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Red Hook, Brooklyn is one of those New York City neighborhoods that might fall under the radar.
Waterfront Museum in Red Hook, Brooklyn (Photo: Wikipedia)
When you think of cats in New York City – what comes to mind? For some people, it might the Broadway show Cats.
A lot of people who visit New York hit up the Bronx or Central Park zoos to get an up-close look at wildlife.
(Photo by: Wikimedia Commons)
When you think of Art Deco what comes to mind? For some people it’s South Beach in Miami. But, right under our noses here in New York City is an amazing array of Art Deco architecture -- from the Chrysler Building to apartment buildings along the Bronx’s Grand Concourse.
New York-style pizza tops “best of” lists across the web. A google search turns up images of mostly big, hearty cheese slices. The kind of photos that make your mouth water. Pizza has a long history in the Big Apple. In fact, Lombardi's in Manhattan is said to be the first pizzeria in America.