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New York, NY 10022
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Eric Derzie & Associates, Inc.
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(212) 689-4111
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Gotham Bar & Grill
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  • • Legendary Prix Fixe Lunch Menu
(212) 620-4020
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Eleven Madison Park
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Things To Do in New York City, NY

Empire State Building Empire State Building

See the world-famous landmark and renown New York City icon that is the Empire State Building. You and the whole family will be in awe as you take in the view of NYC from the observation deck. Be sure to take a look at the Dare to Dream exhibit on the building's 80th floor.

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Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy

Get an up-close look at the Brooklyn Bridge while you hang out at the 85-acre, waterfront Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy. The park stretches across the waterfront in the vicinity of the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges on land that was overlooked and inaccessible for decades. Although the park is still under construction, the Pier 1 and Pier 6 sections are open to the public – meaning you can enjoy beautiful views of the city right next to the bridge. The park is set to be 66% completed by 2013.

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Museum of Jewish Heritage Museum of Jewish Heritage

Pay your respects to those who lost their lives during one of the most devastating and deplorable assaults on humanity at the Museum of Jewish Heritage. The museum was created as a living memorial to the Holocaust, designed to symbolically represent the Star of David and the six million Jews who lost their lives during that horrific time. The museum's permanent exhibits include The War Against the Jews, an exhibit on the Holocaust and Jewish Life a Century Ago and Jewish Renewal; both exhibits explore Jewish culture.

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