So, we’ve posted about what’s going on before Thanksgiving but what about the actual day of Thanksgiving? We know that some of you out there might not have plans with the family or may be looking for an excuse to cut out early instead of listening to Uncle Harvey’s boring war stories for the two-thousandth time. Maybe your family get-togethers are less like a Norman Rockwell painting and more like a Simpsons episode. That’s okay, we got you covered! Here are eight events happening around the country that will provide the perfect excuse to get out before the wine kicks in and Aunt Harriet gets surly. Read the rest of this entry »
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There’s no shortage of things to see in New York City – historic landmarks, great restaurants, rockin’ night-life and interesting neighborhoods. There’s also no shortage of informative tours that feature local experts who can share interesting anecdotes and historical facts. A good chunk of these tours use Brown Paper Tickets for their ticketing and today I wanted to highlight some of the great tours going on in New York this weekend. If you’re visiting the city, these tours can be a great way to learn the history of a given neighborhood or taste some of the amazing food that New York has to offer or event hunt ghosts in Grand Central Terminal.
If you’re a New Yorker, these tours can be a great way to learn something about your city that you may not have known before. Sometimes it’s fun to be a tourist in your own city and when you live in a city as vibrant and interesting as New York, there can be a lot to learn, even for a long-time resident.
Here’s our recommendations for tours going on in New York this weekend.
Greenwich Village Food Tour – See and taste real New York with local foods and sightseeing all-in-1 walking food tours. Attendees will have a full-lunch from 5 of the best shops and restaurants in this very popular neighborhood. Lunch starts with cupcakes at Magnolia Bakery made famous from Sex and the City, next is a freshly-made bagel with cream cheese, followed by an Indian vegetable roll. Then, have the best thin-crust pizza with fresh mozzarella and tomato sauce from Joe’s Pizzeria and Rocco’s cannoli for dessert. Read the rest of this entry »
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