To most people, Christmas Eve dinner is the unofficial beginning of Christmas festivities. Although it’s supposed to be a joyous occasion, it can feel a lot less fun if you’re stuck in the kitchen. Therefore, this year, take a trip to one of these fantastic Christmas Eve restaurants in our area that the whole family can enjoy together. That way, you can expect way less stress and a lot more fun!
Now that Thanksgiving is officially over, the holiday season is here once again. That means there will be tree lightings, caroling, Santa sightings and a whole lot of other gatherings throughout the next month. However, in a place like New York, all of these events can get lost in the shuffle. Therefore, we’ve compiled a list of the best Christmas activities for the entire family.
Although Brooklyn is known as the trendy coffee shop borough, Queens can still hold its own as home to many quality New York roasters. Whether you’re an aficionado or just need somewhere to relax, study, do work or meet friends, here are some of the very best coffee shops in Queens.
On November 26, otherwise known as Cyber Monday, Ollie’s will be hosting our annual gift certificate sale as a way to thank our incredibly loyal customers. So, if you’re still in search of holiday presents for everyone on your list, look no further than our Cyber Monday sale on gift certificates for free, fast, reliable transportation.
Forget about turkey and stuffing, Thanksgiving Eve is when the real fun and excitement happens. By now, most people know that the day before this harvest holiday is one of the biggest nightlife days of the year. Since everyone is home to visit family, they often decide to stop by watering holes in their area. If you’re looking to get in on the action, here are some New York bars to check out.
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It shouldn’t come as a surprise, but New York City is home to one of the world’s largest Halloween parades. In fact, over the last 45 years, the NYC Halloween Parade is what goes bump in the night across Greenwich Village every October 31. This All Hallow’s Eve, grab your costume and join tens of thousands of ghosts, ghouls, zombies, witches and more as they march up Sixth Avenue.
It’s no secret that New York City is one of the top epicenters of the comedy world. In fact, most of your favorite comedians probably came up through the NYC comedy scene at one time or another. That’s why it shouldn’t be a surprise that New York City is also the site of the world’s largest comedy festival, appropriately named the New York Comedy Festival. Read along to learn all about it!
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Queens is one of the tastiest boroughs in New York City. That’s because it’s made up of neighborhoods like Bayside, where delicious restaurants are practically a dime a dozen. To help you decide which of these eateries is worth a visit, consult our trusty list of the absolute best Bayside restaurants.
If you couldn’t tell already, autumn has finally arrived here on Long Island. In addition to the lower temperatures and bright foliage, the changing of the seasons also ushers in plenty of new fall activities for the whole family. If you’re looking to kill some time and have fun between now and winter, check out these activities, events and experiences in our area.