Springtime in New York is about to begin, so the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations will be in full swing across the 5 boroughs and a sea of people in green will be found on Fifth Avenue for the most festive parade of the year. But Irish history in New York goes back further than a parade and a few pints. Take a trip to the Big Apple and celebrate the culture and traditions that the Irish people bring to this cultural melting pot we know as New York.
New York has its very own scent – carried by the wind, it blows tourists and locals as they stroll through the streets. Falafel, pita, hot dogs, or tacos, everyone will be full here. Feast your way through the megacity with our food guide.
If there is one city in the world where the view from above is particularly worthwhile, it is New York. The glowing skyline against the black night sky creates a very special atmosphere in which every drink tastes even better.
Right next to the Theater District in New York is the infamous Hell’s Kitchen. Where gang wars and violence used to rule, Broadway fans now storm the hippest restaurants in town.
Can a big city area, which has been one of its criminal centers for almost 200 years, become the seat of a large number of expensive restaurants, theatres, and luxury apartment buildings? If it’s New York, of course. This was the route from 34th Street to 59th Street in Manhattan and 8th Avenue to the Hudson River called Hell’s Kitchen.