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Queens

QUEENS Astoria – A traditionally Greek and Italian neighborhood, Astoria is one of the most diverse urban spaces in the world. In one visit you can enjoy stuffed grape leaves in a Hellenic taverna, sample Turkish coffee in “Little Egypt” (Steinway St between 28th Ave and Astoria Blvd) and top it off with a stein of Czech beer at the 1910 Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden. Nearby is Kaufman Astoria Studios and the Museum of the Moving Image. Forest Hills – Tudor houses line the streets of this residential neighborhood.  The area is family oriented and has a large population of European Jews.… Read More

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Brooklyn

BROOKLYN Williamsburg – A neighborhood where hipster youth culture lives side by side with a large community of Hasidic Jews. Williamsburg offers indie music performances, gallery shows and shops run by local artisans. It is known as one of the city’s most exciting areas for nightlife. Prospect Heights – Adjacent to Park Slope, Prospect Heights is a must for culture lovers. It provides easy access to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Barclays Center. DUMBO – This hip area known as Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass is filled with quaint cobblestone streets, boutiques, art spaces, and amazing Manhattan views. Brooklyn Bridge… Read More