The exact times that these blocks close to pedestrian and vehicle traffic will depend on when patrons begin to arrive.
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The exact times that these blocks close to pedestrian and vehicle traffic will depend on when patrons begin to arrive.
Are you hungry for the warmer months ahead, and the good food and music that comes along with them? We’ve put together a list of the best upcoming 2017 festivals in NYC, from April to June. There’s sure to be at least one thing here to get you excited for the summer!
St. Ann’s Church, 157 Montague Street (between Clinton and Henry), Brooklyn NY
Friday April 28, 2017 to Sunday April 30, 2017
Now on its 9th year, one of the best spring festivals in New York, the Brooklyn Folk Fest, presents the very best of American and world folk music. Along with workshops, film screenings and jam sessions, this year’s festival also features music from Jerron “Blindboy” Paxton, Willie Watson, and Jim Kweskin.
Secret Theatre, Main Stage, 4402 23rd St, Long Island, NY
Friday May 19, 2017 to Sunday May 21, 2017
Organized by Random Access Music (RAM), the Queens New Music Festival showcases living composers’ work to a whole new audience. There will be a series of concerts over 3 days, by artists and composers all over the United States.
Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W 18th St, New York, NY
Saturday May 20, 2017 to Sunday May 21, 2017
Featuring food samples and meals from the best vegetarian restaurants, this fruit and veg fest will also include talks from leading vegetarian and plant experts, cooking demos, and animal welfare and eco-information tables. Proceeds go to the Humane League.
9th Ave, 47th to 52nd St. NY
Saturday May 20, 2017 to Sunday May 21, 2017
One of the longest running summer 2017 food festivals in NYC, this year’s Ninth Avenue International Food Fest promises to deliver more fun and more food! The festival features international food offerings from merchants such as Lucky’s Famous Burgers, Daisy May’s BBQ, and Otto’s Tacos. Attendees will be treated to music & dance, and children’s games. Check it out – entry is free!
Randall’s Island, New York City
Tickets: 1 day General Admission passes start at $105
Friday June 2, 2017 to Sunday June 4, 2017
Launched in 2011, The Governor’s Ball Music Festival is a multi-day music festival featuring artists from an array of genres, including rock, hip hop, electronic, americana, pop, folk and more. This year’s lineup features recent Grammy winner for Best New Artist:Chance the Rapper, alongside Lorde, Phoenix, Childish Gambino, and Wiz Khalifa.
Hunter Mountain, NY
Friday June 16, 2017 to Sunday June 18, 2017
For 13 years now, Hunter Mountain has served as the backdrop to the Mountain Jam festival, a 3-day, multi-stage event featuring over 40 artists. This year’s lineup features artists such as The Head and The Heart, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, The String Cheese Incident, and Steve Miller Band.
NYC (all over)
Wednesday June 21, 2017
Now on its 11th year, this free music fest celebrates the longest day of the year with live music: over 1,000 concerts in sidewalks and streets across all 5 boroughs. From 10am to 10pm, listen to musicians of all ages perform in all genres–hiphop, punk, rock to Latin jazz and opera.
Larkin Cold Storage, Queens, NY
Saturday June 24, 2017
Gruyere, edam, cheddar–no matter your favorite, if you love cheese, this is the place for you! Over 50 of the country’s best cheesemongers battle it out for ultimate supremacy. Prepare your stomach for a night of pleasantries and of course, lots of cheese!
Grand Bazaar NYC, 100 West 77th St, New York, NY
Sunday, June 25, 2017 (10am to 5:30pm)
Featuring 40 exclusive food vendors and hundreds of other merchants in over 40,000 sq ft of retail space, the Famous Food Festival brings the flavors of the world to New York while supporting local businesses. To score free entrance for this inaugural event, simply RSVP to get tickets sent straight to your email.
Which of these summer 2017 festivals in NYC will you be eating and rocking your way through? Tweet us at @ParkWhiz – especially if you have tips for other great festivals to check out!
Some may bill it as a “Hallmark Holiday,” but Valentine’s Day is really what you and your love make of it. With so many different activities to choose from during Valentine’s Day in New York City, there’s sure to be something that fits your unique tastes – even if you can’t celebrate on the 14th!
