Hell’s Kitchen

Framed by the 10th and 11th Avenues, the 39th Street of the West Side of Manhattan is the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. Previously with a gritty reputation earned back in the 19th century due to notorious motorcycles gangs, today it’s not so much under the radar anymore. Expect to an unpretentious neighborhood with a little bit of everything from food, culture, affordable housing, entertainment, and convenience. The most prized possessions are its bakeries, bodegas, and bistros, and when you grab a bite at each you’ll learn exactly why.

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