Is Greenwich Village’s best casual American restaurant, outdoor cafe, and Jazz Venue; featuring the rich tones of exposed rafters, brick walls. inlaid wood floors and a double story stone fireplace. Multi-level dining allows everyone to have the best seat in the house.
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Tickets: $46.50–$121.50, premium $300
Book writer and now director Arthur Laurents has piloted his infamous gang members, the Jets, out of lovable-ruffian territory into a darker zone, where they often exude a sense of reckless menace. That’s good, since Matt Cavenaugh’s Tony never lets you forget you’re watching a musical. Karen Olivo’s Anita offers a potent mix of sexual bravado and streetwise sadness, and Josefina Scaglione embodies Maria with heart-lifting simplicity. Of course the chief glory of this classic is the Leonard Bernstein score, terrific sounding with a full orchestra. Overall, this subtly recalibrated revival is Broadway in very fine form: standing up to face darkness head on, and unafraid to be a thing of beauty.—AF
1564 Broadway (at 47th St)
Midtown West | Map | Directions
Sundays 3pm , Mondays 8pm , Tuesdays 7pm, 8pm , Wednesdays 2pm, 8pm , Thursdays 8pm , Fridays 8pm , Saturdays 2pm, 8pm
Read more: http://newyork.timeout.com/events/broadway/269016/4113036/west-side-story#ixzz0aY6BZJLc
Emphasizes the history of the Village – from wealthy Victorian neighborhood to 20th century bohemian center– and its personalities, from Washington to Bob Dylan. Historical stops include the Washington Square Arch, Minetta Lane, Patchin Place, the Jefferson Courthouse Library and Grove Court. Along the way, a sampling of desserts, from Lilac chocolate to Italian saviodi. Come prepared with an appetite for history and things sweet.
Private tours available by appointment.
Schedule subject to change.
Public tour rate: $22
Reservations and Meeting Place: 212-465-3331
Artists & Fleas creates weekly markets where emerging artists, designers, vintage collectors, and handmade crafters can set up shop and come in direct contact with the consumer public. Established in 2003 in Williamsburg Brooklyn, Artists & Fleas has created unique destinations for the community of artisans, collectors and cool-hunters to come together in a dynamic, vital retail setting where buyers and sellers can meet from around the world.
129 N 6th St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Few sights are as magical as the view of the Manhattan Skyline at night from the walkway of the Brooklyn Bridge! It’s is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the USA, built in 1883 it spans 5,989 feet over the east river. Come along and enjoy the spectacular views as New York City’s lights sparkle over the waters of the Hudson! We’ll also grab a bite to eat in Brooklyn before riding the subway back to Harlem!
Meet Tuesdays in the front lobby at 6:30pm and bring your Metrocard!
Time: Leaving Front Desk at 11:00 a.m.
Cost: Free [Only Metro Card Needed]
New York City has long been known for its amazing Christmas decorations. This tour will take you to see the magic of some of the most creative and magical window displays in the whole city including the Saks snowflake spectacular on 5th Ave.
The walk is approximately 2 miles long and will take you from Macy’s at 34th st to Bloomingdale’s on Lexington.
We’ll also stop for a bite to eat at one of the many café style restaurants along 5th Avenue!
Koronet Pizza is perfect choice for cheap, good pizza in New York City. It’s not gourmet but they’re open late and the the price is unbeatable. Located at 110 and Broadway, the small but tasty pizza joint serves up super jumbo sized pizza slices on chewy, soft, and tasty bread along with a tangy sauce that’s sure have you coming back for more.
Money? It’s cheap too, (starting at 3.25 per slice) and it’s worth every cent. New York City has lots of good pizza places and this is definitely one to add to your list of places to explore.
Tribeca Cinemas will be the host of this year’s ninth annual Horror Film Festival beginning November 18th. There are few great classics lined up as well as some lesser known works by “newcomers”.The event kicks off with a party at BLVD featuring short films, live bands, and an hour of free beer. On November 21th, a lifetime achievement award will be given to William Lustig director/producer who mastered the genre in New York City with a significant number of intense works such as Maniac and Vigilante.
54 Varick street at Canal
New York, NY 10013
BVLD-the party venue, start at 8pm
New York, NY
Burnt Sugar features guitar-wielding critic Greg Tate, who probably acquired more than one revelation from Miles Davis’s Bitches Brew. Thankfully, however, Tate has plenty of his own voodoo to run down. Using a conduction method on loan from Butch Morris, he spurs the large ensemble, always well-stocked with downtown-jazz luminaries, to acid-funk ecstasy. Tonight the combo celebrates ten years in the game, and the release of a new disc, Making Love to the Dark Ages.
Tickets: at tables $15 plus $5 minimum, at bar $10
Tonight 8pm, 10:30pm
131 W 3rd St (between MacDougal St and Sixth Ave)
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