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.
Crown jewels include the Botanical Garden.
Home to authentic eats and vibrant street art.
Parks, playgrounds and history await.
Eat your way across the southeast Bronx.
A large slice of Brooklyn with authentic Haitian food.
A haven for artists and 20-somethings.
40 blocks of brownstones and brunch spots.
In-demand options in an in-demand neighborhood.
A little bit suburban, a whole lot on the rise.
Offering stellar views of lower Manhattan.
Home to Brooklyn's first park.
Crossing its bridges is just the start.
So much more than where Hannah Horvath lives.
The best destinations take a little work to reach.
Park Slope's cooler cousin.
A little community packed with good eats.
Local spots still reign.
One guess where it gets its name.
30 minutes from midtown but a world away.
A relaxed neighborhood in central Queens.
Dance over to the northern part of the borough.
An industrial past meets a booming future.
Home to the pastrami sandwich of your dreams.
Hit the beach, where a new boardwalk awaits.
Hop on the 7 train to 46th Street and Queens Blvd.
The gateway to Staten Island.
A small community packed with history.
A relaxing day trip surrounded by the East River.
Editor: Polly Higgins | Designer: Matt Cassella