Disney’s hit animated film about two sisters separated by a mysterious secret comes to life in this dazzling stage adaptation. As Elsa, in her ice castle, struggles to harness her powers, her fearless sister, Anna, embarks on an epic journey—aided by handsome mountaineer Kristoff, and snowman, Olaf—to bring her family together. Call or visit website for playing schedule.
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Exploring Drinks and Bites From the Pacific in NYC
May marks Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. Home to East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Oceania (which includes Hawaii, Australia, and Polynesia), the unique tastes of the region can be found in New York City. Offerings range from tuna poke and truffle taro chips to Aussie grub, cricket games, and tiki-inspired cocktails on an outdoor terrace. Go explore!
What's New at Smorgasburg, NYC's Premier Outdoor Food Market
Smorgasburg has bragging rights as the largest weekly outdoor food market in the country. Find out the new locations and times you can experience Smorgasburg this season!
Serra Fiorita: Eataly's Primavera Pop-Up Comes to the Flatiron
In the spirit of spring, Eataly’s rooftop restaurant, Serra by Birreria, is in full bloom with a brand-new look and special menu. Read on for what you’ll find at Serra Fiorita, NYC's idyllic Italian greenhouse.
13 NYC Theme Bars That Really Commit
Sometimes we want a little atmosphere with our drinks. Luckily, New York drinking establishments deal in great atmosphere, with themes ranging from tiki to honky tonk to arcades. Here are 13 theme bars in New York, serving alcohol and food with a side of theatrics.
14 Must-Try Hot Chocolates in New York City
Winter is hot chocolate's time to shine and New York is full of creative ways to get your cocoa on. From artisanal marshmallows to cocktail versions, check out our picks for 14 can't miss hot chocolate spots in New York City. January 31st is National Hot Chocolate Day!
Where to Eat Near Rockefeller Center This Holiday Season
Visitors to New York winter destinations The Rink at Rockefeller Center and The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree have some great options for restaurants in the area. After grabbing soem great photo ops, you won't have to travel far for a spectacular meal, whether you're up for a special occasion experience, or a casual trip for one of the best burgers in the city.
The Best Fine Dining Restaurants in Brooklyn
In Brooklyn’s ever-burgeoning culinary scene, renowned chefs are setting up shop in the borough and serving award-winning cuisine. But at these restaurants, don’t expect a posh place where you need to dress up. Expect a Brooklyn facade—a warehouse, a pier, a pizza parlor—with an array of fascinating dishes awaiting you inside.
Build-A-Bear's New Flagship in Midtown!
Taking your kid to the big city? Bring them to Build-A-Bear Workshop at its brand-new flagship in Herald Square! It’s a kid’s dream come true to make their own plush toy—and it’s not just bears anymore. At the store, you can make a new Pikachu, Elsa from Frozen, a T. Rex, or Wonder Woman.
Beat the Heat at Malls and Department Stores: Where to Eat & Shop NYC
NYC has you covered for indoor shopping locations with clothes, shoes, accessories, and even some food when you need to refuel. Read on for nine stores and malls where you’ll spend a dog day afternoon inside, cool, and in style.
Tour de Frosé: The Best Frozen Rosé in NYC
Rosé is enjoying quite a heyday in New York City right now. With this trend has come new spins on this picturesque pink wine, like frosé (or frozé, if you prefer). Here are some of the best frosés out there, appearing at bars throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.
10 Caribbean Restaurants to Try in NYC
Craving a taste of the islands? Visit a Caribbean restaurant in New York! The city is home to over one million descendants of the Caribbean islands, and whether it’s from Jamaica, Cuba, Trinidad & Tobago, or other islands of the West Indies, you can find some amazing takes on the cuisine here. Try some jerk chicken, oxtail stew, and rum—yum!