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Halsey: Manic World Tour [VIP Access]

BTSNYC Experiences Halsey Manic World Tour 2020 Portrait

Halsey Manic World Tour starts in February and we’re excited to share this with you! So, if you’re fan, pick your city and contact us!

BTSNYC Experiences Halsey Manic World Tour 2020

Halsey’s new album ‘Manic’ out, and to launch it, she’s starting her world tour in February!

This is the artist’s 3rd album! Halsey starts touring on February 2nd through Europe and the UK and on June 2nd, will finally land the US.

Her first show in North American soil will be at the White River Amphitheater in Seattle. From there, she moves across the country!

Not to mention, for the New Yorkers, she’ll have 2 shows at Forest Hills Stadium on July 15th and 16th, so get your tickets.

Important: Halsey is NOT officially and publicly offering Meet & Greets on this tour, so the process is different from other M&G’s experiences.  In addition, all M&G’s are always subject to availability and approval by Halsey’s team. (More on disclaimer below!)

So, let us help you figuring out the best tickets to any of the shows, contact us!

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Here are the list of cities and dates:

  • 06 Feb 20 – Madrid
  • 07 Feb 20 – Barcelona
  • 09 Feb 20 – Frankfurt Am Main
  • 13 Feb 20 – Milan
  • 15 Feb 20 – Amsterdam
  • 17 Feb 20 – Paris
  • 21 Feb 20 – Oslo
  • 22 Feb 20 – København
  • 24 Feb 20 – Stockholm
  • 26 Feb 20 – Helsinki
  • 28 Feb 20 – Berlin
  • 29 Feb 20 – Munich
  • 02 Mar 20 – Zürich
  • 04 Mar 20 – Esch-sur-alzette
  • 05 Mar 20 – Antwerpen
  • 07 Mar 20 – Glasgow
  • 08 Mar 20 – London
  • 10 Mar 20 – Dublin
  • 12 Mar 20 – Manchester
  • 07 May 20 – Tokyo Garden Theater – Tokyo
  • 09 May 20 – Olympic Park – Seoul
  • 02 Jun 20 – White River Amphitheatre – Seattle
  • 04 Jun 20 – Sunlight Supply Amphitheater – Portland
  • 06 Jun 20 – Shoreline Amphitheatre – Mountain View
  • 07 Jun 20 – Golden 1 Center – Sacramento
  • 10 Jun 20 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles
  • 13 Jun 20 – AK Chin Pavilion – Phoenix
  • 15 Jun 20 – Dos Equis Pavilion – Dallas
  • 16 Jun 20 – The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Houston
  • 18 Jun 20 – PNC Music Pavilion – Charlotte
  • 21 Jun 20 – Blossom Music Center – Cleveland
  • 24 Jun 20 – Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood – Atlanta
  • 26 Jun 20 – DTE Energy Music Theatre – Detroit
  • 27 Jun 20 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Chicago
  • 30 Jun 20 – Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul
  • 01 Jul 20 – Sprint Center – Kansas City
  • 03 Jul 20 – Summerfest – Milwaukee
  • 05 Jul 20 – Xfinity Center – Boston
  • 12 Jul 20 – Budweiser Stage – Toronto
  • 15 Jul 20 – Forest Hills Stadium – New York City
  • 16 Jul 20 – Forest Hills Stadium – New York City
  • 18 Jul 20 – PNC Bank Arts Center – Holmdel
  • 19 Jul 20 – Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia
  • 22 Jul 20 – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre – Tampa
  • 24 Jul 20 – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville
  • 25 Jul 20 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis
  • 27 Jul 20 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Denver
  • 28 Jul 20 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Denver
  • 30 Jul 20 – USANA Amphitheatre – Salt Lake City
  • 01 Aug 20 – FivePoint Amphitheatre – Irvine

In addition, get tickets to #ManicWorldTour! And, each ticket purchase comes with a physical copy of ‘Manic’.

Have fun!


We can’t wait to see Halsey during her Manic World Tour!!

If you enjoy Meet & Greet and VIP experiences, you will probably enjoy our BTSNYC Experiences! Plus, we have a very exclusive Meet & Greet dinner with Broadway stars you should check out!

So, let our team of experts organize it all for you or for your NHW clients.

Lastly, you might also enjoy exploring a Meet & Greet with the gorgeous Camila Cabello!

www.manicthealbum.com


Disclaimer: We work with different concierge companies and partners, responsible for sourcing many of our Experiences across the globe. All Meet & Greet access are always subject to availability and approval by the artist’s team.



Photo Credit: Courtesy of Halsey Manic Tour

Chelsea Market, Meatpacking District & High Line Food & History Tour

BTSNYC Experiences On Going Chelsea Market Food History Tour High Line

Eat like a local on a Chelsea Market, Meatpacking District & High Line Food & History Tour! And, explore the new Hudson Yards! Let us show you what this area in Manhattan is all about!


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Work your way through the Chelsea Market, Meatpacking District, and the High Line, and see the new Hudson Yards! If you’ve never been to New York City, this is a great place to start exploring!

From its working-class origins to its place in New York City’s club scene, to today, where high-end fashion houses rub shoulders with celebrities and trendsetting gourmands, the Meatpacking District is a slice of all of NYC!

Learn the area’s secrets, take in the views from the world-famous High Line and sample the diverse fare in the historic Chelsea Market.

In addition, explore Manhattan’s newest neighborhood, the Hudson Yards, that had an investment of 25-billion-dollars! Crazy, right!?

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(Get 15% off with the exclusive Promo Code: BTSNYC!!!)

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Pizza from local favorite Filaga Pizza
  • VIP pastry sampler from Las Delicias Patisserie (gluten free and vegan available!)
  • Taco from inventive Takumi Taco (vegetarian option available)
  • Seed + Mill halva
  • Doughnuttery doughnut or Legendary little ‘witch from Fat Witch Bakery
  • How hot can you go?! Guided hot sauce tasting by a hot sauce “sommelier”
  • Special introduction and tote bag at Artists & Fleas. Shop NYC gifts from local makers!

TOUR DETAILS:

  • Location: Manhattan
  • Duration: 3 Hours
  • Tour Maximum: 14 people. Our groups are small for intimate, high-quality experiences.
  • Tour Includes: All food (enough for lunch); Drinks not included.
  • Walking Distance: One mile or 1.6 km.

Additional Notes: All of our tour guides are working actors or actresses so each tour comes packed with personality! This food tour is great for vegetarians. You can indulge in beer or wine (additional cost). Stops are subject to change at any time. *Tour runs rain, snow or shine.

Rates: $56 / person
Times: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays at 10am

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(Get 15% off with the exclusive Promo Code: BTSNYC!!!)

So, if you enjoyed this tour, you might also want to check out the “A Flatiron Food, History & Architecture Tour“.

If you’re looking for a custom tour related to art, food, historical sights, fashion or any other focus, contact us so we work on this with you! For Corporate Tours, let our experts help you out and share exclusive rates!


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26 Best Parties In New York For New Year’s Eve 2020

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 by Noel Y Calingasan

New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, so take a look at our selection of the 26 best parties in New York for New Year’s Eve 2020!

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 by Noel Y Calingasan
Photo Credit: Noel Y. Calingasan (@NYCLovesNYC)

It’s that time of year once again! New Year’s Eve is just around the corner and we’re here to help you figure out which party to go to!

There are parties all over the city, for every different style and age, but tickets are selling out fast!

So, take a look below at the 26 best parties in New York for New Year’s Eve 2020.


#1 Westlight at The William Vale

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Westlight William Vale Hotel

Ring in 2020 at Westlight, in Williamsburg, the 22nd-floor rooftop bar overlooking the Manhattan skyline. Festivities include an open bar, specialty cocktails, music by The Craig Hill Band, and a Champagne Toast at midnight.

Don your most festive attire and be prepared to cut a rug on the dance floor in the sky as you welcome 2020!

All guests must be 21 or over. Festive cocktail attire suggested.

General Admission includes:

  • Party access
  • Open bar (until 1:00am)
  • Champagne toast at midnight!

Table Reservations include:

  • Party access with reserved table for the evening
  • Open bar (until 1:00am)
  • Selection of shared plates
  • Festive party favors
  • Champagne toast at midnight!

Hours: 9pm – 3am

Location: The William Vale Hotel (22nd Floor), 111 North 12th Street

www.westlightnyc.com


#2 The River Café

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 The River Cafe

The River Café is located in one of New York’s most noteworthy and romantic settings, and is well known around the world as a wonderful culinary destination.

