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Natural Gourmet Institute: NYC Cooking Classes And Friday Night Dinners

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If you are a mess in the kitchen, like us, but would love to learn your way around cooking, the Natural Gourmet Institute offers quite a few interesting NYC cooking classes and experiences.

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The Natural Gourmet Institute was founded on the principle that what we eat significantly affects our physical, mental and spiritual well-being. Of course, we couldn’t agree more with this statement, since we are huge believers of “we are what we eat”.

They’ve created a framework for healthy food selection. It’s based on high quality ingredients, concepts of Eastern & Western nutrition and a variety of dietary paradigms.

They offer different types of courses, like the ones below:

  • Summer Immersions: A summer course where you learn not only the theory, but also have hands-on classes;
  • Certificate Programs: Students work and meet accomplished chefs, industry experts and partners;
  • Classes: Some last 5+ days, other 3 days, others only a couple of hours. Student go home ready to experiment in their own kitchen;
  • Professional Training: You’ll master the art of healthy cooking through 600 hours of rigorous, life-changing culinary education.

Furthermore, most of the products used are organic, which we particularly enjoy, since we only shop organic.

Plus, they offer a super unique Friday Night Dinner. This three-course vegetarian dinner is both innovative and beautifully presented. Something New Yorkers love! They charge $45/person, which is a super reasonable price for a NY dinner. And last, it’s a BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle), so feel free to bring in which ever drink makes you smile!

And don’t forget to check out their book store. You’ll find amazing books that are actually pretty hard to find out there.

Alternatively, to organize an experience with friends with true NYC cooking classes or to put together a corporate activity for your clients or team, contact our experts to learn more. It will be an amusing activity for everyone!

Location: 48 West 21st Street, 2nd floor

https://naturalgourmetinstitute.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of National Gourmet Institute
*Last Update on March/2020.*

A New York theatrical dinner Queen of the Night mixes decay with glamour

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The legendary hotspot Diamond Horseshoe reopened at the Paramount Hotel! This New York theatrical dinner Queen of the Night is there newest attraction, shaking the city!

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UNFORTUNATELY THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

From 1938 through 1951, if you passed through Times Square, you would most probably stop by the Diamond Horseshoe – a dinner theater and club in the basement of the Paramount Hotel.

After 62 years of being closed down it experiencing a millionaire restoration that costed $20million. Finally, the place reopened the New Years Eve of 2014 with a breathtaking and surprising night for guests.

We know…it’s in Times Square! But, this is maybe one of the very few posts you’ll ever see with recommendations of things to do there. This is surely a worthy exception!

The talented Fashion Editor we adore, Giovanna Battaglia, is the Creative Director of this theatrical dinner named today as the “Queen of the Night”.

Is was reborn as a mixture of theater, music, circus, culinary experience, design and nightlife. It offers guests an interactive entertainment experience with a complete sit-down dinner.

Cocktail or gala attire is required! So, as they say: “Dress for the Queen”!

What are the comments about it? See what the best experts are saying:

  • “Delicious, decadent and provocatively intimate.” ~ The Hollywood Reporter
  • “Variety show for the senses.” ~ The Daily Beast
  • “A mixture of decadence and glamorous decay” ~ Vanity Fair
  • “Redefines NYC dinner theater.” ~ ZAGAT
  • “Take your idea of dinner theater and trash it.” ~ Yahoo!

Take a look at this quick video with Giovanna Battaglia to get a feel of what it’s all about:

This New York theatrical dinner Queen of the Night is definitely “the” place to go!

If you enjoy these type of theatrical performances, you might also enjoy the House of Yes, in Bushwick, Brooklyn. They have similar performances, with a mixture of burlesque.

Also, before the show, you might want to start the night with a drink at The Press Lounge rooftop, just a few blocks away!

We know that New York can be quite overwhelming with so many different shows, places, events to chose from. Let our experts behind our Concierge Services and our Corporate Services help you out.

Have fun with the best that the city has to offer!

