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Enjoy Front-Row Fireworks on the 4th of July with Spirit Cruises
There's still time to join Spirit Cruises on the Spirit of New York and celebrate America’s Birthday with a six-hour event featuring a five-hour cruise. This cruise include a bountiful buffet, engaging entertainment, and spectacular views of the Macy's fireworks display on the Hudson River, all for one price. Get out on the water this year and make a dazzling memory. (read the story...)

Gotham After Hours: Music and Cocktails in the City That Never Sleeps
From torch-song cabarets to cutting-edge dance clubs, from neighborhood bars to velvet-rope lounges, plus world-class comedy clubs and establishments with all manner of live entertainment, New York City is a world capital of nightlife. Here you can find libations from beer and wine to elaborate cocktails and high-end champagne, often accompanied by great food. (read the story...)

This Week at Greenhouse Nightclub - May 20th-23rd
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This Week at Greenhouse Nightclub - May 13th-16th
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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Greenhouse Nightclub
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Onda Restaurant Hosts 'Taste of Peru' on May 1st
On May 1st, in collaboration with BarSol Pisco, Onda Restaurant is hosting Taste of Peru, a celebration of music, food, art, and cocktails of the South American country. (read the story...)

Gotham After Hours: Music and Cocktails in the City That Never Sleeps
From torch-song cabarets to cutting-edge dance clubs, from neighborhood bars to velvet-rope lounges, plus world-class comedy clubs and establishments with all manner of live entertainment, New York City is a world capital of nightlife. Here you can find libations from beer and wine to elaborate cocktails and high-end champagne, often accompanied by great food. (read the story...)

NYC Nightlife: Home and Guesthouse
Fraternal-twin nightspots Home & Guest House—known for their social scene (i.e., “beautiful people”) and difficult-to-pass velvet ropes (so dress to the nines)—both feature a sexy atmosphere and similarly rich decor featuring comfort and style. (read the story...)

(Eat) Around the World in New York City
New York City is the crossroads of the universe, and representative of the cultural diversity in the city is the many varieties of cuisine available to the visitor. From sushi to tandoori, the city’s restaurants offer the best food from all over the globe. Sampling these offerings is an experience in itself, and we recommend you spend some of your time in the city visiting these highly diverse, and excellent, restaurants. (read the story...)

Comedy Crawl
New York City is nothing to laugh at, but there are plenty of laughs to be had at the many comedy clubs in the city. From Midtown to Downtown we’ve picked the best comedy clubs to visit during your visit to NYC. And if comedy’s not all you’re looking for, we’ve picked some excellent bars to stop at along the way. (read the story...)

Holiday Parties
An eclectic menu featuring B.'s interpretations of fine cuisine from around the globe can be found at B. Smith’s. Plan a group event, a holiday party or a family get-together here where they can serve groups from 20 to 200 in size. 320 W. 46th St. btw. Eighth & Ninth Aves., 212-315-1100 (read the story...)

Holiday Parties
In New York City there are many venues in which you can through your holiday party. Whether you're here on vacation, and want to plan a family get together; or whether you're a native New Yorker who wants to put together holiday festivities, we've got a variety of NYC restaurants for you to chose from. (read the story...)

Trattoria Dopo Teatro: Fine Italian Food in the Theater District
There’s no more exciting place to be in Manhattan than the Theater District during the hour or so before the performances begin. The teeming, animated crowds spill over the sidewalks into the streets. There’s electricity in the air. (read the story...)

Olympics in New York City
Although the Olympics are half a world away, New York City has its own ways of enjoying the Olympics from afar. While you’re in the city make sure to check out these opportunities to enjoy the Olympics in several ways. (read the story...)

What's Happening at Radio City Music Hall
Radio City Music Hall is “The Showplace of the Nation,” and one of the most famous entertainment venues in the world. (read the story...)

Spiegelworld: The world's most beautiful traveling venue
Guests to the city looking for something truly special should make sure to visit Spiegelworld, which will be located at the South Street Seaport for 12 weeks until November 2. (read the story...)

