330,000 people pass through Times Square every day, and most of them never see the best elements of the neighborhood. Beyond the $800 tickets to "Hamilton," the blinding neon lights and the Naked Cowboy street performer, there is a world to uncover. Join me on a tour of six secrets in "The Crossroads of the World." We'll discover hidden artwork, stumble upon cultural treasures, sample the world's best cheesecake and conclude with incredible view of the Theater District. This is the best of Times Square, as revealed by a New Yorker.
Lover of sushi and apple pie. Player of chess and fantasy football. Fan of the Bronx Bombers and the LA Lakers. I'm listening to John Coltrane and Kendrick Lamar. Lawyer by day, crime novel consumer by night. I'm a man of opposites. Or many tastes.
Welcome to Times Square! We're going to start our tour at one of the icons of the neighborhood.
There is no better slice of New York-style cheesecake than Junior's. The Rosen family has baked cheesecake from its family diner in Brookly…
Times Square is so hectic above ground, most people don't notice what is bustling below it. You are currently standing on Max Neuhaus’s _Ti…
Of all the stores in Times Square, I bring you to Express. But we come not for the current tenant, but the original one.
You can't visit Times Square without at least noticing the 27 ruby-red glass stairs in the middle of Broadway.
Yes, we come to the Renaissance Hotel, but this is the best kept secret of Times Square. No one knows about this place.