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21JunCristion D'or & Friends

Tomorrow at 00:00 – 12:00 am


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20JunChicago - The Musical

Today at 08:00 PM - 08:00 pm

Ambassador Theatre

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Today at 07:00 PM - 07:00 pm

Richard Rodgers Theatre

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20JunCome From Away

Today at 07:00 PM - 07:00 pm

Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

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20JunThe Lion King

Today at 07:00 PM - 07:00 pm

Minskoff Theatre

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Walter Kerr Theatre

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New Amsterdam Theatre

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Maggie Jones
Review 17 hours ago
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Amazing food! Small place that gets busy so make a reservation to ensure a suitable table! Great atmosphere & attentive service. They also have outdoor seating!

Industry Kitchen
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Always make a reservation first! The view, food & drinks were delicious - great spot for a special occasion to treat yourself or others!

Pros: The view

Cons: Reservation needed

Austin Hersh
Review 18 hours ago
Claw Daddy's
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Wonderful food! Some of the best seafood!

Two Boots Pizza
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Fantastic food!

Beecher's Handmade Cheese - NY
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Fabulous service and good food.

Robert Fisher
Review 18 hours ago
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Great place to relax and eat a great meal

Lure Fishbar
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Great options and great atmosphere.

db bistro moderne
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Great eats. Interesting and delicious foods.

Lisa Osorio
Review 19 hours ago
Mercury Bar East
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Amazing mozzarella sticks and fun trivia.

Arlene's Grocery
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A great vibe! love the live music.

Jillian Conway
Review 19 hours ago
Industry Bar
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Industry Bar has a great atmosphere! The lights are really cool and all of the people there were fun! If you go there during the weekends, it'll likely be packed!

Therapy NYC
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Therapy is a very cool spot in Hell's Kitchen! I went a few times on my last trip to the city and it was great fun!

Matthew Strickland
Review 22 hours ago
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GREAT cheesecake. Just wow level. Staff was friendly and the wait was minimal.

Top Of The Rock NYC
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Gorgeous view, especially at night. Staff was friendly and kept people moving in an orderly fashion.