Location: 235 West 46th Street


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Queen of the Night and Nowness (video)

A Speakeasy bar in New York named Bathtub Gin

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Hidden in the back of a cafe in Chelsea, is Bathtub Gin a super cool Speakeasy bar in New York. It has a great menu and an even better cocktail selection.

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The bar’s name is an homage to Gin – the drink – that during the Prohibition Era in the United States, became very popular.

If you don’t really know what the Prohibition Era was, it’s ok. In short, it was a 13 year period between 1920 – 1933, where the production, commercialization, distribution and importation of alcoholic beverages was completely banned.

The name – Bathtub Gin – portrays the bad quality of the drink that was available back then in the Country. That was the name given to homemade Gin, of mostly of poor quality – as many of the other alcoholic drinks at the time.

Besides the homemade drinks, some people decided to open secret places not known to the vast public, that was used to service alcohol. They were usually hidden in basements and back rooms of businesses like laundry shops, groceries and cafés.

Today, New York City is the home of countless speakeasy bars.

Obviously, they are all legal today, but the thrill of keeping it a speakeasy remains and many people still do not know of their existence.

Bathtub Gin in Chelsea is one of these spots!

The décor is great with dim lights and a “vintagy” aspect to it. You can order small plates to share, that is a great option to taste a bit of everything you order. They also serve some great artisanal cheese and charcuterie. Last, if you have a sweet tooth, they have some dessert options, like the “toast your own s’mores”! Yum!

Our suggestion would be to try a reservation to avoid the crowded doors.

Plus, you can get lucky enough to see one of the burlesque shows that happen during the night.

If you loved this speakeasy bar in New York and want to explore a few other speakeasy options, you will certainly have fun and wont’ be disappointed.

Oh! If you find out new spots, share them in the comments below with us!

Hours:
Sunday: 4pm – 2am
Monday – Wednesday: 5pm – 2am
Thursday: 5pm – 3am
Friday: 5pm – 4am
Saturday: 4pm – 4am
Sunday Brunch: 1pm – 4pm

Location: 132 9th Avenue

http://bathtubginnyc.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Bathtub Gin
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Press Lounge Rooftop Bar In Hell’s Kitchen, Atop The Ink48 Hotel

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What an amazing panoramic view! The Press Lounge is a rooftop bar in Hell’s Kitchen, situated atop of the Ink48 Hotel. Adam Block’s sister venue to PRINT.Restaurant is a classy favorite.

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Everyone is always looking for the best rooftop in the city. When the summer season arrives, then it’s the only place people want to head to after work or on weekends.

New York City has some of the most fantastic places and the view is always priceless.

The Press Lounge is an amazing place and is located in the neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen.

Surrounded by huge glass windows, you are able to witness one of New York’s most amazing rooftop views. To one side the gorgeous Hudson River, to the other side, our beautiful concrete jungle that never sleeps.

Adam Block was sure to created a menu with fresh, locally sourced ingredients from nearby farms and the best regional suppliers. They offers great cocktails with this unobstructed view of Manhattan and the Hudson, besides an extensive wine list and seasonally inspired small plates.

You can try by having their Caipirinha, a very famous traditional Brazilian cocktail. We can guarantee it will not disappoint you and you will ask for more! It can be addictive.

The space opened in 2010 and quickly became recognized as one of Manhattan’s finest rooftop lounges featuring in top publications. Be sure to put your your “casual elegant” attire, since they do have a dress code.

We are sure you will love this rooftop bar in Hell’s Kitchen!

Also, if you enjoyed the Caipirinha, you might want to try other places with this Brazilian cocktail. Beco Bar, in Williamsburg is a super insider spot. Miss Favela can get pretty energetic and crazy. Berimbau NYC is a great restaurant option, if you also want to try typical Brazilian food.

For hotels to stay in Hell’s Kitchen, try the modern Yotel Hotel.

Need help find your way around the city? Let us know what you need and how we can help you out. For corporate group requests, contact our experts.

