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21AprEaster Cantata
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Tomorrow at 10:30 – 01:00 pm

New Jerusalem Worship Center

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21AprEaster Egg Hunt
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Tomorrow at 10:30 – 11:30 am

St.John's Episcopal Church

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21AprEaster Parade and Easter Bonnet Festival 2019
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Tomorrow at 10:00 – 04:00 pm

5th Avenue

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21AprEaster Parade & Easter Bonnet Festival 2019
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Tomorrow at 09:00 – 05:30 pm

The TennCo Photography

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21AprEaster Brunch
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Tomorrow at 00:00 – Mar 22, 12:00 AM

17 NY-376

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20AprDRIP SATURDAY CARNIVAL - REP YOUR FLAG 2 w/DJ A-SAUCE
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Today at 11:00 PM - Apr 21, 04:00 AM

Stage 48

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20AprHenny Fest Easter Weekend
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Today at 11:00 PM - Apr 21, 04:00 AM

SOHO PARK MIDTOWN

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212Area has new update 7 hours ago New York Jets Flight Connections 4/20/19
Good morning, GGN! It’s almost time for the 2019 NFL draft, and that means wall to wall draft coverage, 24/7. Mock drafts, trade rumors, scouting reports, it’s a draft extravaganza, again. At this point pretty much everything there is to say about the Jets’ 2019 draft has been said. I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to the draft just so we can start talking about something else, like how the Jets screwed up the draft. Followed shortly thereafter by, ya know, after looking into these guys a bit more I’m starting to warm up to the Jets draft. Followed by the inevitable playoff predictions. Here are your links to the Jets this rainy Saturday morning in April: Ralph Vacchiano - Jets seem ‘determined’ to trade down in first round of NFL Draft Cody Williams - New York Jets intention to trade down in 2019 NFL Draft the proper call Mike Rosenstein - NFL Draft 2019: Insider says what Jets’ Mike Maccagnan should do with No. 3 pick Steve Serby - NFL Mock Draft 5.0: Jets land Josh Allen Sam Neumann - Jets take Josh Allen in ESPN 3-round Mock Brent Stecker - Jets are interested in trading for Seahawks DE Frank Clark Matthew Scmidt - Jets tried to acquire Frank Clark, may try again Bent - Scouting report for NFL draft prospect Garrett Bradbury: Could Jets target new starting center? Matt Stypulkoski - Who are Jets’ best offensive line options? Scouting reports, analysis for Garrett Bradbury, Erik McCoy, Elgton Jenkins, more Robby Sabo - New York Jets’ trading down for Garrett Bradbury may be the perfect play Paul A. Edsen, Jr. - New York Jets’ most underrated need is the cornerback position Jeff Hartman - Le’Veon Bell sends message to the Steelers, but will it even matter? Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 - LE’VEON BELL: Running back says he has ‘nothing but love for the people of Pittsburgh & Steeler Nation’ Glenn Naughton - Darron Lee Bulking up for new Role, or new Team? Sam Penix - 10 Day 3 NFL Draft Prospects Who Will Be Major Steals Christian D’Andrea - NFL schedule 2019: 8 matchups that deserve their own bowl games Luke Easterling - NFL draft flashback: Jamal Adams gets the call from Jets ForbesNew York Jets #8 on the Forbes NFL Team Valuations List GangGreen David: YouTube - New York Jets NFL Draft Preview 2019 (Part 2): Who should the Jets draft if they trade down? Here are your missed connections from yesterday. Here’s the thread about nothing, stop by and say hello. Enjoy the weekend everybody.
212Area has new update 8 hours ago Saturday’s open thread
Here’s your open thread to start the weekend. Every time the Yankees appear ready to stabilize, they take a step back. Earlier in the month, a sweep of the Orioles was quickly followed by a sweep at the hands of the Astros. Taking a two-game set from the Red Sox this week was followed by a dispiriting loss to the Royals. The Yankees won handily last night, so let’s see if they can actually generate some positive momentum, rather than starting and stopping yet again. Their series with Kansas City continues later today, with first pitch at 1:05 EST. Fun Questions Who do you think has a better chance of winning the AL East right now, the Yankees or the Rays? What’s your favorite type of cake?
212Area has new update 14 hours ago NYY News: Miggy on the Mend!
Miguel Andujar getting closer; Gio Gonzalez likely to opt out; Yankees sign Logan Morrison; Estevan Florial making progress SNY: Miguel Andujar is making excellent progress on his way back from injury. He took batting practice twice this week and also threw yesterday for the first time since his shoulder injury. There is no timetable on Andujar’s return, but it could be expedited if he plays some first base or DH. NJ.com | Brendan Kuty: It’s crunch time for Gio Gonzalez. Today is his opt-out deadline, and he has to decide whether or not to stay in the Yankees’ system. Jeff Passan is reporting that Gonzalez is likely to opt out after firing his agent, Scott Boras. It looks like Gio will give free agency another go. New York Post | Justin Terranova: Although Gonzalez may be leaving soon, the Yankees have signed another veteran to a minor league contract. First baseman Logan Morrison is on his way to Scranton after signing a Triple-A deal. Morrison hit 15 home runs last year and 38 the year before, so there could be some life in his bat still. However, he’s probably best known in Yankees Universe as the guy who said that Gary Sanchez making the Home Run Derby in 2017 over him was “stupid.” Hopefully that’s all water under the bridge now. NJ.com | Brendan Kuty: The rash of Yankees’ injuries even made its way to the minor leagues. Estevan Florial, the Yankees’ top prospect, took a big step forward in his return from a wrist injury. His cast has been removed, and he will resume baseball activities in seven-to-ten days. Florial, one of baseball’s top-70 prospects, was expected to play for Double-A Trenton this year.
212Area has new update 14 hours ago Final Score: Mets 5, Cardinals 4—Come on Vargy, let’s go party!
Vargas had a bounce back outing, the Mets offense collected eleven hits, and the bullpen bent but didn’t break. It was a tense affair in the Mets’ series opener in St. Louis, but the Mets pulled out a one-run victory against the Cardinals. The Mets made Wainwright work, opening up a 3-0 lead early and chasing him from the game after 3+ innings of work. It was only a four-inning outing for Jason Vargas, but he kept the Mets in the game, allowing a solo home run to Jose Martinez, but nothing else. Pete Alonso launched a low pitch from Ryan Helsley over the center field wall in the top of the sixth that for a solo homer that wound up being the difference in the game. The bullpen bent, but didn’t break, as Seth Lugo yielded a two-run homer in his second inning of work to Lane Thomas in his first major league at bat to make the score 5-3. It got even closer in the eighth, as the Cardinals scored a run on a J.D. Davis error to pull them within a run. But Robert Gsellman recorded two key outs to get the Mets out of the inning and Edwin Diaz shut the door in the ninth, working around a walk and a single to notch his seventh save of the year and secure the victory for the Mets. Full recap to follow. GameThread Roll Call Nice job by MetsFan4Decades; her effort in the GameThread embiggens us all. MetsFan4Decades: 209 MookieTheCat: 147 Mike Cecconi: 108 John Oldnrude: 87 Must End The Suffering: 84 D is the point: 83 doctor prancer: 79 Allison McCague: 70 Knurk: 63 olderfan62: 59
Holly Hargett on Sky Room
Review 23 hours ago
Sky Room
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Very cool rooftop bar and they have heaters too! Great spot for drinks in a festive atmosphere.

