Places to Cool Down for the Summer Around New York, NY

Places to Cool Down for the Summer Around New York, NY

     New York City. The Big Apple. This global hub speaks for itself, needing no introduction in virtually every possible area, the action never stops in the city that never sleeps. Visitors might seek a break from all that’s going on here in New York, so we’ll dive right in. Here are some of our favorite places to cool off during the summertime here in the city.

Sail the Hudson

For the more adventurous parties Pier 66’s Boathouse offers a number of sailing activities for beginners and the experienced alike, whether you seek kayaking, outboard canoeing, paddleboarding, sailing, outrigger canoe paddling, or even kayak polo. These are great ways to see unique views of the New Jersey coast and Manhattan, beat the heat, and make memories out on the water with the whole family. With the proximity to home and number of skilled guides and instructors, this is a great highlight to add to your travel plans for the summer.

The Edge

One of Instagram’s most famed locations, The Edge. This is a jaw-dropping glass lookout over New York City’s skyline, a backdrop that is truly hard to beat and a cityscape photographer’s dream. Aside from the amazing views over the city, at this height, visitors will find themselves that much closer to the stars, a different, yet unique point to enjoy the stars over New York. This is a memorable and impressive way to mark your time in New York, suitable for both large groups and solo visitors. And considering the formidable height, there’s quite the breeze in certain areas. Come to the Edge at Hudson Yards for a different perspective of New York, high and low.

https://www.edgenyc.com/en

Nyack Beach State Park

     A short trip north and visitors will arrive at Nyack Beach State Park, some sixty-one acres of riverfront available for picnicking, hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking, windsurfing, skiing, and nature photography. This is a great destination for those visitors who want to pursue a number of outdoors activities, weather permitting, all in a beautiful and diverse setting. Aside from the sports and stargazing sites, there is also a number of endemic hawks, raptors, and ancient fossils that are regularly viewed by visitors. We recommend the kayaking rentals for an up close and relaxed tour of New York’s natural beauty, as well as a calming and cool escape on the water from those long summer days. Bring the whole party to Nyack Beach State Park if you’re looking to step away from the bustle of the city for a while.

https://parks.ny.gov/parks/nyackbeach/maps.aspx

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Father’s Day around New York, NY

Father’s Day around New York, NY

New York City. The Big Apple. This global hub speaks for itself, needing no introduction in virtually every possible area, the action never stops in the city that never sleeps. With so much to see in New York, we’ll dive right in, here are some of our favorite ways to do Father’s Day here in the city.

Rangers Home Game

Staying so close to one of the world’s most iconic venues, sports-going dads and families who just want to see and do it all here in New York will love the thrill and spectacle of a National Hockey League game! Visitors who arrive earlier to Penn Station before Father’s Day can grab seats to see the New York Rangers defend their home ice against the fearsome Tampa Bay Lightning, in one of the Big Apple’s most electrifying sports rivalries. Whether for the energetic atmosphere, photo opportunities or just to satisfy the Hockey Fan in Dad, all visitors who get the chance to attend a New York Rangers game will surely enjoy the experience. 

https://www.nhl.com/rangers

SPYSCAPE

Take Dad and the family to enjoy exploring the wild world of spies and espionage, a one-of-a-kind attraction just a short walk from Carnegie Hall! Here, the whole party can learn about the larger-than-life exploits of spies, see uncovered spy technology, and enjoy participating in a spy-themed obstacle course designed by a former MI6 employee! Face off against intriguing code-breaking challenges, lie detectors, laser mazes and try your hand at catching a spy in the act all at SPYSCAPE this summer!

https://spyscape.com/

Rockaway Beach Jet Ski Tours

For the more adventurous Dads, look past the double decker buses, subway or observation decks, and take control directly on a jet ski tour! This is a unique and fun way to both beat the June heat and see so much of the city, on a variety of guided tours that will take the family past some of the biggest landmarks in not only Queens, but Brooklyn and Manhattan too!

