Why pay that hefty fee to see the Statue of Liberty up close when you can do it for free? Why shell out good money for a happy-hour hamburger when zero is your preferred price? Of course, some things in New York are worth paying for a like the cityas tastiest street food, or the smoothies from that little-known bicycle-powered smoothie machine in Brooklyn. These are just a few of the treats this book reveals for the ayoung, broke, and beautifula crowd. Based on the underground hit and qBest Local Zineq (San Francisco Bay Guardian), Broke-Ass Stuart's Guide to Living Cheaply in New York gives the low-down on the best of the Big Appleas cheap eats, drinks, buys, and more in the witty, gritty, anecdotal style that made the zine on which the series is based an underground smash.Travel aamp; holiday.
|Title||:||Broke-Ass Stuart's Guide to Living Cheaply in New York|
|Publisher||:||Seven Footer Press - 2008|