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My friend Rachel is visiting NYC next week and I was wondering if you guys could recommend any exhibitions or the like. She is an interior stylist and into all-sorts creative. Places to eat, see and do...
tell rachel to go fuck herself.
She should definitely go to Times Square and wander around staring up for a solid hour or so. Once she's done that and her neck is starting to cramp, there's this great restaurant nearby that has amazing deals on pasta and bread sticks. It's a must visit and it's called Olive Garden. Then after 5pm and when everyone's trying to go home, jump into the subway station and go to Grand Central and wander around bumping into commuters for awhile staring up until her neck hurts. Can't miss the Apple Store, it's the only one on the planet. Then when it's really busy, tell her to go to street level and walk directly against the flow of human traffic making your way to a hidden neighborhood midtown gem called Chipotle around 40th and Madison. Great Mexican, arguably the best in town. If she's from California and into fashion, she won't be disappointed. I'm sure her hotel will have a great TV and cable, so she should catch up on TV and get rested for the 8am morning rush-hour touristing. Don't forget to strap on a fanny pack and carry around a map the whole time, looking up. She's got to look up the whole time or she might miss it.
Travel tip: When in the subway station and the train is pulling in, stand directly in front of the doors, ensuring anyone exiting will have to shove you to get by. This is especially important when the train is crowded and people need to get off and get somewhere and you're just lost.
Where part is she staying in?
If she an interior stylish she should go to brooklyn flea!
Is she hot?
Is she hot?
Lots of Food Carts opening up on the 21st across from Madison Sq Park
Good thing you wrote her name.
MoMa and Guggenheim always have great stuff on without fail