Posts in March 2015

Have an Egg-celent Easter in New York City

  March 31, 2015  //  Easter Hunts For Adults 2015

Easter is almost here, so it’s time to get hopping on your plans for the holiday weekend! We felt so bad when we pointed out that adults don’t get to have as much egg-hunting fun, we went looking for the exception to the rule. There’s something for everyone! Saturday, 1 PM and 2 PM –…

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Get Traditional Thai Tastes at a New Place at Kiin Thai Eatery

  March 30, 2015  //  Kiin Thai Eatery

Have you been to see “The King and I” yet? No? Go on. We’ll wait. Though if you don’t have time to climb aboard a Seastreak ferry and catch a show right now, we understand. The most important thing to know is, “The King and I” is set in Thailand, a country with a rich…

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Tex Mex Eats Hit Manhattan at Javelina

  March 27, 2015  //  Javelina

The Southwest is a strange place by almost any standard. Hostile plantlife covered in spines. Temperatures hot enough to make any blast furnace feel inadequate. Southwestern cuisine makes up for the offensive plant life and oven-like temperatures, though, whether it’s authentic Mexican food or the exciting Tex Mex variant on it. You can get a…

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Take Part in Early Easter Fun at These Egg Hunts

  March 26, 2015  //  Easter Egg Hunts, Easter Egg Hunts

Kids get to have the most fun. Adults have to pretend they have this thing called “dignity”, accompanied by this horrible affliction called “maturity”. These two unfortunate conditions combine to suck the silly fun out of life. (Some of us ignore them entirely and do whatever the heck we want anyway.) Adults might not stoop…

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Celebrate Greek Culture at the Greek Independence Day Parade

  March 25, 2015  //  Greek Independence Day Parade

Pay attention, class, because the School of Seastreak is now in session. (You, there. In the back. Don’t think we can’t see you making spitballs.) Today, we’re learning about when Greece won its independence from the Ottoman Empire. (This has nothing to do with footrests.) Greece fought a war for revolution between 1821 and 1832,…

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Taste the Best in Craft-Distilled Spirits at the NYC Craft Distillers Festival

  March 24, 2015  //  NYC Craft Distillers Festival

Most of us have heard of Prohibition, even if it seems pretty unreal from this far along in the future. Who can believe the government thought it was a good idea to ban drinking alcohol? It was a policy that was doomed not only to fail, but fail in truly spectacular fashion. However, Prohibition has…

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Experience a Theater Classic at the Revival of “The King and I”

  March 23, 2015  //  The King and I

It’s good to be king. You get a fancy hat, and sometimes, a scepter with dazzling jewels. There’s servants to deal with housework for you, so you don’t have to do your own laundry. You’ve got an instant appeal with attractive potential dates. (Or your royal rank does, anyway, but we’re trying to be optimistic…

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Meat Up with Your Next Meal at Neil Michael’s Steakhouse

  March 20, 2015  //  Neil Michael’s Steakhouse

Atlantic Highlands, NJ has a bit of the best of everything hidden away in its picturesque streets. It’s got that small-town charm you won’t find often enough in today’s busy, modern world. It has an ideal location, close enough to take advantage of a big city’s appeal while staying out of the limelight. Visiting Atlantic…

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Have a Blooming Good Time at the Macy’s Flower Show

  March 19, 2015  //  Uncategorized

You’ve seen enough snow now, right? Could be, you’ve seen enough snow for the next three years. If you caught Jack Frost alone somewhere, he might end up in the bay while wearing a pair of cement shoes. (Disclaimer: Seastreak does not endorse violence against people real or fictional, but we’re pretty darned tired of…

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Matthew Morrison and Laura Michelle Kelly Star in “Finding Neverland” on Broadway

  March 18, 2015  //  Finding Neverland, Uncategorized

Creators often get asked the question, “Where do you get your ideas?” There aren’t any idea stores in shopping malls, with neatly packaged inspirations for music, books, and movies waiting on the shelves. Ideas come from everywhere, but especially from the powerful experiences in our lives. Simple, ordinary events can become extraordinary stories filled with…

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