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These NYC Spots Will Make You Want to Celebrate Tequila Day!
(July 19, 2017) - It’s time to celebrate summer and National Tequila Day, this July 24th, is a perfect way. New York City's bars, restaurants, and gastropubs will be saying “salud!” to refreshing tequila drinks and lots of revelry. (read the story...)


Pin Me: Best of NYC's New Beer ATMs
(July 18, 2017) - With summer in full swing, nothing hits the spot quite like some ice cold beer. New York City is at the front of the race once again with beer ATMs popping up all over the city for your self-serving fun and convenience. Beer ATMs work are less like offshoots of banks and more like fountain drink machines: you get to pick which beer you want and how much of it you plan to down. Forget flagging down a server to refill your lager or stout, and take you destiny into your own hands. The future is now. (read the story...)


From Improv to Hypnosis: NYC's Best Comedy Alternatives
(July 11, 2017) - Make ‘em laugh. Laughter is the best medicine. Live, laugh, love. New York embraces this advice perhaps better than any other city in the world. In addition to our world-class stand up scene, you can also find some amazing alternative forms of funny here. Improv, hypnosis, magic, and even dance parties can be hilarious if you know where to look. New York has no shortage of entertainment, and these five alternatives to traditional stand-up comedy are proof of that. (read the story...)


Cool Spots to Beat the Summer Heat in Williamsburg Brooklyn
(June 29, 2017) - Hot, hot, hotter. That pretty much sums up the New York summer. But if you are visiting New York during the summer, a high temperature isn't going to stop you from exploring the city, is it now? One neighborhood in New York not to miss is trendy Williamsburg, Brooklyn. While there are tons of options for shopping and restaurants, here are our picks for the best options in Williamsburg to beat the heat. (read the story...)


5 NYC Summer Beer Specials You Don't Want to Miss!
(June 21, 2017) - What goes better with a hot summer day than an ice cold beer? Nothing. Beer is great all year round, and New York City loves to have a drink that’s a bit out of the ordinary from time to time. These five establishments know how to serve their beer the right way—and that’s with a little something extra to keep you coming back. Think: one-time-only events, specials, and seasonal drafts. Check out these summer beer specials in NYC that you won’t want to miss! (read the story...)


Win a Trip to the Great American Beer Festival From Heartland Brewery!
(June 20, 2017) - NYC's Heartland Brewery is offering a free trip for two to the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado. Enter the contest now! (read the story...)


6 Best Sunday Drink Special in NYC
(June 20, 2017) - Sundays in New York may not have the traffic of Fridays and Saturdays, which makes it all the easier to go out and have fun. Don’t believe us? Head to one of these five bars on any given Sunday and see for yourself. From $4 shots to half-price Bloody Marys, these Sunday hot spots will keep your weekend’s end just as entertaining as its beginning. (read the story...)


NYC’s Best Sangria
(June 19, 2017) - Ah, sangria. The grown-up version of the fruity and refreshing punch you couldn’t get enough of as a kid. Of Spanish origin, sangria comes in many different colors and flavors depending on who’s making it. From red wine to flavored rum, if you can dream it, you can find it somewhere in New York City. Not to mention, it’s jam-packed with fresh fruit. You’ll basically be fulfilling your vitamin C requirement for the day with every glass you drink, and if not, at least it tastes great! Keep a look out for these five New York establishments for all of your fruit and sangria needs. (read the story...)


NYC's Best Salsa Clubs for Dancing the Night Away
(June 16, 2017) - If there’s one type of music and dance that can get even those with two left feet up and moving, it’s got to be salsa. A festive and upbeat style of dance, salsa brings a lively Latin culture with it wherever it goes. The Museum of the City of New York is hosting an exhibit through November 26 called Rhythm & Power, which celebrates the history of salsa in New York, a key location in the dance form's evolution. Check out this collection, or stop by one of these amazing New York City salsa clubs to experience it for yourself! (read the story...)


Cooper Hewitt Cocktail Thursdays Sizzle with Summer Entertainment
(June 01, 2017) - Cooper Hewitt's popular summer performance series Cocktails at Cooper Hewitt returns to the Arthur Ross Terrace and Garden for Thursday evenings from June 8th through August 24th. The expanded season, set in one of the largest enclosed museum gardens in New York City, will showcase a wide array of performers from musicians to singers to dancers to DJs, and opens with a musical experience curated by four-time Grammy Award-winner Esperanza Spalding. (read the story...)


Kitchen 21: Brooklyn’s New Awe-Inspiring Dining Experience
(May 22, 2017) - Kitchen 21 is the Craveable Hospitality Group’s latest dining venture and it's about to make Brooklyn's Coney Island a culinary destination. Compiling five awe-inspiring experiences, Kitchen 21 brings together The Parachute Bar, Community Clam Bar, Test Kitchen, Coney Island Café, and Boardwalk & Vine at the Ford Amphitheater in Coney Island. That’s right, you can enjoy the show at the amphitheater while indulging in some serious good eats right next to the action. (read the story...)


Manhattan's Best Big Bars for Groups
(May 19, 2017) - Large groups are often the most fun to go out with, but sometimes finding a space to fit the group can be a bit of a challenge, especially in the tight confines of NYC. These five bars are spacious and welcoming, making for perfect group destinations. Get your drink (and your eat!) on at any one of these fine establishments next time you’re traveling Manhattan with a large group in tow. (read the story...)


