We will be heading to the city in Easter 2011 for our 11th visit.
The thing is that we will be bringing my parents in law in what will be their first visit to the city. They've always wanted to go but never dared to do so (mainly because of language issues...). So, a few very specific questions:
We have agreed that, while we will be doing some of the touristy stuff for first timers (TOTR, ESB, etc.), they will have an atypical first trip to NYC, since their daughter and I don't feel like doing the same stuff all over again. That mainly means getting to outer boroughs as well as districts such as Greenwich village and the likes in the city.
Would you recommend any tourist activity (sightseeing, tours, etc.) that would be suitable for such different backgrounds? Maybe the NYC Panorama? (we were there once but it was a Tuesday and it was closed).
My father in law must be the person who likes fish most in the world (OMG I don't even know if this sentence makes sense in English...). We were thinking of booking a table at Le Bernardin. We love that restaurant and I think they would also love it. However, given that we've already been there twice, would you recommend any other seafood place in the same quality/price level?
Okay I already mentioned the language problem. Do you know of any Spanish language theatre performance? They do love theatre, but spending a couple of hours translating is not my idea of a funny night out.
And last, but not least, what good jazz club would you recommend within walking distance to Columbus Circle where we will be probably staying?
Thank you all.