https://www.rockawayjetski.com/

Dining around New York City

Of course, no Father’s Day is complete without delicious food, thankfully, with the selection of talented chefs, kitchens, eateries and restaurants here around this gastronomic capital, dads of every palate and taste will find themselves truly spoiled for options. Kochi is an imaginative take on the delicacies of Korean royal court cuisine, whereas Crown Shy boasts an enviable selection, between dorade served with a tomatillo mole, squid ink treccione and the acclaimed Gruyere fritters, all with a great view of the city. Gage and Tollner sport a formidable selection of veal chops, steaks, and the acclaimed oyster on the half shell, while Olmsted serves up specials such as grilled pork collar and radish top gazpacho that is as fresh as it is picturesque.

https://www.timeout.com/newyork/restaurants/100-best-new-york-restaurants

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Mother’s Day Around New York, NY

Mother’s Day Around New York, NY

New York City. The Big Apple. This global hub speaks for itself, needing no introduction in virtually every possible area, the action never stops in the city that never sleeps. With so much to see in New York, we’ll dive right in. Here are some of our favorite ways to do Mother’s Day in the city.

Carnegie Hall concerts and performances

The star and namesake of this neighborhood, those families staying here in New York City during Mother’s Day weekend can’t pass up the chance to experience and enjoy the world-class musicians and artists who perform at this iconic venue. If you’ll be in New York this Mother’s Day weekend, there are plenty of options to consider adding to your itinerary, including performances by Osvaldo Golijov, the New York Philharmonic, Jon Batiste, Fredericka King, and The English Concert. 

https://www.carnegiehall.org/

Picnicking

With the bounty of restaurants serving to-go packages and meals and the proximity to the wide green spaces of Central Park, picnicking is also a great way to make the most of the May sunshine and springtime weather here around New York. Jacqueline Onassis Kennedy reservoir is a scenic location overlooking the water and local populations of birds to enjoy a picnic, while the Great Lawn offers ample space for larger families and parties picnicking on this side of Manhattan. Meanwhile Belvedere Castle and the Ramble are great locations for the family to tour after their picnic, and is a great, laid-back addition to any itinerary.

https://www.centralparknyc.org/locations/great-lawn

The Spa at Equinox Hotel

Treat Mom to an indulgent full-body spa treatment this Mother’s Day at The Spa in the Equinox Hotel, with a vast selection of relaxing and rejuvenating packages for Mom to unwind and enjoy a stress-free experience. These include a vast variety of customized facials overseen by renowned dermatologists, deep massages, hot stone treatment, cryotherapy, infrared saunas, shiatsu, and more.

https://equinox-hotels.com/nyc/wellness/spa/

Dining around New York City

Of course, we haven’t forgotten the main event of Mother’s Day: brunch! Or indeed, tea, dinner, or all three. And with the selection of talented chefs, kitchens, eateries, and restaurants here around this gastronomic capital, moms of every palate and taste will find themselves truly spoiled for options. Kochi is an imaginative take on the delicacies of Korean royal court cuisine, whereas Crown Shy boasts an enviable selection, between Dorade served with a tomatillo mole, Squid Ink Treccione and the acclaimed Gruyere Fritters, all with a great view of the city. Gage and Tollner sport a formidable selection of veal chops, steaks, and the acclaimed oyster on the half shell, while Olmsted serves up specials such as grilled pork collar and radish top gazpacho that is as fresh as it is picturesque.

https://www.timeout.com/newyork/restaurants/100-best-new-york-restaurants

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Flight Delay in New York, NY

Flight Delay in New York, NY 

John F. Kennedy International Airport. One of the big three airports that serve the New York Metro, with over sixty million passengers annually, working with over ninety airlines and with nonstop flights to all six inhabited continents, John F. Kennedy International Airport is the world’s great gateway to the Big Apple. If your travels have brought you here to JFK with a flight delay whether due to inclement weather, maintenance, loading luggage, or other reasons, worry not. With the selection in dining, shopping, entertainment, and services here at John F. Kennedy International Airport, any unexpected layover goes in a breeze. Read on for some of our favorite highlights in dining, shopping, relaxation and entertainment here around JFK.

