If you live in or are planning a trip to New York City, you won’t want to miss The Scoop. This informative iPhone application from the New York Times will intimately acquaint you with all of the action that NYC has to offer. Want to know where the best restaurants are? Follow the advice of food critic Sam Sifton, whose Top 50 takes the debate out of the question, “Where do you want to eat tonight?”
Also featuring info about the best bars and night spots, as well as many offbeat locations you can’t experience anywhere else, The Scoop prepares you for the Big Apple, so you won’t feel like all you’re getting is the worm.
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