Posts in September 2014

Eat Your Heart Out at Smorgasburg

  September 30, 2014  //  Eat Your Heart Out at Smorgasburg

Food trucks ought to come with the same kind of music players ice cream trucks do. That way, we’d know when to run out and grab some good food. Until November 23, though, you won’t have to look hard to find some of the most creative eats in New York. On Saturdays, you can go…

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Don’t Miss Farhad Moshiri’s “Float” Exhibition at Galerie Perrotin!

  September 29, 2014  //  Farhad Moshiri's Float

Good art is a matter of personal taste. What’s pretentious to one person may be perfection to another. One exhibition at the Galerie Perrotin (909 Madison Avenue), however, has both the modern bent and broad range of themes to make it appealing for a wide audience. You’ve only got until October 4 to catch the…

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North End Grill

  September 26, 2014  //  North End Grill

Only the Freshest Ingredients at North End Grill Some restaurants boast about the level to which they craft their own components. Could be they churn their own butter, or they let their resident spiritualist consult the ghosts of long-dead baristas to choose every bean in their special coffee roast. (All right, we haven’t ever seen…

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Get Into the Spirit at Hereafter Musical

  September 25, 2014  //  Hereafter

It’s going to get heavy here for a moment. The death of a loved one leaves holes in the lives of those left behind. It can be hard to know how to tie off the loose ends left behind, or to get over the need to talk to the deceased just one more time. This…

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Dazzling Views and Delicious Food at Merchants River House

  September 24, 2014  //  Merchants River House

Summer’s trying to make a break for it, and we’re pretty sure it’s going to accomplish its escape all too soon. These are the days for dining outdoors, and watching the sun set over the water! Take advantage of the last of summer’s wonderful weather with drinks and a glorious patio view at Merchants River…

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Autumn Hudson River Cruise to the Newburgh Waterfront

  September 24, 2014  //  Autumn Hudson River Cruise to the Newburgh Waterfront

Autumn Hudson River Cruise to the Newburgh Waterfront Fall is bursting out in brilliant color and the best way to take it all in is by cruising up the Hudson River aboard one of our state-of-the-art Seastreak catamarans. Relax and enjoy an ever-changing view of the fiery red, glowing orange and golden yellow foliage that…

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Central Perk Comes to Life For the “Friends” 20-Year Anniversary!

  September 23, 2014  //  Uncategorized

Twenty years ago, a group of pals got together in their favorite coffee hangout, and invited us to watch their entirely wacky lives unfold. (Twenty years? Let’s all take this moment to feel old together.) For ten seasons, we listened to renditions of “Smelly Cat” and watched as Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Chandler, Ross, and Joey…

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Spend Free Time at The National Museum of the American Indian

  September 22, 2014  //  National Museum of the American Indian

Spending a day in the city can drain your wallet if you’re not careful. There’s so much to do that’s worth laying down money for! It doesn’t have to be that way, though. New York’s full of awesome destinations where you don’t have to pay a dime. For example, you can visit the Smithsonian’s National…

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One Night Only! Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg in Conversation with Stephen Colbert

  September 19, 2014  //  Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg in Conversation with Stephen Colbert

At Seastreak, we like to keep our customers updated on the most interesting things to do in New York, so you don’t have to go digging for a way to pass the time. Folks who don’t know about our blog (poor, deprived souls that they are) and want to know what’s happening in the city…

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Beef Up Your Next Meal at Les Halles Downtown

  September 18, 2014  //  Les Halles

Seastreak’s full of patriots, and we’re big believers in the red, white, and blue. (Though when you look at our ferries, you’ll notice we’re kind of fond of blue. What can we say? It’s nautical.) One of the coolest parts of America is how it’s full of influences from other countries brought together to give…

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