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The weather in New York City
Above are the weather conditions for New York. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a -2° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is November.
Explore the Big Apple with New York Holiday Lettings
With its melting pot of cultures, cuisines and characters, New York is surely America's most dynamic and captivating city. Michelin starred restaurants sit alongside authentic Mexican street food eateries and craft beer cafes alongside high-end cocktail bars. Central Park lies at the heart of this pulsating metropolis, surrounded by museums, iconic buildings and shops aplenty. New York holiday lettings are the perfect choice for exploring this magnificent city, a global hub of urban life that is alive with energy and verve that makes it a truly unmissable destination.
Eating Out in New York
From American nachos to Chinese noodles, New York's culinary scene is beguilingly extensive, serving dishes from all corners of the world with something suitable for every budget. No trip to Manhattan is complete with sampling a bona fide American brunch. Tuck into eggs benedict or pancakes at West Village cafe - where many of the dishes are accompanied by bottomless prosecco.
A deli sandwich from Katz's is a must and the salt beef sub is a sublime and authentic homage to the city that never sleeps. Grand Central Oyster Bar and Keens Steakhouse are two classic restaurants for dinner with the latter serving up excellently grilled steaks. Burger and Barrell and 5 Napkin Burger are superb choices for, you guessed it, a burger, served up with numerous toppings and delicious sides.
Getting Cultural in New York
New York is the home of the musical and the theatres which are centred around Midtown stage world-class productions of not only musicals but also plays, dance performances and comedy. If you haven't purchased tickets in advance, the official TKTS booth in Times Square sells seats on the day, often at discount prices.
The city is also home to a range of fantastic museums. Some of the best include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. For live music and events, Radio City Music Hall and Carnegie Hall are two iconic venues worth checking the listings for in addition to the numerous smaller establishments.
Nightlife in New York
The nightlife in New York is diverse, engaging and plentiful. The theatre scene is vibrant and eclectic and you can enjoy everything from large-scale musicals to experimental Off-Broadway productions. Film Forum is a retro cinema located in SoHo showcasing new released and vintage favourites in an environment which eschews the modern movie experience and embraces a golden age of cinema-going.
For an evening of sophisticated food and entertainment head to the Carlyle Hotel. Esteemed cabaret artists and musicians take to the stage nightly to transport you back to New York's glamour infused 1930s with the nostalgic decor and kitsch performances. Bars are plentiful and come in every guise imaginable from hipster hangouts in Brooklyn to high-end cocktail bars located in the perennially classic Upper East Side.
Exploring Beyond Manhattan
Despite Manhattan being the star attraction of a visit to New York, the surrounding boroughs and states have much to offer. Brooklyn has become an extension of the city with its cafes, breweries and bars - popular with a young, hip crowd. For a dose of nostalgia, Coney Island makes an excellent day trip. Packed with vintage rides and with a vibrant beach, it's a firm family favourite within easy reach of the city's skyscrapers. For an upscale beach, adventure take a trip to The Hamptons, famed for its fabulous houses, fantastic restaurants and lazy summer evenings spent along the long stretches of coastline.
Events in New York
November and December are two of the most lively months to visit New York. The last Thursday of November sees the spectacular Thanksgiving Day Parade take over the streets of Manhattan, followed by the extensive sales - simply a must for keen shoppers. Before the excitement of Thanksgiving has ebbed away, the city is decked in twinkling fairy lights and resplendent trees in preparation for the Christmas celebrations. Highlights of the festive season include the mesmerising window displays of the department stores on 5th Avenue, catch a performance of The Nutcracker with a glass of eggnog to boot and the outdoor ice skating rinks - including the world famous Rockerfella rink.
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