Movies / Screening
The Chelsea Film Festival partners with Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea to present its brand new program: Kino & Vino Series® on the second Monday of each month at 7pm. Each screening will be followed by a Q&A and networking reception ... moreBow Tie Cinemas Chelsea
260 West 23rd Street
New York, NY 10011
Party Earth Review Designed by the same architects who created Central Park, Brooklyn’s Prospect Park is a popular getaway for locals and visitors looking for a bit of respite from the city’s hectic pace. A 585-acre expanse of natural beauty, the park connects Park Slope, Crown Heights, and Kensington, bringing together otherwise disparate ... more
Between Prospect Park West, Eastern Parkway, Washington Avenue, and Parkside West
Brooklyn, NY 11218
New York Fashion Week is a semi-annual fashion trade show held in Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. During the September fashion week, designers’ Ready-to-Wear, Haute Couture, and men’s Spring/Summer collections ... moreLincoln Center
70 Lincoln Plaza
New York, NY 10023
Party Earth Review With its cavernous space, delicious eats, and sideshow theme, the sleek Brooklyn Bowl turns the typical bowling alley on its head and gives it an amusing spin. Once past the velvet ropes, giggling crowds of students and good-natured young professionals looking to bowl make their way to the shoe counter, decked out with ... more
61 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Holiday Event / Running
Cupid’s Undie Run NYC is an annual fun run for charity held in February in New York City’s Meatpacking District. Pre- and post-race festivities are held at the warm, wood-paneled Brass Monkey bar, home to over seventy different ... moreStage 48
608 West 48th Street
New York, NY 10036
Party Earth Review Once just another abandoned and overgrown set of elevated railroad tracks, the High Line has been transformed into an urban park where patrons stroll down artfully slanted concrete planks, peruse the booths of local artists, and enjoy a peaceful atmosphere three stories above the city streets. Planted with over two hundred ... more
Washington Street and Gansevoort Street, and Tenth Avenue at West 14th Street (elevator), West 16th Street (elevator), West 18th Street, West 20th Street, West 23rd Street, West 26th Street, West 28th Street, and West 30th Street
New York, NY 10011
On Valentine’s Day, couples nurture romance and singles laugh it up at the annual My Funny Valentine at Caroline’s. Held each year at Caroline’s in New York City, My Funny Valentine at Caroline’s is a gut-busting Valentine ... moreCarolines On Broadway
New York, NY 10019
Party Earth Review A dream come true for shopaholics, foodies, and art lovers alike, SoHo is a versatile downtown neighborhood offering an unending variety of shops, galleries, and restaurants. On weekend afternoons, the area is usually swarming with young creative professionals and tourists who flood mainstream stores like Zara, Bloomingdale ... more
Between Houston Street and Canal Street, and Broadway and Sixth Avenue
New York, NY 10012
For two days in February, the streets of New York go to the dogs at the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Held at Madison Square Garden in New York City, the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is one of the biggest, most iconic dog shows ... moreMadison Square Garden
4 Pennsylvania Plaza
New York, NY 10001
Party Earth Review Located on the Hudson River waterfront at Pier 66, The Frying Pan and the adjacent Lackawanna Barge are two old vessels transformed into a unique seasonal hotspot that attracts swarms of fashionably casual and outgoing young professionals ready to party in the open air. Fitted out with a bar and grill, Lackawanna ... more
Pier 66 in Hudson River Park at West 26th Street
New York, NY 10011
From the end of February through the beginning of March, beer lovers gear up for great brews at the annual New York City Beer Week. Kicking off with the Opening Night at the Galapagos Art Space in Brooklyn, the New York City Beer Week features ... moreThroughout the city
Party Earth Review Named after a mythical siren of the Rhine River, Loreley Restaurant & Biergarten lures a clientele of beer lovers both day and night. The rustic brick and wood front room sports pine tables and a long black bar, where financial types and young professionals mingle with hip downtown artists over savory German food and massive ... more
7 Rivington Street
New York, NY 10002
For those not too hung-over or danced-out from the city’s nightlife, there are hundreds of things to do in New York from shopping, parks, and plazas, to events, festivals, theater, and happy hours. A beacon for the fashion world, Fifth Avenue offers plenty of flagship stores and legendary establishments like Tiffany & Co., Bergdorf Goodman, and Saks Fifth Avenue where fashion lovers can peruse the high-end clothing and jewelry creations of some of the world’s most sophisticated designers.
No less impressive is Central Park, an 843-acre swath of lush nature, open meadows, and quaint, winding paths alive with joggers, sunbathers, sports enthusiasts, cyclists, and dog walkers in a never-ending quest for outdoor activities in the big metropolis.
It’s no surprise that in such a compact and diverse city, one can find culture on every corner, from the iconic silhouette of the Empire State Building, the otherworldly expanse of Chinatown, and the tourist-mobbed Times Square to looming historical institutions and landmarks like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rockefeller Center, or the latest blockbuster theater performances on Broadway.
And not to be forgotten among New York’s cultural treasures is the full schedule of parades and festivals celebrating every major holiday, religion, race, creed, and culture.
Whether it’s hanging out at a café for brunch, sightseeing all over NYC, hitting up Happy Hour with friends, or soaking up the city for a night on the town, there are endless New York things to do for all types, all moods, and all hours of the day.