'In the land of $49 burgers and $1,000-a-night hotel rooms, author Ethan Wolff shows that the adventurous budget traveler can still do the Big Apple in style. Written for residents as well as visitors, this guide has plenty of good clear maps and a chapter of free and cheap itineraries' - "San Francisco Chronicle". In New York City, the rich are very rich. How can people have a good time in this high-cost city without going broke? This new edition of "Frommer's NYC Free & Dirt Cheap" delivers the answers, offering the latest information on everything from free museum admissions to the cheapest places to stay, eat, and shop. Ethan Wolff (New York, NY) lives in the heart of the New York's Bargain District, on the Lower East Side. His other books include "Frommer's Irreverent Guide to Manhattan" (978-0-471-77062-6) and "Frommer's Memorable Walks in New York" (978-0-471-77339-9).
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Take a bite out of the Big Apple- not your budget!
* Free Music: Classical music, jazz quartets, and cutting-edge bands.
* Free Speech: A-list plays, quick-witted comedy, and readings.
* Free Food: The best happy hours, plus where to score delectable dirt-cheap eats-from burgers to buffets to pre-theater Peruvian.
* Free Films: Outdoors and indoors, from indies to cult faves.
* Free Classes: Take a morning tai chi class, learn to identify a good cabernet, or find out how to start your own business.
* Free (or Almost) Accommodations: Apartment rentals, couch-surfing, and low-cost (yet surprisingly posh!) hotels.
"In the land of $49 burgers and $1,000-a-night hotel rooms, author Ethan Wolff shows that the adventurous budget traveler can still do the Big Apple in style. Written for residents as well as visitors, this guide has plenty of good clear maps and a chapter of free and cheap itineraries."
-San Francisco Chronicle
"Great info . . . This irreverent insider's guide gets points for flagging overrated attractions."
-The Washington Post
"[Makes] one of the most expensive cities in the world accessible to those of us with champagne tastes and beer budgets."