Fun House of Horrors at Zee Bar
The private, ultra-exclusive social club will open its swank doors for a night of scandalous fun this Halloween 2012. This 9-hour extravaganza is sure to be one of Philly's poshest, best parties and an absolute fun house offering up 4 different rooms for vamps and vixens to mix, mingle and tear up the dance floor. Star quality entertainment will be in full-swing featuring some serious star-power with Katy Perry’s tour DJ Yung Skeeter spinning all night long, alongside a special performance by The Philadelphia School of Circus Acts. Bumpin' beats, stellar drinks and an a-list scene are sure to put all Zee Bar party revelers in the ultimate groove. Don Halloween flair and rage the night away from 9 pm to 6 am. This is the epitome of an all-nighter.There’s always tomorrow to redeem your wicked ways.
This week is buzzing with parties! Here are a few ideas to get your weekend started, and don't forget that Sunday is Mother's Day. Showing up to family functions aren't usually best spent hungover, at least not in the beginning.
461 N. 3rd St.
This is Johnny Utah’s grand opening! From 10-12am you’ll have a chance to meet the World Famous Naked Cowboy, so make sure you RSVP to get on the list. There's a mechanical bull, too.
Hey there, you hot tamales. Tomorrow is Cinco De Mayo and Joonbug has got all of your Mexican festivity needs covered. Want Tacos? Done. Craving lush margaritas? Done. Strong tequila shots and cool Coronas? Done and done. Grab a sombrero, maybe some castanets (if you're into that), and follow me as I guide your hunger and thirst through New York's top places for the best deals on Cinco De Mayo.
Also: It's important to remember that not all of these establishments have uniform hours to the deals they're serving. Call ahead for times & reservations!
Times are definitely hard. As the country struggles with its most dire economic decline in decades, belts are being tightened and pockets pinched. One of the nation’s most indulgent hobbies, cuisine, has definitely been hit with the recession bat. The result? Darwin comes to mind…adapt or perish.
Since opening in July 2007, the braised short rib flautas were always one of the most popular entrees at Johnny Utah's, a mid-scale Tex Mex restaurant in New York's Rockefeller Center. But as the economy took a dive this fall, so did the flautas. Johnny Utah's owner Bobby Werhane says demand for dishes like flautas and fajitas plummeted, while orders for burgers, ribs and smoked Texas chili rose. "We ran out of hamburgers the other day and we have never had that happen," Mr. Werhane said.
Scene: Bar, Mechanical Bull
25 W. 51st Street
(between 5th and 6th Avenue)
New York, NY 10020
Finally, a place to channel your inner cowboy/cowgirl in midtown Manhattan. In this subterranean bar and restaurant, business suits can relieve the stress of the work week by taking a ride on a mechanical bucking bronco – that is, as long as they sign a release wavier first.