Take your taste buds on a culinary journey from beer tasting at Belgian Beer Café to Italian dining at Il Pastaio di Eataly in NoMad.
Three neighborhood specific plans each night that tell you where to go and what to do with your person.
Chow down on some rustic, organic fare at Mae Mae Café in SoHo, then get your rooftop drink on at Hotel Hugo’s Azul.
Devour unlimited pasta at Italian joint Becco before going to see smash Broadway hit, The Play That Goes Wrong in Midtown West.
Experience stunning views and even more stunning photography at Photoville in Brooklyn Bridge Park then hit Henry's End for delicious wild game.
This Upper West Side date includes seafood towers at Atlantic Grill followed by a film set to a live score by the New York Philharmonic in Lincoln Center.
Learn all about the interesting history of food and drink at MOFAD in Williamsburg, then enjoy a nightcap in The Shanty's industrial vibe.
Every once in a while, a Sunday is best spent in a local bar watching the game. We picked Bar Coastal on the UES, and Orwashers Bakery for something sweet later.
Start out at the uniquely chic noodle house Hunan Slurp in the East Village, then go from chic to sweet at the Cupcake Market.
Prepare to enter the real-life version of Candyland: Candytopia. Then re-enter adult NYC at STATE Grill & Bar in the Empire State Building.
Get ready to build up an appetite as you start the evening sweating to the beat at Flywheel Sports before indulging in gourmet Italian fare at Zero Otto Nove.
Indulge in French perfection at Brasserie 8 ½ in Midtown, then catch a movie at the 600-seat historic theater, The Paris.
Take it easy tonight with a coffee catch-up at Saltwater Coffee in the East Village, then head right next door for artisan pizza at Motorino.
Go Stranger Things-level retro at Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop in Greenpoint, then dive into The Diamond’s trendy vibes over some craft drinks.
Tonight, shop at the greatest mall in Brooklyn, City Point. Then wine and dine at House of Wax (filled with macabre artifacts) in Downtown Brooklyn.
See the indomitable performance of Jewels during its two week run at Lincoln Center, then have a drink overlooking Columbus Circle at Center Bar.
Take a play out of one of our favorite couples books and start with dinner at upscale American spot, Hillstone, before enjoying live music at Jazz Standard.
Summer may be over but tonight you’ll feel like you’re still at the beach with cocktails from the NYLO Hotel followed by delicious food from Playa Betty’s.
Take part in the Brooklyn Comedy Festival and see a show called "Nothing Important" at Friends and Lovers. Then grab a bite and continue the fun at Berg'n.