Halloween events are just around the corner. And because everything is better in New York, it doesn’t matter if this is your first or your 50th time celebrating this holiday. Halloween in New York is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. These are the city’s best annual traditions for the spookiest day of the year.
Fall is the harvest season. The time of year characterized for its rich flavors. Traveling to New York between September and November will be a chance to taste the best seasonal drinks and desserts.
Drinking beer is not just a social lubricant, it’s an experience—as long as you’re drinking the real deal. Forget about commercial store-bought beers and explore the world of craft brews. The good news is that you don’t have to go far. Check out these bars near Times Square that sell domestic and foreign craft beers.
Diners. Those casual, retro restaurants serving burgers and fries with milkshakes are the quintessential American dining experience. These classic New York diners keep traditions alive while serving comfort food that would make any grandma proud.
Shopping in New York counts as sightseeing. The city is home to mega stores, boutiques, department stores and markets. If you want to visit iconic and famous stores unique to New York, look no further.