Discover your inner spy at the immersive museum, SpyScape, then grab drinks at Dutch Fred's, the bar that pays homage to the man who named Hell's Kitchen.
Three neighborhood specific plans each night that tell you where to go and what to do with your person.
Learn all the secrets & scandals behind the women in paintings you’ve always admired with Shady Ladies: a secret tour of the Met. Then finish your day over expertly toasted paninis at Via Quadronno.
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Start with the elegantly rich and robust Indian cuisine at Adda, then snuggle into a booth at Maggie Mae’s Bar over one (or two, or three) of their eighteen rotating craft beers.
Get your good American on at Mekelburg’s over amped-up American recipes, then have a drink at the small and stylish Mayflower, where you can enjoy the intimacy of darkness and a tiny table to yourselves.
Broaden your taste palette to include the inventive Afro-fusion plates at Berber Street Food, then head to Blue Ribbon Downing Street Bar for luxe appetizers and wine.
Fill up on savory and one-of-a-kind foods from the faraway East at Farida Central Asian Cuisine & Grill, then choose from over a hundred beers to gulp down at Beer Authority.
Indulge in a number of hot and spicy dishes at Xi’an Famous Foods, then goof off with a couple of slips, slides and guaranteed laughs at The Gutter, a classic, cute and tiny bowling venue and bar.
Fill up on pure warmth over savory Pho at Madame Vo, then watch ice cream be made before your eyes and rolled into sheets of sweetness at Thai-inspired 10below Ice Cream.
Try out the inventive Middle-Eastern fare at hard-to-get-into Nur, then go for some classic drinks and wondrous views inside igloos at 230 Fifth Rooftop.
Combine adorable with artisanal at Greene Grape Annex in Fort Greene, then go eat at romantic and low-key American spot, The Quarter.
Test your aim at life-sized targets at Gotham Archery in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Then delight in French/Mexican fusion at Jolie Cantina.
Indulge in modern American fare for your Thanksgiving meal at The Dutch, then try innovative cocktails at the cozy 142 Sullivan.
Have a traditional and trendy Thanksgiving meal at the rustic Freeman's, then cap off your night with specialty cocktails, Irish whiskey or draft beer at Lucky Jack's.
Start off with an intimate theater experience at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, then go subterranean for vintage drinks at Slowly Shirley.
Go full-French over dinner at The Pandering Pig in Hudson Heights, then top the night off at Las Tapas with Spanish drinks and sweets.
Experience the wonderful insanity of Shakespearean dinner theater at Shake & Bake: Love’s Labour’s Lost in Greenwich Village, then go full-dive at Johnny’s Bar.
Go for a classic Italian dinner (with delicious homemade pasta) at Belli Osteria in Clinton Hill. Follow it up with drinks at Hanson Dry.
Start off literally dining onstage at a celebrated Broadway show at Foodwork in Midtown, then feel fancy AF over drinks at The Knick.
Start off with the monster-friendly It’s Alive! exhibit at the Morgan Library in Midtown, then nom on some noodles at the Franchia Vegan Cafe.
Dedicate your date to the Starman himself at the Secret David Bowie NYC Tour kicking off in the West Village, then give your pizza a deliciously Cajun spin at Two Boots.
Get geared up for the winter season and make a whole day of it among unique crafts, local foods, holiday attractions and curated wine tastings at the Brooklyn Museum’s WinterFest, then unravel at Olmsted over a delectable, ingredient-driven modern American meal.
Take a seat at The Illusionist's Table and prepare to be amazed by mentalism, storytelling and a 3-course meal in the McKittrick Hotel.
Check out the incredible museum and cultural center that is Brooklyn Historical Society. Then do dinner nearby at Pinto for sustainably sourced Thai.