The best buildings to see in the Times's places to go in 2017
Few things lead to impulsive searches for plane trips faster than the New York Times’s annual 52 Places to Go feature, a roundup of up-and-coming and unexpected travel destinations that, taken together, offer even a seasoned globetrotter something to get excited about.
One of the best parts of the feature, the exquisite layout, offers full-bleed photos and videos that transport you to each amazing destination. We went through the list and added our own suggestions for architectural marvels and historic buildings worth adding to the itinerary (we’ll add part two tomorrow).
Consider our list of sights as an addition, or another background
Forget typical dining, and replace it with some fun at one of these restaurants that offers a meal and then some.
Shooters Yoga and Yolks
Start the morning with a complimentary one-hour yoga session complete with views of the Intracoastal, and end it with an all-you-can-eat brunch paired with bottomless mimosas and bloody marys at Shooters Waterfront every Saturday. ($30/brunch, $20/cocktails; Yoga 9 a.m., Brunch 10 a.m.; shooterswaterfront.com)
Boatyard’s ‘Boats and Bubbles’ Ladies Night
Get some friends together and head to Boatyard every Thursday for ladies night, when women drink for free from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., and can hop on board a luxury yacht for a complimentary cruise up and