New York City’s shorelines: Where to go, what to do, where to stay, where to eat

December 9, 2011
if you go
GETTING THERE

Amtrak offers direct train service starting at $49 one way. Multiple bus lines, including Greyhound, BoltBus, MegaBus and DC2NY offer direct service between Washington and Manhattan starting at around $20 one way.

WHERE TO STAY

Yotel

570 10th Ave.

646-449-7700

www.yotel.com

A new hotel offering very small but stylish rooms a few blocks west of Times Square. Rooms from $149.

WHERE TO EAT

Asian Jewels Seafood Restaurant

133-30 39th Ave., Flushing

718-359-8600

www.tunseng.com

Enormous restaurant offering more than just seafood, including pork dumplings, chow fun noodles and other delicious dishes. Dim sum brunch runs about $10-$15 per person.

Westville

210 W. 10th St.

212-741-7971

www.westvillenyc.com

Three locations, including the original in the West Village, offer fresh versions of American classics and lots of options for vegetarians. Entrees $13 to $19.

WHAT TO DO

Shorewalkers

www.shorewalkers.org

Volunteers lead several walks every weekend year-round; check the Web site for details of upcoming walks. Free for members; a $3 donation is requested from non-members.

INFORMATION

www.nycgo.com

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