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FeelNYC solves all your problems with its review of the best playgrounds in New York

Planning to visit the Big Apple with your kids but don’t know where to go to get some much needed relief? No worries FeelNYC is here to solve all your problems with our review of the best playgrounds in New York. Now you can enjoy some quite time alone with that special someone while your kids run their little hearts out around the swing sets.

Sandbox and Swings Brooklyn Bridge Park: the Brooklyn Bridge Park by Pier 6 has so much sand and water you’ll think you’re at the beach. This is the newest park that you can find on the Brooklyn waterfront. The park has climable animal structures, a boulder that spits water and even a line up of child sized houses. (Address: Furman St. at Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn Heights)

Heckscher Playground: Heckscher Playground is a 1.8 acre park and his been deemed by many as one of the most comprehensive playgrounds in the city. It has all sorts of kid friendly play sets including a tunnel, slides, swing sets, chutes carved in cement and even sprinklers to cool off the kids during the summer time. (Address: Central Park South at Seventh Ave)

Hudson River Park’s Pier 25 Playground: The Hudson River Park is perfect for those who like sports of all ages. The younger kids have your generic slides, monkey bars, and jungle gyms while the older kids also have two climbing walls for those that want to try their hand at some mountain climbing. There’s even has a skate park for young teenagers as well as a miniature golf course. (Address: Hudson River Park between Harrison and North Moore Street)

So now you won’t have any more problems having a quiet evening with the kids. All thanks to the advice of FeelNYC and its review of the best playground in the New York district.

FeelNYC solves all you complaints with our review of the best American style restaurants in New York

Feel like having some typical American foods but don’t know where to go. Well no worries because FeelNYC is here to solve your problems with our review of the best American style restaurants in New York.

Apple Pie at Little Pie Company: this pie shop serves signature slices of cheery and sour cream apple walnut pie. There point of pride is the fact that these pies are entirely free of preservatives, artificial flavors and chemicals! (Address: 424 West 43rd Street)

Hot Dogs at Crif Dogs: Fact is there’s nothing more American than a nice hot dog. Here you can choose between two signature dogs that are sure to not disappoint. You’ve got the “Crif” which is smoked beef and pork, and then you’ve got the “Newyorker” which is all grilled beef. Either way you’re in for a treat! (Address: 113 St. Marks Place)

Fried Chicken at Hill Country Chicken: As the owner calls it this is a fresh fried chicken joint. You can get the chicken with and without skin along with a side of delicious cheesy fries and mashed potatoes. All in all its’ a typical American meal with style and taste. (Address: 1123 Broadway)

Cheesecake from The Juniors: The Juniors is home to some of the world’s best cheesecakes! The store has several locations across New York. They offer fresh by the slice pieces of cheesecake as well as fully refrigerated ones that you can’t make home and eat later. (Address: Multiple locations; 386 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn)

So now next time you are in the big apple looking for some typical American Style eateries you won’t have any problems thanks to FeelNYC’s review of the best American style restaurants in New York.

FeelNYC solves all your problems with: the best Bakeries in New York

Feel like having some croissants and or macaroons? Well FeelNYC solves all your problems with our guide to the best bakeries in New York! Yum!

Balthazar Bakery: This miniscule bakery attached to the iconic bistro Balthazar offers some of the best pastries in the city. (Address : 80 Spring Street)

Bien Cuit: Taste the delicious creations by renowned chef Zachary Golper. This professional baker used to work for the infamous Bec Fin a chic restaurant in France. Let yourself give in to temptation with these savory fruit pies or pain au chocolat. (Address : 120 Smith Street)

Levain Bakery: This bakery located in upper east side is celebrated in New York for its incredible cookies. What delight ! (Address: 167 West  74th Street)

Almondine Bakery:  Not only does this bakery offer a wide variety of french delicacies all in good taste and high quality, but it also offers deserts inspired American style. (Address: 80 Water Street)

Grandaisy Bakery: Known mainly for its artisan breads, Grandaisy also offers a selection of succulent patisseries. (Address : 250 West Broadway)

So thanks to FeelNYC no more problems finding a snack in a delicious French bakery! Bon appetite!

 

FeelNYC presents a review of the best swimming pools in New York

Feel like taking a swim while you´re in New York? Unfortunately it´s a little too cool to hit the beach but fear not, thanks to FeelNYC´s review of the best pools in the Big Apple you won´t have any more problems.

River Bank State Park: Located in the upper part of Manhattan this little known location is home to an Olympic sized swimming pool.  There is a very reasonable entry fee of 2$ for adults and 1$ for kids over 5 years old. 4 and under get in free. Monthly passes are also available for those who want to get their breaststroke on regularly. ADDRESS: 679 Riverside Drive

Manhattan Plaza Health Club: Next up for review is the Manhattan Plaza Health Club.Located near upper West side this uber gym has a 75 foot rooftop pool. They also offer swim classes for those who might be interested. The price is considerably more here and you can expect pay 35$ for a day pass and 10$ for children. ADDRESS: 482 West 43rd Street

Waterside Plaza Swim and Health Club: This is actually a health club with a 45 foot fully heated pool which is open to families and visitors whenever classes are not in session. Prices for a day pass are quite reasonable and range from 20$ for adults and 10$ for kids. Check their online schedule to know when the pool is available. ADDRESS: 25 Waterside Plaza

So now no more problems thanks to FeelNYC´s review of the best indoor swimming pools in New York.

 

FeelNYC answers all your questions and complaints with: the Best Golf Courses in New York

Feel like playing a few games of golf while on vacation in the Big Apple? Well if so FeelNYC addresses all you complaints and problems by presenting its collection of best golf courses in and around New York.

Masholu Golf Course: First built in 1925 the Mosholu Golf Course is located on the outskirts of the Bronx in New York. For those who have limited mobility this golf course is perfect with easy access and a station just nearby. The course only has 9 holes though but has received a course rating of 70.6.

Bethpage State Park Golf Course: Located a little bit outside the capital in Farmingdale New York the Bethpage State Park Golf Course facility is an 18 hole course with a course rating of 75.4. The course is made mostly of Rye Grass.

The Sleepy Hollow Country Club: The Sleepy Hollow Country Club facility in Scarborough is another 18 hole course just outside the capital. This one has a rating of 71.7. The course is made of mostly Bent Grass. Learn more at the official site.

So now, thanks to FeelNYC, no more complaints about not being able to find an adequate golf course in the bustling city of New York.

FeelNYC resolves all your problems with: the best tennis courts in New York

Feel like playing a quick game of tennis in the big apple? FeelNYC solves all your problems and shows where you can find the best tennis courts in New York. Enjoy!

The USTA Billie Jean King National Center: Not only is this the largest public tennis court center, the prestigious USTA welcomes the US open every year. You can expect to pay between 22$ and 66$ an hour in order to use one of their 12 indoor courts or 18outdoor courts. Also worth noting, you need to reserve the court at least two days in advance. Address : Flushing Meadows, Corona Park, Queens.

The Roosevelt Island Racquet Club: Open every day between the hours of 7 to 11PM this center offers 12 tennis courts, a warm up room, and a store with professional supplies. On top of it all, the center proposes a great deal of training programs for all ages and all levels. For non-members, the prices vary between 76$ and 130$ an hour. Address : 281 Main Street, Roosevelt Island

The courts at Riverside Park: much more price savvy the riverside Park consists of 10 courts which are free to access so long as you have a permit. Otherwise, expect to pay 7$ for the day.

So now, you won´t have any more problems playing tennis in New York thanks to the advice from FeelNYC. May the best man win!