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24AprFriends Trivia

Today at 08:00 PM - 09:30 pm

The 13th Step

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24AprCerrone with Kraak & Smaak (DJ Set)

Today at 08:00 PM - Apr 25, 01:00 AM

(le) poisson rouge

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24AprNew York Festival of Song: García Lorca - Muse & Magician

Today at 08:00 PM - 10:00 pm

Merkin Hall at Kaufman Music Center

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230 Fifth: Best Heated Rooftop Bar/Club/Restaurant In NYC
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230 Fifth is the coolest rooftop bar in NYC! They even have heated igloos during the winter months!

Le Privé
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My boyfriend took me on a date here and it was so romantic! We had a fantastic night with great food and delicious cocktails!

Maggie Jones
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Shorty's NYC
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Shorty's is the best place in NYC to find Philly-style food! Being a Philly native, I don't trust any cheesesteaks from out of state but Shorty's has it figured out!

Pros: Great happy hour specials & very friendly service

The Boogie Room
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The Boogie Room is a hipsters dream club with a really cool, retro vibe & great drinks/music!

Pros: Decor, music, atmosphere altogether

Cons: Drinks are pricey as expected

24AprSpring Break Teacher PD: The Biochemistry of an Egg Sandwich

Today at 10:00 AM - 04:00 pm

The Rockefeller University

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On Now Lounge
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One of the best happy hours around. Go for the BOGO drinks, stay for the beer pong and karaoke.

Haven Rooftop
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Absolutely nothing to complain about. The staff was friendly, the service was quick, the food and drinks were both superb.