Nestled riverside under the Brooklyn Bridge, The River Café exudes romance with its breathtaking NYC skyline views, gorgeous atmosphere and above all our classic American cuisine.

As a Michelin-starred restaurant, The River Café similarly boasts one of the most outstanding wine lists in the world. Chef Brad Steelman’s menu proudly complements the changing seasons, featuring a classic American menu of elegance and refinement.

Location: One Water Street, DUMBO, Brooklyn

https://rivercafe.com


#3 The Pierre New York

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Pierre Taj Hotel

Dance the night away to DJ music as Two E transforms into a sophisticated, 21st century speakeasy.

Enjoy premium open bar and a champagne toast at midnight. Feast on delicious classics from our raw bar and satisfy your taste buds with festive canapés created by The Pierre’s renowned culinary team.

Get into the holiday spirit with complimentary party favors while watching a live feed of Times Square. Ticket prices also include after midnight admission to Big Band dancing in The Pierre’s iconic Rotunda!

VIP tickets (10:00 pm entry) include reserved seating and three-hour open bar. General admission (after 11:00 pm) includes two-hour open bar.

Hours: 10pm – 1am

Location: 2 East 61st Street

www.thepierreny.com


#4 Dance of Vice

Celebrate the dawn of a new decade with an evening of debonair decadence at Dances of Vice’s “Demimonde” and traverse through a carnivalesque fete for the senses at the Down Town Association, a landmarked four story, multi-room old world speakeasy.

Dress to impress, and you may be invited to explore additional secret rooms housing cloak-and-dagger deeds.

Black tie, vintage glamour, dandy fashion, burlesque boudoir, fetish fantasy, weimar decadence + fantasy ball dress code will be enforced.

Hours: 9pm – 2:30am

Location: 60 Pine Street

www.dancesofvice.com


#5 The Roxy Hotel

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 The Roxy Hotel

We love the Roxy Hotel in Tribeca and we’re always at the Django to listen to some great live music.

For their New Years, experience a Late premium open bar and hors d’oeuvres 9:00pm – 1:00am. Live performance 10pm – 11pm by: David Johansen; Sounds by: Bailey Leiter Erik Tonnesen Radio Rahill.

Hosted by: Morrison Hotel Gallery, Mick Rock, Jimmy Webb, John Barrett, Kristin Gallegos, Liz Vap.

Hours: 9pm – 1am

Location: 2 6th Avenue

www.roxyhotelnyc.com


#6 Up&Down

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Up And Down

This New Year’s Eve, downtown style gets an upscale twist at New York City’s Up & Down, a leading nightlife playground for NYC’s elite.

A product of The Butter Group (1 OAK), Up & Down straddles the border of glitzy neighborhoods Chelsea and the Meatpacking District, and is a hub for celebrities and NYC’s VIP crowd.

With its cutting-edge design and buzzy scene, Up & Down sets the stage for an ultra-chic New Year’s Eve party. A 4-hour premium open bar keeps the party going strong, while a live DJ pumps up the dance floor with a dynamic selection of open format Top 40, Hip-Hop, and House hits.

When midnight arrives, the DJ leads the crowd in a countdown to the New Year with a complimentary champagne toast to perfect the moment. Opt for a more velvet-rope experience with an Ultra/Platinum Ticket or Table Package which offer exclusive perks including reserved table seating and top-of-the-line bottle service.

Hours: 8pm – 4pm

Location: 244 West 14th Street

www.uadnyc.com


#7 Rockwood Music Hall

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Rockwood Music Hall

Sammy Rae & The Friends – New Year’s Eve w/ Behaviorist and Will Leet – Rockwood Stage 2, at Rockwood Music Hall.

There is a ONE DRINK MINIMUM for standing and bar stools, and TWO DRINK MINIMUM at tables.

Limited seating is available on a first come first served basis.

Advance tickets are available online until 5:30PM, day of show. Any remaining tickets can be purchased at the door at showtime.

Hours: Doors open at 8pm, show starts 8:30pm

Location: 196 Allen Street

http://rockwoodmusichall.com


#8 Rainbow Room

Quintessential New York glamour finds its home 65 stories above historic Rockefeller Center. Crowning the timeless Manhattan skyline, the iconic Rainbow Room offers a modern twist on classic old-world charm, making it the perfect place to ring in 2020!

Guests are invited to enjoy a cocktail hour in the Gallery followed by a seated four-course dinner in the Rainbow Room with dancing and a live performance from the Kevin Osborne Band. Dress code: Black tie!

Included with your ticket:

  • Premium Open Bar*
  • Cocktail Hour Featuring Passed Canapés
  • Elegant Four-Course Tasting Menu with Wine Pairings
  • Dessert Buffet Extravaganza
  • Premier Live Entertainment
  • Dancing on the Famed Dance Floor
  • Celebratory Midnight Toast
  • Party Continues in the Rainbow Room until 2am
  • Coat Check Provided by the Venue

Hours: 8pm – 2am

Location: 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 65th Floor

https://rainbowroom.com


#9 The Campbell Bar

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Campbell Apartment Grand Central Terminal

Paying  homage to the legacy of John W. Campbell, a Jazz Age financier who converted  the space to his private office and reception hall in 1923, The Campbell showcases many of the thirteenth century Florentine-inspired design intricacies that upheld its legendary allure.

It also includes a soaring, 25-foot hand painted ceilings, a grand stone fireplace, Campbell’s personal steel safe, a century-old leaded glass window and original millwork.

Ring in the New Year with The Campbell Bar in iconic NY fashion! Enjoy a DJ, passed appetizers and a complimentary champagne toast at midnight.

Black tie suggested.

Hours: 8pm – 2am

Location: 15 Vanderbilt Avenue (Between 42nd and 43rd Street)

www.thecampbellnyc.com


#10 McKittrick Hotel

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 McKittrick Hotel

The McKittrick Hotel is well known for their countless parties throughout the year and we have to agree, they really know how to throw a party! Plus, it’s the home of one of New York’s most amazing theatrical experiences: Sleep No More.

For New Year, experience a One-Night-Only dazzling performances, Open-Bar all night long and world class musicians!

Guests should come dressed to the nines in their New Year’s finery, in chic shades of midnight blue, gold, silver, and black. Or with a thematic flair inspired by cosmic wonders or explorers of the world.

Hours: Depends on your ticket option!

Location: 530 West 27th Street

https://mckittrickhotel.com


#11 Brooklyn Bowl

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Brooklyn Bowl

Located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Bowl is a great spot for a fun night with locals!

Enjoy a night having fun on a VIP bowling lane, or just chill listening to some great bands!

“We specialize in unforgettable live music experiences and events. Known for groundbreaking integration of premiere music, 16 lanes of bowling, a bar featuring locally crafted beers, and food by the acclaimed Blue Ribbon, Brooklyn Bowl — aka “rock and roll heaven” (Village Voice) — boasts a sound system and amenities that “no other local rock club can offer” (The New York Times).”

Hours: Depends on your ticket option!

Location: 61 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn

www.brooklynbowl.com


#12 Melrose Ballroom

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Melrose Ballroom

A Multi-level 25,000 square feet venue located just 5 minutes from Manhattan in the heart of Long Island City!

Dj Rokesh & Gharmai Record Events’ Annual NYE Rooftop countdown event running 4th time this year. And each year’s success has been bigger and better. Once again by popular demand we invite you to their New Year’s Eve Rooftop Party 2020 at Melrose Ballroom.

Spectacular city views, floor to ceiling windows, indoor and outdoor space, satellite kitchen, and top shelf bar. It gets no better than this.

Hours: 9pm to 5am

Location: 36-08 33rd Street, Queens

www.melroseballroomnyc.com


#13 Avant Gardner

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Avant Gardner by Bryan Kwon

This New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, The Cityfox Odyssey returns for another 27-hour journey through 4 impeccable rooms of music featuring the biggest Cityfox lineup ever curated.

They will again transform Avant Gardner into a sprawling festival grounds across two city blocks with lounges and creature comforts in addition to the music stages.

Re-entry is permitted subject to capacity, and full-day ticket holders will receive priority.

Limited tables available.

Hours: 9pm – 12pm (January 1st)

Location: 140 Stewart Avenue, Brooklyn

www.avant-gardner.com


#14 Patent Pending

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Patent Pending

Toast to 2020 at Patent Pending!!

Join them for an intimate New Year’s Eve soiree on Tuesday, December 31st, 2019.

Enter through Patent Coffee and start the party with our 3.5 hour-long open bar package including our house cocktails, champagne, prosecco and hors d’oeuvres.

