Halloween in NYC 2019: Scary Good Times
At Halloween in New York there's something for everyone, from pumpkins to haunted houses to canine parades. Everything culminates on Thursday the 31st, but we've got plenty of tempting goings-on for Halloween week and the lead up all through October. What follows is the best of 2019, all proof that celebrating Halloween in NYC is a scary good time.
Where to Toast Global Champagne Day in NYC
This October 18 is the 10th annual Global Champagne Day—yes, that’s a thing—and corks will be popping all over NYC in celebrations. Here are some choice selections, featuring Flûte, Air’s Champagne Parlor, Terroir Tribeca, and others.
5 Best Spots to Sip Champagne in NYC
Each one of these champagne bars has its own approach to the art of serving champagne. While some offer tasting flights organized by note, others are celebrated for being champagne destinations entirely funded by women.
Think Pink—Rally Behind the Breast Cancer Awareness Cause in NYC
'Tis the season for changing foliage, but there’s also lots of pink popping up throughout October. Support breast cancer awareness by drinking, dining, and getting glammed up at one of these city spots. Each is offering a special menu of cocktails, mocktails, or dishes; with each pink-themed item sold, a portion of the proceeds funds breast cancer awareness and research. Bloomingdale’s also joins the brigade by offering complimentary makeovers. It’s a great reason to go glam!
10 Upcoming Shows Not to Miss at Madison Square Garden
New York’s most famous event venue is Madison Square Garden and it attracts thousands to its storied arena every night of the week. We’ve assembled a collection of music, sports, theater, and comedy shows worth checking out there this fall and winter.
7 Offbeat Birthday Party Ideas in NYC
Read on for cruises, karaoke, and gaming spots where you can do something a little bit different for your next birthday celebration.
New Game in Town: The Long Acre Tavern Wows in Times Square
New to Times Square, Long Acre Tavern welcomes sports fans, beer nerds, bacon lovers, and brunchers.
8 Amazing Coffee Cocktails to Celebrate National Coffee Day in NYC
Those who love indulging in the flavor of coffee can celebrate National Coffee Day on September 29th with a brew-inspired cocktail. Each one of the cocktails featured is crafted with a few doses of java along with some spirits. Featuring Starbucks Reserve New York Roastery, My Friend Duke, Mister Paradise, and others.
In Style: Hotspots to Check Out for New York Fashion Week
It’s almost time for New York Fashion Week (NYFW), which kicks off September 6 and runs through September 14. The shows will be held at Spring Studios as well as other spaces throughout New York. Even if you haven’t nabbed an invitation, you can still indulge in some great people watching. Whether you’re jetting from show to show or simply yearn to unwind among the uber-stylish, there’s a host of Manhattan hotspots that are ideal for dining and drinking in style.
Prost! Celebrating Oktoberfest 2019 in NYC
For Oktoberfest 2019 in NYC, grab your favorite sweater, a friend or two, and toast Prost! at the Oktoberfest celebrations going on all around the city. From beer gardens to boat rides, we've got some great ideas for celebrating.
Best Cocktails in NYC This Fall
The beginning of fall is a great time to be in New York, and not the least because of the fresh set of autumn cocktails to enjoy. The best of the city's bars, including Clay, Felidia, Suzuki and others, are switching up their menus and ushering in a bevy of seasonal cocktails, so get out and enjoy!
Great Places to Watch Football in NYC
Football season certainly makes it easy for New Yorkers and their crews to transition into fall activities. The official kickoff for the NFL season is coming up on September 5th, so gather the crowd and head to one of these city hotspots.
12 Fall Concerts to Check Out in NYC
As always, New York has an impressive line-up of musical talent on the schedule this fall. Get a jump on your seasonal plans, and check out a diverse slate of concerts you can see in the city as the weather gets cooler. Get loose at the Forest Hills Stadium with Willie Nelson, see new acts like Lizzo and Mahalia own the stage, and enjoy Big Bird playing with the big band at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Here are 12 concerts to check out after Labor Day in New York City.
The Best Happy Hours in Downtown NYC
Cocktail spots and wine bars are a dime a dozen below 14th Street, but a truly good happy hour is harder to come by. Don’t pay full price for drinks (or snacks) at these 15 downtown watering holes, offering very happy happy hours throughout the week.
8 Cocktail Classes in NYC
Shake, stir, and pour like a New York bartender at these eight services hosting mixology classes. With just a few hours of instruction, you can make a killer gin rickey or a mighty Manhattan at one of the local schools or bars below. Check them out, and mix it up!
7 Best Places to Celebrate National Rum Day in NYC
On August 16, summertime revelers and rum aficionados will be celebrating National Rum Day. The rum-inspired occasion happens to fall on a Friday this year, so there’s even more of a reason to get out and celebrate.
Half Off Comedy and Magic at LOL Times Square Comedy Club
LOL Times Square Comedy Club is a space for comedy and magic in the heart of Times Square. There are shows nightly for locals and visitors alike, where New York comics share the stage with traveling pros.
Where to Enjoy Summer Fun in Brooklyn and Downtown Manhattan
Who needs a beach or country house when there are so many enticing offerings in Downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn? Lots of opportunities abound for outdoor concerts, dancing the night away, achieving zen at rooftop yoga, playing mini-golf, or catching an independent movie screening on either side of the Brooklyn Bridge.
10 Rooftop Happy Hours in NYC
New York rooftop experiences typically come at a premium, but not on this list. Here are 10 rooftop bars with happy hour deals to kick off your summer—and keep it going strong.
6 Murray Hill Happy Hours You Should Know
Here are 6 places to unwind and enjoy cocktails, wine, beer, and food at a discount in Murray Hill!
WorldPride 2019: Where to See Drag Shows in NYC
New York is proud to offer a lineup of outrageous drag queen-inspired brunches and dinner shows. One venue pays tribute to music minded divas such as Madonna while another offers month-long performances by an opera singer/drag queen who is a graduate of New York’s esteemed Juilliard School.
5 Cucumber Cocktails to Try Right Now in NYC
When the sun’s rays start to shine a bit brighter, many of us will be yearning to get outside, and the perfect pairing is one of New York's new wave of cucumber cocktails. For the best of NYC mixology, check out our lineup of innovative drinks all made with this refreshing garden veggie.
Exploring Drinks and Bites From the Pacific in NYC
May marks Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. Home to East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Oceania (which includes Hawaii, Australia, and Polynesia), the unique tastes of the region can be found in New York City. Offerings range from tuna poke and truffle taro chips to Aussie grub, cricket games, and tiki-inspired cocktails on an outdoor terrace. Go explore!
Best Craft Cocktails This Spring in NYC
Spring has arrived, ushering in New York's refreshing cocktail season. The city boasts an extensive list of venues, some with outdoor seating or rooftop terraces. Invite the crew and explore one of these chic city hotspots with a cool drink to celebrate spring!
Outdoor Concerts Return This Summer to Brooklyn's Industry City
Created by the team behind Brooklyn venues The Bell House and Union Hall, City Farm Presents announces its return to Industry City for a second summer of outdoor concerts and fun dance parties, featuring Slothrust, Frankie Cosmos, Marco Benevento, and more. Slothrust, Frankie Cosmos, Marco Benevento and more.