Dining

With over one hundred (!) eateries, kitchens, restaurants and vendors, travelers of any craving arriving here at John F. Kennedy International Airport will find themselves spoiled with variety. Whether you are looking for speedy, on-the-go service for those travelers on a tighter itinerary, or wanting a full, sit-down meal to stay for a while, John F. Kennedy International Airport has you covered. Travelers on the move can recharge with caffeine and good food before takeoff at locations such as World Bean (Terminal 2, 5), Tuscany Cafe (Terminal 1), Panini Express (Terminal 1), La Brea Bakery (Terminal 4), Cibo Express Gourmet Market (Terminal 2, 5, 8), and Aunt Butchie’s Bakery Cafe (Terminal 5) . For those passengers wanting traditional, sit-in and table service, there are multiple options, including Uptown Brasserie (Terminal 4), Shiso (Terminal 2), Piquillo (Terminal 5), Le Grand Comptoir (Terminal 4, 7), Cascata (Terminal 8), and 5ive Steak (Terminal 5), just to name a few.  

https://www.jfkairport.com/at-airport/shops-restaurants-and-services

Places to read, study, work

For those travelers arriving here at John F. Kennedy International Airport who want to get some work done, study, or read and relax a while during their layover/flight delay, there are a range of environments and workspaces here to choose from. Aside from the complimentary airport wi-fi and charging stations throughout the airport, there are also the Air France, Lufthansa Lounges (Terminal 1), Delta Sky Club (Terminal 2, 4), Air India, El Al King David, Emirates, Etihad, Virgin Clubhouse and Swiss Lounges (Terminal 4), and the British Airways Concorde Lounge (Terminal 7) providing food, drink, wifi, ample seating arrangements, and plenty of space to unwind, read, study, or nap before your flight. If you are not a member of these airlines’ loyalty programs, there is also the Wingtips lounge in Terminal 4 that offers the same amenities with the purchase of a one-time pass.

https://www.jfkairport.com/at-airport/shops-restaurants-and-services

Shopping and Entertainment 

For those wanting to pass their time at shopping a wide variety of travel supplies, reading materials, tech, local souvenirs, and everything in between, look no further than the vendors here at JFK. These include Brooks Brothers (Terminal 4), Sound (Terminal 5), TUMI (Terminal 1), Tech On The Go (Terminal 7), Tag Heuer / MontBlanc (Terminal 8), Heritage Books (Terminal 5), and CNBC News (Terminal 5), among many others. 

https://www.jfkairport.com/at-airport/shops-restaurants-and-services

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Our Favorite Places to Sleep Under the Stars Around New York, NY

New York City. The Big Apple. This global hub speaks for itself, needing no introduction in virtually every possible area, the action never stops in the city that never sleeps. Visitors might seek a break from all that’s going on here in New York, so we’ll dive right in; here are some of our favorite places to sleep under the stars here in the city. 

Gateway National Recreation Area

For those travelers who want to get lost in a green world and habitat spanning a number of diverse islands, trails and campsites, look no further than Gateway National Recreation Area, right here in New York’s backyard. With a number of beaches, educational areas, campsites and access to the Belt Parkway and John F. Kennedy International Airport, this is an easy addition to any itinerary.

Central Park

Indeed, neighboring Central Park also has plenty to boast in the way of picturesque backdrops, including the Jacqueline Onassis Kennedy reservoir and the Great Lawn among some of the spots visitors can tour. These are but a fifteen minute walk from many exciting neighborhoods on this end of Manhattan, and are a great setting for long-exposure photography, impromptu nights under the stars, and nighttime meet-ups. Make the most of New York City’s green heart and bring the party to Central Park!

Rockefeller State Park Reserve

For those visitors that can travel out of the city proper, Rockefeller State Park Reserve is well worth the trip, a setting just as rich in wildlife as in scenery. Here at Rockefeller State Park Reserve, visitors will enjoy rustic crushed stone roads, the Pocantico Riverside, Swan Lake, bridges, colonial walls, thick forest, wetlands, streams, fields, and mansions. Also accompanied by a nearby historic park and a number of curated gardens, this is a great option for travelers of all ages and interests, a one-stop destination for animal watching, long-exposure photography and camping. 

Nyack Beach State Park

A trip north of Manhattan and visitors will arrive at Nyack Beach State Park, some sixty-one acres of riverfront available for picnicking, hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking, windsurfing, skiing, and nature photography. This is a great destination for those visitors who want to pursue a number of outdoors activities, weather permitting, all in a beautiful and diverse setting. Aside from the sports and stargazing sites, there is also a number of endemic hawks, raptors, and ancient fossils that are regularly viewed by visitors.

