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Tiger or Saigon Beer

by NYTim

I just returned from Vietnam and Cambodia with two friends We are sharing our photos Thursday night. On our journey we loved Tiger and Saigon beer. Does anyone know of a place in the city where i can buy some as a surprise gift for my friends.



Re: Tiger or Saigon Beer

by Donna_in_India

Hi John - check this site... http://www.beermenus.com/beers/tiger

Re: Tiger or Saigon Beer

by Fugu

why not check in some ethnic chinese or SE store? i mean, we have tiger beer here in finland, a considerably smaller country with far less immigrants, so i would be surprised if its not available in NY.

Re: Tiger or Saigon Beer

by Fugu

i meant, SE asian.

Re: Tiger or Saigon Beer

by nicolaitan

if you are after a restaurant with a great collection of asian beers, try the fatty crab on hudson street in manhattan.

Re: Tiger or Saigon Beer

by bocmaxima

Tiger (Singaporean) is now widely distributed throughout the US. I gained a taste for it while living in Singapore and occasionally pick up a 6-pack for some nostalgia. I've seen Saigon Beer, but only a couple of times and at specialty shops.
The green icons are beer stores. You should call them to check inventory before you go.

Re: Tiger or Saigon Beer

by travelgourmet

Bao Noodles Restaurant have both beers. If they are still open, check out their website: http://baonoodles.com/

Re: Tiger or Saigon Beer

by nyceagle1633

I'm sure Saigon Market has those beers, it's a restaurant on University Place and maybe 11 or 12th Street.

Re: Tiger or Saigon Beer

by NYTim

They are easy to fond in restaurants harder to find outide though.

Travel Tips for New York City

Brooklyn Bridge at Sunset

by Maidstone_Nic

No visit to New York would be complete without a trip to Brooklyn. Take the subway to Clark Street and turn right out of the station. Walk past Hicks Street then turn left into Willow. Admire the beautifully preserved brownstones as well as a lovely old converted firehouse. At Pierrepont, turn right and keep walking until you hit the promenade. As you walk beneath the trees remember to inhale as the view will take your breath away. Laid out before you is the whole of lower Manhattan - from the Staten Island Ferry terminal to the Brooklyn Bridge, you have an uninterrupted view of some of the most expensive real estate on the planet. All the iconic buildings are there - 40 Wall Street, the American International and Woolworth Buildings as well as the preserved sailing ships anchored at South Street Seaport. Take a seat on one of the many benches and just breathe it in.

When you've taken as many photos as you want, continue heading north towards the Brooklyn Bridge following the promenade until it ends at Old Fulton Street. Left takes you down to the water's edge and Fulton Street Landing and the River Café. Right takes you past Grimaldi's famous pizza parlour and eventually to Prospect Street. Turn left here and walk under the bridge. On your left hand side you will see an entrance in the gloom which leads to a set of steps. Climb up and you will emerge onto the Brooklyn Bridge walkway. If you can time this entrance for about half an hour before sunset you will be treated to the finest view this fair city has to offer. Look to your left and you will see the Statue of Liberty silhouetted by the setting sun along with the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, the Bayonne Bridge and numerous New Jersey derricks. Look to your right to see midtown bathed in a honey glow that is only seen at this time of day. Straight ahead is the financial district, the Woolworth Building, the Municipal Building and the sheer splendour of the bridge in all its glory.

East Side, West Side, all around the town...

by clemens300

New York is very easy to get around if you remember a few simple rules.

5th Avenue divides the city East from West. Building address numbers are the lowest closest to 5th Avenue and get higher as you proceed East towards the East River or West towards the Hudson.

Manhattanwide (East Side):
1-49 betw 5th and Madison Av
50-99 betw Madison & Park Av
100-149 betw Park & Lex Av
149-199 betw Lex & 3rd Av
200-299 betw 3rd & 2nd Av
300-399 betw 2nd & 1st Av
400-499 betw 1st & York (Av A below 14thSt)
500-599 betw Av A & Av B

Avenues on the West side change names above 59th street so

Below 59th Street:
1-99 betw 5th & 6th Av
100-199 betw 6th & 7th Av
200-299 betw 7th & 8th Av
300-399 betw 8th & 9th Av
400-499 betw 9th & 10th Av
500-599 betw 10th & 11th Av

Above 59th Street:
1-99 betw CPW & Columbus Av
100-199 betw Columbus & Amsterdam Av
200-299 betw Amsterdam & West End Av
300-399 betw West End Av & Riverside Dr

Visit Empire State...

by Roxana_Const

Visit Empire State Building!--The view from the observatory is absolutely breath-taking, specially if you are lucky enough to have a clear cool day. When I went to New York, it was very hot and humid my entire stay.My luck was that in the last day, was really cool, windy and sunny with beautiful cotton clouds.
To take good pictures, avoid visiting in the middle of the day: instead try early morning or late afternoon,or night.
Elevators at the building, really impressed me: fast as I never thought an elevator could be.When I steped out on the Observatoty platform all I heard was 'wow'--it is that great! Bronx Zoo was fun! I could spend hours looking and entartining with the monkeys and gorilas.This was the part that mostly everybody like at the zoo.Be there at 10am , when it opens----I asure you that by 5pm, when it closes you might still have parts that you were not able to see. The 18 $ pass is a better bargain instead of 11$ entrance and then pay separate for different rides. You save about 5$.

come and photograph Lady...

by Krystynn

come and photograph Lady Liberty aka the STATUE OF LIBERTY - the one New York tourist attraction you really shouldn't miss. The statue was apparently given to the United States by France to commemorate the alliance of the two countries during the American Revolution. Amazing!!

Group Foto at the End Ride

by Hexepatty

Almost 20 Friends and family were there to cheer her on! How cool is that. Friends and family from LA, Orlando, Jersey... and Brooklyn, too! Friends since High School, and friends of mine that have known Mary through the years. Family from all over to including our parents.


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