Winter season like any other time in NYC can be full of exciting things to do and see. Rain, snow or shine, New York City always has plenty of festivals, live music, art events and parades. The city that never sleeps doesn’t in fact hibernate through the cold months either. Besides being undeniably gorgeous in the winter, especially with the holiday displays; here’s a list of thrilling things you can do in New York in the Winter:
1 – NYC Restaurant Week[January 18th – February 5th] Twice a year, NYC Restaurant Week offers affordable dining deals at over 300 restaurants in New York. This year, it’s back with a lengthy list of participating restaurants. From trendy new restaurants to fine dining, this weekly event appeals to bargain-hunters and New Yorkers who are looking to try out new eateries. “Restaurant Week” in New York City actually goes on for three weeks, in this case from Monday, Jan. 18, through Friday, Feb. 5. Reserve your table today to eat gourmet cuisine of almost any kind without breaking the bank!
2 – NYC Winter Jam[January 23rd, 2016 11am–3pm] Central Park (72nd St entrance)
Like Leigh Steinberg once said, “The Super Bowl is like a movie, and the quarterback is the leading man”. So get ready for the blockbuster sports event of the year!
On February 2nd New York is going to host one of the most important events of the year: The NFL Super Bowl XLVIII. The 48th annual Final of the National League of American Football will play in New Jersey. The two teams were announced a few days ago: the Denver Broncos vs the Seattle Seahawks. Read more →
Just three days into 2014 and we are already extremely excited about this New Year. Find below some of the reasons why:
1/ SUPER BOWL XLVIII in New York
This year, the Super Bowl will be held in NYC! A maybe once in a lifetime opportunity for all of you New Yorkers to see the game in your hometown. And another great reason for all visitors to be in the Big Apple around game day on Sunday, February 2nd. There will also be a lot of things to do in New York City just before and after the game. The amazing Super Bowl Gospel Choir will be performing at Madison Square Garden with fabulous Patti Labelle and Mary Mary as some of the show’s headliners. February is also Black History Month and what other best city to kick off celebrations than NYC? Read more →