New York Summer Guide 2013
It’s finally here. The second annual Immaculate Infatuation “Guide To Killing It This Summer,” is now available, which means you can officially start enjoying the heat. Assuming, that is, that we actually get a summer this year. F*ck you, nature.
In case you aren’t familiar, this is more than just another New York summer guide. This is the essential handbook to the best warm weather eating and drinking New York City has to offer. And this year’s 2013 edition, presented by Strongbow Hard Cider, is bigger and better than ever. This time around we took a whole lot more photos, included twice the amount of bars and restaurants, and ultimately ended up with 78 pages of god damned literature, fully optimized for the iPad and all its multi-touch, multimedia glory.
Go download it in the iBookstore for just $2.99.
Once you do, you’ll be up to your eyeballs in over 175 high-resolution photos, interactive maps, some beer and wine suggestions, and a few ideas on how to build the perfect day. Feel free to thank us in September.
Now, you might be saying to yourself, “wait, wasn’t there a free PDF version last year?” Yes there was. And there is one again this year – it’s just not quite the full experience. As much as we’d love to have you print all 78 pages of this thing on the inkjet at work and carry it around in your purse for the next three months, it’s just not the same as experiencing it like someone who actually understands technology might. So we decided to give you an abridged, 36 page version for your printing, sharing, and emailing pleasure.
Get the HIGHLY abridged PDF for free.
Still not sold? Thanks for the confidence. Click “more” and check out some of the screen shots. This is gonna be the best (and maybe fattest) summer you’ve ever had.
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