Hell's Kitchen is a diverse and gentrifying neighborhood, filled with off-Broadway theaters, ethnic restaurants, independent shops and bakeries, and tree-lined streets filled with traditional brownstones (often used in TV and film to depict "authentic" New York City). Proximity to Midtown and to the theater district means that the neighborhood is home to many actors and young professionals in banking and finance. There is also a growing gay community and a number of gay bars and clubs. Ninth Avenue's Restaurant Row has the city's greatest concentration of international eateries, with a huge and always-expanding variety. The Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum - home to an aircraft carrier, a space shuttle, and a Cold War-era submarine - abuts the Hudson River on 46th Street. The Colbert Report and The Daily Show film in Hell's Kitchen - with free tickets available for both. Top restaurants include Esca, Totto Ramen, and Amy's Bread.
Hell's Kitchen is a diverse and…
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