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McNally Jackson Books 

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52 Prince St., SoHo


Readings, writing workshops, cafe, and a self-publishing printing machine at this two-level neighborhood indie bookshop.

International Center of

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1133 Avenue of the Americas

(Sixth Avenue), Midtown


Provocative exhibits; adults $14, students and seniors $10, under 12 free. Closed Mon.

The Paley Center for Media 

25 West 52d St., Midtown


Approximately 150,000 TV and radio programs in all genres; screening room; live talks, and events with actors and media personalities. Adults $10, students and seniors $8, under 14 $5; closed Mon-Tue.

“The Book of Mormon”

Eugene O’Neill Theatre

230 West 49th St.

212-239-6200, 800-432-7250

Tickets $69-$477 and higher.

Where to stay

Soho Grand Hotel 

310 West Broadway


Clean, stylish rooms from $295 per night.

Where to eat

Bar Centrale 

324 West 46th St.,

Theatre District


Speak-easy-style, small plates-and-drinks lounge above Joe

Allen Restaurant serving eclectic cuisine, from pork tacos to flatbreads, $12-$23.


304 East Sixth St., East Village


Close-quarters seating in sexy setting, delectable Mexican cuisine, lots of small plates, margaritas, dinner only, $5-$21.


80 Spring St., SoHo


Parisian cafe known for pastries, croissants, and late-night menu. Breakfast $4-$19; lunch $14.50-$39; dinner $22-$43; late night $17-$95.

Socarrat Paella Bar

259 West 19th St., Chelsea


Spanish through and through, communal dining with friendly staff and outstanding paella ($22-$24, per person) and tapas ($7-$11).

Petite Abeille 

134 West Broadway, Tribeca


Cozy Belgian bistro serving breakfast ($6-$14), lunch

($14-$23), and dinner ($15-$24).

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