Friday, February 12, 2016

What To Do In NYC | Valentine's Day

We've finally reached the weekend and this one is an extra special one because Valentine's Day is on Sunday! After living in New York City for six months (life update coming soon!), I've learned that there are an overwhelming amount of date possibilities in this city. I've narrowed it down to five options that are sure to wow your date/spouse/girlfriend/boyfriend/best friend/friend this year:

Dinner & Movie 
Spice up your traditional dinner and a movie date with Syndicated. This gastropub-cinema is located in Williamsburg and allows guests to enjoy dinner, cocktails, and a film all under one roof.

Check it out at:
40 Bogart Street

Ice Skating & Hot Chocolate
For a classic, romantic date: go ice-skating and sip hot chocolate. The Wollman Rink in Central Park is a New York City tradition and was a filming spot in the classic movie, Serendipity. After ice-skating, head over to City Bakery for the best hot chocolate in New York City.

Check it out:
63 Center Drive
3 W 18th Street

See A Show
Get a little cheesy with this musical-comedy improv “Your Love, Our Musical!” Performers Rachel Vigil and Evan Kaufman use audience participation to run their show. Rachel and Evan ask members of the audience how they met and fell in love. They use these details to craft an on-the-spot musical. Laughter is a key ingredient in creating the perfect date!

Check it out:
622 DeGraw Street

Dinner For Two
For an unforgettable experience, make reservations at Camaje for a dinner in the dark. At Camaje, guests don blindfolds and enjoy a four-course meal prepared by chef Abigail Hitchcock. This choreographed experience uses performance artists as “severs”. This experiment is meant to test and awaken the senses.

Check it out:
85 MacDougal Street (dinners in the dark)

Chocolate Tasting
Nothing says Valentine’s Day more than chocolate. Enjoy some of the finest chocolate from 20 different chefs at the Brooklyn Chocolate Takedown. This event will take place at the Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club from noon to 2 PM on Valentine’s Day.

Check it out:
514 Union Street

Which spot will you choose for Valentine’s Day?

Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!

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