Romance Under the Stars
Hayden Planetarium at the Rose Center for Earth and Space
February 14, 2017
Look into the stars this Valentine’s Day in New York. The American Museum of Natural History’s Rose Center for Earth and Space is hosting a special event with an open cocktail and champagne bar, passed hors d’oeuvres, and chocolates. While you gaze into the stars and seek out specific heavenly bodies, enjoy the musical stylings of a jazz quartet.
Disney Valentine’s Ball
Highline Ballroom, Chelsea
February 11, 2017
There’s no hard and fast rule that says you have to celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14th. If something prevents you and your love from making it out on that exact date, the Disney Valentine’s Ball might be your perfect alternative.
If you fancy yourself a Disney princess, you’ll enjoy hearing the greatest love tales of all time, and receiving “true love’s kiss” from your sweetie at Disney’s Valentine’s Ball. Rock cover band The Little Mermen will be serenading couples to ensure their own fairy tale night. And don’t let the fact that Disney is in the name throw you off – this all night sing-along featuring Disney hits is sure to be a rager!
The ’70s Soul Jam Valentine’s Concert
February 11, 2017
Here’s another fun date idea instead of or in addition to February 14th activities. R&B/soul stars The Stylistics, The Dramatics, The Delfonics, The Manhattans, and Blue Magic will be setting the mood for this romantic Valentine’s Day in New York date idea.
Love in Times Square on Valentine’s Day
Times Square, Midtown West
February 14, 2017
Love is in the air at Duffy Square. Take your love by the hand and play witness to (or act as a participant in!) actual wedding ceremonies, surprise proposals, and vow renewals. If the relationship is new, have your own fun by going to the Heart of Hearts kaleidoscopic kissing booths.
The Cliffs at LIC
11-11 44th Dr, New York
February 14, 2017
For the super-fit couple, a Valentine’s Day in New York date might consist of a mutual adrenaline rush. Specifically, rock climbing at Try The Cliffs at LIC. Buy a day pass ($28), or if you’re a novice, an introductory class ($49). The facility is well-equipped, and the friendly staff will make sure you have an amazing time.
Dinners in the Dark
Camaje, Greenwich Village
$95 per person
February 14, 2017
Improve your senses by getting rid of one of them. Guests at chef Abigail Hitchcock’s Camaje will experience a four-course meal while blindfolded. This unusual experience is choreographed by performance artists and is said to be an experiment to test and awaken senses. It will surely be a Valentine’s Day in New York you won’t soon forget!
275 W 22nd St, New York
If you and your partner are the type who’d prefer a low-key, no-fuss Valentine’s Day in New York, Barracuda Lounge might be the perfect place for you. This no-attitude gay lounge is a cozy place to enjoy a drag show – especially during happy hour.
The High Line
Washington St at Gansevoort St, New York
The High Line is a long park in New York that first opened in 2009. Abandoned elevated train tracks were transformed into exquisite parks and gardens. With stunning views of the Hudson River, and downtown New York’s skyline, The High Line provides a romantic atmosphere on any day of the year.
Hudson River Park
Battery Park City to 59th St, New York
You’ll be able to see Hudson River Park from The High Line – why not make your way over on Valentine’s Day? This beautiful waterfront park stretches from Battery Park to 59th Street. If you decide to get active, there’s skating, kayaking many paths for walking, and plenty of room for biking.
Merchant’s House Museum
$40: $30 Members. VIP Front Row tickets $50
Feb. 14, 2017 at 7PM
Are you a fan of classical music? Check out Love in the Parlors: A Valentine in Concert. Presented by The Bond Street Euterpean Singing Society, performers include Anthony Bellov, Amy Gluck, Jane Elizabeth, and many others signing 19th century hits.
No matter how you and you love enjoy spending time together, there are plenty of different Valentine’s Day in New York date ideas to choose from.
Over to you
How will you be spending Valentine’s Day in New York? Leave your thoughts in the comments, or tweet us more ideas at @ParkWhiz.
During the holidays, New York gets even livelier than it already is! People enjoy the lights lined up along the streets, holiday deals at New York’s finest shopping establishments, and decorations around every corner.
But what makes the city truly unique are all the things to do during the holiday in New York. If you’re planning to spend your holidays in NYC, here are a number of events and things to do during the winter season.
