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Where to Get Chocolate in NYC

(August 08, 2018) - New York knows chocolate. Whether you're looking for a classic like Hershey's or a refined version like Soho's MarieBelle, you'll find all kinds of sweet takes on everyone's favorite dessert. (read the story...)

9 Amazing Movie Theater Alternatives in NYC

(August 07, 2018) - Alternative movie theaters in New York City open up the worlds of VR, 4D, and deluxe experiences where you can enjoy craft cocktails and fries while checking out a great film. At these 9 movie theaters in NYC, you’ll find an experience no home theater can replicate. (read the story...)

Group Travel NYC: Where to Take Dance Classes with Friends

(August 07, 2018) - Picture this: you and your crew want some bachelorette-party fun, or you’re on a trip to the city, or you’re all tired of the same old night out. The solution to all of these problems is to book a group dance class. An instructor from one of these New York studios will teach you any kind of dance you’d like, from Bollywood to ballet to Beyonce. (read the story...)

The Best Malaysian Restaurants in NYC

(August 07, 2018) - The Southeast Asian country of Malaysia has a few faithful representatives on the New York food scene, but these few are mighty. Malaysian food features flavors you’ll recognize from the cuisines of nearby nations like Thailand, Vietnam, China, and India. So expect flavorful soups chock-full of meat, seafood, veggies, and noodles, plus ingredients like rice, egg, coconut milk, and cucumber (a common garnish). Head to one of these spots to try out some delicious dishes! (read the story...)

Summer Fun for Less: Use These City Guide Discounts in NYC!

(August 07, 2018) - Do New York City right with coupons and discounts to some of the city’s best attractions and restaurants. City Guide is your password to a museum of weird, wonderful treasures, the breathtaking One World Observatory, a Little Italy restaurant with a skylit garden, magic shows, comedy shows, and much more! (read the story...)

11 Weekend Happy Hours Near the Empire State Building

(August 07, 2018) - Weekend happy hours aren't as rare as you may think, especially on the bustling streets of Midtown near the Empire State Building. If you know where to look, you'll find cheap drinks and snacks. (read the story...)

Yaaaaas Queen: A Broad City Guide to NYC

(August 07, 2018) - One of the most entertaining shows to call New York City home is Comedy Central’s Broad City. To prepare for the release of the fifth and final season, visit some of the places Ilana Wexler and Abbi Abrams have visited, mentioned, or passed by in the series! Ilana and Abbi know where to go to have a "high" time through Manhattan and Brooklyn—enjoy spending a day Ilana and Abbi style! (read the story...)

September Shenanigans on New York City Stages

(August 07, 2018) - As I survey the September stages—what's upcoming on Broadway and beyond in New York theater—I am moved to a confession. I am addicted to slapstick. So when I learned The Play That Goes Wrong, Broadway’s longest running non-musical—once slated to close in September—had been tossed a lifeline through January 6th, I slipped on a banana peel and walked into a wall in celebration. (read the story...)

The Best Sushi in New York City

(August 02, 2018) - The New York sushi circuit boasts stiff competition. Legendary sushi chefs establish their counters both small and large here, importing delectable fish, seaweed, crab, roe, and basically anything edible from under the sea. (read the story...)

Japan Society: Timeless Tradition in the Heart of Manhattan

(August 02, 2018) - Steps away from the United Nations, the Japan Society in Midtown East welcomes anyone interested in things Japanese. From September through June, the Japan Society offers performing arts—music, plays, play readings, and dance. (read the story...)

Build-A-Bear's New Flagship in Midtown!

(August 02, 2018) - Taking your kid to the big city? Bring them to Build-A-Bear Workshop at its brand-new flagship in Herald Square! It’s a kid’s dream come true to make their own plush toy—and it’s not just bears anymore. At the store, you can make a new Pikachu, Elsa from Frozen, a T. Rex, or Wonder Woman. (read the story...)

Best Vegan Restaurants in Downtown New York City

(July 30, 2018) - New York City is one of the most innovative and creative cities when it comes to food. NYC has no limit on the number of specialty foods that it has to offer, and plant-based options are no exception. Some of the best Vegan food can be found here, and they even have nut-free, gluten-free, and Kosher varieties too, so everyone can appreciate an animal-product-less meal! Check out our list to see which restaurants shine with their all plant-based dishes (read the story...)