They’ll provide a special evening complete with NYE party favors and a festive environment – serving up the best NYC has to offer.

New Year’s Eve festive dress attire is not required but highly encouraged!!

Hours: 9:30pm – 1am

Location: 49 West 27th Street

www.patentpendingnyc.com


#15 Brooklyn Brewery

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Brooklyn Brewery

Dress as your favorite decade and kick off 2020 with plenty of beer, food & friends!

Toss out the dregs of 2019 and welcome a new year of beer with us at our traditional New Year’s Eve Brewery Bash on Tuesday, December 31 at 10 PM.

The theme this year is Down with the Decades, so put on your favorite throwback style to represent the 60s, 80s, or even the 1880s. This is one of their favorite annual celebrations, and there’s no finer way to clean the slate for 2020 than another round of excellent beer and lots of leg warmers and bell-bottoms.

Leave Times Square to the rookies and join them for one of the best New Year’s bash around. This party is stuffed to the gills with music, food and fun:

  • An all vinyl set from Jesse Sachs (aka DJ Pourover) that will take you through the decades with plenty of disco, funk, pop and hip hop
  • Late night taco bar from Tacombi to help you fuel up for the dance floor
  • Open beer bar featuring all of your favorites and some very special barrel-aged releases
  • End of year raffle with Brooklyn swag and prizes for a few lucky partygoers

And at midnight they’ll continue their time-honored tradition of kicking off the New Year with a toast of an unreleased Ghost Bottle, fresh from their Barrel Aging Facility. New Year, new beer, as the old saying goes.

Dress is casual, so feel free to throw on comfy shoes and leave the black tie at home.

Tickets will NOT be available at the door.

Hours: 10pm – 1am

Location: 79 North 11th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

https://brooklynbrewery.com


#16 Electric Room

Ring in 2019 at Electric Room with a champagne toast at midnight!

Dream Downtown is a boutique hotel located in New York City’s Meatpacking District, with an emphasis on service and after-dark possibilities.

Admission tickets include access to The Electric Room and The Gallery with Open Bar: 8pm – 12:30am.

Lurking deep beneath the hotel, this intimate subterranean room has mastered a distinctly cool speakeasy feel.

The Electric Room bathes beautiful night-crawlers of all stripes in Rule Britannia cool with its wood-paneled walls, gothic chandeliers, subversive graffiti, leather sofas upholstered with the Union Jack Flag, and custom back-painted antique mirrors.

Hours: 8pm – 4am

Location: 355 West 16th Street, at Dream Downtown

http://electricroomnyc.com


#17 Elsewhere

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Elsewhere by Nietoodickens

Elsewhere is a live music venue, nightclub and arts space, housed in a converted warehouse in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

Elsewhere lives by an ethos of creative risk-taking, progressive music programming, respect for all people and art, and a desire to support and grow the communities that make it all possible.

The venue has multiple performance spaces, a large rooftop, a gallery, a loft café, and an outdoor courtyard, and operates a seasonal art program called Landscape.

What to expect for New Years? Well, it’s often difficult to predict what direction a Sybil Jason set will take you. Traversing emotional house, percolating electro and hypnotic techno, the New York artist sculpts an exceptional narrative every time she’s on the decks.

Champagne toast at midnight at one of the best parties in New York for New Year’s Eve 2020.

Hours: 9pm – 6am

Location: 599 Johnson Avenue, Bushwick, Brooklyn

www.elsewherebrooklyn.com


#18 Metropolis

On Tuesday, December 31st, we invite you to ring in the New Year in decadence at Metropolis NYE’s A Passage To The Forbidden Garden, an immersive experience blending nightlife and a world of fantasy at Sony Hall for a glamorous New Year’s Eve event.

Featuring a 5-hour premium open bar from 9pm to 2am.

The shining gem of the New York scene in the 1940s, Sony Hall reopens its doors 62 years later beneath the luxurious Paramount hotel for a special New Year’s celebration.

Step into this glamorous NY gem that has been described as a cross between a church, an opera house, and a bordello. Let their DJ’s build up to the energy of ringing in 2020 with a bang.

On this night, you will feel the electrifying energy pulsating through the air in modern day Metropolis, New York City, as guests enter the New Year’s Eve 2019 experience.

An experience blending nightlife and a world of fantasy at Sony Hall featuring international DJs & live performances throughout the evening bringing Metropolis, A Passage To The Forbidden Garden, to life.

Features:

  • Full Five (5) Hours Premium Open Bar (9PM-2AM)
  • Live DJ & Immersive Performances
  • Dress to impress

Hours: starts 9pm

Location: Inside the Paramount Hotel Times Square on 235 West 46th Street

www.metropolisnye.com


#19 Zinc Bar

Acclaimed jazz pianist Ethan Iverson brings his formidable trio to Zinc Bar ft. vocalist Marcy Harriell for a splendid evening of jazz and the music of Burt Bachrach. He’s supported by bassist Corcoran Holt and drummer Vinnie Sperrazza.

Pianist, composer, and writer Ethan Iverson was a founding member of The Bad Plus, a game-changing collective with Reid Anderson and David King. The New York Times called TBP “…Better than anyone at melding the sensibilities of post-60’s jazz and indie rock.”

During his 17-year tenure TBP performed in venues as diverse as the Village Vanguard, Carnegie Hall, and Bonnaroo; collaborated with Joshua Redman, Bill Frisell, and the Mark Morris Dance Group; and created a faithful arrangement of Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring and a radical reinvention of Ornette Coleman’s Science Fiction.

Bar: $25. Tickets: $50 for the 9:00 pm show/ $90 for the 11:00 pm show with a New Year Champagne toast.

Hours: Showtimes are at 9:00 pm & 11:00 pm

Location: 82 West 3rd Street

https://zincjazz.com


#20 Secret Loft

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Secret Loft

Ring in the New Year with an intimate, magical party with aerialists, live music, dancing and DJ’s. They’ll have a live broadcast of the countdown and an in-person human aerialist ball drop and massive balloon drop at midnight!

What to expect?

  • Great DJ’s and Dancing
  • Aerialists
  • Massive Balloon Drop at Midnight
  • Aerialist “Ball” Drop
  • Live Latin/Caribbean Music

Live Music from Strings N Skins.

Strings N Skins celebrates their Caribbean, Latin American and African heritage through the dynamic and explosive blend of the violin and the djembe. The band was founded in Brooklyn, New York in 2015 by vocalist and percussionist Okai and Latin Grammy Award Winner violinist Luisa Bastidas.

Hours: 9pm – 4am

Location: 137 W 14th Street, Buzzer Secret Loft, 2nd Floor

www.secretloftnyc.com


#21 Wythe Hotel

2020 at the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn!

Lemon’s will be home to a disco-inspired fete hosted by Boy Michi with all night soundtrack from their beloved babe on the decks, Nelleke.

Table reservations have an $100/pp minimum spend after 9pm ($75 for tables 7pm – 8:30pm).  Walk-ins are $20 at the door.

Complimentary champagne toast at midnight!

Ask about their custom large format cocktails, magnums, and platters available for pre-order.

Hours: starts at 7pm

Location: 80 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn

https://wythehotel.com


#22 Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Saint John The Divine Concert for Peace

Before the New Year party celebrations begin, you might want to attend the famous New Year’s Eve Concert for Peace at Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine.

Founded by Leonard Bernstein in 1984, the annual New Year’s Eve Concert for Peace is a signature Cathedral event with performances by the Cathedral Choir and Orchestra led by Director of Music Kent Tritle.

Harry Smith, host. Special guests Paul Winter, Judy Collins, Jamet Pittman, Jason Robert Brown, and David Briggs.

General admission seats are free and open to the public on the night of the show. Reserved seats are available now.

Hours: 7pm – 8:30pm

Location: 1047 Amsterdam Avenue (at 112th Street)

www.stjohndivine.org


#23 House of Yes

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 House of Yes

Abstraction is reality. Surrealism is Truth.

Time is a construct …and the year is infinity.

Together we make sense of glamorous senseless and dress in the bizarre nonsense of the New Year.

Past and Future do not exist.

All we have is Realness. And Absurdity.

Be what you are. Do what you love.

Nothing can stop you, except yourself.

Accept yourself.

Enjoy New Year’s Even at the House of Yes, featuring: Live Art, AV Installations, Body Art & Beauty Bar, Chill Out Lounge, Psychedelic Psychics, Live Illusionists, Aerial Artistry, Real Magic and Fake Eyelashe.

