Best deals in NYC this week
Get down on a Thursday? Count us in. Dance yourself clean of the week at House of Yes from 6 to 10pm without worrying about missing work on Friday. Expect live music from DJ Illexxandra and Tasha Blank and The Get Down Crew as well as drums, horns, vocals and live art.
Whether you’re a New York newbie scouring Google for places to eat or a jaded native looking to rediscover our culinary capital, Time Out has your back. We’ve combed through our favorite neighborhoods and cherry-picked the best places to grab a bite, just for you. We’ve even secured you half off the food bill for two at each restaurant. At $80 a pop, you're in good shape to make your hard-earned cash back after a single dinner date. Grab yours now, thank us later.
Ditch the concrete jungle and head into nature at the New York Botanical Garden. The holiday train show is sure to delight kids of all ages. For a $20 admission, watch model trains zip around miniature versions of the Statue of Liberty and Rockefeller Center made entirely out of natural materials.
A single Alexander Hamilton usually won’t get you far in NYC, unless you’ve got Q.E.D’s Drink and Draw on the brain. Ten bucks buys you three-hours of creative exploration alongside artistic veterans and stick-figure pros alike. Every Friday sees a new theme, new models, and of course plenty to drink. Don’t forget to bring your own supplies!
Taste over 100 styles of whiskey and spirits at this weekend’s Brooklyn Whiskey Fest. Tickets start at $15. Head to Brooklyn EXPO center on Saturday (6:30pm) to sample American Kentucky bourbons, exotic Japanese whiskies and more!
Let's face it: Your emo stage never really ended. Lucky for you, Emo Prom is here to rain on your (black) parade. This Friday, DJ Caity Candy spins all your favorite sad boy songs at Brooklyn's Saint Vitus Bar beginning at 11pm. Grab your tickets today and slip on your most sullen formal attire.