Blog Posts on this date: "November, 2020"

11/17/2020 Explore History After-Hours At The 9/11 Museum’s ‘Community Evenings’

A New York without crowds, especially during the holiday season, feels pretty alien. But one of the major benefits of NYC museums’ reduced-capacity mandates in…

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11/16/2020 Good Coffee *And* Sandwiches — It Just Might Work: Welcome To Suited

When business partners Andrew Fazio and Wilson Johnson teamed up to create Suited (45 John Street), Lower Manhattan’s newest cafe, it was with the understanding…

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11/16/2020 Kick Off Your Socially-Distant Winter With A Visit To The Greens At Pier 17

That chill in the air is no fluke: Winter is coming. Pier 17 is using the cooling temps as an excuse to kick outdoor dining…

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11/16/2020 Banish Bad Mercury-In-Retrograde Juju With A Magic Mix Juice Cleanse

Jil Larsen opened Magic Mix at 102 Fulton Street in 2013 because she foresaw a boom in the neighborhood. “I thought that all the amazing…

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11/16/2020 Zoom In And Learn How To Make A Holiday Salmon Roast With Seamore's

The Downtown Alliance's "Dine Around Downtown: Cooking At Home" returns with a holiday special on Thursday, December 17, with Seamore's executive chef Rob Eggleston who…

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11/13/2020 Outdoor Seating And Coworking Space Comes To Lower Manhattan

If you’re pining for the days of grabbing your laptop and “working” (i.e. snacking and people watching) from your neighborhood coffee shop, we’ve got the…

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11/13/2020 Washington And Hamilton In New York City: The Walking Tour

New York City is home to more than 240 years of rich American history. Few stories are more powerful and moving than that of the…

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11/11/2020 Dine Out Early: Bars, Restaurants To Close At 10p Starting Friday

Better move up your dinner plans: bars and restaurants in New York State must close by 10p starting Friday, part of new restrictions Governor Cuomo…

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11/10/2020 Be Like George Washington And Grab A Small-Batch Brew To-Go From Fraunces Tavern

Fraunces Tavern is a local treasure for history buffs and fans of good beer alike. Its origins date back to before the American Revolution, and…

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11/10/2020 Saying Goodbye To Century 21, The Store That Embodied The New York Hustle

Six months after the September 11 attacks, Downtown’s discount department store Century 21 finally cleared out all the physical and psychological trauma from the collapse…

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