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5 Lunch Specials to Try Right Now in Midtown NYC

(January 14, 2019) - Some of New York City's finest restaurants are best visited at lunch. Often, you can enjoy a meal for less than you’d pay in the evening. You’re also more likely to get a table at these popular spots. Here are several lunch specials available now in midtown! (read the story...)

Shades of Brilliance: Tiffany Glass at The Neustadt Collection and Queens Museum

(January 11, 2019) - The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass, located in Long Island City, Queens, seeks to preserve Louis C. Tiffany’s contribution to American design and innovation. Tiffany’s distinctive glass lamps and over 250,000 pieces of glass, collected at Neustadt, are open to the public for the first time ever! Twice a month, come experience an intimate, guided tour of the Tiffany Glass Archive, just a short ride from Grand Central. (read the story...)

The Statue of Liberty Museum Opens This May in NYC

(January 11, 2019) - Standing 305 feet above the water in New York Harbor is one of the world’s most recognizable figures: the Statue of Liberty. This iconic New York landmark is getting her due with a new museum opening in May. The Statue of Liberty Museum, adjacent to the Statue on Liberty Island, will be free for all visitors. The museum will contain unique multimedia experiences and astounding artifacts from the copper lady’s 130-year history. Below are some highlights about this brand-new cultural institution. (read the story...)

12 Secret Restaurants in NYC

(January 04, 2019) - In a city filled with blinding marquees, spinning signs, and street hawkers, there’s a certain value to keeping secrets. These 12 NYC restaurants are defined by exclusivity and word-of-mouth advertising instead of bright signage. (read the story...)

Save on The Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking

(January 04, 2019) - The Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking, sweeps audiences along a 10,000-year journey through history across the globe accompanied by craft cocktails and live musical performances! Save $15 off ticket price with City Guide. (read the story...)

Reviewer's Beat: American Son

(January 03, 2019) - American Son, Christopher Demos-Brown’s provocative new work, is set in the waiting room of a Miami police station where Kendra, an African-American mother, looks for answers about her missing teenage son. (read the story...)

From Bowl to Soul: wagamama Opening in Murray Hill on February 6th!

(January 03, 2019) - Brand new to the Murray Hill area, UK Asian fusion restaurant wagamama will be opening its newest location in New York. (read the story...)

Eat, Shop, and Play at Industry City, Brooklyn's Innovation Ecosytem

(December 27, 2018) - Industry City is a self-described “innovation ecosystem” in South Brooklyn, inviting tourists and locals alike to shop, eat, and explore its 35 acres of converted industrial space. The facilities consist of 16 gigantic buildings on the Brooklyn coastline in the neighborhood of Sunset Park. (read the story...)

Joeys and Java: 8 Australian Restaurants to Try Now in NYC

(December 27, 2018) - There are many, many Australian cafes and restaurants in New York City for anyone wanting a photogenic Avocado toast or a savory pie filled with kangaroo meat (no joke). Find 8 of your new favorite all-day cafes and restaurants here! (read the story...)

Where to Find Culture and Cocktails in NYC

(December 26, 2018) - After a leisurely afternoon of browsing artwork, unwind with a cocktail or glass of bubbly at one of Manhattan’s chic museum restaurants, lounges, or bars, including Morgan Library, Museum of Art & Design, The Neue Galerie, and more. (read the story...)

Reviewer's Beat: Elaine May and The Waverly Gallery

(December 21, 2018) - Oscar-winning playwright Kenneth Lonergan’s The Waverly Gallery offers audiences a theatrically enhanced time capsule inspired by his grandmother’s descent into dementia…and her actual Greenwich Village art gallery. (read the story...)

Tips for Visiting New York City During the Winter Months

(December 21, 2018) - Cold weather and snow storms in New York City make visitors shiver and turn the streets a little treacherous. November through March, temperatures can drop below freezing. Here are some benefits to traveling to NYC during the colder months, including lowered costs, special events (NYC Restaurant Week, Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, a Hot Chocolate Festival), and tips on winter gear. Suit up, sled down a hill, and get ready to shop! (read the story...)

