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    BYOB Painting

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    Sure, you're no Van Gogh, but with a bit of inspiration from a glass of wine and guidance from a certified painting instructor, you'll be one step closer! Invite your friends to this BYOB painting class and engage in some therapeutic artistic release. You and the rest of the class will be painting a picture chosen as the theme for the night. It doesn't matter if you're clumsy with the brush or if you're a modern-day Picasso. Your talented painting instructor will give you tips to ensure that you'll churn out a piece you'll be proud to display in your home. Brushes up!
    BYOB Painting

    41 Avenue S , New York

    • Learn to paint the chosen picture of the night
    • Sip on your drink as you color your canvas
    • Leave with your beautiful 16' by 20' masterpiece
    • Bring your friends and bond with them over a fun, artistically therapeutic activity
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    Prohibition Bar Era Experience

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    You won't need a password or a secret knock to explore the seamy underbelly of on New York's once forbidden nightlife -- just a sense of adventure. Visit 4 authentic speakeasies, where New Yorkers once took big risks just to get a drink. Luckily for you, these days you can indulge in two complementary drinks without having to worry about a g-men busting up the place. The well preserved atmosphere may keep you on your toes, though. It's been more than 80 years since alcohol was made illegal by the Federal Government, so celebrate your ancestor's refusal to stay sober by lifting a glass and drinking deep.
    Prohibition Bar Era Experience

    15 E 7th St, New York

    • Visit New York's well-preserved bars from the Prohibition Era
    • Enjoy 4 different bars, all of which were illegal in the 1920's
    • Bask in the ambiance of a bygone era while you sip on 2 complimentary drinks
    • Experience the excitement of keeping a speakeasy secret
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    Around Manhattan Architecture Cruise

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    How many cities hold as many architectural marvels as New York City? Now, it's one thing to look up and gasp, but it's a completely different experience from the surrounding rivers. This tour is lead by the American Institute of Architects NYC chapter, who'll tell stories about the city's finest masterpieces, from parks to bridges, and skyscrapers. Surrounding the city, you'll consume information about the new Freedom Towers, Brooklyn Bridge, Highline, and the entire post-industrial waterfront. Enjoy Manhattan's brilliance from the best view of all.
    Around Manhattan Architecture Cruise

    62 Chelsea Piers, New York

    • Circumnavigate the island of Manhattan while taking in breathtaking architecture, monuments, and infrastructure
    • Explore a unique tour from the Hudson, East, and Harlem rivers
    • Experience Manhattan's architectural masterpieces
    • Sip a complimentary beverage and enjoy the water
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    Brewed in Brooklyn Tour

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    TToast your way through the past and present of beer brewing in Brooklyn! Once home to 48 breweries, this ancient trade disappeared from the borough in the 1970s, only to be reborn in recent years with craft breweries leading the way. If you want a taste (quite literally...) of the history behind beer brewing in New York, look no further! On this NYC beer tour, we'll take a behind-the-scenes local look at how beer is made at one of Brooklyn's present-day breweries. Explore the pre-prohibition era as we check out 19th century brewery buildings, visit a landmarked buildings, and share stories of the German immigrants who lived and worked in the neighborhood. Plus, don’t forget all the craft beer and food along the way! We’ll enjoy a number of great Brooklyn brews from all kinds of spots, and stop off at a local pizza joint for lunch. Join us as we raise a glass to the history and masters of beer in Brooklyn!
    Brewed in Brooklyn Tour

    Sugarburg, Brooklyn

    • Discover the history of Brooklyn brewing, with a local guide. Sample from a selection of craft beers,
    • and learn about their production
    • Listen to the local stories of brewing, bottling, and bootlegging
    • Visit remaining 19th century brewery buildings that were once part of the old Brewers Row, one of
    • which is now an amazing craft beer bar where we’ll have a beer.
    • Enjoy a pizza lunch with a beer, of course!
    • Visit one of the new craft breweries that have brought the industry back to Brooklyn.ught the industry back to Brooklyn.
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    Bateaux New York Dinner Cruise

