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China Daily USA
New York City is no stranger to the scurry of the daily lunch rush, but a community development organization in Downtown Manhattan is hoping the return of a food festival will get people to try new culinary delights in a different section of the Big...
Downtown Post NYC
"Dine Around Downtown" brought 42 restaurants to Chase Manhattan Plaza on Sept. 30 for a four-hour food fest - a visible testament to the way the oft-repeated comment of the past -"not too many great places to eat south of Canal Street," has morphed...
It would require ample time and funds to visit the many fine dining establishments that are mushrooming in Lower Manhattan. Today's community tasting event, Dine Around Downtown is an affordable opportunity to sample a wide selection of them.
Time Out NY
You won’t be missing funnel cake at this food fête. On Tuesday 30, Dine Around Downtown hits the Financial District with more than 40 of the best downtown restaurants serving samples of their signature dishes for less than $7 each.
Downtown Post NYC
The Big Belly trash compactors and recycling bins now dispersed throughout Lower Manhattan, courtesy of the Downtown Alliance, are state of the art.
Buy a bottle of hard cider and some farm-fresh greens at a new weekly outdoor market heading to Water Street.
On Tuesday afternoon, vendors sold their pastries, juices, breads and more from two Greenmarket tents on Greenwich Street at Albany, outside the former queuing area for visitors to the September 11 Memorial. This was the second day of the weekly...
On side streets like Cortlandt, John, and Cedar in New York City's financial district, you can't miss the symphony of new construction: metallic bangs of hammers, the electric whir of circular saws, and the deep reverberations from jackhammers.
When they were first introduced in 2013, just 16 solar-powered recycling bins, called BigBellys, dotted Downtown sidewalks. Now the compacting receptacles have sprung up on street corners all over Lower Manhattan below Murray Street, ready to squash...
New York Post
The Lower Manhattan Development Corp. last week opened a public plaza — with a Ping-Pong table, shuffleboard court, beanbag toss and other games — just one block from the 9/11 Memorial.