Uncover the best of the city from Manhattan to Brooklyn with the updated Michelin Green Guide New York City. Gateway to the United States, international diplomatic center, cultural mecca, financial powerhouse, fashion and foodie capital--this is New York, a 320 square-mile metropolis. Explore the city's world-famous buildings, museums, landmarks and neighborhoods. Through its star-rating system, multiple walking tours, well-researched places to eat and stay, colorful maps and suggested activities, the guide helps you enjoy all that New York City has to offer. Updated edition with full-color photos and the detail travelers look for.Attractions reviewed and rated using Michelin's celebrated star-rating system, such as the 2-star Guggenheim Museum in its iconic Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building and the 3-star Bronx Zoo exhibiting more than 4,000 creatures.Walk-throughs of major museums, galleries, churches and attractions so you don't miss a thing; includes illustrations and floor plans for the highlights of major attractions.Set off on one of the multiple walking tours for a more personal experience of New York's neighborhoods. Michelin walking and driving tours give clear directions accompanied by easy-to-follow maps to keep you on track.Comprehensive illustrated sections on modern New York City, art, history and culture, all written by experts in their fields.Sidebars throughout the guide focus on a range of diverse topics such as biking in the City and the East Village's popular indie book shops.Detailed visitor information given for attractions, opening hours, entry fees, tour times, phone, website. Michelin area and city maps.Practical information includes great places to eat and stay for a variety of budgets, as well as public transportation.Michelin Green Guides feature comprehensive, concise travel information for advance trip planning as well as spontaneous decisions during the visit.For more on New York City, rely on the MICHELIN Guide New York City for carefully researched, objective recommendations to great restaurants. Anonymous inspectors use the famed Michelin star-rating system to create an extensive selection of great places to eat for all budgets. Descriptive symbols and an English legend tell you all you need to know (minimal text is in the language of the country.) The recommendations and helpful maps in this annual update lead to an unforgettable travel experience. Our famous one, two and three stars identify establishments serving the highest quality cuisine - taking into account the quality of ingredients, the mastery of technique and flavors, the levels of creativity and, of course, consistency. In addition, the Bib Gourmand symbol (also known as the inspectors' favorites) highlights restaurants offering good quality at a good value. Also available for New York City are the: Michelin Green Guide New York City Short StaysMichelin New York City Map & GuideMichelin's Laminated New York City MapMichelin Manhattan Map No. 11
This eBook version of Must Sees New York City by Michelin highlights the best of the Big Apple and beyond for a 24-hour visit, a weekend or longer. Stroll through neighborhoods, choose from dozens of world-class museums, visit iconic landmarks, or take excursions to Long Island and the Hudson River Valley. Stay in boutique hotels or opt for a budget room. Take in some shopping, walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and ride a skyscraper’s elevator to the top. This pocket-size guide helps you do it all with its detailed maps, recommended hotels and renowned Michelin star-rating system.
The Not For Tourists Guide to New York City is a map-based, neighborhood-by-neighborhood dream guide designed to lighten the load of already street-savvy New Yorkers, commuters, business travelers, and yes, tourists too. Each map is marked with user-friendly icons identifying our favorite picks around town, from essentials to entertainment, and includes an invaluable neighborhood description written by locals, highlighting the most important features of each area. The book includes everything from restaurants, bars, shopping, and theater to information on hotels, airports, banks, transportation, and landmarks. Need to find the best pizza places around? NFT has you covered. How about a list of the top vintage clothing stores in the city? They’ve got that, too. The nearest movie theater, hardware store, or coffee shop: whatever you need, NFT puts it at your fingertips. This pocket-sized book also features: - A foldout map for subways and buses - Over 130 city and neighborhood maps - Details on parks and places - Listings for arts and entertainment hotspots It is THE indispensable guide to the city. Period.
Writers know only too well how long it can take—and how awkward it can be—to describe spatial relationships with words alone. And while a map might not always be worth a thousand words, a good one can help writers communicate an argument or explanation clearly, succinctly, and effectively. In his acclaimed How to Lie with Maps, Mark Monmonier showed how maps can distort facts. In Mapping it Out: Expository Cartography for the Humanities and Social Sciences, he shows authors and scholars how they can use expository cartography—the visual, two-dimensional organization of information—to heighten the impact of their books and articles. This concise, practical book is an introduction to the fundamental principles of graphic logic and design, from the basics of scale to the complex mapping of movement or change. Monmonier helps writers and researchers decide when maps are most useful and what formats work best in a wide range of subject areas, from literary criticism to sociology. He demonstrates, for example, various techniques for representing changes and patterns; different typefaces and how they can either clarify or confuse information; and the effectiveness of less traditional map forms, such as visibility base maps, frame-rectangle symbols, and complementary scatterplot designs for conveying complex spatial relationships. There is also a wealth of practical information on map compilation, cartobibliographies, copyright and permissions, facsimile reproduction, and the evaluation of source materials. Appendixes discuss the benefits and limitations of electronic graphics and pen-and-ink drafting, and how to work with a cartographic illustrator. Clearly written, and filled with real-world examples, Mapping it Out demystifies mapmaking for anyone writing in the humanities and social sciences. "A useful guide to a subject most people probably take too much for granted. It shows how map makers translate abstract data into eye-catching cartograms, as they are called. It combats cartographic illiteracy. It fights cartophobia. It may even teach you to find your way."—Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, The New York Times