I Love New York Quotes by Margaret Cho, Anthony Bourdain, Penelope Cruz, Beth Henley, Nora Ephron, Robert De Niro and many others.
I love New York. I love working here.
I love New York. I’m a guy for whom a New York accent is a comforting thing.
I love New York, but being there the whole year, it gets a little crazy with the speed and rhythm of things.
Part of that is that New York has proved to be too much fun for me to live and work; I love New York so much.
I look out the window and I see the lights and the skyline and the people on the street rushing around looking for action, love, and the world’s greatest chocolate chip cookie, and my heart does a little dance.
I go to Paris, I go to London, I go to Rome, and I always say, ‘There’s no place like New York. It’s the most exciting city in the world now. That’s the way it is. That’s it.’
I love New York, and I’m drawn to a certain intensity of life, but I’ve just never felt like I want to escape from the Midwest. A writer lives a great deal in his own head, and so one intuitively finds places where your head is more clear. New York for me is one of those places.
I love New York, though I’ll never eat any of the ice creams that they sell in the park. That’s just disgusting. You see the little picture of them? They all have a little bite taken out of them already.
I don’t love LA. I love New York and Minneapolis, so if I have a choice I’ll stay in those places.
I love New York, I love the Yankees, I love the fans here.
I love New York, it’s always been my home. It has everything – music, fashion, entertainment, impressive buildings, huge parks, street cafes. And it’s very international, with people from all over the world.
I love New York. It’s kind of perfect. I’m in New York part of the time and in L.A. part of the time. That’s always been a goal, to be bicoastal in a real way.
I grew up in New York, I love New York.
I think… I love Los Angeles. I live in New York, and I love New York as well, but I think Los Angeles is a place where if you have the right person with you, there are all these little worlds that you would never guess by just looking at the exterior of what the city is.
I love New York, but it’s a rough city. It’s not dangerous now the way it was in the 70’s or the 80’s, but it’s still a rough city. It’s hard to hack it there. Life is harder than it is on the West Coast. To be able to deal with that, you have to have a lot of aspirational feelings pinned on being there.
I love New York, but I have to admit that I feel very English, and I do miss that sense of history that you have everywhere in Britain.
But I love New York. I used to set my alarm clock when I was there, and get up at 4am and get a coffee, just because I could.