Dress code: Fancy Fantasy & Obscure Overload, The True You, Psychedelic styles & Optical Illusions, LSD Excellence, Fullest Expression of your Surreal & Sexy Self, Gorgeous Gala & Alter Ego, Character Catastrophe, Mix and Match Magic, Trippy Shit, Art Pop Perfection.

House of Yes is a space for everyone to feel welcome. We have a zero-tolerance policy for harassment, unwanted touch, homophobic, transphobic, racist, sexist, ableist, or ageist behavior.

Hours: 9pm – 4am

Location: 2 Wyckoff Avenue, Bushwick, Brooklyn

https://houseofyes.org


#24 Cipriani 42nd Street

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Cipriani 42nd Street

And still, in our Best Parties In New York For New Year’s Eve 2020, treat yourself to a New Year’s Eve night of unparalleled splendor at Times Square, NYC’s most sophisticated private event venue.

This elegant and white-hot soiree kicks off with a 6-hour premium open bar serving Cipriani’s delectable libations and continues with special complimentary amenities including passed hors d’oeuvres in early evening and festive NYE party favors.

Watch as this best-dressed crowd adorn themselves with the holiday spirit as they take a spin on Cipriani’s remarkable dance floor in the magnificent Grand Ballroom. To make sure this party sizzles, a live DJ will perform the most crowd-pleasing hits of Top 40, Hip Hop, House, and Dance.

As befits Cipriani’s luxurious reputation, guests may opt for special VIP tickets – like Ultra and Platinum VIP Packages – that offer exclusive amenities like table service, priority admission, reserved seating, and more.

You’ll feel like royalty when midnight rolls around and you join the gorgeous crowd in a captivating live count down. Raise your complimentary glass of Prosecco and toast to a grand New Year.

Bask in the magnificence of Cipriani 42 this New Year’s Eve. This NYC landmark was originally constructed as a bank in 1921 and has retained the sumptuousness of the interior ever since.

The breathtaking Grand Ballroom inspires awe in its towering 65’ ceiling, delicate chandeliers, and soaring marble columns. NYC’s jetsetters and most elegant partiers look to Cipriani’s as the opulent scene befitting the most NYC-exclusive events.

Originating in Italy as a name in haute cuisine and culture, Cipriani’s has since become an institution in luxury venues and this NYE, you can play like the most privileged NYC crowd with Cipriani’s resplendent NYE bash.

Hours: 9pm – 3am

Location: 110 East 42nd Street

https://www.cipriani.com


#25 Zuma NYC

Cheers to new beginnings at Zuma for your New Year’s Eve 2020 dinner and soiree!

Reservations booked before 7:30pm may order from their a la carte menu or available omakase tasting menu options.

Reservations booked at or after 8pm may choose from a la carte menu or available omakase tasting menu options.

For reservations booked at or after 8pm, there will be a minimum spend per person $165 per person (not inclusive of tax or gratuity).

Hours: Multiple hours.

Location: 261 Madison Avenue

https://zumarestaurant.com


#26 Lot 45

26 Best Parties In New York for New Years Eve 2020 Lot 45 Bushwick

A night of debauchery through celebration and music as we end one decade and welcome a new one. Come celebrate with them on this special night.

The music is going to be amazing and the vibes will be memorable.

They are only selling a limited amount of tickets for this event for a more intimate vibe.

Hours: 10pm – 4am

Location: 411 Troutman Street, Bushwick, Brooklyn

www.lot45bushwick.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of venues, Noel Y. Calingasan, Nietodickens, Bryan Kwon and Hechler Photographers

Open House New York Weekend: Exploring NYC’s Best Secrets

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Open House New York Weekend is just a few days away! You’ll be able to explore NYC’s best secrets in a weekend filled with excitement and access to out of bound spots!

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By now, you guys probably have noticed that we are all about uncovering NYC’s best secrets and sharing it with you! So, today we will tell you a bit more about the Open House New York Weekend!

There is just so much history and hidden gems in the city that it’s almost impossible not to suffer from the dreaded FOMO syndrome (Fear of Missing Out).

Some of the secrets we love the most range from exploring the Secrets of Grand Central Terminal Tour, and attending a VIP tour of the famous Woolworth Building, to entering the out of bound areas of the abandoned Ellis Island Hospital or even walking through the grounds of Green-Wood Cemetery.

There is just SO MUCH to see and these secrets are certainly a big part of why New York is seen as one of the best places in the world to live and visit!

The upcoming weekend of October 18th – 20th, Open House New York Weekend opens up 300+ sites for you to explore, tour, photograph, and visit!

“Open House New York provides broad audiences with unparalleled access to the extraordinary architecture of New York and to the people who help design, build, and preserve the city.”

During this weekend, you’ll be able to access some of these top city gems!


More about Open House New York:

Open House New York, founded by Scott Lauer in August 2001, engages New Yorkers in the city’s architecture, public space, and the future of urban life.

With the help of a dedicated board and volunteers, OHNY became an important platform for celebrating New York at a critical moment in its history.

Following the events of September 11th, when much of the city was closing itself off through increased security measures, OHNY offered a countervailing force, one that advocated for openness and access as key components of an enlightened and vibrant civic life.

The first Open House New York Weekend in 2003 was part of the city’s first Architecture Week. With the help of three hundred volunteers, that event included 84 sites in all five boroughs.

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Morgan Library Museum – Photo Credit: Graham S. Haber

Since the inaugural year, the event has grown exponentially, increasing its outreach and audience participation; the number of sites, talks and tours; and developing additional thematic and interpretive programming. The 2017 OHNY Weekend had more than 250 participating sites and tours. It’s estimated around 80,000 visitors and more than 1,000 registered volunteers were part of it.

Through its year-round programs and the annual OHNY Weekend, Open House New York celebrates the best examples of design and planning throughout the five boroughs.

From historic to contemporary, it helps foster a more informed conversation about how architecture and urban design sustain New York as a vibrant place to live, work, and learn. Open House New York is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

In addition to OHNY Weekend, Open House New York organizes year-round programs. These extend the conversation that begins during the two days of the Weekend.

Programs include Projects in Planning, an ongoing series of presentations that explore the design and development of major new projects in the early stages of their development.

In addition, Making Place is an annual event that opens a range of architecturally and culturally significant sites in one neighborhood to look at neighborhoods in the midst of change. Lastly, Urban Systems Series, a year-long thematic series, explores important issues in New York City’s built environment, from manufacturing, to food, to waste.

Open House New York’s year-round programs are a significant platform for fostering discussion about how the city might take shape in the years ahead. Plus, it addresses issues including planning, preservation, infrastructure, and contemporary design.


Be sure to book your ticket asap, since many of them sell out in just a few hours! Plus, you can always sign up to their newsletter and stay in the loop of what happens throughout the year!

In addition, if you’d like to support this cause and help them continue their work, see what you can do and how you can be part of their year round events, meet ups, tours and more!

https://ohny.org


Credits: OHNY, Nicolas Lemery Nantel, Garrett Rowland, Gensler and Graham S. Haber

14 Best NYC Halloween Parties And Events In 2019

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Come see which are the best NYC Halloween parties and events in 2019! There is just so much going on for all styles and ages!

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If you’ve been to New York before, you know for a fact that the NYC Halloween parties are the most anticipated ones of the year, and is definitely when some of the best parties and events happen in town!

But, if you’ve never to been to NYC, or if you’re finally booking your ticket to come explore the city in October, you have to know that New Yorkers take this date e-x-t-r-e-m-e-l-y seriously!

I mean, believe it or not, people start putting together their costumes months in advance. Not to say, many know their next year costume as soon as the Halloween week is over!

The city gets a full make over with some of the most creative decorations beautifying home façades, as well as store windows. The countdown starts weeks in advance to this big day!

Many of the best parties happen every year, and the teams behind them definitely get creative and always surprise.

On the other hand, there are other events around town that are great for families and kids (for under 21 years).

Take a look at the 14 best NYC Halloween parties and events in 2019:


#1 Blood Manor

(Looks like Jimmy and Kevin Hart had a pretty fun time there…lol!)

This is definitely one of the best NYC Halloween events you could ever go to, but I have to confess… I honestly never had the courage to go to! I’ve heard SO much about this, had friends attend, but I never had the guts! This house of horror seems so real that I get palpitations just thinking about it.

It’s considered not only one of the most amazing haunted houses in New York, but it was recently voted the #2 best in the entire country!

Located inside a historic building Tribeca, you’ll experience 5,000 square feet of themed rooms, corridors, and a labyrinth of passageways that will challenge your deepest fears.

