It's date night in Crown Heights — laugh off the week at Nothing Important and then snack on Carribean dishes at Milk River Restaurant.
Three neighborhood specific plans each night that tell you where to go and what to do with your person.
Dance away the stress of your work week at Freehold’s monthly dance party Le Trumpet by Spencer Ludwig and nosh on some late night tacos at La Superior.
Paint portraits in the style of modern naturalist painter Kehinde Wiley at a free workshop in Harlem, then enjoy an electrifying taste of Somalia at one-of-a-kind restaurant Safari.
Start with a sushi show (a 12-course omakase tasting in a speakeasy setting) at Sushi by Bou, then indulge in hot, sugary churros and coffee at Coffeed.
Drink in the loveliness of the Orchid Show before rewarding your nature walk with a hearty meal at Webster Cafe & Diner.
If you're a couple that appreciates a great kid's movie, this film festival is for you. Then, enjoy some Japanese-style rice crepes at Eight Turn Crepe.
Spread good vibes and sweat for a good cause at the IronStrength fundraiser class at Mile High Run Club, then enjoy a healthy salad from sweetgreen.
Visit Port-Au-Prince via Le Soleil in Hell’s Kitchen, then sing and dance along with award-winning electro-soul sensation James Blake at Terminal 5.
See the latest exhibitions at the magnificent Brooklyn Museum, then fill up on Caribbean food and rum at Glady's in Crown Heights.
It’s a night filled with amore in the East Village starting with dinner at Violet, and a digestif with a cocktail at the Italian bitters bar, Amor y Amargo.
Share smiles and satisfaction over grilled Greek tapas at cheery, delightful restaurant Karvouna Mezze, then taste Gelato perfection at Polosud.
Do Korean food, family-style, at Atoboy before listening to jazz at The Kitano New York hotel, all in Murray Hill, Manhattan.
Start tonight at Café Katja, which offers an upscale take on Austrian comfort food, then grab a fork and stick it in pie homemade by Petee’s Pie Company on the Lower East Side.
Fulfill your Chinese food craving without compromising on ingredients or ambiance at King’s County Imperial, then grab a gorgeous cocktail at airy, casually-sophisticated, Silver Light Tavern.
Tonight’s date takes you from Ribalta to the Library of Distilled Spirits, for a book club that includes cocktails and the author: our kind of book club.
Wine and dine at glamorous new Al Valentino inspired Italian eatery Il Divo, then top off your lavish night with classic drinks and a fine cigar at Lexington Bar and Drinks.
For an evening of fresh takes, start your evening at newly-opened omakase spot, Takeshi, followed by a free comedy show at Canal Street Market in SoHo.
Chow down on crawdaddies, oysters and more while sipping on sazeracs at the NoLa-inspired spot 1803 NYC before heading to Patriot Saloon for a nightcap.
Expand your tastes with Aussie comedy at Fair Dinkum Comedy, then enjoy cocktails in shark shaped vessels at post-modern Polynesian spot, Mother of Pearl.
Date night's in Williamsburg—bask in all things Tarantino at KillBar and end the night with Vietnamese dishes at the laidback Bia.
Get your head in the game with a lively New York Knicks game and enjoy inventive Southern drinks and plates at American Whiskey.
Start the night right at lowkey-fancy Lex Restaurant, then head over to the 92y for an awe-inspiring array of dance performances choreographed by a modern dance master.
Boogie down in Sunset Park for Lola Star’s Dreamland Roller Disco, and then head to the 24/7 Sunset Park Diner & Donuts for some American classics.
Explore portraiture and contemporary abstractions at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art before digging into American classics at David Burke Kitchen, the farm-to-table, urban farmhouse concept in the James Hotel.
Laugh and learn at the Adult Sex Ed comedy show at Caveat on the Lower East Side and then throw back some drinks at the iconic Parkside Lounge.
Let your curiosity lead you down the rabbit hole at "a softer tea party" in Soho, followed by a late-night slice at Prince Street Pizza.
Electric Laughs is a comedy show hosted in a cool co-working space in Crown Heights. Post-show, head to "very gay" (and very fun) diner, MeMe's.