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50 things to do in New York: An Irish insiders' travel guide

New York is one of Ireland's favourite city breaks. But where do the Irish who live there eat, drink and play?

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New York taxi

New York taxi

Jack McGarry and Sean Muldoon

Jack McGarry and Sean Muldoon

New York City sunset. Photo: Deposit

New York City sunset. Photo: Deposit

Picture: Annie Schlechter

Picture: Annie Schlechter

Stephanie O'Quigley

Stephanie O'Quigley

Picture: The Scratcher/Patrick Glennon

Picture: The Scratcher/Patrick Glennon

Siobhan Brett

Siobhan Brett

The Spaniard

The Spaniard

NEW YORK: in The Statue of Liberty stands in the foreground as Lower Manhattan is viewed at dusk, September 8, 2016 in New York City. Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images

NEW YORK: in The Statue of Liberty stands in the foreground as Lower Manhattan is viewed at dusk, September 8, 2016 in New York City. Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Kate Monahan

Kate Monahan

Ludlow

Ludlow

Pod 39 rooftop.

Pod 39 rooftop.

Carmel McMahon. Photo by Kevin McGann.

Carmel McMahon. Photo by Kevin McGann.

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New York taxi

No matter how many times you visit; no matter how well you think you know the city, New York never fails to surprise.

Whether you're travelling for the first time and taking in the big tourist sights, or returning for a tenth visit with a list of favourite bistros and bars, you'll always find something to make you fall in love with the city all over again.

For the past two years, you've voted New York as Ireland's Favourite City Break in our Reader Travel Awards. "There's always something on... always something new," as one reader said last year. "I could go 1,000 times and never tire of it."


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