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We all know about the top Broadway shows in NYC - there's Wicked, The Lion King or even the Book of Mormon.






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If you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions it can be quite a challenge to find good restaurants when traveling. The great news is that NYC has tons of delicious eateries that cater to people who are looking for specific foods - or rather, who are looking to avoid specific foods! Whether you stay away from certain types of food on principal or for health reasons, there are NYC restaurants that make it easy for you to eat wonderful food while traveling and not have to stress about finding somewhere good to eat!






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If you happened to be on a nice stroll near NYC's City Hall yesterday you may have noticed the huge throng of protesting New Yorkers carrying signs and handing out petitions. Why were they all there? Well, they were all super thirsty for at least 20oz of a sugary drink! 






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As soon as the icy air of the colder months starts to lift and you can actually wear dresses and shorts again without freezing, NYC street fairs start to show up in almost every Borough in New York. These street fairs entail any number of stands selling consumer goods, tasty fair foods and even fine arts and crafts.






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Shakespeare in the Park is a local New York City favorite every summer. Not only does Shakespeare in the Park include high caliber plays in Central Park, but tickets to these plays are completely free!

New York City is a tourist's dream come true with a huge variety of attractions and things to do, but for discerning tourists ready to experience life as a native New Yorker, there is no better destination than Shakespeare in the Park.