    Head to Chelsea Piers in the evening to board your luxury cruise, an elegant vessel featuring fully enclosed glass walls and ceiling and a revolutionary deck layout that gives every table a great view of the live entertainment. Get cozy in the climate-controlled cabin or head to the two outdoor viewing decks as your expert captain takes you along the Hudson River, New York Harbor and East River. The moment you step aboard, live jazz performed by talented musicians provides the perfect ambiance for sipping drinks and admiring the Manhattan skyline. Get up-close views of the Empire State Building, One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower), Battery Park, Colgate Clock, Governor's Island, South Street Seaport, the Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Heights and the Manhattan Bridge. Have your camera ready as you cruise by Ellis Island and the stately Statue of Liberty! As the magnificent skyline spreads before you in all directions, you'll be served a gourmet dinner at your table. Uniquely designed seating arrangements create an inviting and intimate dining experience. After dinner, your jazz entertainment resumes, this time with Broadway hits in cabaret style. The evening crescendos with upbeat dance music from the Big Band era to Motown to today's favorites. Dancing on the spacious hardwood dance floor is encouraged, and musicians are happy to accept requests! Classic Dinner Menu (subject to change) will include fresh salad (choice of organic mixed greens, organic spinach and kale, or Mediterranean couscous and chickpea), a main course (choice of roast salmon & tilapia, chicken parmesan meatballs, twice cooked beef short ribs, baked ziti, or roast broccoli), and desserts (mini pastries, cookies, brownies, seasonal fruit).

    Bateaux New York Dinner Cruise

    Pier 62, Chelsea Piers, New York

    • Enjoy a luxurious dinner cruise, complete with live jazz and gourmet cuisine
    • Get unrivaled views of the Empire State Building, Battery Park, Statue of Liberty and South Street Seaport
    • Surround yourself with NYC's beautiful skyline and relax atop the ship's deck
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    Expert Shoe Making

    People have been tinkering around in their garages for as long as garages have existed. Take your tinkering to the next level by introducing some cobbling! You could be a pioneer tinker-cobbler. Master artisan Olivier Rabbath will teach you how to make shoes FROM SCRATCH in your very own garage! This is a one-on-one class, so every bit of Professor Rabbath's attention will be on making sure you have what it takes! It is built for the "super speedy" -- the one who has no time to waste and wants to absorb the footwear industry like an electric shock. The fact is, when you create at that speed you are guaranteed in an immediate understanding of the whole process. TIP: By reading the lecture in Olivier's book, "How to Make Boots from Your Garage, Volume 1" before coming to class, you can familiarize yourself with the procedure. You'll craft your pattern, then cut and stitch it. You'll learn how to use a last, build a sole, and cement your shoe! Then you'll just have to put it on your foot and walk out of there, and you probably don't need any instruction on that. About the Instructor: Professor Olivier Rabbath is a designer, painter, artisan, cartoonist, composer, and author. He has been designing footwear since 1988. His work has been featured in The Smithsonian.
    Expert Shoe Making

    180 Hoyt St, New York

    • Learn everything you need to know about boot sandal-making in a full day (12 hour) seminar
    • Practice creating a pattern, cutting it out, shaping your shoe with a last, and applying the pattern to make a real product
    • Produce a beautiful handmade pair of shoes that you can wear out into the real world
    • Spend a day with the visionary fashion designer Olivier Rabbath
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    Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour

    The Ground Zero Museum Workshop in the Meat-Packing District on West 14th street features stunning images, rare video and remnants from the Ground Zero Recovery Period, all packed into an intimate and emotional space. On display are 100 of Gary Marlon Suson's most well-known images, including the charred Genesis 11: Tower of Babylon Bible Page found in the WTC rubble, the Frozen Clock stuck at 10:02am, marking the collapse of the South Tower and several FDNY Honor Guard images. The actual clock itself is also on display in the museum. The only all-access, sanctioned photographer at Ground Zero, Suson's one-of-a-kind, 3-D photo installations place viewers into the "hole" at Ground Zero. Visitors are also allowed the rare opportunity to pick up and hold World Trade Center steel and window glass. The Non-Profit Museum, a must-see before visiting Ground Zero, also benefits numerous 9/11 and Fire Department-related charities and is endorsed by many noted firefighters and 9/11 families. Tours are limited to just 25 people, and include a powerful 15-minute video.

