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Things to Do This Week in NYC (3/31-4/7)

(3/31-4/7) New Yorkers and tourists alike are impacted by COVID-19, but we are resilient. Read on for the latest info about entertainment resources, restaurants still serving amazing meals, closures, and more. 


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New-York Historical Society from home.

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The Morgan's exhibitions.


strip house

Indulge all your senses when you experience famed New York City steakhouse Strip House. An innovative menu features signature prime cuts of beef and an extensive wine list and they're still available despite the city's pause. Right now at both locations, midtown and near Union Square, they're offering 10% off all food for takeout or curbside pickup (not valid on delivery) and 50% off select wines with a food purchase for curbside pickup. Look for meal to-go kits with some family packages or the option to buy the meat sealed to cook at home.

On Wednesday and Thursday this week, Strip House downtown will be offering a series of specials, including:

Burger and Booze $20: a char-grilled 8 oz Prime Burger, Local Smoked Chili Cheddar Cheese, Red Cabbage Slaw, Old Fashioned Onion Rings, and House Made BBQ Sauce, served with your choice of: 

Strip House Barrel Aged Old Fashioned: George Dickel Rye, Demerara Syrup, Dry Curaco, Luxardo Sangue Morlacco Cherry Liqueur, and Angostura Bitters


House Made Sangria. Lolailo Sangria, Luxardo Sangue Morlacco Cherry Liqueur, St. George Spiced Pear Liqueur, and Ruby Port.


ABK Pils. 

This weekend (Friday- Sunday), Strip House downtown also has a $40 Two Course Menu; a Classic Caesar Salad or Iceberg Wedge with Blue Cheese, Bacon Lardons, and Tomatoes lead into a choice of 8oz Filet Mignon or 8oz New York Strip, with side possibilities that include whipped potato puree, black truffle creamed spinach, and cream corn with pancetta. There are dessert add-ons available as well, including Strip House's Signature 24 Layer Chocolate Cake and homemade cheesecake. And add in 50% off Wine and Beer and
$12 Handcrafted Cocktails!

Morton's the Steakhouse

Morton's The Steakhouse in midtown is open daily from noon until 8pm for pick-up. They are rolling out special dining kits, which include Cryovac-sealed steaks with Morton's signature seasoning and house-made au jus, ready-to-bake side dishes, a fresh chef's house salad with your choice of dressing, and homemade dessert. The "Table for Two" special ($69) includes the salad, two 8-oz. center-cut filet mignons, two 5-oz cold water lobster tails, and a choice of one side: bacon and onion mac 'n' cheese, grilled jumbo asparagus, or smoked gouda au gratin potatoes. Save room for dessert, which is a double chocolate mousse. A second special is also available, the "Ultimate Grill," a $99 deal that includes the salad, four 6-oz. center-cut filet mignons; a choice of two 16-oz. prime rib-eyes or two 16-oz. prime New York strips,  two 5-oz cold water lobster tails, and a choice of two sides and dessert, You can also ask for their full a la carte delivery menu. Grubhub link.

The Ribbon Fried Chicken

You can find American cuisine with French influences at NYC favorite The Ribbon on the Upper West Side. You can expect delights for all palates, including spit-roasted meats, seafood, and Blue Ribbon classics like legendary chicken. With dining rooms closed, the Bromberg brothers’ 25+ years of renowned hospitality is being focused on delivery. Look for a special offer on the GrubHub, Postmates, and Uber Eats platforms featuring $5 off all deliveries; $10 off with an order of $65 or more; and $10 craft cocktails and 50% off beer/wine.

Large steak from Benjamin Steakhouse.

Among the top steakhouses in the city, Benjamin Steakhouse serves its guests with class and plenty of taste. Extraordinary sirloins, ribeyes, and filets are dry-aged by the steakhouse and served with sides like crab legs and bleu cheese-topped home fries, as well as Benjamin’s own steak sauce. Although dining rooms are closed, their full menu is available for pick-up at Benjamin Steakhouse New York City and Westchester locations. Revised hours of operation will be Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 8pm. They are offering special deals on packaged meats to cook at home! Look for a very appetizing $5 a burger patty, $14 for a filet mignon, $9.95 per piece for USDA prime rack of lamb, and $20 a pound for cuts of meat that include Porterhouse and bone-in New York Strip.

del frisco's double points october

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse New York reflects the energy, vibrancy, and romanticism of the city. Even with the dining room closed, you can get this elevated steakhouse experience with to go options. Curbside pickup brings 10% off all to-go orders, and half off of all bottles—up to $400 vintages. In addition to the midtown location you can find this special at Del Frisco's Grille  in midtown and downtown.


Since 1981, Linhart Dentistry has been taking care of New. York City. Although for the safety of patients and staff the Linhart Dentistry offices are closed, Linhart is still serving the community. If you have any dental issues, questions, or emergencies, a dentist is on call 24/7. Just dial 212-682-5180 and press 1 to reach a doctor on his or her cellphone. Any emergencies will be handled promptly and with the care that you expect from Linhart. You can also leave a message by pressing 2. Voicemails and emails will be checked daily so please feel free to call or email at [email protected].


Fajitas at Applebee's

Photo Credit: Makenna Katz

Listed below are locations currently OPEN and accepting orders at, the Applebee’s Mobile App, and of course walk-ups at the restaurant.

Current Hours: Sunday-Thursday noon-9pm; Friday-Saturday, noon-10pm.

New Dorp 430 New Dorp Lane Staten Island
Bay Plaza 2276 Bartow Ave Bronx
Fresh Meadows 61-48 188th St Fresh Meadows
Sheepshead Bay 2505 Emmons Ave Brooklyn
Bedford-Stuyvesant 1360 Fulton Street Brooklyn
Riverdale 76 West 225th St Riverdale
Astoria 38-01 35th Avenue Long Island City
Triangle Apple 2201 Nostrand Ave. Brooklyn
Bronx Terminal Market 610 Exterior Street Bronx
117th St. East River Plaza 509 East 117th St. New York
Throggs Neck 815 Hutchinson River Pkwy Bronx
Gateway Center 448 Gateway Drive Brooklyn

Outside of NYC's Five Boroughs there are also Applebee's locations at the Cross County Shopping Center in Yonkers and Cortlandt Town Center in Mohegan Lake (both in Westchester) that are open as well.

Harlem Meer

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As of Monday, March 16, Governor Cuomo waived all state park feesIt's a good opportunity to go with family or friends outdoors, to city or state parks, while still observing social distancing. 

intangible form artechouse

ARTECHOUSE NYC is now temporarily closed. This pioneering digital gallery, new to Chelsea, has launched the #SupportARTECHOUSE campaign. Anytime Access passes can be purchased at a discount and redeemed for a later visit at any ARTECHOUSE location, which includes D.C. and Miami in addition to NYC. You can find this offer, as well as the option to simply donate to support the future of large-scale digital art, HERE.


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