Hours:
Sunday: 4pm – 12am
Monday & Tuesday: 4pm – 1am
Wednesday & Thursday: 4pm – 2am
Friday & Saturday: 4pm – 3am

Location: 653 11th Avenue

www.thepresslounge.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of The Press Lounge
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Interview With The Best NYC Spots For Style City

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Our Founder, Fernanda Paronetto, was interviewed by Style City, a Brazilian travel website. She shares the places she loves the most in New York City. So check out some of the best NYC spots!

About BTSNYC What The Press Says Style City BraszilOur founder, Fê, loves to share the story of her journey to New York City. But, she also loved participating in interviews that ask about the best NYC spots. There are so many more, but she had to pick only a hand full to share…

For this interview, Fê (like our Founder’s friends call her), talks about:

  • the best neighborhood to stay and explore
  • a spot for people watching
  • she describes a perfect day in NYC
  • where true New Yorkers go for dinner
  • where to go on cold nights
  • what you can’t forget to pack
  • …and much more!

So, here is an excerpt of the interview:

“BTSNYC is one of the most popular accounts in New York – and very interesting for tourists that want to get away from the traditional routes.

It was created by a group of friends that lives in New York City that had the desire to share the best things that we hardly ever found in common travel guides.

And, since this team really are experts on the subject ‘New York’, we reached out and talked with their creators to see what are the best upcoming spots to explore during this upcoming season!

Come and see…”

Furthermore, take a look at the full Interview! Note: Even though it’s in Portuguese, we highlighted the posts, so you can definitely jot them down to explore!!

Don’t miss out on these city tips!

In addition, if you want to see where the most renowned Influencers and hottest names in the planet go to in New York City, be sure to read the posts on Insider Interviews!

You’ll certainly be enlightened with new spots to explore!

 

An Anti-Nightclub called Paul’s Cocktail Lounge In Tribeca

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Paul Sevigny, a nightlife maestro and DJ, also brother of Chloë Sevigny, launched his first solo project inside the trendy Roxy Hotel in TriBeCa and named it Paul’s Cocktail Lounge, formerly known as Paul’s Baby Grand.

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Located in the high-end neighborhood or TriBeCa, Paul’s Cocktail Lounge was formerly known as Paul’s Baby Grand.

Sevigny is channelling 1930’s designer Dorothy Draper to create a space with ‘plenty of floral patterns, no black leather, no flat screens‘, as said by Condé Nast Traveller!

The place is small and intimate with paintings, graffitis and colorful furniture. The ornate chandeliers that might make you feel a bit nostalgic. If not nostalgic, it can also make you feel a bit…hum, dreamy?! It’s certainly has a playful mood and lots of visual stimuli.

There is a disco ball to put you in the mood and a great no-cellphone rule (well, not that strict though…).

Just be aware that there is a pretty tight door policy, which on the other hand makes it a celebrity magnet! Just, be aware of it since you might have a hard time getting in. They can be pretty….rigorous.

Here is the good news! If you don’t get in, you can just head to another place we absolutely adore. It’s also inside the Roxy Hotel, but they are a subterranean hidden jazz club called Django. They host some of the most fantastic and exquisite jazz bands. They do charge cover depending on the night.

If you decide to leave, you can head down to Tiny’s, just a few blocks away! It’s a top hot spot in the city!

Last, we can not only help you organize your trip to New York City with your family or friends, but if you’re looking to organize a company outing or activity, our experts will have fantastic ideas.

Hours:
Wednesday – Saturday: Door 10pm – 2am

Location: 2 Avenue of the Americas

http://paulscocktaillounge.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Paul’s Baby Grand, Roxy Hotel, Konbini, Paul Ash Lee, House Under Magic, Adrienne Grunwald
*Last Update on March/2020.*

NY Philharmonic: Renowned Cultural Landmarks In New York

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The NY Philharmonic is the oldest symphony orchestra in the U.S. Plus, it’s one of the most renowned cultural landmarks in New York and in the world. It’s the home of some of the most talented musicians too.

