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151. Fortunato's: Fortunato's, on Manhattan Ave in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, is an Italian pastry joint with excellent Cappuccinos and a ...  
152. Going up the Avenue: A leisure-time shopping excursion in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.  
153. Tree, The: The giant Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. The lighting of the tree is another well-loved (and well-attended) ...  
154. Waldorf-Astoria: A famous art-deco hotel on Fifth Avenue.  
155. Andrew Carnegie: A poster-child for the American dream and the "steel baron with a heart of gold", and the namesake of Carnegie Hall...  
156. Leonard Bernstein: A notable conductor for the New York Philharmonic, now deceased.  
157. Path Train: The PATH Train is the Port Authority Trans-Hudson, a commuter rail service operated by the Port Authority of New Yo...  
158. Port Authority: The Post Authority Bus Terminal is located near the GW Bridge in Manhattan. Here you can catch a bus to just about ...  
159. Grand Central: Grand Central Terminal is a major transit nexus that sits between 42nd and 45th streets to the north and south, and...  
160. Alphabet City: East Lower Manhattan, where Avenues are called "A" and "B" instead of numbers.  
161. Chock Full O' Nuts: The essential New York "heavenly coffee".  
162. Sardi's: A famed Times Square restaurant and bar, "the toast of Broadway" known for it's collection of celebrity caracatures...  
163. Island, The: Short for Long Island  
164. Strong Island: Slang for Long Island  
165. Quad Cinema: A four-theater complex in Greenwich Village that shows foreign and independent films.  
 
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