Blog Posts on this date: "September, 2020"

09/09/2020 Indoor Dining Is Returning To New York City: What You Need To Know

The day restaurants citywide have been waiting for is finally here: Governor Cuomo announced Wednesday that indoor dining can resume in New York City on…

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09/09/2020 Stretch Out Al Fresco Drinking Season With Cobble & Co.’s Outdoor Happy Hour

Do not let the passing of Labor Day fool you: September is actually the perfect outdoor-drinking and -dining season in New York. The heat is…

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09/09/2020 LMHQ's Women’s Breakfast: Steps To Civic Advocacy And Beyond

COVID may make us feel increasingly helpless, but there’s still plenty we can do to make sure our voices are heard. November’s federal elections are critical…

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09/08/2020 9/11 Tribute Museum Reopens Just In Time For Anniversary With ‘Person To Person History’

Early September marks the end of summer, and also the time of year New Yorkers look back on one of the city’s darkest days. The…

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09/08/2020 Fraunces Tavern Museum Reopens With A Celebration Of America’s Taverns, Too

History heads, hoist a pint in celebration: The historic Fraunces Tavern Museum is reopening on September 16.  As museums across Lower Manhattan slowly reopen, this…

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09/04/2020 Zoom In To Learn How To Make Rohan Duck Breast Over Coals With Fig And Fennel

The Downtown Alliance is highlighting some of our favorite local spots in the web series, "Dine Around Downtown: Cooking At Home” edition. Hosted by award-winning…

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09/04/2020 An Art Show With Heart: How The Oculus’s Latest Installation Is Feeding NYC

When the MvVo AD ART SHOW launched in 2018, its main goals were to amplify creative voices working in advertising and marketing industries, and showcase…

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09/04/2020 Barbecue, Pizza, Margaritas: Takeout Options To Satisfy Lower Manhattan Taste Buds

New Yorkers are cooking at home more than ever, mostly because more New Yorkers are at home more than ever. And though cooking is fun…

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09/04/2020 Free Masks Available For Lower Manhattan Businesses

Need masks for your employees or patrons? We can help!  The Downtown Alliance has teamed up with Fosun Plaza (28 Liberty Street) and the city…

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09/03/2020 City Of Water Day Returns With Climate Change-Focused Art Show

Next month marks eight years since Superstorm Sandy, and New Yorkers are still working on preparing for the next storm. The annual City of Water…

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