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February 8, 2013 Subscribe

The Big Apple: The Great Outdoors, Broadway Shows and Midtown Restaurants

New York City is considered a pretty dog-friendly location, with almost 29,000 acres of parkland available to an estimated 600,000 local canines. Although Central Park is the best-known place for dog walkers in Manhattan, several green spaces are located within walking distance of both Madison Square Garden and Piers 92/94. Senior Editor Christi McDonald introduces Westminster exhibitors to several city parks where dogs are always welcome.

Visitors to the Big Apple enjoy world-class dining and entertainment opportunities. Restaurants cater to every culinary predilection, and even an Off-Off Broadway show can be a welcome surprise. Finding a pair of theater tickets and a good place for dinner doesn’t have to be difficult, and we’ve got reviews of some popular shows and a list of 50 midtown restaurants to help you narrow your selections. Bon appetit (and break a leg)!

Best In Show Daily invites you to share your knowledge and experience with our readers – among the most active participants in the dog game. If you’ve written an article you’d like to see published on Best In Show Daily or would like to pen one, please email me at dan@bestinshowdaily.

Dan Sayers

Editor in Chief

What’s On Broadway This Week?

By Christi McDonald

There’s so much to see and do when you’re in New York for Westminster. One of the great things to take advantage of is the plethora of shows on Broadway, and even at this late date you can still get tickets for even the best shows. more

Fifty Restaurants Near the Piers

By Best In Show Daily

Spending Monday and Tuesday at Piers 92/94 opens up a whole new menu of restaurants to try. We’ve mined the area to locate most of the restaurants within 10 blocks. more

Finding The Great Outdoors in The Big Apple

By Christi McDonald

Much of New York City is dog friendly, in part out of necessity since an estimated 600,000 dogs live with their owners in the city, according to a 2012 report by the New York City Economic Development Corporation. That’s slightly lower than the national average of about 60 percent of households that own a pet… more

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