Now, a creepy and quite intersting story: Mathew Brady, the renowned Civil War-era photographer, was responsible for photographing President Abraham Lincoln’s portrait that today is used in our $5 bill. After a nasty accident and 2 broken legs, he got pretty ill and eventually died. Now, the curious part…some sources say that he actually committed suicide… WHERE? Inside the building where Blood Manor is located!! So, be sure to stay alert, because you might just “bump” into some real ghosts.

If you’re still curious, you can see more on this video.

As they say, “Go ahead and scream… it’s not going to matter.”

Dates: Multiple days available until November 9th.

www.bloodmanor.com


#2 Circo Loco

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This party is for the people who really enjoy electronic music, like me. I’ve actually been to this party twice!

This year’s event will take place on the 26th of October at the Brooklyn Navy Yard – a booming area in Brooklyn, right by the East River!

In the line-up, expect DJs like Seth Troxler, Honey Dijon, Rampa vs &ME, William Djoko and other great names!

Date: October 26th

www.tixr.com


#3 McKittrick Hotel

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This year’s famous party at the McKittrick Hotel will be themed based on the classic horror movies by the incredible director, Alfred Hitchcock.

Explore all the different floors in the hotel, decorated in a Hitchcock-style filled with live performances, renowned DJs and complimentary drinks all night at the open bar!

Dates: October 25th, 26th and 31st

http://events.mckittrickhotel.com


#4 Queen of Hearts: Mad Masquerades

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Company XIV is known for its burlesque attractions that have attracted a huge crowd throughout the year! And, I have to say, New Yorkers love a burlesque show that mixes circus performances, sensuality, comedy, dance and more!

This year, the theme was inspired by the famous story “Alice in Wonderland” by the English writer, Lewis Carroll.

In addition, expect lots of magic, opera and cocktails inspired by your favorite character!

Datas: October 31st, November 1st and 2nd

http://companyxiv.com


#5 Masque of Red Death Halloween Ball

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The venue, Capitale, will feature the Masque of Red Death Halloween Ball, bringing everything from talented dancers to a special room for those who have the courage to explore the pleasures of slavery, domination, submission and masochism. Wow…

Will you dare!?

Dates: October 26th and 27th

www.dancesofvice.com


#6 City of Gods by House of Yes & ZERO

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This year the party is called “City of Gods by House of Yes & ZERO” and, for those who don’t know, House of Yes is one of the coolest spots in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

The party will be at another event venue, but organized by the folks at House of Yes and I can say … this party promises to be amazing! I already guaranteed my ticket, since it runs out super fast and I’m sure it will be one of the top NYC Halloween parties!

They invite by saying, “We salute all deities, demigods and demons, gods and goddesses, creatures of creation and those dedicated to hedonism beyond the human realm.” WUHU!

More about the event:

City of Gods is hosted at the absolutely magnificent Grand Prospect Hall in South Brooklyn, a 4-floor venetian hall with 15+ rooms of music, dancing, performance, and discovery. The event features some of the biggest and best Burning Man camps – Comfort & Joy, Disco Knights, DISTRIKT, GlamCocks, Mayan Warrior, Pink Mammoth, and Tierra Bomba – and notoriously, we do not release the music lineup before the party.

The whole vibe is to invite people to experience the event with open hearts and minds, not to chase any specific activity, but rather to come ready to explore and connect. Saturday tickets will be sold out by this weekend and Friday tickets are moving fast as well.

Dates: October 25th and 26th

https://cityofgodshalloween.com


#7 BangOn!NYC: Warehouse of Horrors

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This supernatural celebration will invite not only you, but ancient spirits to join in this party night! This warehouse, of over 100 years old, will have unexpected and bizarre appearances, so get ready!

But what to expect? A trio of stages, otherworldly performances, warehouse scale art installation, opulent lounges, silent disco, and more!

Dates: October 25th and 26th

www.bangon-nyc.com


#8 Bane Haunted House

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Those who like haunted houses have-to-go to the Bane Haunted House. They do an amazing job of working and picking on some of people’s most common fears: claustrophobia, separation anxiety, clowns …

There are over 100 actors spread around almost 40,000 square feet and this year the participants will have an experience where they are part of it all. You “may have to climb up, jump over, crawl through, and spin around what lurks inside the haunted house for a spine-chilling, interactive experience.”

Are you brave enough?

Dates: Multiple days available until November 10th.

https://banehauntedhouse.com


#9 Nightfall Greenwood Cemetery

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The Greenwood Cemetery, located in Greenwood Heights, right next to Industry City, an area that is expanding and worth a visit, is wonderful!

In addition to being a really beautiful and super well-maintained graveyard, it’s the “home” of big names like the famous Brooklyn-born artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, Samuel Morse creator of the Morse Code, William Colgate – yes, the founder of Colgate and even Leonard Bernstein a famous conductor, composer, and pianist.

Well, all this to say that there is no better place to spend Halloween than inside a cemetery, right? I’ve been to this even before and recommend it!

Dates: October 25th and 26th

www.green-wood.com


#10 Bartow-Hell Haunted Mansion Tour

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Located in the Bronx, Bartow-Hell Haunted Mansion offers tours for $ 10.

On October 26th, this tour inside this haunted old mansion, will be at night.

Watch out for spirits and other creatures as you navigate the spaces within the mansion and on the property grounds.

Dates: October 26th

www.bartowpellmansionmuseum.org


Now, if you still want to enjoy Halloween, but have kids or young adults less that 21 year old in the group, here are some fun options:

#11 Harvest Fest and Pumpkin Patch

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The Queens Botanical Garden features, once again, the famous Harvest Fest and Pumpkin Patch festival.

From 11am to 5pm, enjoy lots of live music, inflatables, petting zoo, face painting, tours, garden and composting demonstrations, craft and food vendors, beer & wine garden, and more.

Date: October 13th

https://queensbotanical.org


#12 Village Halloween Parade

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Of course, the traditional Village Halloween Parade could not be left out!

Every year, this costume parade packs the streets of the West Village, where we can barely walk through. It gets super, super busy to go prepared to face the sea on people.

You can go to simply watch and take pictures, or you can be part of the parade wearing your own costume. If so, check out their website to see how to register!

Date: October 31st, starting at 7pm

http://halloween-nyc.com


#13 Tompkins Square Park Halloween Dog Parade

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Guys, seriously… when I went to watch this Halloween Dog Parade at Tompkins Square Park in the East Village, I almost died of so much love for puppies.

I was enchanted with every creative costume that dressed the most diverse dog breeds! I remember this tiny pup dressed as a pumpkin….he definitely got all eyes that day!

So, if you are a dog lover, it worth to pass by!

Date: October 20th

www.tompkinssquaredogrun.com


#14 The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze Guide

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And lastly, anyone who isn’t into staying in town in the midst of the Halloween madness, can get a car and head up to enjoy Hudson Valley’s nature, beauty and tranquility. The trip up takes a little over an hour, so it’s very close.

You’ll see a breathtaking display of more than 7,000 illuminated jack o’lanterns—all designed and hand-carved on site by our team of artisans.

Certainly a different attraction and great if you’re not really into NYC Halloween parties!

Dates: Multiple days available until November 30th.

https://hudsonvalley.org


*This content about the Best NYC Halloween Parties was originally created for Glamour Brazil’s online magazine, where we are collaborators sharing content on New York City.


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Making The Most Of NYC On A Budget

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Yes, New York is an expensive city, but there are things you can do to try and make the most of NYC on a budget. Let us tell you how!

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It’s no secret that NYC is an expensive city — the average cost of living is 129% more expensive than the national average. But, when it comes to career development, nightlife, culture, shopping, and food, there’s no beating the Big Apple. Regardless of your level of income, it’s possible to budget and minimize your expenses while taking advantage of all the city has to offer.

Let us tell you how!


Cut out unnecessary expenses

Cutting out unnecessary expenses will free up money to spend elsewhere.

For example, if you have a car, consider getting rid of it. Insurance in NYC is expensive and monthly payments, gas, and maintenance adds up fast.

Investing in a monthly MetroCard ($121) is a cost-effective way of commuting every day. You can save on taxi fares by walking as much as possible.

Also, consider eliminating subscription services you may not need, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, or the New York Times. Alternatively, look into sharing subscription costs with your friends.


Use credit

Make your purchases with a credit card, so you can take advantage of the rewards.

Most banks offer great deals on cash back at restaurants and stores, as well as travel points. Just make sure to track your spending and be in the habit of paying your card off every month.