Celebrate The Intrepid's 75th Anniversary in NYC This August

(July 27, 2018) - To honor the ship’s 75th anniversary since its commissioning, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum will welcome veterans who served on Intrepid, their families, and the public to the ship and celebrate their courage. (read the story...)

5 Great Summer Steakhouse Specials in NYC

(July 27, 2018) - Some of the city's best steakhouses are offering summer discounts. Read on for wine, wagyu beef, and wedge salad specials at these New York steakhouses. (read the story...)

Men's Grooming NYC: Haircuts, Shaves, & More

(July 27, 2018) - Men's Grooming NYC: whether it’s a cut, shave, or male manicure you're in need of, New York provides state of the art pampering. We’ve got a rundown of the best spots for men’s grooming in NYC. (read the story...)

Where to Store Your Luggage in Midtown

(July 26, 2018) - Travel times don’t always match up with your check-in or check-out times. So what’s the simple solution to dragging around heavy suitcases and duffel bags when you’re in between reservations? New York City luggage storage! NYC is full of sights to see, events to attend, and activities to take part in, and luggage storage will give you the chance to hold onto just your essentials while you take advantage of every minute you’ve got in the city. These five luggage storage companies are located in Midtown for your convenience. (read the story...)

The Best Things to Do in NYC Next Month

(July 25, 2018) - With exhibits, sightseeing, fun for kids, concerts, and nightlife, there's tons going on in New York in October and we've got the best of it. (It's a great month for visiting, with the leaves turning, mellow weather, and lots and lots of activities.) (read the story...)

How to Score Discount Broadway Tickets

(July 24, 2018) - If you’re looking to see a show in New York City, you might be shocked by ticket prices listed online. Stalwart shows like The Lion King and Wicked can run you over $100—and don’t even get us started on Hamilton. Your options for discounted tickets require a bit of patience, but you could score big if you’re willing to wait for it! Here’s a guide to winning cheap tickets in New York: the land of lines. (read the story...)

7 Unique Vendors You Don't Want to Miss at Smorgasburg

(July 24, 2018) - Smorgasburg, Brooklyn’s premium outdoor food market, is a fantastic destination for unique foods. The food festival takes place every weekend from now until October, with Saturdays at East River State Park in Williamsburg, and Sundays in Prospect Park. Read on for our picks for some of the most original tastes at Smorgasburg, from hollowed-out fruit drinks to buns made with ramen. (read the story...)

Come From Away: A Once and Future Kindness

(July 24, 2018) - On the night of September 11, 2001, after the World Trade Center landscape had been desecrated into Ground Zero, Canadians Irene Sankoff and David Hein and a handful of their fellow NYC students sat around a piano letting music mitigate their emotions. (read the story...)

New York City's 10 Best Food Trucks

(July 24, 2018) - Food trucks are officially a thing in New York, and a very good thing at that. Forget waiting in hour-long lines to get seated at the hottest new restaurant in Manhattan, and instead prepare yourself to hop on line for awesome Mexican, Indian, and Korean BBQ. These 10 food trucks below have entirely upped the game when it comes to off-the-cuff dining, and while it’s hard to beat a sit-down restaurant, low prices and high quality may have you seeking out a meal on wheels. (read the story...)

Brewery Tours Throughout the Boroughs of NYC

(July 23, 2018) - Learn more about how beer is made and get a few tastes of your new favorite brew right from the source at these 5 breweries, currently offering tours in New York City. (read the story...)

SPYSCAPE: What Not to Miss When Visiting New York's Ultimate Spy Experience

(July 23, 2018) - If you dream of becoming a secret agent then New York City’s SPYSCAPE is a must-visit experience. SPYSCAPE is the world's premier spot to learn spy history and see if you have what it takes to be an undercover operative. (read the story...)

NYC's Best Summer Dance Performances and Festivals

(July 20, 2018) - New York City is home to some of the best dance performances in the world – and while summer sees some of the city’s biggest companies head out of town, there’s still plenty to discover this July and August. Enjoy dance styles from ballet to Broadway this summer at these upcoming dance performances and events. (read the story...)

The 6 Best Dessert Vendors at Smorgasburg

(July 19, 2018) - Sundays in Prospect Park (11am-6pm) just got a little sweeter. This year’s open-air food fair Smorgasburg has some of the best dessert vendors from all around NYC. From over-the-top ice cream to decadently fried dough balls to creamy vegan sorbet, Smorgasburg will not disappoint. Read on for our picks for the best desserts of Smorgasburg. (read the story...)


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