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Shakespeare In The Park x Caffè Storico



Do you and your love “…love [each other] with so much of [your] hearts that none is left to protest”? Or do y’all find yourselves in fits of passion making Much Ado About Nothing? We thought so. Celebrate your passionate sides by celebrating the bard at Central Park tonight with the opening of the Shakespeare in the Park series. This season’s play of choice is, you guessed it, Much Ado About Nothing, and features an incredible cast including Danielle Brooks (#OITNB) and is directed by Tony Award winner, Kenny Leon (American Son, A Raisin in the Sun). 

Fuel up for your night of drama, romantic retribution, and communication mishaps with dinner at the New York Historical Society‘s eatery—Caffè Storico. This seasonally inspired spot commits to inventive ingredient-driven menus, traditional cooking techniques, and fresh regionally sourced produce. The space is decked out with chandeliers, plain plates and crockery lining the walls, with a splash of color from the bright yellow booths and stools. It’s light and airy with a touch of the dramatic—perfect to warm up for the night to come.

Central Park / Upper West Side
Dinner, Drinks, Theater
Airy, Passionate

Caffè Storico

170 Central Park West, Manhattan

idk tip: Say yes to their dessert. Thank us later. 

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Credit: Caffè Storico

Shakespeare In The Park

81 Central Park West, Manhattan

idk tip: If you can’t get enough of Shakespeare in the Park, they’re also putting on Coriolanus later on in the season.

shakespeare in the park nyc
Credit: Joan Marcus