Blog Posts on this date: "October, 2019"

10/29/2019 Craft Cocktails, Interactive Art, Five-Pound Burritos: Day Of The Dead In Lower Manhattan

Experience Día De Los Muertos in Lower Manhattan with delicious eats and iconic art at three ghostly festivities this weekend.   A Four-Course Dinner at Temple…

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10/28/2019 Maestro Pasta Upgrades Your Italian Lunch To Go

Small businesses are an integral part of the Lower Manhattan community. In anticipation of Small Business Saturday (November 30), every week we’re introducing you to a local…

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10/25/2019 All the Downtown Dogs We’ve Featured So Far

One of the best aspects of life in the city—or life in general—is dog-watching. And the good news if you’re stuck at a computer all…

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10/21/2019 Avengers Go Virtual, Coconut Lounge Cocktails, Canstruction: Things To Do in November

For readers who're counting down to the tastiest holiday of the year, we culled together a variety of things to see and do before Turkey…

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10/21/2019 Striking, Sustainable Jewelry Shines At Greenwich St. Jewelers

Small businesses are an integral part of the Lower Manhattan community. In anticipation of Small Business Saturday (November 30), every week we're introducing you to…

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10/17/2019 Meet The Five Mixologists Shaking Up This Year's Seaport Food Lab

While everyone is rightfully hyped about the two iconic NYC chefs Wylie Dufresne (wd~50) and Mark Ladner (Del Posto) reigning over this year’s Seaport Food…

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10/08/2019 Cellist Karim Wasfi brings 'spontaneous compositions' to the 9/11 Museum

Celebrated cellist Karim Wasfi will perform inside the 9/11 Memorial and Museum's auditorium on Thursday, October 17 from 7 to 8:30 pm. Wasfi is set…

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10/08/2019 Open House NY: 13 Lower Manhattan Tours Not to be Missed

This month, Open House New York is once again throwing open the doors to historic sites, architectural wonders and typically closed-off buildings. As NYC’s oldest…

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10/07/2019 Lower Manhattan's Guide to Halloween: A Haunted 5K, Booze Cruise and More

As children, adults and anyone else who likes fun can attest, Halloween is the most wonderful time of the year. And what better way to…

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10/03/2019 Greenmarkets in Lower Manhattan: Hours, Items + All You Need to Know

by Emma Fecko The start of fall may catalyze the changing color of the leaves, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate all things…

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