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|Lyft||Personal ride||$15-18 | 8min|
|XL||Supersized ride||$21-24 | 8min|
|Lux Black||Luxury ride||$21-24 | 8min|
|Lux Black XL||Spacious luxury ride||$36-40 | 8min|
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Nom Wah Tea Parlor
The first dim sum parlor in Chinatown since 1920. Offering dim sum on demand all day and 10 different types of teas.
12:01 AM - 11:00 AM today
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The first suspension bridge built on deflection theory, the Manhattan Bridge opened to traffic in 1909. The American Society of Civil Engineers named the bridge a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark. The bridge has been going under an extensive $834 million reconstruction since 1982.
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