For over 100 years, the New York City subway has been trucking New Yorkers from the Bronx to Brooklyn. This Sunday, Untapped Cities is hosting a tour of the subway system, where people can learn about the deep history of one of the world’s largest tansportation systems. Whether you’ve lived her for decades, or only a few months, this is a great oppurtunity to brush up on some NYC history.
Lexington Candy Shop has been serving up burgers and banana splits since 1925. Right at the corner of 83rd street and Lexington avenue, this little shop is remeniscent of a time when soda bars lined the streets. The shop was dubbed a New York City Landmark by New York Newsday.
In the Upper East Side, Bangkok Cuisine makes for an elegant night out for anyone looking to try something new. The shimmering restaurant sits on 2nd avenue and 83rd street and serves up a variety of authentic Thai food prepared by using French cooking techniques to get the costumer that one-of-a-kind taste.