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You Can Get $10 Chocolate Espresso Martinis Through July In NYC

We all know New Yorkers practically run on coffee and cocktails , and now we’re combining both of those into the most delectable deal in NYC this summer!. We’ve teamed up with Hole in the Wall , the beloved New York/Aussie restaurant, cocktail bar and coffee shop to put our own Secret NYC twist on the ever-popular espresso martini.
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5 Gorgeous Lavender Fields Near New York City To Frolic Through

It’s no secret that the scent of lavender can have major calming and relieving effects on the body and mind…so imagine the benefits surrounding yourself in an entire field of it can bring you! While New York City is known for its gorgeous cherry blossom bloom each spring, come summertime there are also tons of gorgeous lavender fields in (yes, NYC is actually home to one of its own!) and around the city to frolic through. Here are 5 gorgeous lavender fields near NYC that are a must-visit.

There Is Now A Massive JLo Mural In The Bronx

Jennifer Lopez’s new documentary Halftime , just came out on Netflix. And NYC is celebrating by painting the town — literally!. There are now three vibrant murals up around the city, each highlighting different moments in the beloved musician and actress’s career. The works also “showcase the multi-faceted sides of her, her intimate journey as an artist, including the Super Bowl Halftime performance and her call to social responsibility, accountability and representation,” a press statement shares.

Mountain Creek’s Massive Outdoor Waterpark Reopens This Weekend Near NYC

Calling all thrill seekers! It’s officially summer and what better way to cool off on a hot day than racing down epic water slides? Lucky for you, we know just the spot!. Mountain Creek Resort is a multi-use property complete with a bike park, ski lodge, zip lines, snow tubing, and our summer favorite: a massive outdoor waterpark. Though it’s located in Vernon, New Jersey, it’s less than two hours away from the city!

20 Best LGBTQ+ Bars In NYC For A Fun Night Out

New York City has been a hub of LGBTQ+ pride for years and years, so it’s no secret that it boasts some of the best gay bars and clubs in the entire country. Spanning from Hell’s Kitchen to Brooklyn, there is plenty of different options (and vibes) to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a true club atmosphere or somewhere more low-key to meet new singles, the selection in the City is like none-other. Let’s take a look at some our favorite LGBTQ+ bars in New York City if you’re planning a night out.

11 Of The Best Whiskey Bars In NYC You Need To Try

Whiskey is an international phenomenon, and it’s no shock that New York City boasts some of the most impressive whiskey bars in the entire world. Whether it’s imported from Japan or distilled right here in the Big Apple, you can find some of the best bars serving the best drinks, right here in NYC. So here they are. For Old Fashions , Irish whiskey cocktails , and so much more, head to these 11 whiskey bars in NYC.

Sweat It Out This Summer With These Free Outdoor Fitness Classes In NYC

New York City certainly has no shortage of gorgeous places to go and views to see…so why not take advantage of this when working out and make your workout a bit more bearable! Working outdoors provides you with a ton of benefits , including reduced stress, better sleep, improved mental health, and a greater sense of happiness, and the summertime makes us want to be outdoors as much as possible. Here are some free outdoor fitness classes in NYC that will help you work up a sweat while showering you with a healthy dose of vitamin D.

NY/NJ Region Chosen To Host The 2026 FIFA World Cup

On Thursday, June 16, celebrations erupted as the New York/New Jersey region was chosen to host games for the 2026 World Cup, according to a press release . Soccer fans, players, and supporters joined NYC Mayor Eric Adams and NJ Governor Phil Murphy at a watch party in Liberty State Park to celebrate the momentous occasion. Iconic landmarks and stadiums across the region lit up with messages of celebration, including the Empire State Building which glowed through the night in red, white, and blue.