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  • Planet Fitness

    177 Dyckman St. New York, NY 10040

  • Planet Fitness

    423 W. 55th St. New York, NY 10019

  • Planet Fitness

    249 Duffield St. New York, NY 11201

  • Planet Fitness

    25 Broadway New York, NY 10004

  • Platinum Cafe and Billiards

    225 47th St. Brooklyn, NY 11220-1009

  • Play Lounge

    77-17 Queens Blvd. Flushing, NY 11373
    718-476-2828 The yellow facade of Play lures passersby in with a frosted-glass sign that reads aEat Drink Smoke Bowl Shoot.a Once inside the 10,000-square-foot space, pick up a game of pool at one of 17 tables or strike out at one of four bowling lanes. If this is too athletic, thereas plenty of sideline room near the 40-foot fiber-optic glass bar, where you can order a Strike (a sweet concoction of Ketel One, apple schnapps, pineapple juice, and cinnamon) from the themed cocktail menu. Consider it foreplay. More >>

  • Port Richmond Billards

    350 Port Richmond Ave. Staten Island, NY 10302-1741

  • Post Billiards Cafe

    154 Post Ave. New York, NY 10034-2643

  • Pound & Pence

    Pound & Pence

    55 Liberty St. New York, NY 10005

  • Prospect Park

    Prospect Park

    95 Prospect Park W. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-965-8951 There is an idea that Brooklyn is Manhattanas stepsister. All things came to Manhattan first and then filtered into Brooklyn. At half the size of Central Park, Prospect Park was designed at virtually the same time by the same architects based on the same plan. Brooklyn is not Manhattanas stepsister; at one time it was the third-largest city in the nation. Soapbox aside, Prospect Park is less formal-feeling than Central Park. It has plazas and gardens, and places for barbeques and a lovely Japanese Garden and a zoo. It is also free and not hard to get to. More >>

  • Prospect Park Tennis Center

    Prospect Park Tennis Center

    50 Parkside Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-436-2500 10 Hard Courts, lessons, leagues, & indoor tennis, plus improved amenities such as air conditioning, locker rooms, and even a cafA(c), can be found here in Brooklynas largest park. See Parks Dept. Website for additional information. More >>

  • Prospect Park YMCA Basketball Court

    357 Ninth St. Brooklyn, NY 11215

  • Prudential Center

    Prudential Center

    25 Lafayette St. Newark, NJ 07102

  • PS 256 Playground Basketball Court

    114 Kosciusko St. Brooklyn, NY 11216

  • Pure Fitness

    244 E. 14th St. New York, NY 10003

  • 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 >>

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