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Patsy's Hosts a St. Joseph’s Day Feast

(February 24, 2017) - Everyone knows St. Patrick’s in New York, but to celebrate an authentic Italian feast in March head to legendary Patsy’s Italian Restaurant. On Saturday, March 19th, Patsy's will host a St. Joseph’s Day celebration. (read the story...)

NYC's Winter Museum Must-Sees

(February 03, 2017) - When it comes to culture, New York is hard to beat. From art to history to literature, the city’s institutions are packed with exhibits that gather together the treasures of the world. Check out these intriguing shows coming up for winter, 2017. (read the story...)

The Best Trump Sights to See in NYC

(January 25, 2017) - Now that Donald Trump has officially been sworn in as America’s 45th President, it’s time to take a look back at his roots. President Trump has always called New York City home, and from his childhood home to his current gilded digs in the Trump Tower, there's plenty for a tourist to see. Read on for our picks for the best of Trump tourism in NYC. (read the story...)

Here It Is: Contemporary Italian at NYC's Obicà

(January 24, 2017) - In Neapolitan dialect, the word “obicà” translates as “here it is,” and if you’re looking for some of the freshest and most authentic Italian in New York City, point yourself to Obicà Mozzarella Bar Pizza e Cucina, where you’ll find it served right before your eyes. (read the story...)

Looking Good and Feeling Good in the New Year!

(January 23, 2017) - The new year is upon us and New York has some great options for both looking good and feeling good. From world-class massage to a stylish new pair of glasses to the Official Dentist of Miss Universe, check out our picks for the best ways to spoil yourself in 2017. (read the story...)

Warm Up with Winter Fun in NYC

(January 06, 2017) - Don’t let the cold and snow throw you: January is a great time to be in New York. The city’s wealth of indoor attractions makes it easy to entertain and educate the whole family, with the added bonus of not having to deal with the crowds of warmer seasons. (read the story...)

Doctors 24 HS Brings Medical Attention Right to Your Hotel Door

(November 21, 2016) - Visiting New York City can quickly go from an exciting to a frightening experience if one becomes ill on vacation. Language barriers, food poisoning, lost luggage, exacerbated medical conditions, excessive drinking, coupled with not knowing where the nearest hospital is, or if a visit to the ER is even warranted, can all contribute to a possibly panicky situation. Thankfully, concierges at the 400+ hotels around the city know who to contact in the initial stages of possible medical emergency—Doctors 24HS, which swiftly provides round-the-clock medical care, right in your hotel room. (read the story...)

City Guide: NYC's #1 Tourist Guide Free at 300+ Hotels

(November 09, 2016) - For 34 years, City Guide, New York's most popular tourist guide, has been bringing NYC visitors the most up-to-date information on theater, culture, dining, sightseeing, shopping, and nightlife, as well as providing readers with the best in NYC coupons and discounts. (read the story...)

New York Holiday Gift Ideas for Him 2016

(November 07, 2016) - New York is full of holiday gift ideas for him. From the latest in cold-weather gear to exclusive Game of Thrones Clue to rugged bags straight from an aircraft carrier, we've got the hottest gifts for men for the 2016 holiday season. (read the story...)

New York Holiday Gift Ideas for Her 2016

(November 07, 2016) - New York City is a shopper's paradise, especially for gifts for her. From the latest in cold-weather gear to exquisite jewelry, handbags, and designer apparel we've got NYC's hottest gifts for women for the 2016 holiday season. (read the story...)

The Best Things to Do on Election Night in NYC

(November 02, 2016) - Election Day is less than a week away! After you vote, grab a cocktail, enjoy some laughs, and indulge in some sweet relief at one of these election-themed events. (read the story...)

Fall for Culture in NYC

(October 18, 2016) - When it comes to culture, New York is hard to beat. From art to history to literature, the city’s institutions are packed with exhibits that gather together the treasures of the world. Check out these intriguing shows coming up this fall in NYC. (read the story...)

Cast a Vote for Deliciousness: Get Your Election Sundae at Serendipity 3

(October 17, 2016) - Iconic restaurant Serendipity 3 takes a bipartisan stand on the 2016 Presidential election by creating an ice cream concoction for each candidate. (read the story...)

Hell's Kitchen Flea Market Supports Local Artists

(October 11, 2016) - The Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market is one of the city’s greatest shopping adventures, complete with 170 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, fine crafts, handmade jewelry, decorative arts, and vintage clothing. In addition to inspiring artists, the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market is also supporting them, currently accepting applications for a new round of grants. (read the story...)

