NYC neighborhood guides: What to do and eat

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Attention, city explorers: Guided by our recommendations for the best things to devour, spend a perfect day from sunrise to sunset in a new-to-you neighborhood. And check back weekly as we continue to add communities.

Bronx

Mott Haven

Mott Haven

Home to authentic eats and vibrant street art.

Throggs Neck

Throggs Neck

Eat your way across the southeast Bronx.

Brooklyn

Bed-Stuy

Bed-Stuy

A large slice of Brooklyn with authentic Haitian food.

Bushwick

Bushwick

A haven for artists and 20-somethings.

Carroll Gardens

Carroll Gardens

40 blocks of brownstones and brunch spots.

Crown Heights

Crown Heights

In-demand options in an in-demand neighborhood.

Ditmas Park

Ditmas Park

A little bit suburban, a whole lot on the rise.

Gowanus

Gowanus

Crossing its bridges is just the start.

Greenpoint

Greenpoint

So much more than where Hannah Horvath lives.

Windsor Terrace

Windsor Terrace

A little community packed with good eats.

Queens

Astoria-Ditmars

Astoria-Ditmars

Local spots still reign.

Bayside

Bayside

One word: quaint.

Forest Hills

Forest Hills

30 minutes from midtown but a world away.

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens

A relaxed neighborhood in central Queens.

Rego Park

Rego Park

Home to the pastrami sandwich of your dreams.

Sunnyside

Sunnyside

Hop on the 7 train to 46th Street and Queens Blvd.

Staten Island

St. George

St. George

The gateway to Staten Island.

Stapleton

Stapleton

A small community packed with history.

Editor: Polly Higgins | Designer: Matt Cassella

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