Midtown West Fall Events

Fall is an exciting time of year in Manhattan as people return from their summer vacations. Not only is sweater weather here, the peak season of cultural events is underway. Halloween and Thanksgiving are right around the corner, but before we get there, Midtown West has great fall events to lead you up to our favorite holidays.

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Best Dog Parks in Manhattan

For Manhattan dog owners, choosing the right neighborhood means choosing the right neighborhood for your dog, and hoping it works out for the owners as well. Maybe that’s a slight exaggeration, but most dog owners always have their dog’s best interest in mind. Fortunately, there are a bunch of neighborhoods in Manhattan with great dog parks. Three of our favorites are on the west side, and here they are.

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Memorial Day Stay-Cation Ideas

Memorial Day is less than a month away, which means it’s time to finalize plans. Most New York City residents like to use Memorial Day weekend as a time to escape the busy streets. If you are taking a vacation, your plans are most likely in place, which is why we are here to provide those staying in New York City the best “stay-cation” ideas.

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Best Places for a Walk on the West Side of Manhattan

As the weather gets warmer, New Yorkers head to the streets. We’ve spent enough time walking on treadmills and traveling with subways and cabs. It’s time to stretch those legs! Walking on a beautiful day is a simple pleasure, and when the atmosphere is ideal, the walk is even better. Here are our recommendations for best places for a walk on the West Side of Manhattan.

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Best Brunch Spots in Midtown West

Brunch is the wonderful combination of breakfast and lunch, usually enjoyed partially hungover on a Saturday or Sunday. Brunch originated in England before making its way to the US in the 1930′s. Many restaurants now serve special menus just for brunch because of its popularity, and we are here to help guide you to the best brunch spots in Midtown West Manhattan.

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Off-Broadway Theater in Midtown West

  Manhattan is arguably the greatest place in the world for business, dining, and fashion. When it comes to theater, there’s no argument, it IS the best. Only downfall is obtaining tickets to Broadway plays and musicals such as Hamilton and Book of Mormon is difficult and expensive, which is why we’re focusing our attention to Off-Broadway.

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Father’s Day Activities in New York City

“Some people don’t believe in heroes, but they haven’t met my dad.” Dads do their best to secure our future and spoil us, making it vital to show our gratitude at least once a year. As June 19th nears, the people of NYC are rushing to book the best plans for Father’s Day, but not everyone has figured out the most suitable gift yet. So, take a look at different Father’s Day activities your pops can enjoy in this restless city.

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Must-Visit Jazz Clubs In NYC

Are you a jazz fan? Do you long to hear a live performer that reminds you of Nina Simone, Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, or any of your favorite jazz vocalists? International Jazz Day is coming soon, and the live jazz spots are certainly abundant in New York.

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Fall Events in NYC

It’s finally Fall which means doesn’t just mean boots, scarves and crunchy leaves, but also neighborhood festivities, cider, beer, and lots of laughs. There are tons of fun-filled events around New York City and here are a few you don’t want to miss out on:

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Trails to Town at DROM

The story of Trails To Town begins five years ago when Rich and Marc found each other through the enigmatic wonder of craigslist.com.  The band’s foundation rests on the two songwriters’ love of soulful and catchy melodies. With a base in creative writing, intricate harmonies, advanced musicianship, and a love for improvisation, the two moved forward together; crafting their future releases on these integral components.

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