If you have a debit card, belong to a bank with low ATM fees.

Moreover, if you have a larger purchase to make, consider using a personal loan. Personal loans have lower interest rates than credit cards. There’s also the opportunity for flexible repayment plans.


Free attractions

NYC has no shortage of free activities if you know where to go. Take a free yoga class at Bryant Park — free classes are held on Tuesday mornings at 10am, or Thursday evenings at 6pm.

Visit a free art gallery — there’s plenty in Chelsea (typically between West 14th Street and West 29th Street), such as, Milk Gallery, Gagosian, and David Zwirner. We can also help you to organize a Private Art Tour during your stay!

When you need some peace and quiet, escape to Brooklyn Botanic Garden by Prospect Park. Admission is free on Tuesdays and you can check out the zoo, the LeFrak Center, and Lefferts Historic House. Or, try exploring the New York Botanical Garden, in the Bronx! Such a beautiful place!

Even if you’re on a shoestring budget, NYC is brimming with things to do and see.

Try a cheaper restaurant you wouldn’t normally eat at or seek out a new store with bargain prices. With a little thought and planning, you can enjoy a fulfilling life in NYC without breaking the bank.

You might also want to check out our 4 part Series about “Things No One EVER Tells You About New York” or our 2 part “Cheap NYC Guide”.


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The Best Of Vegan With Kim-Julie Hansen

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From a meat-eater to being one of the most renowned Vegan experts in the world, Kim-Julie Hansen shared with us how she started Best of Vegan, as well as her Vegan Reset blog and most recently launched a fantastic 28-Day Vegan Plan book!

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Tell me a bit about you! Where you’re from, what you studied, where you’ve worked, how you ended up in NYC…

I’m Kim-Julie, I’m 32 years old and originally from Brussels, Belgium, although that’s only partially true. I was actually born in West Berlin (two years before the Berlin Wall fell) and have lived in many places throughout my life.

I studied modern languages and comparative literature (BA and MA) in Brussels and I’ve worked all over the world in tourism and hospitality before starting my own business.

Five years ago I came to New York for an event and stayed with a friend for 5 days. On the fifth day, I knew that I needed to move here.

Luckily, my online business’s audience was located mostly in the US, so I got my Visa thanks to that (and the advice and support of amazing friends who had undergone the process before me!).

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You have countless different platforms and social channels. I’d love if you could share a bit about each of them!

My two main platforms are Best of Vegan and Vegan Reset.

Best of Vegan is a digital culinary publication focused on crowd-sourced and crowd-pleasing recipes for every occasion and showcasing the best the vegan culinary scene has to offer.

Vegan Reset is my health conscious blog within Best of Vegan. It’s where I share meal prep and plant-based lifestyle tips, as well as my own quick and easy recipes. It’s also the name of my book and online program.

In addition to those, I also share the things that inspire me on my personal page and blog, @KimJulieHansen and I have two additional vegan Instagram accounts: @VeganChallenge based on the free 7-day vegan challenges I host and @IDontWantSalad, an ode to vegan comfort food, which I created to show that vegans can eat much more than just salad.

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How was your journey into the Vegan lifestyle?

Unexpected, overnight and life changing. I was the furthest thing from a vegan you could possibly imagine.

I loved meat, dairy and eggs and had them every day. Then, in 2011, I read two books that made me change my eating and lifestyle habits instantly: Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer and Slaughterhouse by Gail A. Eisnitz.

It was a strictly ethical decision for me at first and I didn’t even know that veganism could be healthy. I ended up researching and trying to find out everything I could for months.

That’s how I ended up learning more about whole foods and cooking with unprocessed ingredients, incorporating more fruits and vegetables, legumes, nuts and seeds. I had never liked any of these foods, so no one was more surprised than me.

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What are some myths about Vegan cuisine that people believe?

That it’s bland, boring, not nutritionally adequate, hard to adapt to and impractical.

I believed all of that too before going vegan myself, so as you can imagine, I wasn’t thrilled to give up so much of what I enjoyed, but I soon found out that you can actually veganize practically anything.

Latte? Make it a soy or oat latte. Sushi? Make it a sweet potato or avocado roll. Pizza? Add some vegan cheese and pepperoni. It obviously doesn’t taste exactly the same, but it’s close enough and, given the ethical implications, definitely worth the sacrifice.

What I at first feared would be restrictive ended up opening the doors to a whole new world for me. I enjoy cooking and eating out so much more now. Vegan cuisine is also neither boring nor deficient. You can get all the same nutrients from plants and whenever they’re harder to get, you can take a vegan supplement for convenience.

I do want to note that vegan foods and products aren’t readily available to everyone equally, so I think that as someone who does have access to the lifestyle, it’s important to simultaneously educate and motivate those who are in the same position while also actively working on making access easier for those who do not without ever judging them.

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What are your favorite NYC Vegan spots? Sorry for this tough question, Kim… 🙂

There are far too many to list!

I love using the app “Vegan NYC” to discover new spots, but my all time favorites are Seasoned Vegan, Avant Garden, Adelina’s, Little Choc Apothecary, Bar Velo, Jungle Cafe and Délice & Sarrasin.

I’m probably forgetting half the list…!

How about your top Vegan brands that are really disrupting the industry, in New York?

I love brands that emphasize quality and/or community and are based right out of New York. Some of them include Egunsi Foods, Raaka Chocolate and Foreal Foods.

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Ah! And you have a gorgeous life changing book and I was lucky enough to follow closely it coming to life! So tell our readers what it’s all about and what they can expect.

Thank you for the kind words!

My book, Vegan Reset (called The 28-Day Vegan Plan in the U.K.), is a practical guide, a cookbook and a 28-day meal plan. It’s an introduction to ethical veganism, plant-based living and a holistic approach to health.

It’s not a diet in the sense that the goal is feeling good physically and mentally, not weight loss.

While it teaches you how to incorporate more fresh produce and unprocessed foods, there are no strict guidelines and you can adapt everything as you see fit. The main motivation is ethical rather than dietary.

Do you have any super cool upcoming project you can share? Anything exclusive no one knows yet!? Lol!

I may or may not be planning my second book! 🙂

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More about her Book!

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Vegan Reset: The 28-Day Plan to Kickstart Your Healthy Lifestyle is a 28-day plan for new vegans or anyone looking to get their diet back on track, from the wildly popular creator of Best of Vegan!

No matter what diet you practice, a reset is a way to jump-start or refocus healthy habits and get your body to a state of optimum health. Here, NYC-based blogger and Instagrammer Kim-Julie Hansen of Best of Vegan offers a practical and easy-to-follow program, laid out day by day with meal plans, prep, shopping lists, recipes, and personal tips and inspiration.

If you want to become a vegan and don’t know where to start, this is the ultimate guide. But it’s also invaluable for anyone (vegan or not) looking to kick-start healthier habits, whether to lose weight, become fitter, or simply cultivate a more balanced lifestyle.

Kim-Julie introduces you to the benefits of a reset; guides you through the 28-day meal plan; and finishes with additional recipes to carry you beyond the reset—all brought to life with her gorgeous photography throughout. With its emphasis on satisfying plant-based foods and its achievable 28-day plan, this program is a great way to meet your goals of health and well-being.

Buy here!


Thank you Kim, my dear friend, for sharing your amazing story with everyone and congratulations on all that you have built during these amazing years in New York City!

I’ve had the opportunity of seeing it from close and I couldn’t be more proud of you!

Plus, I can’t wait to see more of your work and continue trying out all of your food (yes, please continue inviting me over for dinner, lol!) and following your tips!

And finally, if you want to uncover more Vegan spots in New York, be sure to explore our website!


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Madame Tussauds NY, Because A Little Wax Is Fun

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There are endless things to do in New York and countless NY attractions. Meeting celebrities can be hard, but you might enjoy Madame Tussauds NY, because a little wax is always fun!

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Yes, yes! We know…this is a super touristy place to go and not the typical place we’d write about. But, there are certain NY attractions that you’ve got to try at least once in your life like the wax museum: Madame Tussauds.

I’ve been to Madame Tussauds, not only in New York, but places like London. And, I have to say…it’s quite amazing. The reality of the wax figures are amazing…some, even a bit scary for being too realist! It’s also a great place to go with kids and teens!

But wait, what is Madame Tussauds?

