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On the Sunday afternoon in June upon arriving in NYC, we strolled up and down the main streets of Hell's Kitchen. I loved the vibes here - all the quaint shops and restaurants. We stopped at a local Mexican restaurant and had the best guacamole,...More
I stepped out of my hotel at the 44th St. and just started walking. After a while stumbled upon an area which turned out to be the Hell's kitchen. Distinct European feel, a small park, flea market, fabulous restaurants...the place seems to have it all....More
We recently visited Times Square and we ate dinner every night in Hell's Kitchen. There was no way I was going to NYC to eat at TGI Friday's or Olive Garden, I wanted to eat like a local. Walk a few blocks from Times Square...More
Known as a previously run down area of new York it has developed in to an area rich in hotels and restaurants. When walking around here i felt pretty safe, even at night when going between our hotel and nearby shops.
It feels very much...More
After a while, the busy streets of Manhattan can drive you crazy. Walk into Hell's kitchen and the buildings look different, the pace is slower, people of all walks of life, many people walking their dogs and some small parks of kids.
It's interesting the...More
In our exploration of New York, we proceeded further to the west, toward the Hudson River.
When I think about the Hudson River, it always reminds me of the famous movie with Marlon Brando, that is, "On the waterfront". Why do I say this? Because...More
Hell's kitchen was an area of New York City where no-one went. It was scary, dangerous, drug ridden. Just the worst. The price of real-estate has changed all that. Just seeing the changes are just amazing.