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Build-A-Bear Workshop Coupon Savings

(June 18, 2018) - Build-A-Bear Workshop offers the most fun you’ll ever make, and with City Guide's coupon code you can enjoy it at a discount. (read the story...)

Celebrate Brooklyn! Outdoor Music Concerts This Summer in NYC

(June 18, 2018) - Summer fun doesn’t get much better than outdoor concerts. This year, Celebrate Brooklyn! returns for its 39th year to the Prospect Park Bandshell in Brooklyn for high-caliber musical acts. (read the story...)

It's Rosé Season in NYC: Here's Where to Find It

(June 15, 2018) - The warm weather has arrived just in time for rosé season and New York bars and resaturants are ready. Whether frozen, chilled, or in decadent dessert form, we’ve rounded up some of the best new rosés of the season. (read the story...)

From Art to Economics: What to See and Do at NYC's China Institute

(June 15, 2018) - Whether your interest in things Chinese relates to art, language, programs for kids and teens or cultural topics, Lower Manhattan's China Institute is a great resource. Read on for our picks for what to see there now. (read the story...)

Hell's Kitchens: The Best Outdoor Restaurants for Pre-Theater in NYC

(June 15, 2018) - If you’re seeing a Broadway show on a nice day, there’s simply no need to sit inside to eat! There are plenty of restaurants with al fresco dining nearby in Hell's Kitchen, and we’ve rounded up eight dependable options. You can choose from Turkish, Italian, French—okay, we won’t spoil the rest. Read on for outdoor dining options in Hell’s Kitchen that are perfect for pre-theater. (read the story...)

Taxi Lost 'n' Found: How to Get Back Something Left in an NYC Cab

(June 15, 2018) - You’ve hopped out of a taxi, when you realize you left your phone in the cab. Follow these steps to get your phone or other lost items back. (read the story...)

Escape to Georgia O'Keeffe's Visions of Hawaii at The New York Botanical Garden

(June 13, 2018) - The 250-acre New York Botanical Garden, now a National Historic Landmark, was founded in 1881, six years before the birth of Georgia O’Keeffe, whose Hawaiian paintings inspired NYBG’s current thematic show: Georgia O’Keeffe: Visions of Hawaii, on view until October 28, 2018. (read the story...)

Summer in the City: Ariana DeBose in Summer: The Donna Summer Musical

(June 13, 2018) - Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, with its winning parade of Summer’s songs, is lighting up the stage of Broadway’s Lunt-Fontanne Theatre with its savvy portrait of the Queen of Disco. (read the story...)

New on New York's Water: Circle Line Cruises for Summer 2018

(June 13, 2018) - For more than 70 years, Circle Line has been showing guests the best sights of NYC, including the only cruise that takes visitors and locals alike all the way around the island of Manhattan: Circle Line’s Best of NYC Cruise. (read the story...)

New Escape Adventure Coming to Ripley's Believe It or Not! Times Square

(June 13, 2018) - This summer, come to Ripley’s Relic, a new attraction in Times Square at the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! museum. (read the story...)

Celebrating 75 Years of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Musical with the NY Public Library

(June 13, 2018) - Musical theatre lovers who want to celebrate Rodgers and Hammerstein's innovative partnership can now make their way to the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, where a new exhibition is putting a spotlight on the songwriters’ career and legacy (read the story...)

2018 Tony Awards Wrap Up: A (Well?) Done Deal

(June 12, 2018) - Time to wrap up the 2018 Tony Awards: winners, losers, and more…so I didn’t totally tank on my predictions but I did underestimate the Tony voters' love for The Band’s Visit. And I am extremely pleased that love was reflected in the overall outcome…kudos to an amazing show. (read the story...)

Exquisite Kaiseki Dining at New York Newcomer Suzuki

(June 11, 2018) - If you’re looking for fresh seafood, exquisite presentation, and perfectly soft rice, come to Midtown Manhattan's Suzuki and its accompanying sushi bar, Satsuki, which recently received a Michelin star! Through March 2018, you can also try thin slices of fugu, or pufferfish, at both restaurants (the pufferfish is famously toxic if not prepared correctly, but no worries about that here!). (read the story...)