Ringwood State Park

Another option for those travelers who are looking for a more complete camping experience is the Ringwood State Park, complete with plenty of space in the area for all the outdoors activities including fishing, picnicking, sledding, canoeing, hiking, watersports, and camping. For those travelers who want to enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities over a number of days and are not needing to return to the city on a tight itinerary, Ringwood State Park is a great option.

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Best Places to Take Pictures around New York, NY

New York City. The Big Apple. This global hub speaks for itself, needing no introduction in virtually every possible area, the action never stops in the city that never sleeps. With so much to see in New York, we’ll dive right in. Here are some of our favorite places to take pictures here in the city. 

Rockefeller Center

One of New York City’s many famous and storied locations, Rockefeller Center is a great way to mark your stay around Carnegie Hall and of your time here in the Big Apple! Especially around wintertime, when the ice rink is to stay, along with the massive annual Christmas tree! The proximity to other New York City landmarks also makes this a great visit for cityscape photographers and those wanting to really immerse their project in the urban setting of New York.

Times Square

Of course, of all of the major tourist destinations here around New York, if you and your party will be here around Times Square, you can’t pass up the chance to make the many billboards and screens of this iconic location your backdrop. Nicknamed “the center of the universe” for it’s intense energy and dynamic nature, this is a great setting for the casual photo of every group of every size.

The Met

While the name really says enough, it is the rich collection of over five thousand years of human expression, the grand exterior and roomy, intricate insides of this building that elevate it to a premier attraction of this neighborhood. Whether as an easy addition to any travel itineraries due to its proximity and prestige, we highly recommend all visitors who can, to make room to visit this storied institution.

Liberty State Park and Liberty Island

One of the tri-state area’s most iconic faces around the world is that of Lady Liberty herself, visitors need not go far to see her. Whether from the shoreline with Lady Liberty in the background, or upclose in the view from her crown, both are within close reach. The numerous ferries to Liberty Island provide for closer visits to Liberty Island and views of New York City from the water, while Liberty State Park itself also provides for views of the New York Skyline and Lady Liberty herself. We recommend a visit closer to sundown hours to see New York and the statue by daytime, and the city skyline by night in all of its lights.

Central Park

Indeed, Central Park also has plenty to boast in the way of picturesque backdrops, including the Jacqueline Onassis Kennedy reservoir and the Great Lawn among some of the spots visitors can tour while here in New York. This is a great setting for casual photoshoots for groups, couples and solo shoots alike. Make the most of New York City’s green heart and bring the party to Central Park!

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Our Favorite Things to Do on New Year’s Eve around New York, NY

New York City. The Big Apple. This global hub speaks for itself, needing no introduction in virtually every possible area, the action never stops in the city that never sleeps. With so much to see in New York, we’ll dive right in- here are some of our favorite things to do on New Year’s Eve in the city. 

Times Square Ball Drop

The popular image of the New Year for so many over the country, and one of the biggest New Year’s Eve’s events in the world, the Times Square Ball Drop needs no mention when it comes to New Year’s Eve events in the area. The Times Square Ball Drop truly is a one-of-a-kind experience for all who can attend it, over the years becoming the visual manifestation of the step into a new calendar year. This kicks off one of the city’s largest parties of the year, and has only grown more and more notable with each iteration. Aside from the truly captivating and intense atmosphere, visitors can also enjoy seeing the many famous faces of entertainment, music, sports and broadcasting as they take the stage during this event. In recent years, this has included appearances from Tyga, Dua Lipa, Charlie Puth, Shawn Mendes, Halsey and more! Be sure not to miss this event if you’ll be around Times Square for the New Year.

Concerts and Performances at Carnegie Hall

With countless performances by superstars such as Lang Lang, Jonas Kaufmann, Marija Jelic, and major events such as the Carnegie Hall’s Opening Night Gala, there is no shortage of world-class music to dress up and head out for. The performances at Carnegie Hall can be limited in availability or subject to change, so be sure to stay up to date with any information from the hall. For the 30th and the first days of the New Year, there are plenty of options to pick from. We recommend those performances specifically presented by Carnegie Hall. Enjoy some of the best in the performing arts and music during Carnegie Hall’s winter season.

