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    TenOverTen may be New York’s sleekest mani-pedi locale. While it’s only a nail salon in title, each chair is custom made and customers even get their own iPad while they get their nails done. The salon also hosts events.
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    The Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg offer aspiring hipsters a chance to sample a cornucopia of tasty treats--everything from lobster rolls to homemade pop tarts--along with tchotchkes of varying vintages.
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    It’s a classic for a reason; the American Museum of Natural History is going to please just about any dino-fan. There’s also butterflies and the Planetarium, with a show narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson. Is there anywhere in space he isn’t?
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    Hit up the Staten Island ferry, which you can ride for the low low price of $0, gives you stellar views of downtown Manhattan and lets you peep the new ferry terminal at Whitehall. Some of the ferries are also known to sell beer.
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    To sample the forefront of the Lower East Side dining experience, hit up Contra. $55 gets you five-courses of whatever tickles their fancy (usually something tasty, yet high-concept, like pigeon served Peking duck style).
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    Park Slope is home to all sorts of restaurants that can work with precocious (or less so) palates. Franny’s has wood-oven fired pizza to please the youngs, a respectably wine list for grownups and is within walking distance of the Barclays Center.
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    Keen’s offers similarly beefy delights without the guff. There’s hard-boiled eggs on offer at the bar, crudité in the form of carrot and celery slices with your meal, and a famed mutton chop on the menu that could fell a Teamster.
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    You have to respect a restaurant that prints a menu with a photo of the Wu-Tang Clan. Italian boite Charlie Bird has become a downtown darling thanks to a clamorous-yet-fun atmosphere and Italian-ish dining.
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    Playing on its Garment District roots, The Refinery's rooms feature fashion drawings on the wall, wi-fi and all the mod cons--from $339/night.
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    For a scene that’s in view of Manhattan, the Wythe—from the team that created Marlow & Sons, among others—has all the rough luxe touches you’d expect from Brooklyn’s hottest hotel, naturally located in Williamsburg--from $325/night.
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    The rooftop is a lovely respite; dig the views from the bathtub in the larger rooms, cushy furnishing and sumptuous bedding--from $720/night.
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    Yes, the lobby is ridiculous, but the Ace still remains the coolest option for lodging south of 34th street. Rooms are well-appointed but small and have Pendleton blankets and the occasional record player--from $329/night.
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