Grand Army Plaza (Manhattan) and Grand Army Plaza Memorial Arch (Brooklyn)
December 26, 2016 – January 1, 2017
The Manhattan and Brooklyn neighborhoods host competitors who aim to create the World’s Largest Hanukkah Menorah. Those closer to Manhattan can see the 32 foot high, 4,000 pound steel icon across from The Plaza Hotel. If you’re in Brooklyn, the neighborhood menorah can be seen at the top of Prospect Park. Brooklyn makes a big event out of the competition, with a concert prior to the first night’s lighting, and potato pancakes!
Museum of the City of New York (Manhattan)
December 6, 2016 – January 8, 2017
If you enjoy a day out at a museum, you’ll really enjoy the Santa and the City exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York. In this exhibition, guests will be treated to historical images of jolly old St. Nick from the Museum’s collection. It’s the perfect seasonal way to appreciate art!
David H. Koch Theater (Manhattan)
November 29 – December 31, 2016
Make your holiday season both fancy and festivNutce with a ticket to George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker. An impressive 90 dancers, 62 musicians, 32 stagehands and 2 casts of 50 young students come together to make this production possible.
Apollo Theater (Manhattan)
December 26, 2016 – January 1, 2017
This celebration of African-American heritage takes place every year, from 12/26 – 1/1, and ends with a feast and gift-giving. Of course, if you’re looking for New York City’s largest Kwanzaa celebration, check out the American Museum of Natural History to start. Look forward to African dance, traditional crafts, spoken word, and live musical performances.
Flatiron Building (Flatiron)
December 1, 2016 – December 23, 2016
23 Days of Flatiron Cheer is the perfect holiday celebration for someone who can’t get enough of the Christmas season. In the fifth year of this annual event around the Flatiron building, you’ll find many interactive installations, performances from local groups, and giveaways from local businesses.
Queens Theater (Queens)
December 9, 2016 – December 22, 2016 (Except December 12, 13, 19)
You’re probably familiar with A Christmas Carol, but have you ever seen it as a live action theatrical performance? Come to Queens Theater for your opportunity to witness this holiday classic come to life. Yes, it’s a musical interpretation, but you’ll be pleased to know that the story remains unchanged!
Queens Botanical Garden (Queens)
December 18, 2016
If you’re brave enough to come out for a few hours during the winter cold, you’ll benefit from music, food, nature, and shopping at Queens Botanical Garden, which will be hosting a holiday marketplace on December 18th. Attendees will be celebrating Winter Solstice, and the event is open to all ages (with special activities for kids).
Rockefeller Center (Manhattan)
November 30, 2016 – January 7, 2017
Is it even Christmas in New York City without the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree? It really is a sight to be seen, with an ice rink situated below it for the most incredible viewing experience.
Times Square (Manhattan)
December 31, 2016
If you’re in New York City during New Year’s Eve, you can’t miss the Times Square Ball Drop! This is perhaps the most anticipated event of the year, and is televised so the rest of the world doesn’t have to miss it. Besides the famous ball drop, there’s also a number of live performances to look forward to.
Hopefully by now you have a full list of things to do during the holiday in New York. If there’s anything you’d add to this list, we’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments!
The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has been a New York City tradition since 1924. People all over the US watch the parade chock full of floats and performers on TV, and about 3.5 million see it in person every year. Below are some tips for first-timers to make seeing the parade in real life easy.
Find a Place on the Sidewalk
Watching the parade is free, but people should get there early for the best view. Spectators start lining the streets at 6:00 a.m. and the parade starts at 9:00. Find a parking space early and don’t leave your viewing spot when you find it until the parade is over. Many of the performances happen near 34th Street, so those spaces usually fill up first, along with spots at the beginning and the end of the parade route. Other good places for watching the parade are:
Note that from 38th Street to Macy’s department store, the street is closed for filming the parade. Keep in mind other street closures as well as you plan for travel, including the following:
Closed starting at 8 AM for the parade formation:
Closed starting at 9 AM along the parade route:
For additional closures, visit http://nyc.gov
Get Grandstand Tickets
Grandstand tickets to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade are for the friends and family of parade participants, employees and volunteers. Macy’s doesn’t sell them, but individuals often sell them online. Some people may also have a friend with an extra ticket.
Book a Room with a View
Several hotels offer Thanksgiving parade packages with great views, including the JW Marriot’s Parade-View Room Package and the Residence Inn’s Prime View Package.
