Tag: New York Things to DO
The weather is cooling off, meaning it’s time to start planning the perfect upstate getaway. The folks behind Pebble Bar, a new bar and restaurant located in the legendary four-story townhouse at Rockefeller Center, are also responsible for other iconic New York City locales, including Grand Army, the Jane Hotel rooftop, Black Seed Bagels, and […]
Once the summer’s last frozen drink has been sipped, boatstaurants batten down the hatches and rooftop bars deploy their retractable encasements, it is time to enter a new contract of autumnal fun, filled with Oktoberfesting, fireside imbibing and of course, that sunset-hued, kaleidoscopic treat: Leaf peeping. Eatly’s 14th floor has transformed once more, on Wednesday, September 21, Serra by Birreria transformed […]
Need to get away for a few hours this autumn? Our recommendations for fall day trips from NYC will do the trick. Whether you want to travel upstate to admire New York’s stunning fall foliage, get spooked at some haunted houses or go apple picking, we tracked down the best autumnal attractions that are less than three hours away […]
September 22nd marks the official end of the summer, meaning there’s still time for cocktails and rooftop bars! Here are 15 things to check off your summer bucket list before we’re all complaining about the cold weather again. To read more, click here.
Every month Timeout.com rounds up the best new restaurants in New York City, for your eating pleasure! This perpetually updated list includes the best new restaurants that have opened over the past six months. To read more, click here.
The best brunch in NYC can be found every day of the week. Saturday brunch is the best time to gear up for the night ahead, Sundays are perfect for relaxing and a weekday brunch is a rarefied treat designated for ad hoc time off. It doesn’t matter so much when you do it, but where you […]
The middle of summer lands on August 7 this year, and the rush to keep feeling, stack experiences, and gather sensations of these last fleeting weeks makes actually landing outdoor space at rooftops bars, waterside restaurants and other peak weather venues as competitive as securing a table at the Waverly Inn circa 2008. These restaurants and bars offer little hideaways for […]
Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank, the oldest savings bank in New York City, is turning into a giant new center for custom-designed immersive art experiences dubbed Hall des Lumières. Located across from City Hall Park, the revamped destination will begin welcoming patrons this upcoming fall. Guests will be enraptured by a number of glowing, animated, 30-foot-high custom displays […]