October 27th, 2015 / No Comments » / by admin
There’s always something happening in New York City no matter the season and this week is no exception; so we compiled a short list of the three most awesome things happening this weekend that involves NYC.
1. The Mets are in the World Series this season and there are PLENTY of game-watching parties at sports bars all over the city. The New York Post and DNAinfo have compiled some of the best Mets’ bars in the city that includes the outer boroughs. Although, we’re willing to bet that any bar with tv’s in the tri-state area is going to have the game on.
2. There’s a new museum in town and for a city that loves food, it was only a matter of time before we made a museum for it. Tomorrow, October 28th, the Museum of Food and Drink will be opening its doors in Brooklyn. The first exhibition will be all about flavor and breaking down what’s “natural” and what’s “artificial”. Tickets are inexpensive and starts at $10 for adults, get yours before they sell out here.
3. The largest marathon in the world, which you might know as the New York Marathon, is this weekend and the energy is palpable. In 2014, the NYCM had over 50,500 finishers, with even more expected this year. If you happen to own a car in New York City, do yourself a favor and don’t drive on Sunday.
December 1st, 2014 / No Comments » / by admin
The holidays in NYC can be a crazy, taxing, madhouse of a time, filled with lost tourists and endless lines, but one thing I think everyone can agree to be excited about is the famed holiday window displays. Every year, the major department stores of NYC put everything they’ve got behind designing incredible window displays to celebrate the holiday season, and 2014 is no different.
This year Barneys New York has a “Baz Dazzled” design created by Hollywood director Baz Luhrman (think The Great Gatsby and Moulin Rouge).
Bergdorf Goodman is celebrating with a display of custom gowns by renown designers like Dolce & Gabanna & Julien Macdonald, as well as a celebration of the arts, including literature, architecture, theater, painting, and music.
Saks Fifth Avenue has created a light dominated modern day NYC fairytale (think Snow White eating from a poisoned apple cart in Times Square)
Macy’s will be celebrating the holiday’s with a futuristic depiction entitled “Santa’s Journey to the Stars”, involving depictions of how other plants partake in holiday activities.
Lord & Taylor will celebrate 100 years in New York with a look inside an enchanted mansion on the night before Christmas.
Never one to be outdone, Bloomingdales will celebrate the holiday’s through a fashion meets technology theme, including social-media-interactive windows. #GiftABow
Tiffany & Co. will celebrate the energy and sophistication of NYC during the 1950’s & 60’s.
Van Cleef & Arpels will celebrate the holiday’s, as well as their 75th birthday, by telling a magical French fairytale embedded with fantastic jewels.
November 7th, 2014 / No Comments » / by admin
POP International Galleries, in conjunction with the Revolver Gallery, has announce the debut of ANDY WARHOL: At Face Value. The brilliantly curated show will feature a collection of works from the legendary New York artist. The collection will feature 50 original Warhol pieces – one of the largest collections of Warhol under one roof at one time.
The collection will be located at Pop International’s SoHo location, with POP hosting the opening reception on Monday, November 10th and a selection hanging concurrently at POP’s Midtown location in the Citicorp Building. Warhol fans and collectors alike will have the opportunity to view and purchase the classic pieces. Works to be featured will include prints of the famous Liz Taylor, Marilyn Monroe, Muhammad Ali, Truman Capote, Mao and the Campbell’s Soup Cans. Also featured for sale at the exhibition are some of Andy Warhol’s much coveted personal Polaroids, which were recently featured by Digital Trends and PopPhoto.com.
POP SoHo will house the works, which are some of the most influential figures in contemporary art and culture, for a limited time only, with the collection open to the public beginning Tuesday, November 11.
By: Ashley Lutzker
October 27th, 2014 / No Comments » / by admin
We’re nearing the end of October and that means only one thing……..Halloween!!!
If you’re a big Halloween fan, then you probably already have your plans for the big night in place, but if you haven’t made those plans yet then we’ve got some exciting party options for you at some of the best locations in town.
Halloween at Level R at the Empire Hotel Rooftop: Come to enjoy the amazing views of the NYC skyline, and the two outdoor terraces.
Halloween Extravaganza at 42 West at the Out Hotel: The 14,000 square foot mega club turns into a Halloween Extravanganza.
Halloween at VIP Room: One of the Meatpacking district’s hottest clubs turns into a haunted house for the night.
The Haunting of Yotel: This party will be hosted on one of NYC’s largest hotel terraces and offer multiple bars.
Halloween at Plunge Rooftop at Gansevoort Meatpacking: The ultimate Halloween party, with 360-degree views of the NYC skyline.
Halloween at Hotel on Rivington: Two parties under one roof ! Guest can flow between Victor and Spoils and CO-OP.
All events are presented by Indayo Group at start at 9pm. Most events include an open vodka bar from 9-10pm.
Tickets to these events and more are available at: www.halloweennycguide.com
By: Ashley Lutzker