Make Reservations at a Nearby Restaurant
At some restaurants, people can watch the parade while they eat. However, most establishments require reservations for Thanksgiving since it’s such a busy day. The only restrooms available on the parade route are in restaurants as well.
Who will you be watching the parade with? Let us know in the comments below.
It’s almost that time of year again, time for holiday shopping! As people are making their lists and figuring out the right gifts for everyone on it, they should also be sure to map out the places to go to find the best presents.
Here are some of the best shopping spots in NYC:
No matter where shoppers venture this holiday season, there are great deals to be found. Let us know where you’ll be shopping this holiday season!
New York City is a busy place, but everybody needs a day off! Luckily, Labor Day is right around the corner and there’s no shortage of things to do. Here’s a selection of our favorite Labor Day activities in New York City.
If you haven’t heard of Electric Zoo, it’s probably not for you. The festival is well known by EDM fans, and will be held at Randall’s Island. Thank god you’ll have Monday to recover!
Watch tugboats on parade, then racing each other, from Pier 84 to the 79th Street Boat Basin. This year marks the 21st annual iteration of this maritime festival.
What can you expect at the historic boardwalk where the Riis Park Beach Bazaar is held? Sand and ocean, of course, as well as food, music, drinks and shopping. Time for a trip to Queens!
This annual takes place in Brooklyn every September. The West Indian-American Day Carnival and Parade is a seven-hour New York carnival. You should expect to see steel-pan and calypso bands in elaborate costumes, which then march down Eastern Parkway. Vendors will be around, selling island grub along the route.
Are you a unicycler? Even if you aren’t, this festival represents three days of one-wheeled races, games and exhibition. The event is put on by Bindlestiff Family Cirkus.
Watch Riverside Park South transform itself from an urban area into a complete circus. Riverside Park South will play host to a mini Ferris wheel, multiple bounce houses, a reptile show, carnival games, stilt walkers, aerialists, a magician, four bands and local food vendors. The only question is, will you have time for all of it?
Art lover? Need some new decorations for your place? You’re in luck! The Governors Island Art Fair will be featuring more than 100 artists and many different styles of art.
Not enough art for one weekend? The Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibits will have more than 125 artists showcasing their talents during this event.
Are you the city’s hairest dude? Come to Coney Island and enter the contest! Don Jamieson of VH1’s “The Metal Show” will be the host. Are you up to the challenge?
Would you consider yourself a thespian? Check out this series of new American short plays at 59E59 Theaters.
Watch magician Miles Thorn perform amazing illusions and juggle seemingly impossible objects at Elektra Theatre.
Whether you’ll be outside enjoying a festival or inside browsing an art gallery, there really is something for everyone in this list of Labor Day activities in New York City. How will you be spending the weekend, and your day off?
There’s no shortage of things to do throughout the rest of the year in NYC, but the summer is when this city truly shines. New York Summers are full of possibility with concerts, festivals, restaurants, and other extensive entertainment options.
Whether you live in New York or are just visiting, our Ultimate Guide to Summer in New York City will help you plan out what to do every weekend – until the summer is over!
We can’t imagine a better one-two musical punch that will activate a fierce nostalgia in your bones. Brand New and Modest Mouse act together as a powerful rock duo that will bring you right back to your emo high school days.
If you haven’t been to New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden, it’s hard to think of a better time than this summer’s upcoming Billy Joel concert. Immerse yourself in a musical experience that can only come together from someone who’s a songwriter, singer, and pianist!
We’re pretty sure that Alice in Chains will never not be cool, regardless of how old grunge kids are now. Catch them on one of two dates at The Beacon Theater.
Triple threat George Thorogood is an American musician, singer and songwriter from Wilmington, Delaware. Catch him while you can at The Beacon Theater on Broadway!
Hiatus Kaiyote knows a little bit about the power of phonetics and a lot about music. This future-soul quartet is making the long trip from Melbourne, Australia to share their musical stylings with New York City. You’ll catch them jammin’ at the Amphitheater at the Coney Island Boardwalk.
Good luck getting tickets to see The Disco Biscuits – as of this writing, they’re sold out. Time to set up a Craigslist alert when someone inevitably discovers they can’t go! Their loss is your gain.
