Category: Tourist Attractions New York City

A Weekend Filled With Films, Flamenco and Sumo Wrestling!

Another weekend on New York means another weekend filled with great spectacles to enjoy. Don’t stay at home! Give us a call and we’ll take you to any of these destinations. Check out these events suitable for all the family.  Enjoy! FRIGID Theater Festival | East Village | Multiple […]

Love Is Love: Valentine’s Weekend Celebrations

Searching for different events on Valentine’s Weekend? Here some alternatives! No matter if you decide to go solo, with friends or with that special someone, there’s always something fun to do in New York. Pick from a stand-up comedy show, to run in underwear across the city or […]

February First Weekend Events!

Come and check out these great events we’ve handpicked for you! Choose from a  burlesque theater experience to a kids festival; Or spend the whole weekend tasting wine, food and whiskey. 😉 Check out the events and remember to reach out for any transportation need. Burlesque Show | February […]

NYC Restaurant Week, Winter 2018

The 2018 winter session of NYC Restaurant Week takes place from January 22 – February 9. Nearly 380 popular New York restaurants will offer three-course prix fixe menus at $29 for lunch and $42 for dinner. While the restaurants’ regular menus are not available for Restaurant Week diners, the  event is […]

Theater, Art, Food & Repeat!

Yep! It’s that time of year again where the restaurants and theaters of New York City come together with amazing prices and offers. Check out these great discounts and plan a night in the theater or a romantic dinner with that special someone. The only thing you’ll be needing […]

4 Culturally Diverse Festivals For The Weekend!

One of the best things that New York has to offer is its cultural diversity. With so many countries integrated, is easy to learn and enjoy a little bit of each. This weekend  is filled with some diverse festivals for all the family.  From theater presentations, music and […]

From The Big Screen to Broadway 2018

Adaptation? A crime? From the big screen to Broadway? After this year I think it will be officially normal to watch a movie and expect a possible theater version. Though some conservative theatergoers  may find this practice a little out of line, I know a couple that are […]