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  • Habana


    757 Fulton St. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-858-9500 The Fort Greeneabase of Sean Meenan's CafA(c) Habana is a cheerful, community-oriented eco-eatery that offers outdoor markets on Saturday afternoons and movie nights on Sundays at 8. The drinks come in biodegradable cornstarch cups. The plates are made from sugar cane. The lighting inside (boy, is there lightinganot much opportunity for romance here) is partially powered by solar panels in the courtyard, and while most of the seating is outdoor, the centerpiece of the Outpost is the world's first sunlit chandelier. More >>

  • Hamilton Fish Recreation Center

    127 Pitt St. New York, NY 10002
    212-387-7687 In addition to Ping-Pong, handball, weight rooms, basketball courts, and a computer room (donat expect cutting-edge tech), Hamilton Fish has two huge WPA-era Olympic size outdoor pools surrounded by benches and shade. Beware of officious life guards! See Parks Dept. Website for additional information. More >>

  • Hamilton Lawn

    116th St. and Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10026

  • Hamilton Park

    McWilliams Place and 8th Street Jersey City, NJ 07302

  • Hamilton Square

    232 Pavonia Ave. Jersey City, NJ 07302

  • Hansborough Recreational Center

    35 W. 134th St. New York, NY 10037
    212-234-9603 Located in the very center of Harlem, Hansborough is one of the only city-funded recreational centers with an indoor running track. It also provides members with a variety of classes including learn-to-swim programs for people of all ages and has computer access. Check schedules for facility availability. One unique feature of Hansborough is that it also has a sunroof where members can stock up on vitamin D or attend the regular festivities that occur there. More >>

  • Harborside Financial Center Plaza 5

    34 Exchange Place Jersey City, NJ 07302

  • Harlem Arts Alliance

    229 W. 135th St. New York, NY 10030

  • Hartley House

    413 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036

  • Havemeyer Street

    Grand St. New York, NY 11211

  • Heckscher Building

    1 E. 104th St. New York, NY 10026

  • Herbert Von King Park

    Marcy Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11216

  • Heritage Housing

    1727 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10031

  • Heritage of Pride

    154 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
    212-807-7433 In the world of LGBT groups, Heritage of Pride is the wise emcee. Organizer of the Pride march, rally, and Pridefest, which an estimated 750,000 people attend, HOP has got the divas, the big bunches of rainbow balloons, the floats, the beats, and the sass to throw a killer party. But letas not sell them short: HOPas members have business sense, too: Each parade and dance on the pier doubles as a fundraiser, and a smart 14-member executive board governs the group and works those funds. They have learned well from their predecessors, who were instrumental in renaming part of Christopher Street aStonewall Place.a More >>

  • Hester Street Fair

    Essex St. & Hester St. New York, NY 10002

  • Hindu Temple Community Center

    45-57 Bowne St. Flushing, NY 11355

  • Hungarian Cultural Center

    447 Broadway New York, NY 10012

  • Hunts Point Recreational Center

    765 Manida St. Bronx, NY 10474
    718-860-5544 Hunts Point is not only comprehensive when it comes to facilities (both sport and nonasport related) it also has the efficient architecture of an airport. With such a wide range of programs for people of all ages (in addition to those clearly focused on the elderly), itas important to check the schedule for when things happen. Much like all city-funded recreational centers, the low fees and range of community events are balanced out by the highly detailed and strict schedules for access. More >>