A few things you should do while enjoying the musical styling of The Bangles:
Seinfeld has a very loyal following, even years after the TV show stopped producing new episodes. If you’re the type of person who finds yourself constantly quoting the show, you’d be wise to grab a ticket to one of two dates before other super fans beat you to it!
If stoner comedy is your thing, you’ll love seeing your favorite podcast creator (and now Netflix star) Doug Benson live.
If Nick Offerman can’t make you laugh, we’re pretty sure that you don’t have a funny bone. Tag teaming the Beacon Theater with Megan Mullally, this is a show you’re not going to want to miss.
It should be a requirement to re-watch Blazing Saddles (for the tenth time) before seeing Mel Brooks live and in person. Go ahead, we’ll wait.
The Mets will be in and out of Citi Field all summer because there are approximately 4000 games in the MLB season. Here are some standout matchups we recommend.
Wait, New York has TWO baseball teams? We’re kidding, we knew that. Here’s some of the Yankees’ can’t-miss games at Yankee Stadium.
We know it’s called “football” in Europe, but America makes its own rules. Here are the NYC soccer matchups we’re most excited about this summer:
What could be better than a night on Broadway in New York City? You haven’t fully experienced all this wonderful city has to offer until you’ve made some time for some of our nation’s best theatrical productions!
Looking for a play that will make you think? Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is dripping with historical references – but some are fictionalized! A must see for those interested in the Salem Witch Trials and McCarthyism.
Can you feel the love tonight? Bring your bae to The Lion King and we’re sure you’ll win some bonus points. Think Disney movie, but all grown up.
Based on the life and times of The Four Seasons, Jersey Boys is a jukebox musical theater production that’s also a bit of a documentary. In other words, it’s entertainment at it’s finest.
CATS is one of the longest running Broadway shows on this list. If it’s good enough to stand the test of time, it’s definitely worth your patronage.
When the album based on a musical wins a Grammy, you know it’s worth your attention. Such is the tale of Kinky Boots, a lighthearted tale inspired by true events!
Everyone we know can’t stop talking about Hamilton. That would be a problem, except by all accounts the show exceeds the hype. If you’ve been able to get tickets, we applaud you.
How many parks does one city need? Around 1700, says New York.
Central Park gets over 37.5 annual visitors, and you should be one of them. Why?
Where else are you going to take your iconic New York City Instagram pictures?
If you’re by the Queensboro Bridge, you really ought to make your way over to Queensbridge Park. It was constructed back in 1901, but has been beautifully maintained since then. Spend the day enjoying an almost unlimited amount of leisure activities including a wading pool, picnic areas, and sports fields like volleyball.
There isn’t a lot of space to spare in New York City, but the Gantry Plaza State Park spans over 12 acres. You might recognize it’s picturesque grounds from the 2005 film Munich, and the film The Interpreter (look for the Pepsi sign!).
If you’re enjoying a stroll on Fifth Avenue, you might as well take a detour to the Washington Square Park. Catch up on a little history while viewing statues featuring famous figures from history, like George Washington, Giuseppe Garibaldi, and Alexander Lyman Holley. You may recognize it from movies including I am Legend, August Rush, and Kids.
If you’re a fan of outdoor markets, then you’d better make sure that your time in New York City leads to an afternoon in Union Square Park. It’s home to the Union Square Green Market. If you’re downtown in the winter, you’ll also be able to catch the Union Square Holiday Market.
There’s plenty of historical relevance within the gates of Madison Square Park, but we’re really most excited about the Shake Shack that serves up delicious hotdogs, burgers, and shakes. Once you’ve satisfied your hunger, make sure to check out the various statues and walking areas.
Bryant Park’s namesake is an homage to the New York Evening Post editor and abolitionist: William Cullen Bryant. Its beautiful grounds have been featured in popular movies like Ghostbusters and Morning Glory. Besides trying to recreate your favorite scenes, you should also check out the reading room, skating pond, and holiday shops (if you’re there in the winter!).
And if you’re there at the exact right time, you may be able to catch a taping of the final three in Project Runway during Fashion Week.
There’s no avoiding it so you might as well embrace it. Besides, New York City tourist spots are bucket list items for travelers.
Also known as New York’s nickname namesake. Its Art Deco style has been named one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Make sure to take the elevator up to the 86th floor for the most insane views of New York’s metropolis.