Gray Line New York Sightseeing Launches Double-Decker Dining on the Town
Gray Line New York Sightseeing, the premier New York City sightseeing bus and coach service, today announced the launch of New York City dinner service on specially outfitted Gray Line double-decker buses called “Dining on the Town.” The “movable feast” can accommodate 40 passengers, who will be served a beef, chicken, or vegetable entrée, a choice of rice or potato, salad, soft-drinks or water, and dessert by a uniformed professional steward – while getting an expert, twilight tour of glimmering Manhattan and Brooklyn from a professional guide. (read the story...)

Guantanamera: Cuban Cuisine in the Heart of Manhattan
Outside on the sidewalk, a cigar maker is rolling stogies; and in the rear dining room, large tables of Latino families and friends are eating, drinking and laughing; wall-size murals and pictures of old pre-Fidel Cuba cover the walls; a jazz quartet with a Latin beat is playing away (they have music nightly); and the aroma of suckling pig, black bean soup, garlic, onions, and peppers fills the air. (read the story...)

Day Trips for Nightlife: The Water Club and Mohegan Sun
If you’re looking to take a trip out of town while you’re in the city, there are two must-see locations to visit, whether you gamble or not: Borgata’s The Water Club in Atlantic City and Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. (read the story...)

Hot Town, Cool Shows: Two “Fantastic Voyages” Worth Taking
The hands of the clock swing around and strike mid-summer madness: when long-standing Broadway cast members hop on touring company buses and new actors step up to the proscenium plate to deliver original twists and turns on that singular roller-coaster ride known as The Great White Way. But two current Broadway shows defy this tradition. To wit... IN PASSING…. (read the story...)

America Dances to the Explosive Beat: The 32nd Annual Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks
This Independence Day, New York City will shake, rattle and roll to the tune of over 35,000 fireworks as the city dances the night away at the 32nd Annual Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks®. Over 3 million spectators will marvel as fireworks take to the giant sky-high dance floor for America’s most elaborate pyrotechnic dance extravaganza. On Friday, July 4th, “America Dances” sets the mood for the evening as the creative force behind the spectacular, featuring a score that celebrates patriotism with energetic standards and popular music throughout history that has kept us swinging, tapping and jumping for joy. (read the story...)

Out, Under the Stars, in the Big Apple: Music, Dance, Poetry and Film
Nightlife in New York City isn’t exclusively an indoor activity. All spring and summer long, the city’s outdoor offerings include swing dancing on the plaza at Lincoln Center, Bryant Park’s HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival, great live music, dance and comedy at Central Park Summerstage, and Celebrate Brooklyn! in Prospect Park. (read the story...)

'Sex and the City': A Cocktail Tour of NYC Bars, Restaurants, and Lounges
In honor of the ‘Sex and the City’ movie premiere, NYC mixologists and bartenders are creating dozens of different “Carries”, “Mirandas” and “Mr. Bigs” to be enjoyed at some of New York’s hottest spots. If you’re a fan of ‘Sex and the City,’ New York City, or just enjoy a great twist on the familiar martini or Cosmo, check out these specialty cocktail recipes and the NYC bars, clubs, and restaurants that will be serving them! (read the story...)

Things to Do in NYC: Tour 'Sex and the City' Hotspots
'Sex and the City' inspired dozens of fashion frenzies and social trends, from sky-high strappy sandals to ultra-chic pink drinks. And while they have made Manolo Blahnik and Jimmy Choo household names, they have also put several New York City establishments on the map. We've put together a list of some of the key New York 'Sex and the City' landmarks. Spend a day or two walking in Carrie's (fabulous) shoes! (read the story...)

Things to do in NYC: Sex and the City Tour
If you're looking for things to do in NYC that celebrate the much-anticipated release of this summer's "Sex and the City" film, check out this "Sex"-tastic tour. (read the story...)


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