Best NYC Boats for Skyline Drinks
(May 19, 2017) - Want to know the best way to enjoy the New York City skyline in all its towering glory? From the water, of course! To make it even better, take in the views with a drink in your hand and the breeze in your face aboard one of these five booze-fueled NYC cruises. (read the story...)


What to Expect at NYC Pride 2017
(May 16, 2017) - New York City will be celebrating its 48th Pride Week this year from June 16th to June 25th. Mark your calendar and be a part of NYC’s biggest LGBT celebration. If you’ve ever attended NYC’s Pride Week, then you know that the party doesn’t stop. With a recently revealed theme and a line-up of spectacular events (including both annual events and new events), NYC Pride Week 2017 is shaping up to be one of the best the city has ever seen. (read the story...)


Cinco de Mayo NYC
(May 02, 2017) - Cinco de Mayo falls on Thursday, May 5th this year, providing New York all the excuse it needs to get a little more festive than usual. Mexican food is packed with flavor, and the city turns out some fine versions of it, perfect for celebrating the Mexican victory over the French at the 1862 Battle of Puebla. As we get deeper into spring we get deeper into margarita season, and you'll find plenty of opportunities to get around a salted rim. Read on for our picks of the top places to party this Cinco de Mayo in NYC. (read the story...)


Jazz NYC: The Best Places to Listen
(April 18, 2017) - Whether you want loud and progressive, quiet and moody, or bouncy and swingy, there's someplace—actually several someplaces—to listen to jazz in New York City, one of the best places in the world for the music form that America invented. Whether you're an aficionado or just want a taste of the sound, you really can’t go wrong. Jazz, after all, is about improvisation, so feel free to just let loose. Read on for our picks for the best places to hear jazz in NYC. (read the story...)


Group Travel: Spring Break in NYC
(March 30, 2017) - If you’re planning to spend your spring break in New York City, then you’re sure to be in for a good time. No matter the season, NYC is always filled with plenty of things to do, from its rambunctious nightlife to its breathtaking observation decks. Read on to get in a New York state of mind and figure out what exactly to do while you’re in town for a New York City spring break. (read the story...)


Drink Better Beer: Jon Bloostein of New York's Heartland Brewery
(March 29, 2017) - From a kid of 4 who sold Burpee Seeds door to door, to the “The Cone Ranger,” who introduced Ben & Jerry’s ice cream to New York, to his present spot looking over New York's beloved Heartland Brewery, Jon Bloostein is first and foremost an innovator. (read the story...)


NYC's Twin Peaks/Mad Men Inspired Cocktail Bar The Lately Opens
(March 24, 2017) - Those that appreciate a good cocktail and cozy ambiance will want to check out the new Twin Peaks meets Mad Men inspired cocktail bar, The Lately, now open in the Meatpacking District. (read the story...)


Where to Watch March Madness in New York City
(March 17, 2017) - March Madness is officially underway, and everybody knows that the best way to enjoy a game is in the company of good friends, good eats, and of course, good booze. Rounded up below are our top five picks for where to enjoy the games in New York City during this month of high-stakes basketball games and brackets galore. Whether you’re rooting for Duke or UCLA or a Cinderella story, you’re bound to have a good time at any one of these basketball-loving hangouts below. (read the story...)


The Best Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in NYC
(March 07, 2017) - New York's Irish population may be 13%, but come St. Patrick's Day it feels like the entire city is Irish. In the days leading up to and just after March 17th you can find Irish culture across New York. The city’s main event is the St. Patrick's Day Parade, which heads up Fifth Avenue from 44th to 86th Street. (read the story...)


NYC's Best Beer Halls
(March 07, 2017) - If you’re not in the mood for New York City’s overly posh bar scene, then one of these five beer halls might be more your speed. Don’t get us wrong, these places are as cool as anything the city has to offer, but they do allow you a more casual space to down a few brews while noshing on some seriously delicious bar food. Here are our top five picks for NYC beer halls. (read the story...)


NYC's 5 Best Bowling Alleys
(March 03, 2017) - If you’re looking for a good indoor activity to keep you busy on colder days (and nights), you may want to consider going for a bowl. New York City’s bowling alleys up the ante for the sport with trendy interiors and energetic ambiances. You can also bet that the food is way better in these big city bowling alleys than anywhere else in the country. Rounded up below are our top 5 picks for bowling in New York. (read the story...)


Music and More at The Green Room 42
(March 03, 2017) - Sunday, March 5th, near the heart of the Theater District, The Green Room 42 will be opening its doors for the first time. This intimate venue will provide up close and personal views of some of New York City’s most beloved Broadway stars and performers. Along with catching a jaw-dropping performance in this immersive state-of-the-art entertainment venue, patrons can also enjoy small plates and cocktails by esteemed Chef Gabriel Israel. (read the story...)


NYC's 6 Best Trivia Nights
(February 28, 2017) - If mingling at bars isn’t really your jam, attending one of New York City’s trivia nights may be the way to go. Trivia nights turn an evening at the bar into an activity that everybody can enjoy. Bring your friends, grab a table, and put on your thinking caps, because these six NYC trivia nights are the best the city has to offer. (read the story...)



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