From a literary stroll to a unique stand-up comedy show, we’ve planned quite the week for you.
Monday, November 2
Take a stroll with playwright William Shakespeare, poet Robert Burns, and novelist Sir Walter Scott on the Literary Walk in Central Park.
Tuesday, November 3
The world’s cutest video game that took over everyone’s quarantine is now the topic of this free stand-up comedy show.
Wednesday, November 4
When the Strand announced it was in danger of closing down, New Yorkers responded by placing more than 25,000 orders in one weekend. Keep the momentum going and shop local!
Thursday, November 5
“But I always say, one’s company, two’s a crowd, and three’s a party.” Andy Warhol knew what he was talking about, and so does the bar that celebrates him!
Friday, November 6
Embrace the cooler weather at Kindred’s six-week Après-Ski pop-up, where you can get cozy in an outdoor chalet and treat yourself to Alpine-themed food and drink.
Saturday, November 7
Book your own private mansion-style poolroom (or even personal lessons!) at Shark’s.
Sunday, November 8
Whether you like it or not, the holiday season is already upon us, which means you can officially fulfill your Christmas wish to skate the Bryant Park Rink this year!