Have you really been to New York City if you haven’t spent time in Times Square? The flashing billboards and heavy (pedestrian and vehicular) traffic are all part of the experience. You may also know it as the Crossroads of the World, Center of the Universe, or the Heart of the Great White Way. If you’re in New York City in the winter, head over for the Annual Ball Drop on New Year’s Eve.
The “square” is a bit of a misnomer, as the area Times Square occupies is more like a polygon in a bowtie shape. Attempts to petition the city to change the name to Times Bowtie Polygon have been unsuccessful.
A symbol of hope for immigrants arriving in Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty is almost synonymous with “America.” This 151 foot copper status was a gift to the US from the people of France. Statue Cruises will ferry you over, then you can purchase tickets to climb the staircase, pedestal, and crown.
Where do we begin? NYC has no shortage of food options, even if our go-to is always a delicious cheese pizza that we devour by ourselves in a single sitting.Here are a few suggestions to get you started on your New York City food journey.
Here’s a spot for the tourist who’s over 21. Brooklyn Brewery beer is known and distributed throughout the United States, but you should give it a try at the home base.
Their Executive Chef Jonathan Waxman was recently named the best in New York City at the 2016 James Beard Awards. At Barbuto, quality comes standard.
A luxury restaurant for special occasions that locals swear by for impressing a client. We’re drooling just thinking about the possibilities.
An Asian restaurant with amazing ramen broth that’s worth the wait. Pair it with the restaurant’s bao for a completely satisfying meal.
An amazing brunch menu to brighten any morning. May we recommend the Prego Roll? It’s something to die for.
Need an afternoon treat? The Black Tap has some insane milkshakes that tend to photograph well for Instagram, if you’re into that sort of thing. Not feeling sweet? They also serve a hearty menu of craft beer and burgers.
Tapas place in the West Village that serves authentic Spanish food. They have many sangria varieties that pair nicely with food offerings.
So there you have it. Your Ultimate Guide to Summer in New York City. With a little bit of planning, you can have it all: Yankees games, a performance of Hamilton, Nick Offerman’s live comedy show, a beautiful day in the park, and some brag worthy meals (to start!).
Is there something we missed? What would you add to the Ultimate Guide to Summer in New York City? We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments!
Your four-legged buddy might be your best friend at home, but traveling with a dog doesn’t always make sense. If you like to travel regularly, or even if you’re just planning a special trip, you might feel some guilt about leaving Fido or Fluffy at home.
Travelers that are Manhattan-bound may not have to leave their dogs at home though. From boutique hotels that love to pamper your pet, to restaurants that will happily send your dog away with an overflowing bag of treats, Manhattan is one of the most pooch-friendly cities on the planet.
Loews Regency Hotel
Finding a place to stay is one of the most challenging parts of vacationing for those traveling with a pet. Some hotels in Manhattan will allow small dogs – think cat size – but some won’t allow pets at all. Others charge big fees for cleaning and nightly pet stays.
Barking Dog Luncheonette
Located on the Upper East Side, Barking Dog Luncheonette is one of the most dog-friendly restaurants you’re going to find in Manhattan or anywhere else. While your pet can’t dine with you indoors, you can grab one of the many tables outside and watch the street scene unfold with them.
Barking Dog Luncheonette will even make sure your four-legged pal has some fresh, clean water to drink. That’s especially important on those hot summer afternoons.
Note it’s best to call ahead to see if they’ll hold a table for you outside so you can bring your dog.
You may not be able to take your pet to a Broadway show, but you shouldn’t miss Times Square. It’s one of the most walkable areas in the city, perfect for stretching your legs and getting your barker some exercise.
Many stores, including major clothing and department stores, also turn a blind eye to well-behaved pets. Smaller boutiques may also welcome pets with manners, if you ask nicely.
Known for their great bites and dog-friendly seating, Fred’s restaurant even uses a dog in their logo. You won’t be able to eat inside at Fred’s with your pup, but there’s ample outdoor seating for lunch and dinner at this excellent American bistro at the corner of 83rd and Amsterdam.
Parnell’s Bar and Restaurant
A trip to Manhattan really wouldn’t be complete without visiting an Irish pub, and Parnell’s Bar and Restaurant is the perfect spot.
Sit down with your pooch and try one of the excellent pub dishes that Parnell’s has to offer.
Where are your favorite places to go with your pet?