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music+ events

  • April 8th, 2019: Muse : Simulation Theory World Tour - Madison Square Garden

  • April 8th, 2019: Beastie Boys Story Told By Ad Rock & Mike D - Kings Theatre

  • April 8th, 2019: Lil Baby w/ Blueface - Terminal 5

  • April 8th, 2019: WWE Raw - Barclays Center

  • April 9th, 2019: Jeremy Loops - Irving Plaza

  • April 9th, 2019: WWE Smackdown - Barclays Center

  • April 10th, 2019: Beastie Boys Story Told By Ad Rock & Mike D - Kings Theatre

  • April 10th, 2019: Lil Mosey - Irving Plaza

  • April 11th, 2019: Alec Benjamin - Irving Plaza

  • April 12th, 2019: Billy Joel - Madison Square Garden

  • April 12th, 2019: Baroness with Zeal and Ardor - Terminal 5

  • April 12th, 2019: Jonathan Van Ness- Radio City Music Hall

  • April 12th, 2019: Trey Anastasio - United Palace

  • April 12th, 2019: April Fools Comedy Jam - Barclays Center

  • april 12th, 2019: Flashback fridays at paradise club - edition times square

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  • To Kill A Mockingbird

  • Burn This

  • Ain’t Too Proud

  • Hillary and Clinton

  • Beetlejuice

  • The Cher Show

  • King Lear

  • hillary and clinton



  • Jean-Michel Basquiat Exhibition at The Brant Foundation

  • Andy Warhol From A to B and Back Again Exhibition at Whitney Museum

  • The Tale of Genji Exhibition at The MET

  • “The Power of Intention: Reinventing the (Prayer) Wheel” at The Rubin Museum of Art

  • carol rama: eye of eyes at levy gorvy

  • Orchid Evenings at New York Botanical Garden

  • Ashley Longshore at DVF Meatpacking

  • Visit The Vessel at Hudson Yards

  • Visit the Macy’s Flower Show

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Gran Tivoli | 406 Broome Street
Jason Scott and Robert Marchetti opened their first U.S. restaurant, Gran Tivoli in Nolita, an airy Italian with a sexy, subterranean secret lounge. With an expansive menu of seafood, with robust meat and vegetarian options, too, they aim to also be an everyday restaurant by day. Start on the ground floor and work your way down, because once you’re ensconced in the Cellar’s Old-New-York-meets-Older-Europe atmosphere, it’s hard to want to leave -- and it’d be a shame to miss the main event meals upstairs.

 Crown Shy | 70 Pine Street
Crown Shy is the first solo project from Chef James Kent of EMP and Jeff Katz of Del Posto. The focus here is new American cuisine with global influences. Located in the landmark Art Deco tower at 70 Pine Street in New York’s Financial District.

La Central- Hotel Americano | 518 W 27th Street
Top Chef Masters alum Franklin Becker opens his pan-regional Latin American restaurant La Central in the Hotel Americano in Chelsea t— and though the chef is fairly well known, the menu here is centered around dishes created by members of the kitchen team, inspired by food they grew up with.

TAK Room | 20 Hudson Yards, 5th Floor, 500 West 33rd Street
Located at Hudson Yards, TAK Room is a new restaurant from Chef Thomas Keller. Serving iconic dishes in an atmosphere that shines with style and glamour of a bygone era, the menus take a classic approach to Continental cuisine, using the best ingredients and techniques all in an atmosphere ornamented by gueridon service, tableside preparations, champagne carts and live music.

Violet | 511 East 5th Street
Named after the state flower of Rhode Island, Violet is the sixth restaurant from the Pizza Loves Emily Group, led by chef Matt Hyland. Distinct from EMILY and Emmy Squared, Violet focuses on grilled cuisine paying homage to New England and Rhode Island's flavors and abundance of fresh seafood. The anchor of the menu, grilled pizzas, are inspired by Hyland’s nostalgia for Al Forno in Providence - where he often ate while attending culinary school and where he and Emily had their first date - and his desire to fill the void of grilled pizza destinations in New York City.

Misi Brooklyn | 329 Kent Avenue
Housed in the historic Domino Sugar Refinery, chef Missy Robbins’ Misi is a pasta-focused joint that keeps things simple. With just ten house-made pastas and ten antipasti plates, the James Beard-winning chef puts simple Italian cooking in the spotlight, highlighting seasonal ingredients. Take a seat at the bar, the kitchen counter, or the main dining room, and gorge yourself on some sheep’s milk ricotta-filled occhi.

Au Cheval New York | 33 Cortlandt Alley
An eclectic diner hidden down Cortlandt Alley with a passion for eggs, Au Cheval elevates traditional diner fare. Guests can indulge in dishes ranging from chopped chicken liver and roasted bone marrow, to traditional sandwiches, egg-focused entrees, and griddled cheeseburgers. The dimly lit restaurant, pulsating with an eclectic and resonant soundtrack, features leather booths, reclaimed wood paneling and a zinc bar that wraps around the open kitchen.

Benno | The Evelyn Hotel 7 East 27th Street
Jonathan Benno, formerly of Per Se and Lincoln Ristorante, is the marquee name behind the Evelyn Hotel’s three dining options. A lobby-level bakery and café is the gateway to the swanky Leonelli Taberna and the formal, dressy Benno. The latter’s art deco room specializes in tasting menus, a serious wine list and attentive service. The chef’s signature Mediterranean courses include olive oil-braised abalone; spaghetti with clams and sea urchin; and veal chop with sweetbreads for two.

Feroce | 105 West 28th Street
A lively yet intimate indoor/outdoor destination fusing Italian traditions with contemporary refinements, Feroce is a new concept from Francesco Panella of Antica Pesa, the legendary restaurant in Rome and Brooklyn, and TAO Group. The ristorante’s lunch and dinner menus reflect the cuisine found across Italy and is dedicated to dishes from a variety of Italian regions that change with the seasons. Feroce combines the best of both worlds by importing select ingredients from historic brands and small producers from across Italy, and sourcing fresh produce from the best local purveyors in New York.

Leonti | 103 West 77th Street
In the former Dovetail space on the Upper West Side, Adam Leonti's eponymous restaurant showcases elegant yet simple Italian dishes, like salt-encrusted branzino, veal tartare, and sage cannoli for dessert. The place mills its own grains for its house-made breads and pastas.

RH Rooftop Restaurant | 9 Ninth Avenue
Celebrated restaurateur and Founding President of RH Hospitality Brendan Sodikoff is in charge of the Gallery's Rooftop Restaurant and wine terrace, as well as the Barista Bar, which is located off the atrium on the third level. The Rooftop Restaurant offers Sodikoff’s seasonal, ingredient-driven menu in a space layered with glimmering crystal chandeliers, lush Asiatic jasmine, elegant banquette seating defined by Japanese boxwood hedging, and dozens of pleached London plane trees.

The Terrace Restaurant and Outdoor Gardens | The Times Square Edition 707 7th Avenue 9th Floor
The Terrace Restaurant is a casual, all-day eatery inspired by the French brasseries and American chophouses chef & restaurateur John Fraser worked at early in his career. The hearty menu includes homemade pastas, steaks and chops as well as a variety of vegetable dishes, always a signature of Fraser’s restaurants. The Outdoor Gardens offer guests the opportunity to dine perched above Times Square, overlooking the action below.

Niche Niche | 43 Macdougal Street
Niche Niche is everything and anything that is special about wine. It's a one-night-residency-wine-dinner-party where they invite different members of the wine community to curate a different tasting every night of the week for an engaged group of diners.