Each year, Open House New York hosts one of the greatest events on the city calendar: the OHNY Weekend, held this year on October 10th and 11th. Now in its seventh year, the event opens the doors to hundreds of New York's architectural treasures, many of which are usually off-limits to the public—from cemeteries to skyscrapers to private homes—for all of us to tour and explore, free of charge. Drawing visitors from all over the country and beyond, it's an incredible opportunity to get a much better look at this city of ours.
But all that walking is sure to work up an appetite. Which is why we at Serious Eats have put together The Serious Eater's Guide to Open House New York.
Click through to our interactive Google Maps, one for each borough, to see all the OHNY sites plotted—and all the best eats near each one. Want something chocolatey when you're leaving the Waterfront Museum in Red Hook? We've got a suggestion. Or maybe you're hankering for jerk chicken after your tour of Melrose Commons in the Bronx? We've got thoughts on that, too.
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