NYC’s Dive Bars

If you are searching for the perfect casual, no frills hangout then one of the city’s dive bars might be your safe haven from the growing popularity of the $15 cocktails and $8 beers gaining prominence in the city’s nightlife. Unguarded and generally unmarked doors provide entrance to dimly lit, laid back drinking dens where […]

NYC Cupcake Wars: Magnolia Bakery & Billy’s Bakery

Magnolia Bakery: The famed, tiny West Village bakery is best known for its colorful cupcake offering, but also offers a large selection of cakes and traditional American deserts, such as ice box cake. The bakery has been featured in Sex and the City, Saturday Night Live and the Devil Wears Prada among others. Cupcakes are […]

NYC’s Speakeasy Guide

“After one year from the ratification of this article the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors is hereby prohibited” THE 18TH AMENDMENT, ratified January 16, 1919. The Prohibition Era in the United States stemmed out of the Temperance movement, which perceived that alcohol was the cause of many of society’s tribulations. Prohibition lasted thirteen […]

New York’s Trapeze School

Flying trapeze lessons may not necessarily be something you think to put on your itinerary when you visit Manhattan, but through Trapeze School New York you can take full advantage of the city’s urban playground by spending a few hours learning and practicing the aerial art. The school has a unique outdoor location atop Pier […]

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