New York Rangers Games

Home of the Madison Square Garden, visitors won’t have to travel far to attend the electric and intense atmosphere of an NHL game! Home of the New York Rangers, visitors can don the jersey of their choice and brave the rock to root on the collisions, goals and action of an NHL game through three periods. This New Year’s Eve, watch two titans clash- the Hometown New York Rangers face off against the fearsome Tampa Bay Lightning. The vigor and energy of a Rangers home game truly is an experience visitors should seize. 

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Where to see Christmas Lights in New York City, NY

New York City. A beautiful city that is known as the “Big Apple” is a vibrant and one of the world’s most famous cities. Known for its deep roots in musical culture, Broadway Performances, the city’s multiple professional sports teams, being home to major business tycoons and its wide array of things to do, New York City is a city that exudes excitement! During the Christmas season, enjoying the different displays of Christmas lights is something that everyone enjoys! With this being said, New York City boasts multiple options to feast your eyes on one of the season’s most popular things to do, enjoying the pretty light displays of Christmas! Let’s explore what New York City has to offer!

Dyker Heights Christmas Lights

If you are looking to see some of the most gorgeous displays of lights that the residents of New York City are displaying, checking out the Dyker Heights Christmas Lights is a must! As soon as Thanksgiving is over, starting on Black Friday, the entire neighborhood of Dyker Heights is struck by the Christmas spirit, transforming itself into a winter wonderland! The residents of this beautiful neighborhood transform their homes with breathtaking displays of Christmas lights, with massive inflatables, lights that can’t go unnoticed, even in New York, and speakers that are playing Christmas music throughout the neighborhood. Drive or walk through Dyker Heights and find out just how the Christmas spirit has taken over this lovely neighborhood!

Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights Show

During the Christmas season, when you think of going to see Christmas lights, the zoo seems to come into everyone’s mind. The Bronx Zoo is no exception and if you want to enjoy spectacular Christmas lights this season, you owe it to yourself to check out what the Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights Show is displaying this Christmas season. The Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights Show is sure to amaze visitors with their spectacular lights. Visit the Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights Show and feast your eyes upon a gorgeous winter wonderland. With thousands of LED Christmas lights with two hundred and sixty animal lanterns that represent five geographically themed locations, and the Forest of Color, with breathtaking animal lantern displays that are all new for this year! While strolling through this beautiful zoo, guests can enjoy the sounds of their favorite Christmas tunes, ice carvings, characters dressed in costumes that will make you forget that you are in New York City and not the North Pole, a holiday train, treats like hot chocolate and s’mores, and much, much more! Treat your family this holiday season and visit the Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights Show!

New York Botanical Garden Glow

Are you ready to be taken away into a winter wonderland that will immerse you in theChristmas spirit? Take part in the holiday cheer at the New York Botanical GardenGlow! This outdoor Christmas light experience transforms the New York BotanicalGardens into a marvelous Christmas light show! This Christmas light show spans for over one and a half miles of gorgeous lights that include plant stories and some of the most thought out and elegant lighting displays in the whole city! When visiting the New York Botanical Garden Glow, be sure to take part in the dance performances, ice carving demonstrations, and other seasonal activities!

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Our Favorite Ways to Spend the Holidays around New York, NY

New York City. The Big Apple. This global hub speaks for itself, needing no introduction in virtually every possible area, the action never stops in the city that never sleeps. With so much to see in New York, we’ll dive right in, here are some of our favorite ways to spend the holidays in the city.

Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade

As one of the world’s largest parades, this parade proves the events around New York City do things big. This is the nation’s most televised and recognized sights of the Thanksgiving holidays, a massive parade of Broadway performers, marching bands, famous singers, the many faces and workers of New York City, and of course, gigantic balloons. Some of these A-list faces that have appeared for the crowds at Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade include Al Roker, Diana Ross, Rita Ora, John Legend, Bazzi, and Bad Bunny. The joyful atmosphere at this event cannot be overstated, and for all visitors in the Big Apple for the holidays, we highly recommend taking to the streets and joining the festivities during this truly special spectacle.