See the Mixed VR Defying Gravity: Women in Space at the Intrepid Museum

(December 21, 2018) - On view now at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is an exhibition for the inspiring astronaut in you. Defying Gravity: Women in Space takes you on the groundbreaking journey of Dr. Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman in space, with the help of VR headsets and a real space shuttle, the Enterprise, a permanent installation at the Intrepid. (read the story...)

Winter Dance Performances in NYC

(December 21, 2018) - The weather outside may be chilly, but things will be heating up this winter inside New York City’s theaters, as dancers and choreographers in all genres perform world-class work on the city’s stages. From classic Nutcracker productions to cutting-edge modern dance works, here are the winter dance performances that should be on your radar. (read the story...)

Now Open! KGB Spy Museum in NYC

(December 21, 2018) - Brand new to Manhattan, the KGB Spy Museum takes you deep into the world of Soviet espionage from the early 20th century to today. Located on West 14th Street, this museum exposes kids and adults to the secretive technologies that make spying possible, like cryptology machines, tiny recording devices, and poisonous umbrellas (you read that right!). You’ll also find out how the covert work of intelligence agents has shaped the world and influenced our public fears of Russia, a country still prominent in the American imagination today. (read the story...)

Things to Do in NYC in February

(December 21, 2018) - New York in February may be sunk in winter, but the city is as vibrant as ever, with theater, culture, dining, and nightlife scenes all going full-bore. (read the story...)

New York Coupons: Save $10 at Planet Hollywood

(December 21, 2018) - Save $10 at Planet Hollywood when you use City Guide's coupon. (read the story...)

Get a Free Gift When You Buy a World-Class Watch From Tissot in NYC

(December 19, 2018) - Since 1853, Swiss watch brand Tissot has been a pioneer of fine craftsmanship and innovation. Associated with style, quality, and precision performance, the Tissot brand also offers traditional luxury that is within reach. Make a Tissot purchase at one of four New York boutiques and get a free gift with City Guide's coupon. (read the story...)

Tickets on Sale for Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving at Brooklyn Museum

(December 17, 2018) - Opening February 8, 2019, Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving will present the art and artifacts of the renowned Mexican painter at the Brooklyn Museum. Tickets are on sale now. (read the story...)

A Loverly Conversation with My Fair Lady’s Harry Hadden-Paton

(December 11, 2018) - In many ways, the brilliant Broadway revival of My Fair Lady at Lincoln Center’s Vivian Beaumont Theater is very much like the smash musical when it premiered on Broadway in 1956, starting with the plot. (read the story...)

Visit the World's First Mozzarella Bar in Two Amazing NYC Locations: Obica

(December 11, 2018) - If you love fresh, creamy mozzarella on a Neapolitan pie or a fresh plate of burrata, visit the mozzarella experts in New York City at Obicà. This Italian chain, with locations worldwide, has two New York outposts in Midtown East and Flatiron. (read the story...)

7 Tips for Not Getting Ripped Off in NYC

(December 05, 2018) - Tourists come bright-eyed and bushy-tailed to New York, eager to see the sights and engage with the city. People who’ve been around the block once or twice know what first-time visitors often don’t: there are a lot of people trying to take your money in this city. These seven tips should help you get wise to the common ripoffs around town and how to avoid them. (read the story...)

Holiday Dining & Beyond: Great Private Party Spaces in NYC

(December 05, 2018) - New York restaurants are notoriously short on space, but we've gathered up some great exceptions for holiday and special occasion dining in a private party group space as only New York can do it. (read the story...)

Ben Crawford Sets the Right Tone for The Phantom of the Opera

(December 04, 2018) - Forty-six U.S. states are less populous than the 18.5 million people who’ve seen The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. We’re not even talking about other productions worldwide—that number totals almost half the population of the entire continental United States. As the show catapults into its 31st year on the Great White Way, there seems to be no end in sight to its popularity. (read the story...)

Festive Fun at 23 Days of Flatiron Cheer in NYC

(December 04, 2018) - Flatiron is getting a lot more fun this holiday season, as the Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership hosts 23 Days of Flatiron Cheer. Each day from December 1 to 23, local businesses are celebrating the holidays with a series of giveaways, free walking tours, free fitness classes, performances, and an interactive art installation on Flatiron Plaza. (read the story...)


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