For what is essentially a diner they actually have some really great food here. Unfortunately, because of where most Mel's are based it can either be a bit of a scene or a bit of a tourist scene, neither of which is my thing. That said, you should give it a go when you're in town.
I'm a sports geek, so I was thrilled when my home team got a new stadium. It's one of the best in the country.When I go to a game I always head to the Kramarczuk's stand for one of their fantastic sausages.
Michael Voltaggio is an amazing guy and talented chef. It’s a no-fuss kind of place; food freaks and grandmas will feel very welcome, but you’ll want to leave the picky eaters in your family at home. The menu is inspired by LA’s diverse influences.
Fuggedaboutit!!! This place has everything so come with plenty of bargaining cash! It's only a few years old but it's already the place where those of us who mourn the death of the 26th street flea markets come to grieve.
I'm not someone who's particularly into bridges but every time I see the Brooklyn Bridge I get chills. It takes about an hour or so to walk across it making it one of the best free attractions in the city.