Who says Mondays have to be boring? Kick off the week with mermaid-themed rainbow bubble tea at C Tea, then noodles from culinary incubator Ramen Lab.
Three neighborhood specific plans each night that tell you where to go and what to do with your person.
Catch the first rooftop film of the season at Our Wicked Lady before hitting up The Anchored Inn for Monday night burgers and beers.
We love a pass when it comes to indulging at dinner, and the antibiotic- and hormone-free burgers at Black Iron Burger means you can treat yoself without feeling bad about it. End the evening at UCBT comedy show Spaghetti, Bananas, and Some Potatoes Too, where John Reynolds of Stranger Things will have you in stitches.
Savor the Italian amazingness at Puglia in Little Italy, then check out a new addition to the neighborhood, Matcha n’ More.
Go all-in on organic at Foragers Table in Chelsea, then get some fresh air and enjoy live jazz music at Cambria Hotel’s Rooftop bar.
Put your senses to the test with KENKA’s street food-style Japanese cuisine, then witness the comedic insanity of Japanese game show BATSU!
Get your pizza fix on the UES at San Matteo, home of the giant pizza sandwich. Then, class up the tail end of your evening with tea and scones at Alice’s Tea Cup.
Tonight’s plan is a quintessentially New York date night—dinner and a Broadway show. Check out the most Tony-nominated show of the year, Jack O’Brien’s Broadway revival of Carousel, then head to Dutch Fred’s for late night eats.
Attend a dinner party masterminded by the owners of Frankies 457 Spuntino and whipped up by the chefs of Contra, Wildair, and Le Chateaubriand. Then, step back in time to New York’s bygone mobster era at former Sicilian social club, Brooklyn Social.
Pepper in some peacefulness at Summer on the Hudson’s Yoga Flow in the Upper West Side, then go from mindful to meaty at Salumeria Rosi.
Start the night off with a tour through Ancient Egypt, then go from royal tombs to the cavernous Crown Inn bar for drinks.
Tonight, enjoy two experiences in one place: vintage-style dining at Parker & Quinn at the Refinery Hotel in Midtown, then cocktails and views on the roof.
Surrender to the Queen of Nightlife Susanne Bartsch herself at her popular midnight cabaret Bartschland Follies at the McKittrick Hotel before seeking out more thrills and views atop the Hotel Americano at La Piscine.
Spend tonight at dairy wonderland Murray’s Cheese Bar, where a Certified Cheese Professional (#jobgoals) and Bon Appetit editor school you in wine and cheese. Then, hit up The Spaniard for late night drinks.
Is there a better way to brush up on Top Gun before the 2019 sequel than by watching it aboard the USS Intrepid? We can’t think of one. Grab the Goose to your Maverick and snuggle up under the stars with dinner from Gotham West Market.
We’ve skipped spring and headed straight for summertime, where the living’s easy and the drinks flow freely from pineapple-shaped glasses. Get into the mood at The Highwater with tropical cocktails before you post up at Bungalo Lounge for hookah.
Nosh on Nicaraguan specialties at Chicha Cafetín and Cocktails before heading back to the future at sci-fi bar Jupiter Disco, where you’ll drink and dance at the edge of space.
Bring your heavenly bodies to the Met to view the Costume Institute’s spring exhibition that makes saints and sinners look equally fashionable. Then, stop into Bar Prima for the date night holy trinity: wine, cheese, and your lover.