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Do & See
You’ll never run out of things to do in New York. Hitting all of the major sights in one trip requires ambition—but, hey, New Yorkers are ambitious, if nothing else. Choose between visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art, taking a stroll in Central Park, making a trip to Ellis Island to see the stately Statue of Liberty, popping in to see the squid and the whale at the Museum of Natural History, experiencing a Papaya hot dog, seeing a Broadway show, or, going on a "Sex and the City" tour.

"Sex and the City" Tour

Guides take you everywhere your favorite TV-show characters go and fill you in on all the show’s juicy, behind-the-scenes gossip in the process. Tour Highlights: Shop at the store where Charlotte bought her “Rabbit” Stop at “Scout,” the bar owned by Aidan Enjoy cupcakes like Carrie and Miranda Sightsee the trendy Meatpacking District where Samantha settled See the art gallery in SoHo where Charlotte worked Shop at the hottest boutiques and stores in Greenwich Village Visit Buddakan, site of Carrie and Big’s wedding rehearsal dinner
League of Kitchens

League of Kitchens

The League of Kitchens is an immersive culinary adventure in NYC where immigrants teach intimate cooking workshops in their homes, and participants encounter a new culture, cuisine, and neighborhood with every experience. This participatory learning / cooking / eating / sharing experience starts with an interactive cooking lesson and leads into a celebratory dinner. Workshops take place on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon, include 5-6 participants and are designed to offer something for all levels—from beginner cooks to professional chefs. Instruction is hands-on and interactive, and the instructors act as teachers, hosts, and cultural ambassadors. The League of Kitchens has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Tasting Table, Serious Eats, the NY Daily News, Daily Candy, and PRI's the World, among others. Conde Nast Traveler called the League of Kitchens "quite possibly the coolest foodie thing to do in NYC whether you're a visitor or local." For a complete list of workshops visit our website. Follow the League of Kitchens on twitter @LeagueOfKitchen, Instagram @LeagueOfKitchen, and Facebook, www.facebook.com/leagueofkitchens.
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