Where to Get the Best Street Art Selfies in New York City

(June 08, 2018) - A highlight of a visit to New York is its world-class street art, much of which is ready to serve as a key souvenir with a selfie shot. Once an underground art form widely maligned for defacing the walls of city buildings, street art has garnered acclaim from the public as well as critics who can’t help but love master street artists like TATS Cru, Tristan Eaton, and Banksy. (read the story...)

How to Get the Most out of Your Visit to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

(June 08, 2018) - The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island in New York City have seen over 9 million visitors—just in the last two years! These iconic landmarks are must-sees when you visit the city, but as with all great sightseeing, you’ll need to plan a little for the best experience possible. City Guide is here to help with tips on how to book your trip to these historic islands this summer! (read the story...)

A Perfect Summer Day on Coney Island: Luna Park

(June 08, 2018) - Summer means it’s time to check an important item off your bucket list: a roller coaster ride and hot dog at Coney Island’s Luna Park. This amusement park keeps with the spirit of the 1903 original, attracting fun-lovers from across the globe with its legendary wooden roller coaster (the Cyclone), other rides, games, and that nearby indelible hot dog. (read the story...)

Flatiron Summer Series Offers Tech Classes, Fitness, and Games—for Free!

(June 08, 2018) - The Flatiron Summer Series is a schedule of weekly free events like digital marketing classes, kickboxing, and jazz with a scoop of gelato. (read the story...)

Predictions for the 2018 Tony Awards

(June 07, 2018) - With the 72nd Annual Tony Awards only days away, I am once more honored to regale readers with predictions. Of winners. In key categories. Chosen by me. A masochistic venture at best because, should you be at all familiar with my success ratio over the years, I am embarrassingly iffy at this! (read the story...)

Celebrate World Oceans Day This Friday with National Geographic Ocean Odyssey

(June 04, 2018) - This Friday, June 8, marks World Oceans Day. Partnering with the Dopper Foundation, National Geographic’s Encounter: Ocean Odyssey will commemorate this special day with a free talk, discount tickets, and the premiere of Plastic Bridge, a recreation of the Brooklyn Bridge made of 25,000 single-use plastic bottles. (read the story...)

An Incredible Giacometti Retrospective Comes to the Guggenheim

(June 01, 2018) - Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti (1901-1966), a Modernist sculptor, was a master of perspective. His elongated human figures, spindly miniatures, and ghostly paintings and drawings invite the viewer to lean in close and evaluate the work on its own terms rather than those of the viewer herself. June 8, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York presents Giacometti, an exhibition of over 175 works by the artist. (read the story...)

Your New Favorite Outfit Is Waiting at the Just-Opened MARCUS Meatpacking Store in NYC

(May 30, 2018) - Fashion mogul Marcus Lemonis has helmed over 100 fashion businesses, and he has brought his newest venture to the Meatpacking District in New York City. MARCUS, which celebrated its grand opening in May, carries must-have women’s labels like Citizens of Humanity, Theory, and Elizabeth & James. (read the story...)

Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms at New-York Historical Society

(May 30, 2018) - For a look at American popular culture of the Rockwell/Roosevelt era, visit the first floor galleries at the New-York Historical Society to see Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms, a new exhibition that gives insight into how Rockwell’s paintings united public opinion behind President Roosevelt’s call for the defense of universal rights. (read the story...)

5 New Ice Cream Flavors to Try in NYC

(May 29, 2018) - There’s no shortage of unexpected ice cream flavors to try at shops and restaurants around New York City. After all, the city is a land of novelty. (read the story...)

Queens of the Kitchen—NYC Kitchens Led by Women

(May 29, 2018) - Let’s celebrate women chefs! These New York City kitchens are led by a lineup of talented women. They offer a variety of cuisines, ranging from Italian to Venezuelan-inspired to Chinese, and beyond. When you’re finished indulging, raise a glass at Bar Belly where you can pay tribute with the Wonder Woman cocktail. Drink up! (read the story...)

Why You Should See the Frick Collection

(May 25, 2018) - What if you could tour the home of an art collector? You’d see masterpieces hanging inside beautiful interiors and peek in on the life of someone with impeccable taste. That’s exactly what you get at The Frick Collection. This mansion on Fifth Avenue formerly housed Pittsburgh industrialist Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919). (read the story...)


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