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Private Party Planning: Have Your Next Event at Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse in NYC

(May 25, 2018) - Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, a three-story fine-dining restaurant near Rockefeller Center, is here to help your party go off without a hitch. (read the story...)

5 Steakhouse Breakfasts You Need to Try in NYC

(May 25, 2018) - If you're looking for a steakhouse with a breakfast worthy of the early wake up, New York has you covered. (read the story...)

How to Score Free Tickets to Shakespeare in the Park in NYC

(May 25, 2018) - Shakespeare in the Park is a quintessential New York activity, with famous actors performing some of the finest dialogue written in English—and it all happens at an outdoor theater on beautiful summer evenings. Every day of the performances, you have a chance to win free tickets to the show. Read on to find out how! (read the story...)

Live Orchestra al Fresco: New York Philharmonic's Concerts in the Parks

(May 25, 2018) - Every year since 1965, the New York Philharmonic has toured the public parks of New York City, bringing free music to anyone with two ears and a picnic blanket. This year, the Concerts in the Park series will last from June 12 to 17, including a diverse program of music to liven up your summer evening. (read the story...)

The 10 Best Restaurants for Outdoor Dining in the West Village

(May 25, 2018) - With all the ivy and filtered sunlight through the trees, this is the perfect place for a meal outside when the weather finally warms up. You might like to watch the world go by on a sidewalk patio or hide out in a pretty backyard garden. Find our picks for both as you discover the ten best outdoor dining experiences this side of Sixth Avenue. (read the story...)

Kids Use Their ImagiNATIONS at NYC's National Museum of the American Indian

(May 23, 2018) - Entertaining learning experiences for kids abound at the new ImagiNATIONS Center at the National Museum of the American Indian, where a series of lively, interactive galleries awaits. (read the story...)

What Are the Best Boat Rides in New York City?

(May 23, 2018) - Beyond the simple pleasures of getting out on the water, a boat ride in NYC leads past crucial points in U.S. history, engineering, and architecture. You’ll also see the city’s still-thriving maritime industry at work and enjoy the greatest skyline views in the world. (read the story...)

Why Should You Go to NYC's Opry City Stage this Summer

(May 23, 2018) - The Grand Ole Opry spirit has come to New York City, courtesy of Opry City Stage. The legendary Nashville music venue has opened this satellite location in the heart of Times Square, serving cornbread, fried chicken, beer, and live country music every night of the week. (read the story...)

How to Spend a Sunday on the Upper West Side

(May 22, 2018) - If the Upper West Side were a day of the week, it would be Sunday. Here’s why: it’s an easygoing area (by New York standards) full of families, dependable food, and culture. It’s very different from midtown but close enough to walk there, just like lazy Sunday is one day away from manic Monday. We’ve put together an itinerary in chronological order for your Upper West Side day. (read the story...)

An Insider's Guide: The 500 Hidden Secrets of New York

(May 22, 2018) - New York loves a secret. In a city this congested, any tangent that takes you away from the crowd is a welcome one. NYC mavens Ellen Swandiak and Michiel Vos have recently teamed up on the New York entry to the Luster series of insider guides. The 500 Hidden Secrets of New York, from ACC Distributions, provides a compact look across 100 compelling categories of under-the-radar NYC. (read the story...)

State-of-the-Art Shark Tank to Open at New York Aquarium

(May 22, 2018) - A major project is almost complete at the New York Aquarium: a new building full of massive shark tanks. Ocean Wonders: Sharks! opens June 30 and brings 100 shark species, teeth bared for all to see. (read the story...)

Tony Season on Broadway: Beyond the Buzz

(May 18, 2018) - In a Tony nomination season dominated by pop culture and iconic revivals, it's easy to ignore simple question facing every theatregoer: what do you like? (read the story...)

Best Restaurants for Outdoor Dining on the Upper East Side

(May 18, 2018) - The Upper East Side is known for Museum Mile (the Met, the Guggenheim) and shopping on Madison Avenue. Neither of these activities gives you much time outside, and on a pleasant day you might like a meal in fresh air. Here’s a guide to get you started, with the best patio seating the Upper East Side has to offer—and some tasty food as well. (read the story...)

Things to Do in NYC in July

(May 18, 2018) - July is a great month to visit New York City. The museums serve up exciting exhibits and outdoor venues pack their stages with the hottest music festivals and entertainment. The weather is perfect for a cruise to take in NYC's breathtaking skyline. (read the story...)

NYC's Best Outdoor Movie Screenings for Summer 2018

(May 18, 2018) - Outdoor movie screenings take over the city of New York during the summer, and you’ll find them in almost every borough. Check out our top eight picks for outdoor movie screenings series, ranging from beachfront flicks to movies on the pier. (read the story...)

What’s On and Upcoming at Cooper Hewitt, the Smithsonian Design Museum

(May 17, 2018) - At the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, you’re introduced to the world of design in the masterpiece that is Carnegie Mansion. This gorgeous, historical house on Museum Mile is filled with innovations in all kinds of design, from home furnishings to architecture to paper goods. (read the story...)

Cooper Hewitt Cocktail Thursdays Bring Music and More to an Enchanted Garden

(May 17, 2018) - 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...)

Get a 10% Discount When You Shop at the Legendary S. Feldman Housewares

(May 16, 2018) - The convenient one-stop shop S. Feldman Housewares on Madison Avenue offers more than 12,000 items spanning giftware to housewares, hardware to cookware. Take 10% off your purchase with City Guide's coupon! (read the story...)

Where to Go for the Best Late-Night Desserts in NYC

(May 15, 2018) - New York offers surprisingly few late-night dessert offerings for a city that never sleeps. We’ve rounded up some solid options in a variety of neighborhoods, whether you’re looking to top off a late dinner, a night of theater, or just hankering for something sweet around 11pm (it happens). Onward for great shakes, cakes, cookies, and more! (read the story...)

Rare Antiques You Can Buy Right Now at the Manhattan Art & Antiques Center

(May 11, 2018) - The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center is Manhattan’s (and the country’s) foremost art and antique center. With 100 galleries and three full floors filled with antiques, fine art, decorations, silver, and jewelry, you can peruse rare treasures and incredible craftsmanship for hours. (read the story...)

Best Under-the-Radar Parks in NYC

(May 11, 2018) - We all know the one big park in the center of Manhattan, but don’t you ever wonder about the other green spaces around town? Well, we’ve got you covered with this list, featuring large and small parks in NYC that don’t get as much press but are no less wonderful. (read the story...)

What Are the Best Hookah Bars in New York?

(May 11, 2018) - New York City has a ban on smoking, but hookah bars are an exception—although note that they're only for those 21 and older. Beyond its native India, hookah has gained popularity worldwide. Here are the best places to enjoy it in Manhattan. (read the story...)

What Are the Best Bike Tours in NYC?

(May 11, 2018) - When biking through New York City with a tour guide, you’re getting one of the best sightseeing experiences the city can provide. (read the story...)

Farm-to-Table with a Side of Jazz at Society Cafe in Greenwich Village

(May 11, 2018) - If you’ve ever walked down West 13th Street in Greenwich Village, you’ve probably passed the impressive facade of the Walker Hotel, a boutique hotel attracting curious passersby with its throwback '30s look and a warm glow coming from within. The ground floor of the hotel is home to an outstanding new player in the neighborhood’s dining scene: Society Cafe. (read the story...)

NYC Happy Hours with Outdoor Seating

(May 11, 2018) - If you like sunsets, cheap cocktails, and fresh air, you picked a great time to visit New York. (read the story...)


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