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Locais salvos de Lia
Alewife Taproom is one of Locais salvos de Lia.

1. Alewife Taproom

5-14 51st Ave (btwn 5th St & Vernon Ave), Queens, NY
Pub Gastronômico · Hunters Point · 115 dicas e avaliações
Russian Vodka Room is one of Locais salvos de Lia.

2. Russian Vodka Room

7.9
265 W 52nd St (btwn Broadway & 8th Ave), Nova Iorque, NY
Restaurante Russo · Theater District · 102 dicas e avaliações
Thai Rock is one of Locais salvos de Lia.

3. Thai Rock

7.5
375 Beach 92nd St (at Beach Channel Dr), Queens, NY
Restaurante · Hammels · 37 dicas e avaliações
SriPraPhai is one of Locais salvos de Lia.

4. SriPraPhai

8.9
64-13 39th Ave (btwn 64th & 65th St), Woodside, NY
Restaurante Tailandês · Woodside · 358 dicas e avaliações

EaterEater: As far out as the Eater 38 ventures. Worth the trip, given that this Thai food is considered to be the best in the five boroughs. If you don't know, now you know: see-PRA-pie. [Eater 38 Member] Leia mais.

Jack Kerouac House is one of Locais salvos de Lia.

5. Jack Kerouac House

Orlando, FL
Residência (Particular) · College Park · 1 dica

HISTORYHISTORY: Jack Kerouac moved to this house in 1957 to await the release of his novel "On The Road". It was in this house that Kerouac wrote his 1958 novel "The Dharma Bums".

Barcade is one of Locais salvos de Lia.

6. Barcade

8.6
388 Union Ave (btwn Ainslie & Powers St), Brooklyn, NY
Bar · East Williamsburg · 323 dicas e avaliações

IFCIFC: The Barcade equation is simple and elegant: Vintage Arcade Games + Local Microbrews. Somebody get this guy the Field's Medal! - IFC Staff

Governors Island is one of Locais salvos de Lia.

7. Governors Island

9.1
Nova Iorque, NY
Ilha · Governors Island · 224 dicas e avaliações

HISTORYHISTORY: The island's name stems from British colonial times when the colonial assembly reserved the island for the exclusive use of New York's royal governors.