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Where to Eat, Drink and Sleep in New York Right Now

Discover some of our favourite spots in the city that never sleeps.

Eat and Drink

Grand Banks

Photo: Paola + Murray

Grand Banks

Walk down Tribeca’s Pier 25 to the Sherman Zwicker: a 1942 wooden schooner turned resto-bar bobbing on the Hudson River. Order a crispy lobster roll with pickled cucumber and a strong cocktail – you might end up swaying from a mix of sea legs and Permanent Vacation (their triple rum drink with curaçao and coconut milk).

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Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pie

Photo: Paola + Murray

Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pie

Swing by this tucked-away Red Hook shop that’s all key lime all the time to taste a single-serve pie or, on especially scorching August days, their frozen chocolate-dipped pie on a stick.

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The Beekman

Photo: Paola + Murray

The Beekman

Sit in the Bar Room and stare up at the beautifully restored 19th-century atrium. Feeling watched? Look around to spot portraits of writers like Edgar Allan Poe, who used to visit the Mercantile Library Association that was once housed here.

What we loved Following cats painted on walls to the Alley Cat Amateur Theatre basement lounge for a Green Toki Highball with whisky, sencha tea and lemongrass, sipped atop a velvet bar stool.

thebeekman.com

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Naval Cemetery Landscape

Photo: Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects

Naval Cemetery Landscape

Take 10 in Dumbo during a Brooklyn bike ride to walk along this quiet greenspace’s winding boardwalk, designed to emulate the streams that once flowed through the area and set amid 50 species of native plants, like mountain mint.

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