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Hispanic Heritage Month: Havana On The HudsonStarting in Union City, New Jersey, and fanning out to North Bergen, West New York and Weehawken is what's known as Havana on the Hudson!
Hispanic Heritage Month: Spanish HarlemAbove 96th Street between Fifth Avenue and the Harlem River is East Harlem, also known as Spanish Harlem, or El Barrio.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Washington HeightsLocated in northern Manhattan between Inwood and Harlem is Washington Heights. Get there via 1, A or C trains. Today, with over 70% of the population Hispanic and Latino, Washington heights has been dubbed "Little Dominican Republic."
Best In Town: Snug HarborOn the north shore of Staten Island along the Kill Van Kull is Snug Harbor. This national historic landmark district was originally built for a retired merchant seaman in 1833. Sponsored content by Optimum by Altice.
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Best In Town: Sleepy HollowOn the east bank of the Hudson River in Westchester, just 25 miles from Manhattan, is Sleepy Hollow! According to folklore, Sleepy Hollow is one of the most haunted cities in the world, and it’s embraced by residents and visitors.
Best In Town: HobokenIt's known as the "Mile Square City" and the birthplace of "Ol' Blue Eyes" Frank Sinatra, and you can get there via NJ Transit, light rail, PATH or NY Waterway. Sponsored content by Optimum by Altice.
Best In Town: Bed-StuyResidents are diverse but African American culture is the highlight. Bed-Stuy is known for not only paving the way for modern day hip hop music but other arts as well. Sponsored content by Optimum by Altice.
Best In Town: Snug HarborOn the north shore of Staten Island along the Kill Van Kull is Snug Harbor. This national historic landmark district was originally built for retired merchant seaman in 1833. Sponsored content by Optimum by Altice.
Best In Town: Forest HillsIn Queens, nestled between Rego Park and Kew Gardens, is the hidden gem of Forest Hills. It's residents come from France, Spain, Malaysia, China and all over the world, speaking over 100 languages. Sponsored content by Optimum by Altice.
Best In Town: RiverdaleIn the most northwest portion of the Bronx, nestled between Westchester and the Hudson River, right across from Manhattan is Riverdale. The neighborhood is a mix of mansions, prewar buildings and smaller homes.