212Area has new update 6 hours ago Zack Wheeler does it all for the Mets as they beat the Phillies for the second straight night
Wheeler drove in three runs and struck out 11 over 7 innings in the win. The New York Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies for the second time in as many games behind Zack Wheeler’s career night. While the Brooklyn Nets were busy getting eliminated from the NBA playoffs by the Philadelphia 76ers, the Mets jumped back into first place in the division by defeating Philadelphia’s baseball team. It was the also the team’s first shutout victory since Opening Day against the Washington Nationals. In his 100th career start, Wheeler was in complete control on the mound with a fastball that routinely reached 100 miles per hour and a filthy slider that hit 94. After a one-out J.T. Realmuto single in the first inning, Wheeler recovered to strike out Bryce Harper and Rhys Hoskins to end the threat. Realmuto’s single was one of only five hits that Wheeler would allow on the evening. After failing to score in the first, the Mets got on the board in the second. Zach Eflin, who had control issues all night, walked lead-off hitter Wilson Ramos, and Luis Guillorme singled to left with two outs to bring the pitcher up to the plate. Wheeler wasted no time in helping his own cause, as he jumped on a first-pitch slider that hung over the heart of the plate and roped a double to right field. The hit drove in both Ramos and Guillorme and proved to be all the offense the Mets would need. The Mets added a third run when Brandon Nimmo tapped a routine ground ball to second baseman Cesar Hernandez that found its way through his legs for an error, which brought Wheeler home. Meanwhile, Wheeler was at his best on the mound. He struck out seven straight batters, including striking out the side on 15 pitches in the third inning. His streak ended in the fourth with a Maikel Franco two-out double. Hernandez followed with a single to left, but Franco was easily gunned down at the plate by left fielder Jeff McNeil for the team’s first outfield assist of 2019. This represented the only real threat of the game, as the Phillies would not come close to scoring again. Wheeler ended the evening with a season-high 11 strikeouts—including nine of the first 13 batters he faced—while generating 15 swinging strikes in a brilliant effort. He threw 74 of his 105 pitches for strikes and did not walk a single batter. He continued his dominance against the Phillies at Citi Field, as he has not allowed more than three earned runs to the Phillies in any of his previous seven home starts against them. Dating back to last year, Wheeler has now allowed six hits or fewer in 16 straight appearances. He has also recorded three straight quality starts after beginning the year with two rough outings against the Nationals. Wheeler also was not done at the plate, as he hit his first major league home run in the fourth inning. In the process, he became the first pitcher in franchise history to pick up two extra base hits and record ten-plus strikeouts in the same game. He also became the fifth pitcher to hit a home run while striking out ten or more in a game, joining Tom Seaver, Sid Fernandez, Shawn Estes, and Jacob deGrom. Wheeler also became the first pitcher in 2019 to throw a pitch at 100-plus miles-per-hour and hit a ball at 100-plus miles-per-hour. The Mets added some offense late in the game to give Wheeler some breathing room. In the fifth, Todd Frazier connected on the Mets’ first grand slam of 2019 to double the team’s lead. The club loaded the bases again in the sixth and added their ninth run of the game on a Ramos single to drive home Juan Lagares. In addition to Wheeler’s multi-hit night, Michael Conforto and Robinson Cano each added two hits and scored one run apiece, with seven different Mets tallying a hit in the victory. With Wheeler out of the game, Mickey Callaway turned to Luis Avilan, who struck out two batters in a perfect eight inning of work. With the final outcome all but decided, there was some unnecessary drama in the ninth inning. Jacob Rhame was called upon to close out the game and got Aaron Altherr to ground into a double play to erase an Andrew Knapp lead-off walk. With Hoskins at the plate, Rhame fired a fastball over Hoskins’s head, which led to the Phillies’ first baseman intensely staring down Rhame and both teams emptying out in front of their respective dugouts. The umpires warned both sides, and Rhame ended up walking Hoskins on a 3-2 fastball that also sailed well over his head. The right-hander recovered to retire Franco to close out the game. While it was almost a perfect night of baseball for the Mets, Brandon Nimmo was forced to exit the game after the end of the third. The Mets are calling the injury a “left oblique twinge” and they specified that they removed him as a precaution. Still, it’s something that will be worth watching as the team returns to action tomorrow. It’s the second time this week that Nimmo was forced to exit a game with an injury. The Mets will look to complete a sweep of the Phillies as the two teams face off tomorrow night at 7:10 p.m. at Citi Field. Jason Vargas will take the mound for the Mets against hard-throwing Vince Velasquez. SB Nation GameThreads Amazin’ AvenueThe Good Phight Box scores Win Probability Added What’s WPA? Big winners: Zack Wheeler (batter), 26.9% WPA, Zack Wheeler (pitcher), 20.2% WPA Big losers: NoneTotal pitcher WPA: 20.3% WPATotal batter WPA: 29.7% WPATeh aw3s0mest play: Zack Wheeler two-run double in the second inning, 21.5% WPATeh sux0rest play: Jeff McNeil flew out to end the second inning, -3.5% WPA
212Area has new update 6 hours ago New York Jets Flight Connections 4/24/19
Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets Good morning, Jet fans! I hope everyone’s having a great start to their morning. The Jets started their first day of the veteran minicamp yesterday. Notable players absent were Le’Veon Bell and Darron Lee. I’m not honestly shocked about either being ‘no-shows’. Bell is on an elite level and most of those guys never show up regardless. Darron Lee has been in numerous trade talks so it’s not unreal to assume that the news of that has caused him to be less than enthusiastic about showing up for these voluntary practices. There’s plenty of links to help you keep tabs on the practice and upcoming draft. So with that, here are your links for the team this Wednesday. Matt Stypulkoski - 5 observations from Jets’ 1st day of voluntary minicamp | Sam Darnold’s rust, notable no-shows, injury updates, more Darryl Slater - WATCH: Highlights from Day 1 of Jets’ voluntary minicamp, including Sam Darnold, Adam Gase (but no Le’Veon Bell) Randy Lange - Gase on Day 1 of Jets' Veteran Minicamp: It's All About the Energy Brian Costello - Gregg Williams off to fiery start at Jets minicamp Brian Costello - Le'Veon Bell a no-show at Jets' minicamp after big contract Danny Abriano - Adam Gase discusses Le'Veon Bell's absence from Jets' voluntary minicamp Darryl Slater - Le’Veon Bell, Darron Lee absent as Jets begin voluntary minicamp | Here’s what Adam Gase thinks about