St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner, meaning it's time to stock up on plenty of green clothing, beers, and hopefully the luck will just follow. Since St. Paddy's is the ultimate drinking holiday, we've rounded up some of the best bar crawls happening in the city -- even the non-Irish may participate!
St. Paddy's Kick-Off Party: For just five bucks, you can attend the St. Patrick's Day Kick-Off Party, taking place at Midtown favorite, Public House. The party will take place on March 15th from 5pm until 4am. All sorts of debauchery will ensue.You can purchase your tickets here.
Valentine's Day. You either love it or hate it. Whether you are spending the day with a lover or wincing at all things pink with a friend, there are plenty of ways to celebrate. We've got the best of the best activities going on in New York City for this romantic holiday. From the best prix fixe menus in town to fun ways to sultry cruises on the Hudson, we've got you covered.
Fall in Love Again at The Sanctuary Hotel: What better way to spend lovers' day than with a romantic getaway at this luxuury boutique hotel? The hotel's Fall in Love Again Package includes romantic dinner for two at Haven Rooftop, rose petals where it matters most (wink), melt in your mouth chocolate truffles, Mile High Tease Intimacy Kit, and a bottle of champagne upon arrival. Rates begin at $329 and the package is valid from February 10th- 17th.
We’re on the cusp of one of the coolest, most fun, goriest holidays of the year. This exact mix of appeal is what lures in the masses to hit all the hottest parties, donned in costume of course! Already gathering your group to secure tables at the best events happening in Manhattan during the holiday weekend? Here’s a sneak-peak into just a few of the top spots to hit for your Halloween pleasure:
Expected to be one of the biggest parties this Halloween.; Featuring live performance by dBerrie and Tyler Sherritt at Manhattan's mammoth 64,000sf pier jutting out onto Lower Manhattan’s East River with breathtaking views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges and the Statue of Liberty. Dance music enthusiasts and Halloween revelers alike will come together from all over the world and unite under one roof for one of the most full throttle Halloween events of the year. General Admission is a mere $35 while General Admission with open bar is $65. Mezzanine All Access Open Bar is $85 and Seated VIP Open Bar is $95. Ticket options like this are endless and range from $35 to $10k+. Ballers should no doubt opt for a Silver, Gold or Platinum Package, better yet, the Super STFU Bottle Package Cash Bar that includes General Admission benefits, 50 General Admission Cash Bar Tickets, 12 bottles of Champagne, 25 Bottles of Vodka, tableside cocktail service, VIP Priority Admission and more!
America being the multi-cultural melting pot of diversity and tolerance that it is, ensures that just about any international holiday is cause for celebration. Want to get wild and hit the bubbly for Bastille Day (July 14th)—done! Or perhaps, you prefer to get explicit and do some “ouzo-bombs” in honor of Greek Independence Day (March 25th). Whatever the occasion, America is the undisputed facilitator of revelry—especially in concerns to our dear neighbors in Mexico!
Though undoubtedly muddled in the memory banks of countless Americans, the actual history of Cinco de Mayo has taken a backseat to the margaritas, tequila, and salsa specials inherently associated with it. Though what better way to commemorate the unlikely Mexican victory over the French (circa 1862) than with some good old fashioned debauchery?
Frenetically we race against clocks: clocks demarcating time, deadlines, and necessary markers in our existence. Nothing reaffirms this more than the construct of the “work week." Battling the exasperation, disillusion, and general listlessness inherited by the “Americana Proletarian Dream”—one must salvage sanity when they can. One must make a concentrated effort to forcibly infuse joviality into the miasma of the week. Every day the options are ripe with enticing avenues for exploration and cultural growth—one need merely seize desire and reroute the inevitable doldrums towards more sunny horizons.
In case you got so drunk that you don't remember, last night marked the start of the second annual Boston Wine Week. Through April 3rd, participating restaurants will be offering wines at huge discounts - each serving up a minimum of six typically way-pricier wines for $9 a glass or $32 a bottle.
As part of the event, this Thusday, March 31, Second Glass invites you on a bar crawl through some of the classiest bars in Back Bay Boston. Be sure to don your Thursday best, since some of the venues have strictly-enforced dress codes. After all, this isn't just any bar crawl, it's a classy bar crawl. Kicking off at 94 Mass Ave, the crawl will also take you to Brasserie Jo, Back Bay Social Club and more.
Christmas comes but once a year, and packed in Santa's sack of toys is one of Hoboken's most exciting Christmas traditions, The Hoboken SantaFest. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Hoboken SantaFest; bringing holiday cheer and extreme amounts of booze to all those involved. SantaFest is a Christmasthemed bar crawl that will take place on Dec. 12th from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. No sign up is necessary; all you have to do to participate is wear a holiday costume.
The majority of men attending the Hoboken SantaFest dress as ol' St. Nick, although any holiday themed consume will do. Ladies are invited to dress as Ms. or Mrs. Claus, an elf, or even a seductive reindeer! Creative versions of classic costumes are always appreciated and encouraged. Last year, even some penguins came out to celebrate, so feel free to put your imagination to the test.