Whether you’re a NBA or NCAA basketball fan, New York City has just the right bar for you. Head on over to any of these five sports bars to watch the latest basketball game.
With the dreaded winter vortex hastily descending upon New York City, many have sought out warmth and comfort in the form of a steaming cup of joe, soothing tea,or nostalgic hot chocolate. Here are two ways to spice or sweeten up those good ol’ classics.
Need help planning your 2015 New Year’s Eve? We’ve got you covered. Check out this year’s list of the best New Year’s Eve parties.
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Whether you’re in the mood for mulled wine or some seasonal spiked eggnog, the city has you covered. Check out five of the best New York City bars for holiday cocktails.
The winter season is the perfect time to celebrate the cheer of the festive holidays by attending joyous concerts. Enjoy the wonderful music of the season at these venues throughout New York City.
Whether you’re a hookah bar enthusiast or simply looking for something different to do on a Friday night, gather a group of friends and check out these Brooklyn hookah bars.
Whether you’re new to the craft beer scene or a seasoned purveyor of suds, happy hour at these five New York City pubs are not to be missed.
Try your hand at something new and take a class at a music school near you. Read on for the best classes you can find in New York City.
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Whatever look or attitude you’re sporting this Halloween, here are five not-to-be-missed, leave-the-kids-at-home soirees.
Some of the most fun you can have is singing along at the top of your lungs to your favorite tunes alongside a great piano player with a good drink in your hand – so here’s a list of the best places to do just that.
Here you’ll find an eclectic sampling of restaurants and bars slinging fairly priced pitchers of sangria in Manhattan, the outer boroughs and even a little gem that’s just a 35-minute train ride north of Grand Central.
No matter which team you’re rooting for, there’s a bar in the city just for you. Watch that Thursday night football game at any of these five NYC venues.