New York City offers a vast variety of cultural, ethnic, historical sights. Entertainment, the arts, museums, shopping, park activities, festivals, foodie tours – whatever your interest, you’ll find the best of everything in NYC. A great place for romantics, we’ve rounded up 6 romantic activities; from the spectacular views of Manhattan skyline, to the fine romantic dinner by a fire place.
Dining out in New York City with friends, family or a date is always a good time – and even more entertaining when you can pair your food with a Broadway Show!
From shipwrecked costume parties and killer concerts, to haunted attractions and spooky screenings, you can start making plans to slay this Halloween.
The snow is melting and the sun is shining. As the ground comes to life, so can your cocktails! Fresh ingredients, sprightly mixes, and light liquors; these are the things we love about spring cocktails. We’ve curated some of our most creative and simple flowering cocktails to celebrate the season. Cheers to spring!
St. Patrick’s Day has always been affiliated with a rich history in Irish culture. Now St. Patrick’s Day is is now the perfect excuse to paint everything green, make green things and to drink whiskey! We’ve got you covered on the last one, and we also have rounded up a few of our favorite St. Patrick’s Day cocktails. Don’t forget: Drinks are always more Irish when there’s whiskey involved.
Most New Yorker’s tend to avoid Times Square; most visitors put it first on their list. But most agree that Times Square is one of the most dynamic, frenetic and rapidly changing areas of the city – quintessential New York attributes.
There’s no doubt that New Yorkers love their food – and if it’s New York style, it has to be good! At the Time Hotel New York, we’re proud to host one of the most popular and highly-rated restaurants in NYC, Serafina.
Nothing says ‘New York’ like a Broadway show. Whether you’re an NYC native or a first-time tourist, these standout performances are guaranteed to evoke a myriad of emotions and make you a serial show-goer.
Oktoberfest is a fall rite that comes to life here with typical NYC exuberance. First held on October 12 through 17 in 1810 to honor the marriage of Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig to Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen, the official celebration date changed to the third week in September in the United States because of cold-weather concerns. Whether you want to polka, break out your lederhosen, feast on bratwurst, or simply enjoy the best German brews, there’s a place to do it in New York City. We invite you to join us at Time Nyack as you enjoy all of the exciting festivities of this iconic event in 2017. To help you, you’ve provided a brief guide to our favorite ways to celebrate Oktoberfest in New York this year.