1. Glimpse what the subway was once like with a detour through a defunct underground station.
Take the Brooklyn Bridge-bound 6 train past its last stop, Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall. The train will make a loop through the old City Hall station before traveling back uptown.
2. Grab some authentic Chinese food in Flushing.
Skip Chinatown! Flushing, Queens is one of the only places in America where you’ll find such a wide array of authentic regional Chinese cuisine.
3. Relax in the community gardens of the East Village.
Small oases in the city. You’ll find one of the largest gardens at 6th St. and Ave. B.
6. Maybe you’d rather try a gallery walk.
Thursday nights, from 6–8 p.m., are when new shows open in Chelsea. Wine flows, art abounds. Try Bushwick next!
9. Afterward, bike across the Williamsburg bridge!
The bridge is covered in colorful graffiti, and there are designated bike and pedestrian lanes. Bike rental is available at either end of the bridge.
Whether you’re visiting or a native, it’s never too late to discover New York’s secret treasures!
And with all that New York has to offer, JetBlue is proud to call itself New York’s Hometown AirlineTM.