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Niagara Falls Eats Restaurants

Eating Out in Niagara FallsThere are a variety of restaurants and foods in Niagara Falls offering varying dining atmosphere and satisfying various taste buds. Dining establishments here generally range from the budget to mid-priced restaurants including fast foods (family-owned, regional, and national chains), cafes, buffets, casual, and family restaurants. To splurge, you can find a… Read More »Niagara Falls Eats Restaurants

Manhattan Museum Modern Art

Museum of Modern Art The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is located in Midtown Manhattan and two blocks away from Times Square’s Theater District. The museum opened in 1929 and collection include photos, drawings, paintings, sculptures, illustrated books, design and architectural models, and films. The museum has more than 150,000 works of modern art and more than 22,000 films.… Read More »Manhattan Museum Modern Art

Brooklyn Park Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge Park The Brooklyn Bridge Park is one of Brooklyn’s newest parks and currently undergoing progressive construction. The first section of Brooklyn Bridge Park i.e. Pier 1 opened to the public in March 2010 and Pier 6 in June 2010. The Brooklyn Bridge Park is so named after the Brooklyn Bridge that passes over… Read More »Brooklyn Park Bridge

Brooklyn Attraction Jacques Torres Chocolates

Jacques Torres Chocolates  Jacques Torres is a renowned pastry chef who later ventured and established himself as master chocolatier with his tempting chocolate creations. Today Jacques Torres has several chocolate shops and factories in New York City including Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood at Water Street. The chocolate shop and factory in DUMBO is not popular with the locals… Read More »Brooklyn Attraction Jacques Torres Chocolates

Brooklyn Shopping Dumbo

Shopping DUMBO     Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood was once New York City’s manufacturing district. De-industrialization and subsequently low rentals eventually attracted artists beginning in the 1970s to establish their art studios and galleries in converted factories and warehouses. Today, the neighborhood is a art district in New York City and a premier destination for fine art. There… Read More »Brooklyn Shopping Dumbo