New York City has seriously one-upped itself with the addition of the much-anticipated Edge to its elevated city viewing repertoire. Located on the west side in Manhattan’s newest neighborhood, Hudson Yards, Edge sets itself apart as having the highest outdoor observation deck in the Western Hemisphere. The 7,500 square feet of open-air space gives it the feel of being in an outdoor plaza where visitors can mingle freely and take their time soaking in the views. The viewing deck features a section of glass floor and angled glass walls that allow you to lean out, ever so slightly, to see the city streets 100 floors below.
New York City has no shortage of romance and love, making it the perfect place to celebrate Valentine’s Day. With city lights twinkling, one of the most beautiful skylines, and so many things to do and see, NYC has so much to offer for this holiday full of love. Below are my top picks for the best parties, restaurants, and things to do for some Valentine’s Day fun.
Another month is already almost over, but as always, there are so many different things to do and see around New York City. Below are my top picks of the best food, parties, events, museum exhibitions, and entertainment to check out for January 25– 31.
We will officially be entering not only a new year, but also a whole new decade! The 20’s are back and we get to experience it – how fun and crazy is that? And there is nowhere better to ring in this New Year and new decade than in NYC! There are tons of parties and great places to eat for the holiday. Below are my top picks for the best parties and restaurants for some New Year’s Eve fun.
It’s Christmas time in the city! The holidays are always the best time in New York City. ‘Tis the season of lights and decorations, making the city shine and sparkle more than usual. The festivities and all of the holiday excitement add a special magic to the air. The holidays also mean that there are so many holiday-specific events and things to do and see. Below are my top picks for all the holiday best NYC has to offer.
Calling all Hello Kitty fans! Hello Kitty recently just celebrated her 45th birthday and part of the celebration included a fun pop up at the Cost Plus World Market store! This store is open now through December 24th at the Chelsea location on 18th and 6th Ave. It is a limited time only so head in before it disappears!
October is one of the best months – the weather gets cooler and the air has a nice crispness to it, the leaves change color, and most importantly, it’s Halloween, one of my favorite holidays! You get to dress up as whatever you’d like. You can dress up scary, silly, sexy, serious – anything! Here are my top picks of countless parties, events, and things to do to make sure you have a “spooktacular” Halloween.
Every year thousands of people crowd near New York’s East River to watch the Macy’s 4th of July firework show. It has always been a fun, colorful night of American pride and celebration. This year the fireworks will be launched from a barge near the Brooklyn Bridge and will kick off around 9:20 p.m. on Thursday, July 4, 2019.
It’s no secret that New York is one of the greatest cities to visit on the planet. It’s packed to the rooftops with world-famous sights that people have seen on the big screen ever since childhood. How many of those visitors ever get off the beaten track, though? In this article, we dive into five unique things to do in New York.
New York City is one of the best cities in the world. It is known for its Broadway shows, trend-setting fashion, world-famous attractions, and exceptional dining scene. Many people visit the city for a week or more, however, it is possible to see much of it in one weekend. In this guide, I’m going to breakdown what you can’t miss if you’re only in the city for two days.
Visit the tallest building in the Northern Hemsphire and admire stunning views of New York.
Fans of murder mysteries and The Da Vinci Code will love this scavenger hunt throughout the Metropolitan Museum of Art.