“They are the world’s #1 wax museum attraction, offers visitors the ultimate celebrity experience, allowing them to interact with jaw-droppingly life-like wax figures of the most famous pop stars, Hollywood legends, sporting heroes and historical icons – all within one attraction. You can sit with Obama in the Oval Office, dance with Michael Jackson, pose for the paparazzi with Lady Gaga, have a romantic dinner with George Clooney or relive key moments in time with iconic historical figures like Abraham Lincoln (Note: figures vary by attraction).”

Super cool, right? They are spread all over major world destinations in the United States, Europe, Asia and Australia.

So, if you’d like to explore some major NYC Attractions, you should consider this!

In addition, we recently wrote about the advantages and differences of the tourist passes that give access to the most renowned NY attractions. This will definitely help you not only save money, but also have the convenience of going in and out of the places you’re interested in visiting.

You can see the NYC Prices to chose what suits you best! So, enjoy your experience, and share with us what your thoughts about it!

Book tickets online and save up to $5 off standard admission to Madame Tussauds New York!

Madame Tussauds NY is the only place with no ropes or barriers holding you back from your favorite stars. Pose “in a moment in time” with the world’s most iconic musicians, A-list stars, sports legends, world leaders and much more.

If you want to explore a bit more of the city, outside of museums, you’ll want to check out the 25 Most Iconic And Instagrammable Movie Locations In NYC.

Location: 234 West 42nd Street

www.madametussauds.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Madame Tussauds

Best New York City Passes To The Top NYC Attractions

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There is so much to see in New York City that it can get pretty overwhelming and expensive. See the best New York City Passes and differences between The Sightseeing Pass x CityPASS. Go to the top NYC attractions! Pick the one that serves you best!

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Even though we are focused on talking about local spots, brand and events far from the touristy scene, we also understand that many of our readers and followers have never been to New York City.

And, we do agree that going to main attractions is a must! We’ve even written two great Guides: 1st Cheap NYC Guide: 40+ Top Attractions and the 2nd Cheap NYC Guide: 30 Top Attractions.

So, with that in mind, we wanted to share with you a bit about the two Pass options that offers access to these top attractions, making your trip easier, and definitely cheaper!

We know that many of the must-see attractions are quite expensive. When you add all them up, it can be a big investment, specially if you’re traveling on a budget. But, don’t worry! New York is known as a very expensive city, but there are amazing options for all pockets!

If you’ve never been to New York City, you do have to check off major attractions like The Statue of Liberty, museums like the wonderful Metropolitan Museum of Art (aka MET), the 9/11 Memorial, The Top of the Rock, etc…

Now, here is the 1st step to help you can decide: If you’re thinking about visiting at least 3 of these spots, it’s already worth purchasing these Passes!

Other factors to consider to help you decide to buy a pass:

  • #1: It’s cheaper! If you buy all attractions separately, depending on how many you’re visiting, it turns out much more expensive.
  • Optimizes your time. Specially if you have only a few days in the city, these passes are super convenient during the trip. Once you buy, you’re good to go!
  • They have different options to better suit your needs, so be sure to see what is best for you and your family/friends!
  • Many museums have free entrances in specific days/times, so check them before going, so you can go to more attractions with the Passes, and not “waste” them on the ones that can be free!
  • If you’re with a big group, or even traveling with family and kids, it might be a good option to expedite things during the day!

Below, we briefly explain the two great options when it comes to the Passes:


The Sightseeing Pass

Observation Decks, Museums, Bus Tours, Airport Transfer and other sightseeing costs can add up pretty quickly and take hours to plan! The Sightseeing Pass has 2 Pass options to best suit your needs:

  • Flex Pass: This is great if you don’t want to rush to see everything you want and if you’re still not sure. You can take your time to plan and pick up to 12 attractions, from a total of 100! Plus, the pass is valid for 30 days from purchase date.
  • Day Pass: You can buy as many days as you’d like and you have unlimited attractions within the days you purchased. It’s up to 10 consecutive days. Good for people that are going to really use it going to at least 2-3 attractions/day and have a shorter trip to NYC. It includes, NYC Hop on Hop off buses during the days you purchased!

You can save up to Save $200+ on 10 NYC Attractions!!!

NYC Sightseeing Pass

The Sightseeing Pass is great for exclusive NYC Attractions, transfers to the 3 airports and even to go to the famous Woodbury Outlet, if you’re into shopping! They have some very cool exclusive attractions – ex: They are the only pass for the One World Observatory!

  • Over 100 Attractions included
  • 6 Double-decker Bus Tours
  • Get Unlimited Hop on Hop off Buses in NYC
  • 2 Great Pass options for every budget
  • $40 Credit for additional tours, attractions, Broadway shows and dinner cruises

Here is an easy way to pick and choose:
BTSNYC Experiences On Going Sightseeing Pass New York

If you’re still not sure, take a look at their NYC Prices page, where you’ll be able to have a better idea of prices and how you’re saving money!

Another good thing, is that USA Sightseeing Pass is literally 1 ticket to over 250 Attractions in 10 USA Destinations, so if you’re traveling somewhere else, after NYC, be sure to check it out!

To be part of their community, be sure to add #thesightseeingpass to your IG posts, and tag them


CityPASS

As they say: “Spend Less and Experience More at Top Attractions”.

We really do want you to “leave with more than you came with”—whether that’s more money to spend on other parts of your vacation (or to save), more time to spend with the people you’re traveling with (or yourself), an enriched vacation experience, or some combination of all of those things. The concept remains as vital and relevant today as it did back then, as we recognize the increasing value that experiences bring to all of our lives.


So, what does it include:

  • One simple purchase
  • 9 consecutive days of validity, including the 1st day of use
  • Expedited entry at many attractions
  • Instant delivery with convenient mobile or printable ticket options

Two Options:

  • CityPass: 6 attractions (3 fix + 3 to choose from)
  • Any 3 that you decide

Save 43% or more on New York’s 6 best attractions with CityPASS – Shop Now!

BTSNYC Experiences On Going CityPASS New York

If you’re into sharing your adventures on Instagram, you might want to tag #CityPASS. You might be featured as our #CPTraveler of the week! So exciting!

Oh, and in addition, they also have these packages in other 11 destinations. From Chicago, Seattle, San Francisco and Denver, to Orlando, Tampa and more!


There are still other Passes available, so if you’re still not convinced, be sure to research the other options below:

These are the best New York City Passes and we’re sure they will help you out during your adventure in New York City!

For some of the top Tours & Experiences, check out what we have to offer too!

Last, but no least, if you are coming with a corporate group to NYC and need assistance in planning the entire trip, contact our experts to help you out!

From breakfast, dinners, cocktail receptions, to event planning, leisure experiences, we can make it happen.


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FASHINNOVATION: How Innovation & Technology Come Together In Fashion

Events Up Coming Fashinnovation New York City Brand Presentation

FASHINNOVATION debuts its 3rd edition in New York City, in a full-day event bringing in over 70+ speakers that will talk how innovation and technology come together in the fashion industry!

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We all know that New York City is one of the fashion capitals of the world. It’s the birth place to so many brands, ideas, concepts, through some of the most creative and talented minds on Earth!

In this world that is constantly changing at such a rapid pace, it can be hard to follow everything. Plus, it’s equally difficult to be in tune with the latest news in our own industries, right?

That said, we are extremely honored to be a Media Sponsor at the upcoming event: “FASHINNOVATION”. The event will bring innovations in the fashion industry via technology and will certainly expand and incite your mind with fresh ideas.

Fashinnovation: “Fashion Is To Love”, is debuting its 3rd Edition just days before starting the New York Fashion Week. The event will be hosted inside the renowned Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in NYC on September 4th, 2019.

The full-day conference will serve as a place where innovations, via technology, shapes the fashion industry and where current trends are showcased.

Moreover, there will be 70+ speakers, 20+ panel discussions and 20+ brands and startups “trade” activations with the objective of inspiring and sharing knowledge. All this, with countless BIG names of the industry!

So, take a look at the full line up!

REGISTER NOW!

Aside from the talks, guests will enjoy a fashion installation by Neon Cowboys, where he’s debuting an entire collection for the 1st time ever!

In addition, you can expect an activation floor with tech and fashion brands from all around the world and interesting red carpet interviews.

Finally, to celebrate the day in style, an after party will be hosted in partnership with The Canvas by Querencia Studio, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn!

“Based on where all of the trends in the fashion industry are nowadays – transparency, storytelling, sustainability, collaboration, inclusivity, etc. – love is the emotion that it all stems from” says Jordana Guimarães.

“We are excited to keep growing this community of innovators, who are shaping the fashion industry via technologies, such as Digifair (on demand global fabric sourcing and logistics company) and others”, continues Marcelo Guimarães.