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Founded in 1962, the Philharmonic Hall was the first building to be concluded at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

Designed by the renowned American architect, Max Abramovitz, the project houses the oldest symphony orchestra in the United States.

Moreover, based on the astounding donation of $10.5 million, in 1973, it was renamed to Avery Fisher Hall. It’s benefactor, Avery Fisher, was a philanthropist and music lover.

Later, in 2015, if was once again renamed and is now know as David Geffen Hall, another philanthropist, as well as a business magnate and producer.

His philosophy was to give back to the world what music had given to him. Sounds perfect!

Today, the philharmonic entertains over 50 million music lover a year. It also offers annual free concerts across the city, because of it’s community-driven passion. These includes the famous Concerts in the Parks – in Central Park.

Plus, a few extra infos:

“Beginning in 1842, the New York Philharmonic’s historic collections are some of the longest running, most comprehensive Archives in the world of performing arts. An early tradition of documenting all activities began even before the first concert and continues today.

Located in the Rose Building at Lincoln Center, the Philharmonic Archives welcomes researchers by appointment only.

Take a look at their Instagram page (@NYPhilharmonic) to keep posted on the upcoming performances, or go to their website to read about the up coming events calendar!


Furthermore, it’s location can be a bit confusing. It’s on the north side of Lincoln Center, at Broadway and West 65th Street.

In addition, if you are coming to New York and would like to attend any upcoming performances. Or, even if you need to organize a Corporate experience, contact our experts to organize it. We can tell you a bit more about the renowned cultural landmarks in New York City.

Lastly, if you enjoy these types of experiences, check out what Martha Graham Dance Company is all about! You’ll be breath-taken!

Location: David Geffen Hall, 10 Lincoln Center Plaza

www.nyphil.org


Photo Credits: Courtesy of NY Philharmonic and Chris Lee
*Last Update on March/2020.*

The Bowery Ballroom: It’s a New York City Classic

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Built just before the Stock Market Crash of 1929, the Bowery Ballroom was formerly a high-end retail store. It remained locked down for several years and it was only in 1997 that it became this unique music venue.

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The Bowery is one of our favorite spots to see live performances, intimate shows, indie bands and some of the coolest people in town.

The club serves as the namesake of Joan Baez’s Bowery Songs album, recorded live at a concert at the Bowery Ballroom on November 6, 2004.

It has amazing acoustics, the perfect size, a great story, and a 3 pretty cool bars! Their balcony is also a fantastic option if you want to have a clear view of the stage, but even downstairs you’ll be able to see it well.

The bar downstairs is more intimate and great to start off the night with drinks. When the bands are about to go live, you can walk up to watch them.

If you’re wondering how many people they need to fill up the place, it’s just a little over 550. So, it’s not too big, nor too small!

Like many New York venues, the Bowery Ballroom was also the stage for a famous film. Coyote Ugly was filmed back in the year 2000 and they have a scene at the Bowery! Pay attention next time you watch the movie.

Check out their website for the full list of upcoming shows! It’s certainly a New York City classic.

Plus, here are a few additional tips on the Lower East Side neighborhood or with the same vibe as the Bowery Ballroom. For dinner, you might want to explore Contra. We love going to few hidden speakeasy bars too. For places to stay when you come to New York City, try the super trendy and hip boutique Ludlow Hotel.

Hours: May vary, see their website!

Location: 6 Delancey Street

www.boweryballroom.com


Photo Credits: Courtesy of the Bowery Ballroom
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Rockwood Music Hall: Live Performances In NYC With Upcoming Bands

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Located in the Lower East Side, the Rockwood Music Hall is known for hosting live performances in NYC with great artists like Lady Gaga, Gary Clark Jr., Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day and Mumford & Sons.

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When the Rockwood Music Hall opened in the year of 2005, it was only a small bar that offered a few live performances. With time, it became one of the best New York City venues to go for live music.