it Matt Stypulkoski - WATCH: Jets’ Sam Darnold dishes on relationship with Adam Gase SNY - Jets' Sam Darnold talks goals for 2019, impressions of Adam Gase Ethan Greenberg - Sam Darnold: New Offense Gives Jets Chance to ‘Flourish’ Brian Costello - Adam Gase: Jets playing catch-up to Patriots Darryl Slater - Jets’ Adam Gase on pursuit of Patriots: ‘We’re behind. We’re playing catch-up’ | Can he lead them to long-awaited AFC East title? Eric Allen - As NFL Draft Approaches, Jets GM Mike Maccagnan Is Working the Phones Brian Costello - NFL draft 20019: Jets' Mike Maccagnan has last chance to help his job security Brian Costello - 2019 NFL draft: Jets GM won't reveal plan for No. 3 pick SNY - NFL Draft expert: Prospects Jets should target in first round SNY - NFL Draft expert: Risky prospects Jets should avoid Tyler Calvaruso - Garrett Bradbury among centers Jets should consider in NFL draft Sam Nuemann - 2019 NFL Draft: 4 wide receivers for the Jets to target Steven Blush - Five Warning Signs That Can Derail this New York Jets draft. Ralph Vacchiano - Here's what Jets should do in first round of NFL Draft Tyler Greenawalt - 2019 NFL draft: Jets shouldn’t trade down until they see first 2 picks Jacob Camenker - Report: Redskins, Jets have had 'early talks' on trade for No. 3 pick Dan Lyons - Report: Giants Could Trade With Jets For Kyler Murray, If Cardinals Pass WKRN Web Staff - New York Jets at No. 3: Big Quinnen in the Big Apple? Steve Serby - 2019 NFL draft: Quinnen Williams the best pick for Jets North Jersey Record - NFL Draft 2019: Mock drafts, plus your guide to NY Giants, NY Jets - NFL100 - #JetsHuddleFor100: Walk With Us to Cure Lupus Here are your missed connections from yesterday. Here’s the thread about nothing, make sure to check it out! I hope everyone has a safe and wonderful rest of the day!
212Area has new update 6 hours ago Yankees survive a near-implosion in 7-5 win over Angels
Luke Voit and Mike Ford brought home the runs. Chad Green almost let them all back, but the lead was held The RailRider-themed Yankees keep finding ways to win ballgames. They also keep finding ways to bring unnecessary amounts of tension into games. Chad Green had an adventure on the mound, and nearly blew the game single-handedly, but the Yankees managed to reel things in just in time to preserve a 7-5 victory. Green entered the game in the seventh inning and managed to pick up a groundball out to strand a runner and close the book on a stellar performance from starter Domingo German. The Yankees’ bullpen had been somewhat depleted already in this series, so Green was left out for the eighth inning to hold a 7-1 lead. Things, however, fell apart quickly. Two straight singles and a walk loaded the bases for Justin Bour, who found a lofted changeup in the middle of the plate to drive. The ball went out to center field, and suddenly the Angels were right back in the game. Luis Cessa came on to bridge the gap to the ninth inning, and the defense immediately put him in a jam. A misplay from Brett Gardner allowed Andrelton Simmons to reach with a double, and Albert Pujols walked on four pitches to bring the go-ahead run to the plate. Cessa locked in from there, striking out Brian Goodwin and inducing a double-play ball out of Kevan Smith. Zack Britton came in to close the game out, and retired the Angels in order on grounders. Before Green brought the Angels back, everything was going the Yankees way. German was phenomenal, throwing 6.2 innings of one-run ball and striking out five. His lone mistake came from his glove rather than his arm, allowing Tommy La Stella to reach base on a fumbled grounder that led to his run coming in. The Yankees were in desperate need of starting pitching when they called up German and he has filled in perfectly, pitching to a sub-two ERA in five games so far. The bats also gave German a comfortable lead throughout the game, starting off with a Luke Voit solo shot in the first inning. Voit would hit a second solo home run in the eighth, and carries a 34-game on-base streak going back to last season. Mike Ford made his presence felt in the fifth, blasting his first career home run to right-center. Ford has had a successful run in Anaheim so far, drawing two intentional walks on Monday before going deep. Gleyber Torres also snapped out of his funk a little, going 2-5 and driving in a run in the seventh. The Yankees have hit a new high-water mark for the season at three games over .500. They’ve also secured at least a series split with the Angels, and can go for the series victory tomorrow. CC Sabathia will get the ball staring down a historic milestone with 3,000 career strikeouts within reach, so there will be plenty to look forward to. Box Score.
212Area has new update 7 hours ago Giants news, 4/24: Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock, Daniel Jones, Josh Rosen — who’s it going to be?
Or, will it be none of the above? Good morning, New York Giants fans! Why the Giants should draft Dwayne Haskins as Eli Manning's successor | ESPN Haskins father wants him to be a Giant. “I know if Dwayne is chosen to play for the Giants,” Dwayne Sr. said last week, “he’d be an ambassador. ... With his persona and professionalism, I do see him one day playing for the Giants. He reminds me so much of Phil Simms with his leadership, determination, poise, and with his great decisions.” Devin White, Drew Lock are Giants' most likely picks in first round | ESPN Jordan Ranaan lists his view of the team’s most likely picks at Nos. 6 and 17. 2019 NFL draft: Dwayne Haskins' Giants interest not exactly mutual | New York Post The Giants have not seemed as interested in the Ohio State quarterback as he is in them. Josh Rosen could be major player in Giants' draft-night drama The Rosen-Giants story has been on the backburner lately. Should it be? “The people that are saying that Josh Rosen is not worth 17, they’re all fools,’’ Dan Shonka, general manager and national scout for Ourlads’ scouting service, told The Post. “Josh Rosen would be the best quarterback in this draft. Then it would be Dwayne Haskins. Haskins is the best quarterback in this draft, and he’s going to be a really good quarterback. Josh Rosen is ahead of him right now.’’ Jonathan Stewart signs one-day contract to retire as a Panther – ProFootballTalk Giants fans, remember these first-round QBs flamed out Giants' draft QB targets: Jones like Archie, Lock like Rodgers Yours truly did an SB Nation Radio spot with Brian Barrett on Tuesday to discuss the Giants and the NFL draft. The topic of Odell Beckham Jr. came up, too. BBV Mailbag Have questions about the Giants? E-mail them to, and the best ones will be answered in an upcoming mailbag. Thanks! BBV Podcast You can find and subscribe to Big Blue View radio from the show’s home page. You can find all the shows on our Big Blue View Radio Hub Page. You can also find the shows and subscribe on all your favorite podcast apps: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | Spotify | Stitcher | RSS
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Their crust is fantastic! Altogether it is a very good pizza with friendly staff.

