Sherri Mallet

FIT Sales manager

Sherri joined Beyond Times Square in 2016, bringing over 30 years of travel industry experience to her role as FIT Sales Manager. She works directly with both travel advisors and individuals, putting together and creating unforgettable trips to the Northeast. Born in Brooklyn, Sherri attended Kingsborough Community College then Pace University, and now calls Flushing, Queens ("home of the Mets and U.S. Open tennis...not to mention, the best dim sum and soup dumplings on the continent!") home. She loves the theatre, attending the U.S. Open, baseball games at nearby Citi Field, swimming and basking in the sun.

She's visited several of America's National Parks, Paris and the U.K., St. Kitts and Rio, but has especially fond memories of a vacation spent cruising the Greek islands, as well as white water rafting through the Grand Tetons.


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Most Recent Trip: St. Kitts

Favorite Trip Experience: Cruising the Greek Islands; Paris, and white water rafting in the Grand Tetons.

Next trip: Will be a surprise!

Dream Destination: I'm still dreaming!

What you never travel without: Cell phone and charger, credit cards, a good book.

 Top 5 things to do in NYC:

- See one or more Broadway Shows

- Dine in several great restaurants

- Visit museums

- Walk through the different neighborhoods (West Village, Central Park, Meatpacking District & the High Line)

- Catch a sporting event: US Open Tennis, Mets and Yankees Baseball

Favorite NYC Neighborhood: West (Greenwich) Village; Upper West Side

Favorite attraction/landmark/building: Chrysler Building & Lincoln Center

Favorite Hidden Gem: Conservatory Gardens in Central Park (5th Avenue at 105th Street)

Favorite food/restaurant: Sushi at Raku (West 76th Street and Columbus Avenue)

Best thing to do in NYC on a rainy day: See a Broadway Show

Best thing to do in NYC on a snowy day: Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art; stop for cappuccino at one of their cafes and watch the snow falling in Central Park. If you have children with you -- visit the American Museum of Natural History.

Tip for people travelling to NYC for the first time: You require a Metrocard or exact change for the bus.

Do not leave New York without...: seeing a Broadway Show.

Something people don’t know about NYC: New Yorkers are friendly, diversified and proud of their heritage.

Favorite Travel Quote:  “Don't leave home without it"