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  • Rack'Em Billiards

    2178 Forest Ave Staten Island, NY 10303-2900

  • Racquet and Tennis Club

    Racquet and Tennis Club

    370 Park Ave. New York, NY 10022

    It's the ultimate extension of the big fishasmall pool theory. How do you become one of the top 1000 court tennis players in the world? By picking up one of the lopsided wooden rackets and hitting one of the rock-hard, hand-stitched balls. According to educated estimates, there are maybe 500 players of this funky, old game worldwide. But don't worry about the sport going the way of the passenger pigeon: Henry VIII was playing during the beheading of Anne Boleyn. Manhattan's very private Racquet and Tennis Club houses two of about 30 U.S. courts, and most of the others are within driving distance. More >>

  • Randall

    Randall's Island Golf Center

    1 Randalls Island New York, NY 10035
    212-427-5689 Greatly inferior to Chelsea Piers (but still worth the comparison), Randallas Island Golf Center is a shockingly open green space with batting cages, driving ranges, soccer, football, and baseball fields, tennis courts, and miniature golf. A $10 shuttle from Manhattan leaves every hour on the hour at 86th Street and Third Avenue. More >>

  • Raxx


    510 Hempstead Turnpike West Hempstead, NY 11552

  • Re:ab Pilates

    33 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012
    212-420-9111 Consider a "class card" arrangementa10 classes for $200aat Brook Siler's elegantly rustic Re:ab Pilates facility. Siler, a second-generation athlete who's over six feet tall, has written a bestselling book called The Pilates Body and developed an interactive Pilates Body Kit (St. Martin's Press, $22.95) containing two CDs, 70 flash cards, and a 64-page workbook so you can follow up at home. But the real deal is a class with her, where you'll learn how to control your "power center"athe elusive gut muscles that are crucial to good posture, back strength, and general physical functioning. Her staff offers circuit training combining cardio machines with mat work, an efficient process that gets you in and out in barely an hour. But you may find you don't want to leave: The locker rooms offer plush towels, showers, and the amenities of upscale clubs. More >>

  • Recreation Center 59

    533 W. 59th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-397-3159 Equipped with a pool and a fitness room, the main emphasis of this midtown community recreation center is fitness. Recreation 59 is generally frequented by the kinds of people who work in midtown and they bring along their kids to learn to swim. 59as focus on pool usage means that members can access the pool up until 10 p.m. The schedule is detailed and strict so check online first or phone ahead before you turn up out of the blue wanting to swim. More >>

  • Red Bull Arena

    600 Cape May St. Kearny, NJ 07032

  • Red Bull Stadium

    600 Cape May St. Harrison, NJ 07029

  • Red Hook Park

    Red Hook Park

    intersection of Otsego Bay, Hicks, Lorraine Court and Halleck Streets Brooklyn, NY 11231

  • Red Hook Recreation Center

    155 Bay St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-722-3211 With so many unpleasant interruptions (highways, massive bodies of stinky water), jogging around Red Hook can be a dicey affair. Head to the Red Hook Recreation Center where, the price of a gym membership is only $50. In the twilight period before Smith Street hipdom spreads westait may be the most noticable/lovable thing in the neighborhood. More >>

  • Reebok Sports Club

    160 Columbus New York, NY 10023

  • Reflections Yoga Center

    227 East 24th Street Manhattan, NY 10010

  • Ricco's Billiard Parlor

    120-25 135th Ave. New York, NY 11420

  • Richmond Billiards

    131-19 Jamaica Ave. New York, NY 11418

  • Richmond County Bank Ballpark at St. George

    Richmond County Bank Ballpark at St. George

    75 Richmond Terrace Staten Island, NY 10301

    NY Yankees minor league affiliate team the Staten Island Yankees play their ball here. Matches between them and rival Met's minor leaguers, the Brooklyn Cyclones have been dubbed both "the battle of the Bridge" and "ferry series". On a clear day, a wonderful view of the Manhattan skyline can be seen. More >>

  • The Rink at Rockefeller Center

    49th & 50th St., off Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10020

    Open from roughly October to the beginning of April, the ice-skating rink at Rockefeller Center is one of those New York oddities that's become institution: an ice-skating rink smack in the middle of Midtown Manhattan. The rink can only accomodate 150 skaters at once, yet over a quarter-million visit each year: you do the math for how long you'll have to wait during the holidays. The rates change depending on the week, increasing in price around the holidays. Expect to pay $12-$17 for admission, and $8 for skate rental. Hours: Jan-April Mon-Thu 9am-10:30pm, Fri & Sat 8:30am-midnight, Sun 8:30am-10pm. More >>

  • Riverbank State Park Aquatics Center

    679 Riverside Drive New York, NY 10031

  • Riverdale Soccer Club

    4600 Fieldston Road Bronx, NY 10471
    718-601-8639 Founded in 1997, this Bronx coed youth league boasts over 500 members. More >>

  • Riverside Clay Tennis Association

    475 Riverside Dr New York, NY 10115

  • Riverside Clay Tennis Courts

    Riverside Clay Tennis Courts

    E. 96th St. New York, NY 10128
    212-978-0277 Perched next to the Hudson River, Riverside Parkas 10 red-clay tennis courts (expect to leave with stained sneakers) are understandably breezy. More >>

  • Robert K. Kraft Field

    5101 Broadway New York, NY 10034

  • Rockville Racquet Tennis Club

    80 N. Centre Ave. Rockville Centre, NY 11570

  • Roosevelt Island Racquet Club

    281 Main St. New York, NY 10044
    212-935-0250 Lodged in a precarious position almost directly under the Queensboro Bridge, the Roosevelt Island tennis bubble seems perpetually in danger of popping. For those unworried about impending death, the green-clay indoor courts are anywhere from $63 to $90, thus raising another scary possibilityadebt. More >>

  • Rucker Park

    155th St. & Frederick Douglass Blvd. New York, NY 10039
    212-639-9675 Entertainer's is one of two star-studded leagues that operate each summer at Rucker Park, the legendary Harlem playground at 155th Street and Eighth Avenue. Over the years, these rims have been bent by the likes of Kareem Abdul Jabbar (back when he was still Lew Alcindor) and Kobe Bryant (before the scandal). Originally just named P.S. 156, the courts were dedicated in 1974 to Holcombe Rucker, a heroic Parks Department employee who created a refuge for neighborhood youth underneath the halos of these rims (and begat a veritable brand name). More >>