Every March, people from all over the world feel the Luck of the Irish. This year, we're giving you not one, not two, but over 50 awesome bar crawl parties across the country! So if you're green with excitement for this upcoming St.Patrick's day, then we've got some good news for you. We're bringing you the hottest handpicked bars and the craziest drink specials and surprises we could think of.
Start your St.Paddy's day the right way with our Top O’ The Mornin’ Party featuring a breakfast buffet and of course an unlimited open bar. Then later on in the night, during our bar crawls in every city you'll not only enjoy some of the best drink deals in town, but you'll also snag up some awesome green bar crawl t-shirts and party souvenirs! Click here to find your city and get shamrock wasted with us for St.Patrick's Day.
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"There are 18,000 restaurants in New York City.
Every year more than 1,000 new restaurants open.”
You’ve heard of Café Moto, right? Maybe you haven’t, but you’ve definitely heard of Le Cirque, Daniel, and Union Square Café. Well, could you imagine opening up a restaurant in New York City and having to go up against these culinary legends?
EDC is returning to NYC this upcoming Memorial Day weekend (May 24 & 25 2014), as information about the third annual event has been revealed today. Taking place at MetLife Stadium for the second straight year, the popular festival will feature multiple stages and attractions, including full-scale carnival ride and theatre performers. The event will be so much more than a music festival, with non-stop entertainment and surrounding landmarks to make the EDC experience an unforgettable one. Ticket for EDC go on sale Wednesday, December 11, with prices starting at $199 for two-day general admission tickets.
For more information about EDC, and to see full list of prices and amenities, click here.
These differences create distinct flavors for each beer category. For instance, fermenting at warmer temperatures brews a beer high in esters (a unique flavor component of ales), while the specific strains of cold-thriving lager yeast each imbue their own flavors on the finished lager, as does the degree of cold they were fermented in.
Now where does lager come from? Lager, it turns out, it has a long and interesting history. Though it's has been around for six centuries, it’s still a relative newcomer in the beer world. Beer--the world’s oldest alcoholic beverage--has been around since 3000 BCE. Before lager, however, “beer” meant ale: people could only be brew in warm environments, where Saccharomyces cerevisiae thrives. Around the beginning of the fourteenth century, however, Saccharomyces cerevisiae hybridized with Saccharomyces eubayanus, a distantly related, cold-loving yeast from Patagonia, to create Saccharomyces uvarum. Saccharomyces eubayanus traveled over 5,000 miles from the southernmost tip of South America to southern Germany and merged with Saccharomyces cerevisiae, transforming the beer landscape forever.
It's that time of the year again- the Grammys have finally announced the 2014 nominees for its 56th annual awards ceremony, which will air live on January 26th. To no surprise, but very much deserved, Daft Punk have scored four nominations in the following categories: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, and Best Dance/Electronica Album.
Having already won six Grammys, Skrillex has stepped aside to allow artists such as Disclosure, Pretty Lights, Duke Dumont, and Armin van Buuren a shot at winning the prestigious award. 2014 will also see the return of past nominees Calvin Harris and Kaskade, who will be at heads with one another in both "dance" categories.
This New Year's Eve, New York City is going to be popping with the hottest parties. These spots have hours of open bars, music from the best DJs, champagne toasts, amazing interiors, breathtaking views, and--if you're really lucky--celebrity sightings. Ditch the losers who will be huddled in the cold for hours for a glimpse of the ball drop. Start the new year off right at any one of these venues that will have plenty to drink, room to dance, and make memories that will last long after the party ends.
Dream Downtown: Located in the upscale Meatpacking District on 16th sreet, it is the perfect combination of modernity and luxury, with incredible views of the Manhattan skyline. An ideal spot to bring a date, where the two of you can gaze at the sparkling city as the old year falls away.
Pacha NYC is among the greatest house music clubs in the world. They are known for consistently bringing the best house music acts in the industry. Saturday Nov. 16th will be no different. Pacha is playing no games and bringing in Brooklyn’s own house music king, Victor Calderone along with special guest Belgium DJ/Producer Marco Bailey! If you’re a fan of house music this is a night you won’t want to miss!
Victor Calderone is one of the most well-known and accomplished DJ’s in the house music scene. When he plays in his hometown of NYC at Pacha he holds no prisoners. In the past, the Brooklyn native has been known to get on the decks around 4AM and rock the crowd all the way to 9AM, or later. At the end of it all, party-goers walk out into daylight having just experienced musical greatness and memories they will never forget. This time however, he’ll be accompanied by a special guest DJ with an impressive resume himself, Marco Bailey.
Known for bringing a taste of Ibizia and the UK to NYC, Sankeys is at it again with their new instalment of UK’s award-winning Tribal Sessions.
Originally being a facepainting party where Sankeys founder, David Vincent, personally painted the faces of all patrons, Tribal Sessions has since been a mainstay in the UK. The philosophy behind Tribal Sessions is ‘Forward thinking music without prejudice’. Staying true to that motto you can find nothing but an underground scene with lots of hard hitting beats and a crowd that is there for the music.
To help kick off Tribal Sessions this Friday, France's own Dan Ghenacia and Shonky will be gracing the audience with some of their beats that have been pushing them into the forefront of house music.