The Rink at Rockefeller Center Turns 80

(October 11, 2016) - The world renowned Rink at Rockefeller Center is celebrating its 80th birthday! The Rink reopened for 2016 on Tuesday, October 11. The unofficial start of New York winter fun was hosted by Olympic Silver Medalist Sasha Cohen, along with famed ballet choreographer Edward Villella (pictured below). There was also a performance of the ballet legend’s “The Three Smokers,” along with rising child star skaters from Ice Theatre of New York and Figure Skating in Harlem. (read the story...)

Succulent Surf 'n' Turf Special: Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House

(October 11, 2016) - Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House reflects the rhythm and energy of midtown Manhattan. It’s the ultimate choice for impressing a client or celebrating a special occasion, and there's no time to enjoy it like the present—through the 16th of October they're serving a surf 'n' turf combination to remember. (read the story...)

5 Reasons to Tour NYC by Bus This Fall

(September 20, 2016) - While New York City is a popular destination year round, there’s no better time than the fall to visit the Big Apple. In addition to ushering in the foliage and crisp air, autumn breathes new life into the city after a long hot summer. People are out and about and events calendars are jam-packed at many top attractions. And there’s no better way to see it all than by bus! Here are 5 reasons you should take a CitySightseeing 72-hour All Around Town Tour before the autumn season ends. (read the story...)

What to Do at the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market This Fall

(September 13, 2016) - The Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market is a fantastic diversion for locals and visitors alike, a massive outdoor shopping adventure close to Times Square and rocking a uniquely New York feel. On top of 170 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, fine crafts, handmade jewelry, decorative arts, and vintage clothing, this fall will also see weekends full of great events. Read on for what to see and do (and shop!) at the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market this fall. (read the story...)

Say Farewell to Summer with The Boozy Donut Shake

(September 09, 2016) - Wednesday, September 21st is the last day of summer and David Burke Kitchen in SoHo knows just how to mark it: with a final milkshake that promises to be one to remember. The restaurant in the The James Hotel New York is teaming up with neighbors Black Tap, experts in both burgers and milkshakes, for a final summer party. The outdoor space at the Garden will be serving limited edition DBK X Black Tap boozy milkshakes. (read the story...)

The World’s Most Handsome Horse Visits NYC

(September 09, 2016) - The third annual Rolex Central Park Horse Show makes a triumphant return to New York City from Wednesday, September 21 through Sunday, September 25th, and this year it features Friesian stallion Frederik The Great, also known as the "World’s Most Handsome Horse." (read the story...)

The 9/11 Memorial & Museum Stands Triumphant

(September 06, 2016) - After a decade-plus of grieving, healing, and resilience, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum marks a monumental change to the city—one that invokes forward thinking and hope, transforming the spaces left in the New York City skyline. (read the story...)

Kids Dine Free at Fogo de Chão Labor Day Weekend

(September 02, 2016) - This Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 3-5, kids 12 and under can dine free at Fogo de Chão Steakhouse, with the purchase of a full meal. (read the story...)

Get a Front Row View of NYC's Rich Cityscape on THE TOUR

(August 23, 2016) - To learn more about the rich history and architecture of New York City (whether you’re from out of town or a local!) from the vantage of a comfortable upfront window view of all the city action, you need to take THE TOUR. This 90-minute immersive ride cruises through midtown and the Upper West Side in THE RIDE's million-dollar state-of-the art custom motor coach. (read the story...)

NYC's Best Food Festivals

(August 16, 2016) - New Yorkers know how to eat, and you can bet your last dollar that some of the world’s best food festivals take place in NYC. Rounded up below are seven foodie fests that we know will treat your stomach and tastebuds well. No matter if you’re a carnivorous dude on the hunt for a good steak sandwich or a vegetarian hippie wanting to try out the latest vegan ice cream in town, there’s a festival here for everyone. Eat up! (read the story...)

Get a Free Gift When You Shop Murad Skincare Products at Massage Envy in NYC

(August 12, 2016) - Massage Envy Midtown West services local Broadway performers and professional athletes, including famous New York Knicks like Patrick Ewing, Charles Oakley, and John Starks. You deserve it, too! Take advantage of an August special and get a deluxe Murad gift when you spend $100 or more on Murad retail products. (read the story...)

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