THINGS TO DO

NYC at its Finest: Try these Outdoor Food Events this Weekend​
06Oct

NYC at its Finest: Try these Outdoor Food Events this Weekend​

With many activities limited due to the pandemic, the city is making an effort to continuously offer some staple events. The Bronx Night Market and Brooklyn Flea are back, with some changes for safety, however. Welcome to the new normal.

G.N.O in the Midst of a Pandemic
30Sep

G.N.O in the Midst of a Pandemic

After months of spamming each other’s inboxes with TikTok videos titled “Hidden Gems of NYC” or “Must Visit Places in NYC,” we finally got around to setting a (safe) dinner date at 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar last Friday.

A Look Inside The New Sour Patch Kids Store
15Sep

A Look Inside The New Sour Patch Kids Store

2020 has been pretty sour, so treat yourself to something sweet. NYC’s first-of-its-kind Sour Patch Kids Store is open for business. Located on the corner of Broadway and Bond Street, the Sour Patch Kids Store is a sweet haven for kids and adults alike.

A Saturday Night in Washington Square Park 2020
09Sep

A Saturday Night in Washington Square Park 2020

I’ve personally found that the best “nights out” (who even knows what that means anymore?) now consist of takeout and a little picnic in a cozy and socially distanced spot. Last weekend’s lineup: Bareburger takeout, Washington Square Park, and Popbar for dessert.

7 Outdoor, Socially Distanced Things to Do in New York City
04Sep

7 Outdoor, Socially Distanced Things to Do in New York City

With September gifting the city with perfect early-autumn weather and COVID-19 restrictions slowly being lifted, now is the perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors that NYC has to offer — Safely, of course. Here are 7 outdoor activities to do in New York that are relaxing, fun, and social distancing friendly.

Yes, You Can Go Whale Watching in New York
03Sep

Yes, You Can Go Whale Watching in New York

In the bustling city of New York, one might find it hard to conceive the idea of witnessing something as miraculous as whales in the wild. Located in the borough of Brooklyn is a neighborhood called Sheepshead Bay. There, one can be greeted with the scent of salt water and the sight of humpback whales, the size of a school bus.

In Need of Some Fresh Air During Quarantine? Try this Walking Tour from Brooklyn to Manhattan
02Sep

In Need of Some Fresh Air During Quarantine? Try this Walking Tour from Brooklyn to Manhattan

Need a break from being locked up inside during quarantine? Whether you’re new to the city or a long-time resident, you’re always guaranteed to stumble upon something new. Try this walking route from Downtown Brooklyn to Manhattan for some fresh air, exercise and a new appreciation of your city and its details.

While Museums are Reopening, Movie Theaters aren’t so Lucky
01Sep

While Museums are Reopening, Movie Theaters aren’t so Lucky

With restaurants reopening for outdoor dining, New Yorkers have been anticipating the reinstation of their favorite establishments. After much consideration, Governor Cuomo has allowed for museums to open their doors with certain restrictions.

Appreciating the History of Sheep Meadow and Seneca Village
26Aug

Appreciating the History of Sheep Meadow and Seneca Village

For those of you who have never visited Central Park, let me paint you a picture of what it looked like last year, pre-pandemic.