After hosting two successful events in the past year, during NYFW, speakers included:

  • Oskar Metsavaht: Founder at Osklen,
  • Ivan Poupyrev: Vice President at Google,
  • Gonzalo Pertile: Director at J. Crew,
  • Renata Black: Co-Founder at EBY,
  • Paul Dillinger: Vice President at Levi’s,
  • Eno Polo: CEO at Havaianas US, Directors at NASA, IBM, United Nations etc.,

…Jordana & Marcelo Guimarães – husband/wife and Founders of Fashinnovation – won’t disappoint with what’s to come!

With the big question which has been circulating in the fashion industry: “Is Fashion Week still relevant?”, Fashinnovation is branding itself as the runway of innovation.

Be sure to get your ticket and see you there!

REGISTER NOW!


Date: September 4th, 2019
Time: 8am – 7pm; after-party from 8pm – 10pm
Location: FIT – Fashion Institute of Technology

  • 218 West 28th Street
  • 227 West 27th Street (Afternoon entrance)

https://fashinnovation.nyc


Events Up Coming Fashinnovation New York City

FULL SCHEDULE

8:00am to 9:00am – Registration / Stands Activations of Innovative Companies

9:00am: Opening “Welcome Remarks” by Founders: FASHION is To Love
– Jordana Guimarães
– Marcelo Guimarães

9:15am – 9:30 am: Toward a new “maker mindset”: Fashion Innovation in an era of urgency 
– Susan Rockefeller: Artist, Activist & Founder Musings.

09:30am – 10:00am: FASHION is Inclusivity

Opening Remarks by Fern Mallis – Founder New York Fashion Week

– Fern Mallis: Founder, New York Fashion Week
– Bill Wackermann: CEO, Wilhelmina Models
– Lisa Sun: Founder, Gravitas
– Jessica Andrews: Deputy Fashion Director, Refinery29 (Moderating)

10:00am – 10:25am: FASHION is Sustainable Development Goals
– Emily Kate Symes: Founder, EKOLUV
– Topper Luciani: Founder, Goodfair
– Camille Jaillant: Founder, Olistic the Label
– Thomaï Serdari: Adjunct Professor of Marketing NYU | Founder Brand(x)Lux (Moderating)

10:25am – 10:35am: FASHION is Social Good
– Simla Sooboodoo – Founder & CEO, Hands On Journeys

10:35am – 10:55am (break)

10:55am – 11:20am: FASHION is Recycled/ Upcycled Materials
– Arianne Engelberg: Founder, THE NEW DENIM PROJECT
– Carolina Alvarez-Ossorio Speith: Global Marketing & Communications Director, ECOALF
– Marci Zaroff: Trademarked “ECOfashion”, Founder MetaWear
– Federico Brugnoli – Founder of Spin360 & Curator of Innovation Square, Lineapelle (Moderator)

11:20am – 11:45am: FASHION is Technology, Pop-Culture & New Trends
– Emily Brickel Edelson: Co-Founder, Chic Sketch
– Asia Hall: CEO, Neon Cowboys
– Michael Savarie: Sustainability Enterprise Catalyst, Hemp Black

11:45 am – 12:00pm: FASHION is Entrepreneurship
Opening Remarks by Karen Bhatia – Senior Vice President at the New York City Economic Development Corporation

– Ricky Mendez: Entrepreneur com
– Pepita Marin: Founder We Are Knitters & Endeavor Entrepreneur

12:00am – 12:20pm: FASHION is Startups + 5 Demos Elevator Pitch
Elevator Pitches presented by – Alceo Rapagna: Global Strategy Officer & CEO Italy Startupbootcamp, Innoleaps & The Talent Institute

Pitches from:
– Gabriela Davis: Co-Founder at Yoobe
– Sophia Matveeva: Founder, Enty
– Michael DeNunzio: Founder, Focalize Designer

12:20pm – 12:45pm: FASHION is Creating From the Heart
– Iliana Cogan: Founder, WordsCount + Kindness ATM
– Mindy Scheier: Founder and President, Runway of Dreams
– Jason Naylor: Artist
– Pinar Guvenc: Business Strategy Director, Open Style Lab (Moderating)

12:45pm – 01:30pm: Break for lunch

01:30pm – 01:45pm: FASHION is Transparency
– Carry Somers: Founder, Fashion Revolution

1:45pm – 2:10pm: FASHION is Women Empowerment
– Ryann Richardson: Tech founder, activist & Miss Black America
– Sasha Meneghel: Personality/ Model Sustainability Advocate from Brazil
– Kimberly Barasch: Founder, Altress
– Alexis Rai: US Director, African Fashion Fund (Moderating)

2:10pm – 2:35pm: FASHION is Inspired by NASA
– Becca McCharen: Founder, CHROMAT
– Erica Bernhard: Founder, Covalent
– Julia Daviy: 3D Print Sustainable Fashion, Designer
– Cassandra Napoli: Editor, WGSN Insights (Moderating)

2:35pm – 3:00pm: FASHION is Blockchain
– Stephanie Benedetto: Founder, Queen Of Raw
– Rob Koenen: CMO, Boxed Water
– Patrick Duffy: Founder, Mr. Duffy + Global Fashion Exchange
– Annabelle Azadé: Fashion Journalist & Founder, Wear The Future (Moderating)

3:00pm – 3:25pm: FASHION is Sustainable Supply Chains:
– Jacqueline Jenkins: Executive Director of Strategic Planning and Innovation at FIT, Author of “Fashion Supply Chain Management”
– Dana Davis: VP of Sustainability, Product and Business Strategy, Mara Hoffman
– Divya Demato: Co-Founder, GoodOps
– Richard Demato: Co- Founder, GoodOps (Moderating)

3:25pm – 3:45pm (break)

3:45pm – 4:10pm: FASHION is International Customer Experience Off-line & On-Line
– Laerke Skyum: Co-Founder, AYNI
– Paula Gartenkraut: Co-Founder, The Private Apple
– Omar Salam: Founder, S.U.K.E.I.N.A
– Jaclynn Brennan: Commercial Director, eSTYLAR

4:10pm – 4:35pm: FASHION is Artificial Intelligence
Opening Remarks by Pierre Nicolas Hurstel – FASHION is “Blockchain & AI”

– Tony Pinville: Co-Founder & CEO, Heuritech
– Alexandra Nervi: CDO, Ba&Sh
– Steve Zades: VP Global Innovation, Kontoor Brands Inc.
– Jean-Marc Bellaiche: CSO, Content Square
– Pierre Nicolas Hurstel: Co-Founder, .arianee (Moderating)

4:35pm – 04:55pm: FASHION is Wearable Tech
– Billie Whitehouse: Founder, WearableX
– Constanza Mas: Founder, Constanza+LAB
– Elizabeth Segran: Senior Staff Writer, Fast Company (Moderating)

04:55pm – 05:20pm: FASHION is Platforms from Point A to Z
– Gigi Cobos: Operations Manager, SYNZENBE
– Yazan Malkosh: Founder & CEO, SWATCHBOOK
– Arnaldo Goldemberg: Founder & CEO, DIGIFAIR
– Neil Hicks: Founder, Pandesco & author, “The Lifecycle of Fashion Technology” & Professor, FIT (Moderating)

5:20pm – 5:40pm (break)

5:40pm – 6:05pm: FASHION is Innovation
– Keanan Duffty: Fashion Designer & Program Director for MPS Fashion Management, Parsons School
– Neil Brown: CEO, Amsale
– Lilly Berelovich: Founder, FASHION SNOOPS
– Corey Tollefson: SVP for Retail, Infor (Moderating)

06:05pm – 06:35pm: FASHION is E-Commerce
– Nyha Shree: Founder, Jumper.ai
– Kristin Savilia: CEO, JOOR
– Misty Locke: Global CMO, iProspect
– Enid Hwang: Culture & Community Manager, Pinterest

06:35pm – 06:50pm: FASHION is Celebrity Influencing: (The Bella Twins)
– Brie Bella: Founder, Birdiebee
– Nikki Bella: Founder, Birdiebee

06:50pm – 07:00pm: NEON Cowboys Show

07:00pm: Closing Remarks – Fashion is FASHINNOVATION 2020
– Jordana Guimarães
– Marcelo Guimarães

8:00pm – 10:00pm: After Cocktail Reception at The Canvas by Querencia Studio

Event Host/ MC: Michael Ferraro, Executive Director FIT Infor DTech Lab

Red Carpet Host: Veronica Apsan, Founder Fashion Aficionado

REGISTER NOW!


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