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A Boozy Brunch By Boat

February 22, 2017


Looking for a unique way to take in NYC while also enjoying brunch and a cocktail? Look no further; every Saturday and Sunday, Classic Harbor Line offers buffet brunch cruises around Manhattan. For over two and a half hours, indulge in a delicious spread featuring New York’s favorite brunch food, and enjoy a complimentary champagne, Bloody Mary, or Mimosa while taking in the sights of the city. Highlights include the George Washington Bridge, Battery Park and Financial District, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, and Roosevelt Island. And don’t worry about the cold winter chill, either. The boat has indoor seating— and plenty of cocktails— to keep you nice and warm. Tickets can sell out, so be sure to secure your spot ahead of time. Discounted tickets can be purchased here. The cruise is $68 for adults and departs from Chelsea Piers (Pier 62 - W. 22nd and Hudson River).  Don’t miss out on this one of a kind experience! 


Ice Festival

February 06, 2017

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Celebrate Valentine's Day in a unique way on Saturday at the Naumburg Bandshell in Central Park at 72nd Street. Watch artists carve ice sculptures from 3-5pm. There will be food truck fare available for purchase throughout the event. After 5pm it becomes a silent disco with your choice between 80s hits, Top 40, or favorite NYC artists. The event is free and open to all ages and headphones will be provided for the silent disco. Have fun!


Hot Chocolate Festival

February 03, 2017


Hot chocolate is sooo good on a cold winter's day. And there's still plenty more winter to go around. During the month of February, City Bakery will feature a different flavor every day! Flavors include: spicy cinnamon, caramel, white chocolate, espresso, bourbon, chili pepper, banana peel, and more. Enjoy!


Romantic Cooking Classes

February 01, 2017


Valentine's Day is only 2 weeks away and if you're looking for something fun to do together you might want to check out some cooking classes at the Institute of Culinary Education. Make a romantic meal for 2, taste champagne, or make Valentine's Day cupcakes. Follow this link and search "Valentine's Day" for a list of classes. Sign up now before it's too late!


Pancake Month

January 30, 2017

February is pancake month! If you crave delicious, warm, fluffy pancakes at breakfast, or even dinner, go to the Clinton Street Baking Company where they will be offering special pancake flavors Monday-Friday for the month of February. For the flavors and and more information, visit the official website. Enjoy!


Restaurant Week

January 23, 2017


It's time again for one of our favorites: New York City Restaurant Week. From now-February 10 try some of New York City's best restaurants and get a great price too! It's only $29 for a 3-course meal at lunch time and $42 for a 3-course meal at dinnertime. There are some restrictions, and not all restaurants are offering both deals, but check out the website for more details!


Cassoulet Cookoff

January 09, 2017

Watch amateur and professional chefs face off in the annual cassoulet competition at Jimmy's No. 43. The best part is that YOU get to be the judge by enjoying samples of all of them. Tickets for the event cost $20 per person and include the cassoulet samples only. Beverages available to purchase separately. The event is held Sunday, January 15 from 1-4pm. Bon appetit!


Santacon 2016

December 05, 2016

It's time for the annual SantaCon this Saturday. Dress up as Santa, one of his elves, Mrs. Claus, or something else holiday related and partake in this fun and unique bar-hopping event with others in costume. Though it does not cost anything to participate (other than the cost of drinks) it is suggested to donate $10 that will go to charity. Follow the twitter page for location updates. Have fun, but be responsible!


Winter's Eve at Lincoln Square

November 22, 2016

Get ready for New York City's largest holiday festival next Monday, November 28. From 5:30-9pm head over to Lincoln Square to really kick off the holiday season. Enjoy free live music and other entertainment, fun for the kids, a tree lighting ceremony and more. There will also be food to purchase from top local kitchens like A Voce, Landmarc, Porter House New York, and more. Other than the food, it is completely free, so don't forget to check it out!



November 16, 2016

is an annual food drive done with bicycles throughout the city. This year's starts at Hudson Yards at 11th Avenue and 24th Street on Saturday at 2pm. Registration begins at 1pm on the East side of 11th Avenue between 34th and 35th Streets. There's no pre-registering online, so you will need to go register before you start. The event is also a scavenger hunt and all the food you find will benefit needy families around Thanksgiving. All you need is a bag, a bike, a lock, and about $15-20 cash for food buying. It's a fun way to get exercise and help those in need! Who's in?