Maggie Jones
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The Butcher's Daughter West Village
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Beautiful aesthetic matched by very friendly service & yummy, healthy food. If you're looking for a cool photo op and a healthy bowl or pressed juice - this is your place!

Pros: Decorative & Vegan Friendly

Cons: Pricey but that is as expected for healthy alternatives

The Irish Exit
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A perfect place if you're looking for some Irish soul food! Atmosphere feels like home and the service is very friendly.

Pros: Tasty Menu

Cons: Limited cocktail menu - mainly beer


Austin Hersh on Red Rooster Harlem
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Red Rooster Harlem
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This place has great food and great decor!

Debbie Torres
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Momofuku Noodle Bar
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This is the best of the best and a must try when in NY. It is a local and visitor favorite and you will love every last drop!

Pros: Fantastic flavors, artfully presented. It is amazing what happens in this fast paced contemporary noodle bar. Must try - you will love!

Cons: Long wait - but chill out and check out the dessert bakery nearby and take a walk around the 'hood.

Il Cortile
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GREAT dining experience especially if you love great Italian in a beautiful setting.

Pros: Great northern Italian dishes in a stylish bistro!

Cons: Pricer than other places in LIttle Italy, but treat yourself to the best of the best!


Jillian Conway
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Catch NYC
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Catch is so cute! I love taking friends from Boston to Catch because of the fresh seafood they have to offer!

Spyglass Rooftop NYC
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Spyglass is my favorite rooftop bar in the city! I visit almost every time I end up in the Big Apple because of their delicious cocktails and beautiful views of the city!


Jon Keating
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Empire State Building
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A must see if you are ever visiting New York City.

Bowlmor Lanes
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We had a great time at Bowlmor Lanes. We had a large party of close to 70 and the had drinks, food, and were very attentive.


Jake Sansom
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Dos Caminos
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Saturday Specials in New York City

Amelie New York

22 W 8th St , New York NY, 10011
Happy Hour 5-7pm
$6 Glass of Wine
$12 Customizable 3 Glasses of Wine

Lamano

265 west 20th st , New York NY, 10011
Happy Hour 4p-6:30p
$8 Plates of Food
$7 Sangria and Wine
$4.50 Beer
Food includes smaller versions of tortilla, croquetas, empanadas, patatas bravas, and more.

Agave NYC

140 7th Ave S , New York NY, 10014
Brunch 11 AM - 4 PM $34.99
Entree + 2 Hours of unlimited Agave Margaritas, Mimosa & Wine.

Happy Hour 4:00 PM - 07:00 PM
$6 Margaritas
$6 House Wines
$5 Draft Beers
$2 Tacos & Empanadas