    The Ground Zero Museum is about 5-minutes from Ground Zero via the "E" train. Daily tours last about 90 minutes and include the intimate stories behind 100 images and remnants. This is a "don't-miss" museum that touches the heart of young and old alike. No graphic or morbid images are displayed and the museum is known for its sensitivity to a very tough subject matter.

    Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour

    420 W 14th St, New York

    • Commemorate and celebrate the lives of those lost in 9/11 through the eyewitness stories and personal accounts
    • See the stunning images, rare videos, and remnants from the Ground Zero Recovery Period
    • Pick up and hold World Trade Center steel and window glass in this intimate tour experience
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    Sunset Sail

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    It's sunset, and you're on a 150 ft. 1800's style vessel. In the background resides the Manhattan skyline, the sun hiding behind each skyscraper, the city consumes to a glimmering orange. It's breathtaking. You've never seen anything like this. Aboard the Schooner America 2.0, the Sunset Sail offers this perfect evening and much more. Watch the sunset as you cruise around the island of Manhattan, and take in NYC's skyline and iconic landmarks, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Brooklyn Bridge. With a glass of champagne, toast to the best night you've had this year. Only the sea could provide something so majestic.
    Sunset Sail

    62 Chelsea Piers, New York

    • Take in views of the Manhattan skyline at sunset
    • Board an 1800s style vessel and sail around the island of Manhattan
    • Witness iconic landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the Brooklyn Bridge
    • Enjoy three complimentary drinks and a toast to a beautiful evening
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    207 positive reviews
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    Cloisters: Medieval Art & Architecture Tour

    Looking to shine a light on the dark ages? During this three-hour walking tour, you'll explore the MET's medieval arts and architecture collection at the Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park. Situated on a hill overlooking the Hudson River, the Cloisters was designed and built in the 1930s, and includes parts from five Eastern European abbeys deconstructed, shipped to the United States, and then reconstructed into a museum like no other. Your guide on this journey back in time will be an art historian specializing the medieval works, who will take you on a comprehensive tour of the incredible exhibits and gardens housed within. Among the art pieces you will find both religious and secular works, including paintings, altarpieces, carvings, gold and silver, stained glass, illuminated manuscripts, and sculptures. New York City is about to get medieval on your ... brain.
    Cloisters: Medieval Art & Architecture Tour

    99 Margaret Corbin Dr, New York

    • Explore the MET's medieval exhibits housed at the Cloisters in Fort Tryon Park, one of the jewels of the city
    • Wander surreal grounds featuring historical structures brought over from Eastern Europe
    • Learn about the art works and architecture of the museum from a medieval arts expert
    • Discover one of NYC's landmark arts exhibits during a fun and informative tour
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    Around Manhattan Brunch Cruise

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    Need to a new brunch location? How does the Hudson River sound? Aboard the elegant Yacht Manhattan I, you can explore the Manhattan cityscape while enjoying a delicious buffet brunch of bagels, pastries, turkey sausage, salmon and complimentary drinks. During this relaxing cruise, you will head south down the Hudson River, pass by Ellis Island and sail out to the Statue of Liberty. All the while, you'll be taking in the open views of the iconic Manhattan skyline. So sit back and enjoy brunch like you've never had it before.
    Around Manhattan Brunch Cruise

    62 Chelsea Piers, New York

    • Enjoy a delicious brunch as you sail down the Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty
    • Take in the views of the iconic Manhattan skyline
    • Sail past Ellis Island and possibly the Brooklyn Bridge
    • Sip on complimentary beverages
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    207 positive reviews

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