Dan and John's Wings
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They have fantastic wings! I love pairing their wings with their onion rings.

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Empire State Building
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Definitely one of the coolest and historic buildings in New York. Tourist attraction

Holly Hargett
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The Roof NYC
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The Roof has a outdoor terrace that allows you to take in the energy of the city and its soaring views. You'll find classic and modern cocktails all with fresh ingrediants and tapas plates. Beautiful location!

Central Park
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Central Park is a NYC landmark! It's open daily 6 a.m. until 1 a.m. and hosts tours, events and plenty to see and do. It's a must-see for visitors. The park is in lower Manhattan and stretches over 3.5 square miles in the heat of the city. It's one of the most filmed locations in the world.

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B2 Harlem
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Wednesday Specials in New York City

Bricco Ristorante Italiano

304 W 56th St , New York NY, 10019
Happy Hour
All House Brands $5.50
Selected Wines By The Glass $5.50
All Beers $5.00

Clinton Hall

90 Washington St , New York NY, 10006
11:300 am-6 pm
$5 Selected drafts + classic fries
$6 Well drinks + fried pickle chips
$7 WINGS (BBQ or buffalo)
$8 Giant soft pretzel
$9 Beef sliders

Rai Rai Ken

218 E 10th St , New York NY, 10003
Happy Hour Specials Mon-Thursday 5pm-6pm/10pm-close
6 Asahi
4 Sapporo
5 Soba Beer
3 Shirayuki
11 Otokoyama