingt reservieren. Wir waren im A&M, war auch ganz gut.

5. Shopping
- leider kann man die Taxen nicht zurückfordern (wie zb in DE)
- die Joggingschuhe sind einiges günstiger, zb Keano von Asics kostet in der CH ca. CHF 279.- in USA US$ 140!
- für Cookies sind wir eher zufällig zur Vesuvio Bakery gekommen, aber scheint recht in zu sein. (gute aber sehr fettige Cookies)
- Wenn Ihr günstig an (Marken-)Kleider kommen wollt, gibts den Woodbury Outlet ca. 1h mit Bus von NY entfernt. Das ist einige günstiger als an der Broadway Street
- zum Woodbury kommt Ihr per Bus (US$ 42 pro Person, aber das holt Ihr locker wieder rein), siehe:,

6. Rückkehr
- Nicht vergessen zu verzollen! Erstens machen sie rege Kontrollen beim CH Zoll bei Flügen aus NY, zudem hast dann weniger Probleme mit der Garantie. Du bezahlst einfach 7.6% auf den Warenwert.
- Bis CHF 300 kannst Du ohne Kosten importieren

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Woodbury Common Premium Outlets Day Trip
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Spend the day at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets and enjoy a world class shopping experience!

Operates: Daily
Except Nov 26 and Dec 25
Tour Length: 1 Day
Departs From: New York City Port Authority Bus Terminal

Adult - $42.00
Child (Ages 5-11) - $21.00

What to Expect:

Easy Departure & Return Times
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Fast and easy roundtrip transportation to the best outlet center in the New York City area - Woodbury Common Premium Outlets®.  7 departure times from the Port Authority in New York City everyday between 7:15 AM and 2:45 PM for a full day of shopping. No matter what time you want to leave you will get on a bus. Just show up at the Port Authority at the time you wish to leave and we will have a bus for you. For your convenience there are 9 return times back to NYC daily. Save money on gas and stop being frustrated by traffic when you take our convenient bus service to the outlets.

Enjoy the Ride... Shop... And Easily Come Home!

here for schedule and pick up details for the Woodbury Common Bus from the Eastside of Manhattan.

15% Discount At Tommy Hilfiger
Be rewarded for taking the bus. Receive 15% Off your purchase at the Tommy Hilfiger store at Woodbury Common when you ride a Coach USA bus. Just show your Coach USA ticket at Tommy Hilfiger and you will receive a 15% discount.

These exclusive discounts make riding the Coach USA Woodbury Common bus the smart and best choice for traveling to the outlets.

Add an additional value to your time in the Woodbury area with a package tour from Short Line. We offer overnight packages and sightseeing tours that include shopping at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets® so you can make the most of your time.  Spend the night and shop until you drop... or combine a famous sight like West Point with some shopping. Click on a tour name from the following list for more details:



With 220 stores, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets® is the world’s largest collection of designer outlets. You’ll find impressive savings of 25% to 65% everyday from leading designers and name brands including Balenciaga, Burberry, Chanel, Coach, Chloe, Dolce & Gabbana, Etro, Fendi, Gap Outlet, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, J.Crew/Crewcuts, Jimmy Choo, Lacoste, Neiman Marcus Last Call, Polo Ralph Lauren, Prada, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Tod’s, Tory Burch and Zegna.

Woodbury Common Premium Outlets is open 7 days a week, year ‘round with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas. The center offers shopping amenities such as gift cards, locker and stroller rentals, wheelchairs, foreign currency exchange and ATM’s. A restaurant, centralized Food Court and additional eateries are available on-site.

Visit for additional information, including a complete list of stores, up-to-date sale and event information, shopping hours and more.

Receive a complimentary VIP Coupon Book (value $10) worth hundreds of dollars of additional savings with the purchase of a tour excursion ticket.

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Regular Daily Hours: 10am - 9pm

Easter Sunday, April 4: Noon - 6pm


For more information about sales and events visit

Package Includes:

  • Round-Trip Bus Transportation
  • VIP Discount Coupon Book Worth Hundreds of Dollars of Additional Savings at Selected Stores
  • 15 % discount at Tommy Hilfiger
  • Lunch and Dinner Discounts

Tour Timetable:

Buses Depart Daily Year Round From: (Except Nov 26, Dec 25 & Easter Sunday)

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ShortLine, Port Authority,
42nd St. & 8th Ave., 3rd floor
7:15am 8:30am 9:30am 10:00am 11:30am 12:45pm 2:45pm

Return Bus Schedule:

    Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily
Woodbury Leave: 3:36pm 4:10opm 4:45pm 5:21pm 5:45pm 6:15pm 6:58pm 8:16pm 9:26pm
New York City Arrive: 4:45pm 6:00pm 5:46pm 6:30pm 6:46pm 7:30 pm 8:03pm 9:11pm 10:50pm

Residents of Eastside Manhattan can now conveniently take this tour from various 3rd Avenue locations. Click here for details.

Terms and Conditions:

One day tour tickets must be used within 30 days of purchase. One day tours purchased online are non-refundable but can be rescheduled by contacting the ShortLine office at 800-631-8405.

Hudson Transit Lines, Inc., Gray Line New York Tours, Inc. & Coach USA acts only as agent for hotels, bus transportation, and certain tour and entertainment ingredients involved and accepts no responsibilities for injuries, loss of baggage or personal property, delays, inconveniences, or other costs incurred for any reason. The right is reserved to withdraw any program in this brochure and/or make such changes in the program(s) as may be found desirable for the convenience of parties and for the proper carrying out of tour(s).

Requests must be made in writing within 30 days of the tour and must include ticket receipt for tour(s) purchased. No refunds will be considered without proof of purchase. Any refunds due will be made by mail. No refunds will be made on unused portions of a tour.

It is required that you contact ShortLine at least 48 hours prior to the date of travel at 800-631-8405 x1330. On weekends call 800-631-8405 x1555.

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Woodbury Common Premium Outlets

Big outlet 1h away from NYC by bus (US$ 42). Take the bus at 42nd St - Port  Authority Bus terminal. Tickets can be taken on 2nd floor or online ( The bus started at Terminal 310.

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