Blog Posts on this date: "September, 2020"

09/17/2020 Open-Streets Restaurant Service Is Expanding In Lower Manhattan

The Department of Transportation's Open Streets: Restaurants program, which the Downtown Alliance launched in Lower Manhattan back in July in partnership with several area restaurants,…

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09/17/2020 Students, Take Advantage Of These Discounts At Five Lower Manhattan Museums

Back-to-school season is here, even if some students aren’t physically returning to campus. But with learning in the air and a chill in the temps,…

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09/16/2020 Summer’s Still On At The Newly Reopened Luke’s Lobster

If you’re in denial about the onset of autumn, here’s one healthy-ish coping mechanism to consider: drowning your sorrows in fresh, summer-y seafood straight from…

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09/15/2020 Pearl Diner Is Back In Business With Eggs, Pancakes And Reubens

Good news for omelet lovers: Pearl Diner, the 48-year-old Downtown institution at 212 Pearl Street, reopened for outdoor dining, takeout and deliveries over the weekend,…

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09/15/2020 This Is Your Last Chance To Fill Out The 2020 Census!

There’s a lot you can do to help your community right now, like donating to mutual-aid funds and patronizing local businesses. Another way you can…

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09/15/2020 Bird-Watching Tours Are Back At The Battery

You might have seen the silly memes declaring “nature is healing,” as creatures of all types took advantage of the lack of humans in public…

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09/11/2020 Spa Services Are Back At The Four Seasons New York Downtown

New Yorkers in need of rest and relaxation after months of lockdown can now unwind at the Four Seasons New York Downtown, as the hotel…

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09/11/2020 Chef Jean-Georges’ Beloved Restaurant The Fulton Is Finally Reopening

One of Lower Manhattan’s most heralded restaurants is finally ready for its post-lockdown return. The Fulton (89 South Street), chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s seafood-focused culinary marvel…

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09/10/2020 Donate A Pint Of Blood, Get A Free Pint Of Beer

Like everything else right now, the New York Blood Center is going through a tough time, with blood supplies at “dangerously low” levels thanks to…

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09/09/2020 'Tribute in Light' Reminds Us To Rebuild Again

Look up to the sky on Friday night as the 9/11 Memorial & Museum's annual Tribute in Light honors those who lost their lives on…

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