Times Square Ball Drop

This being one of New York City’s most electric and active hubs, it is no surprise that one of the nation’s, if not the world’s, most iconic sights of the holiday season is right here in Times Square. The Times Square Ball Drop truly is a one-of-a-kind experience for all who can attend it, over the years becoming the visual manifestation of the step into a new calendar year. This kicks off one of the city’s largest parties of the year and has only grown more and more notable with each iteration. Aside from the truly captivating and intense atmosphere, visitors can also enjoy seeing the many famous faces of entertainment, music, sports, and broadcasting as they take the stage during this event. In recent years, this has included appearances from Tyga, Dua Lipa, Charlie Puth, Shawn Mendes, Halsey, and more! Be sure not to miss this event if you’ll be around Times Square for the New Year.

Christmas in the Garden at Queens Botanical

Enjoy a more relaxed holiday season event at Queens Botanical, where the Christmas in the Garden event occurs every year. Here, visitors can tour the grounds of Queens Botanical, while enjoying live musical performances, appearances by Santa Claus himself, attend a massive tree lighting and participate in arts and crafts tutorials! This is a great opportunity, where guests can learn about the different celebrated plant icons of the holidays and make their very own wreaths and ornaments while taking a calming stroll through one of Queens’ most beautiful attractions. Whether as a winding-down activity to cap off a long day of exciting adventure, a date night activity, or just something reflective for the solo traveler, the Christmas in the Garden is a great option for all. Be sure to stop by Queens Botanical this holiday season for this event.

Santaland at Macy’s Herald Square

A great option for families, take a stroll in a winter wonderland populated with elves, Santa Claus, and all the beloved faces of the holidays at Santaland in Macy’s Herald Square! This is a great photo opportunity as well as an experience for all of those visiting the Penn Station area and looking for an activity accessible to younger travelers.

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Our Favorite Festivals, Events, and Activities around New York, NY

New York City. The Big Apple. This global hub speaks for itself, needing no introduction in virtually every possible area, the action never stops in the city that never sleeps. With so much to see in New York, we’ll dive right in. Here are some of our favorite autumn festivals and events in the city. 

Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade

Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade is a must for anyone in New York during the autumn, a longtime American tradition featuring floats, bands, performances, and giant balloons of every character parading down the city. With the scale of the parade, this event usually lasts well into the day and is a great way to spend part of the day in unity with the city while getting to see the many talents that take to the streets for this holiday. 

https://www.macys.com/social/parade/

Village Halloween Parade

Each Halloween, New Yorkers take to the streets in costume during the Village Halloween Parade, a fun event connecting the city and the most serious in costume design with normal partygoers over the love for Halloween. The afterparties and adjacent events that pop up with the Village Halloween Parade mean the party only really stops when you decide, another pro of New York City’s nightlife. 

Flatbush Frolic

Flatbush Frolic is a great way for visitors and New Yorkers of all numbers, ages, and interests to enjoy a good old-fashioned street fair right here in the Big Apple! Live music, rides and games, and the (in)famous pizza-eating contest make this a great day’s worth of activity for all. Couples will enjoy making memories, families will delight in the variety of activities and groups won’t run out of things to do here at Flatbush Frolic. 

https://www.mycortelyou.com/event-details/flatbush-frolic

Feast of San Gennaro

New York City’s famously proud and influential Italian-American community goes all out during the annual feast of San Gennaro, a massive celebration with the whole city embracing the beauties and commonalities of Italian culture. Here, the activities are endless. Watch the brave battle for the crown in the cannoli-eating contest, attend the parade complete with marching bands, floats, and the statue of San Gennaro, browse the myriad talented restaurants of Little Italy, or just sit back and enjoy the festive atmosphere. 

Did we mention the other professional eating events? Pros will also battle with meatballs and zeppole in two separate eating competitions for these beloved Italian dishes too. This event draws friends, family, and neighbors from not just Little Italy and all the boroughs but from proud and dedicated Italian Americans from over the Tri-State area. Connect and enjoy everything Italian-American in Little Italy and enjoy an outing in green, white and red between delicious dishes, inhuman feats of competitive eating, live music, colorful costumes, and smiles between the community that makes Little Italy the integral part of New York City’s character it has played in the past and in the present. 

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