212Area has new update 21 hours ago Renderings Reveal a New Hotel by Tan Architect at 347 Lexington Avenue in Murray Hill, Manhattan
Following approvals from New York City’s Department of Buildings, Epos Development will soon begin demolition at 347 Lexington Avenue in Murray Hill, Manhattan, to clear the way for the construction of a 20-story hotel. The new building will include 65 short-stay guest rooms, a communal lounge, and a multipurpose room on the ground level.
212Area has new update 21 hours ago Permits Filed for 276 20th Street in Greenwood, Brooklyn
Permits have been filed for a five-story residential building at 276 20th Street in Greenwood, Brooklyn. Located between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue, the lot is four blocks from the Prospect Avenue subway station, serviced by the R train. Daniel Greenberg of Greenstreet Group is listed as the owner behind the applications.
212Area has new update 21 hours ago New York Jets Flight Connections 6/19/19
Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets Good morning, Gang Green Nation! I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. As you know by now newly acquired GM Joe Douglas has added three experienced members to his staff in Chad Alexander, Phil Savage, and a former Jets’ personnel member now returning as Assistant GM, Rex Hogan. My once nefarious thoughts on this off-season are succumbing to more positive spins as it seems the Jets are finally in the process of turning things around. We’ve seen new faces come and fail often, and it’s easy to heap praise before a game’s played, but the team has a much different aura around it now. Maybe Sam Darnold does in fact instill confidence into everyone. Or maybe it’s the addition of two players still in their prime who have proven to be consistently great when they’re on the field in Le’Veon Bell and C.J. Mosley. We’ll find out how long this liveliness goes on, and with that here are your links to the Jets this Wednesday. SNY - Jets GM Joe Douglas reportedly adds three experienced personnel staffers Matt Stypulkoski - Jets’ Joe Douglas picks right-hand men, fills out front-office staff | Who are Rex Hogan, Chad Alexander, Phil Savage? What are their roles? Kevin Patra - Jets expected to add Phil Savage to new front office Tyler Calvaruso - Report: Phil Savage joining Jets personnel staff Spencer Aber - Report: Chad Alexander to be named Jets director of player personnel Josh Alper - Reports: Jets hire Chad Alexander, Rex Hogan Scott Horner - Colts lose player personnel executive to the Jets Kevin Hickey - New York Jets to hire Indianapolis Colts’ Rex Hogan as assistant GM Tyler Calvaruso - Jets roster not a rebuilding project in GM Joe Douglas’ eyes Matt Stypulkoski - These 7 Jets must step up, fill Sam Darnold’s mentor void with Josh McCown now retired Tyler Greenawalt - Jets’ Sam Darnold will miss having Josh McCown around in New York Cameron Pezet - The Jets' duo of Sam Darnold and Robby Anderson was one of the best down the stretch of the 2018 season Ethan Greenberg - How Jets RB-WR Ty Montgomery Describes Adam Gase’s Offense Matt Stypulkoski - Do any Jets rank among NFL’s top 50 players? Looks like Joe Douglas has work to do adding elite talent Ryan Talbot - AFC East Roundup: Best acquisitions for Buffalo Bills, Dolphins, Jets and Patriots Darryl Slater - NFL stadium rankings 2019: Which team has best venue? Which has worst? Where does MetLife Stadium rank? Here are your missed connections from yesterday. Here’s the thread about nothing, make sure to check it out! I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day!
212Area has new update 21 hours ago Cameron Maybin leads Yankees past Rays, 6-3
The outfielder continues to make a case for keeping a roster spot as he homers in fourth consecutive game Cameron Maybin continued both his personal and team-wide home run streaks as he scored two runs en route to the Yankees downing the Rays, 6-3. For the fourth game in a row, Maybin homered, this time to lead off the bottom of the seventh. This shot extended the Yankees’ lead to 5-3. As Giancarlo Stanton’s and Aaron Judge’s returns this week start to squeeze the bottom of the roster, he has made it difficult for the Yankees to designate him for assignment and risk losing him to another contender. Additionally, his homer stretched the Yankees’ home run streak to 21 games, four short of the franchise record of 25 set in 1941. J.A. Happ entered the game looking to get back on track after last Thursday’s performance and build upon Masahiro Tanaka’s shutout to give the team some momentum. While he did not put together a dominant performance by any stretch of the imagination, he battled throughout, navigating through seven hits to only give up two runs in five innings of work, striking out only three but walking none. Happ has certainly not been a top of the rotation starter, but if he can keep opposing teams to only two runs while getting through five or six innings, he will help this team win a lot of ballgames. The Yankees got out to an early lead in the game, with DJ LeMahieu scoring on a Gary Sanchez sacrifice fly. The Rays, however, would quickly tie it up in the top of the second and take the lead in the third. In the bottom of the fifth, though, the Yankees put together a one-out, three-run rally made up of singles by Gleyber Torres, Maybin, LeMahieu, Luke Voit, and Sanchez. Plus, in the bottom of the eighth, the parrot walked around the bases for the first time in pinstripes. Edwin Encarnacion laced a home run to left field to bring the score to 6-3, and there it would stay. Following Happ, the Yankees brought out their full quartet of high-leverage relievers, with Adam Ottavino, Tommy Kahnle, Zack Britton, and Aroldis Chapman all making appearances, combining to give up only one run on two hits, striking out seven and walking two over four innings of work. Everyone had their eyes on Stanton throughout the game. While he didn’t make for any highlights with his offense, he did contribute with the glove. In the second inning, he covered a lot of ground and outmaneuvered an uncooperative Yankees fan to end a potential rally. Giancarlo Stanton making the play in the stands in his first game back (via @MLB)— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 19, 2019 Of course, his fancy glove work was not the only instance of slick defense by the Yankees, as Torres and Didi Gregorius turned an electric 4-6-3 double play to put the Rays away in the eighth. What a play! On to the bottom of the eighth! Yankees lead 5-3. Stream NOW:— YES Network (@YESNetwork) June 19, 2019 Happ gets the win to improve to 7-3, while Chaz Roe falls to 0-2. Aroldis Chapman, striking out the side in the ninth, gets credited with his 19th save of the season, third most in the American League. The Yankees improve to 45-27 and are now 2.5 games in front of the second-place Rays. Assuming the weather cooperates like it did last night, the Yankees and Rays will complete their three-game set this afternoon at 1:05. CC Sabathia gets the ball for the Yankees as they look to sweep their division rivals. He will once again try for his career 250th win. Blake Senll, meanwhile, will start for Tampa Bay.

Thursday 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

Down The Hatch

179 West 4th Street, , New York NY, 10014
HAPPY HOUR: 11:30am - 8pm

8pm - Close
$5 Domestic Bottles, $10 Domestic Pitchers & $5 Shots

The Stumble Inn

1454 2nd Ave , New York NY, 10021
Drink Specials
$15 Buckets (5 domestic bottled beers)
$5 "J" Shots (Jameson, Jack, & Jager)

Happy Hour
1/2 Price Bar, 11:30am-7pm


1596 2nd Ave , New York NY, 10028
Half off Nachos and Duke-A-Ritas every Thursday at Duke's!

Happy Hour 4-7pm Mon-Fri
Half Off Apps and Drinks

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