Even though they’ve had huge names on stage, on the other hand the owner, Mr. Rockwood, enjoys putting together shows by emerging new young talents too. You will probably see several of these guys in the near future performing on much bigger stages! They are all fantastic artists!

They have a three different stages, so be sure to see them all. Some will charge a small cover fee, and other rooms are free of charge.

It is definitely one of the best places to meet these new upcoming bands, a great crowd, amazing music and the perfect vibe!

As many New York City venues, all shows have a one drink minimum standing and two drink minimum, if you’re seated.

Advance tickets are available online until 4pm on the day of the show. Any remaining tickets can be purchased at the door at showtime.

We also love the Lower East Side neighborhood. Here are a few places we recommend you to visit.

For a true cultural New York experience, head to the Nuyorican Poet Cafe to see some of the best live poetry. For dinner, you might want to explore one of the city’s secret restaurants, Kuma Inn.

The Bluestockings Bookstore is definitely a place worth visiting to feel what this collectively-owned business is all about. Last, if you’re in the mood for shopping, go explore Vaute, the first vegan fashion line that is shaking the fashion world in New York.

Hours:
#1 Stage: opens 6pm Monday – Friday | 3pm on Saturday & Sunday
#2 Stage: opens at 6:30pm daily
#3 Stage: opens at 6:30pm daily

Location: 196 Allen Street

www.rockwoodmusichall.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Rockwood Music Hall
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Zinc Bar: A Hidden Jazz Bar In The Greenwich Village

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Zinc Bar, located in Greenwich Village, swept me off my feet – or chair – on my first visit! It was beautifully said by the New York Magazine: “Down steep stairs and through a velvet curtain, but don’t bother unless you intend to become a regular…”

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Alex Kay and Kristina Kossi, the owners of Zinc Bar, were “lucky” enough to secure the location, once the famous Club Cinderella closed down. It was also a Jazz spot and very famous during the 1940’s.

When you walk along West 3rd Street, you do have to pay attention to find the spot. The entrance is small, below eye level and you have go walk down a few steps. Passing the small door, you’ll see a long full bar with stools lined up. You can start your night by grabbing a drink there, before the show.

Passing a nostalgic red velvet curtain, you’ll find another space with tabled sorted relatively close to each other, and a small stage. That’s where all the magic happens!

Up on stage an amazing Afro Jazz band was having a blast and so was every other person in the room! The guys were just crazy vibing off each other and having so much fun.

We were there with musician friends. We have to say, when other musicians get just as excited as the band on stage…that’s something not to miss.

What you can expect? Inspired in African, Latin & Brazilian rhythms, a great insider crowd and definitely an unforgettable night!

Visit their website to see the events by genre. They have everything from Avant-garde Jazz, Blues, Bossa Nova, Cabaret, Flamenco, Free Jazz, Funk to Malagasy, Reggae, Salsa, Tango Jazz, Vocal, World Music and many more.

Certainly one of our preferred NYC Jazz bar in Greenwich Village.

Before, or after the show, you can make a reservation for dinner at Palma, just a few blocks away. And, if you want to try and stay at a hotel in the Greenwich Village, you can try The Marlton Hotel – one of the hot spots in town.

If you are a jazz lover, be sure to go to the bi-annual event at Governor’s Island called the Jazz Age Lawn Party. Also, you might want to have lunch or dinner at Epistrophy. There, the owner Luca, plays Jazz for his clients every last Sunday of the month!

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Note: Some of the nights, there is a cover fee for the stage area. It’s not much, around $8 – $10. The bar area, on the other hand, nas no cover fee, but may request a minimum of two drinks depending on the day. Definitely, a good “problem” to have!

Last, we can help organize any event you’d like in the city. It can be a private event, or a corporate event, so contact our experts to see how we work.

Hours: Open 7 days a week
Week Nights: 6pm – 2:30am
Weekends: 6pm – 3am

Location: 82 West 3rd Street (btw Thompson & Sullivan)

https://zincjazz.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Marco Losavio, CBK.
*Last Update on March/2020.*

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