Goodbye summer, hello September.
As summer fades to crisp colored leaves and pumpkin spice enjoy the sunny days on boat decks, rooftops, parks, and gardens.
All You Need is Sun Concert and Booze Cruise (2430 FDR Drive Service Road @ 2:30 PM)
Looking to party on a boat? What about an open bar? Maybe live music?
End Summer the right way with our All You Need Is Sun live concert and Booze Cruise. Featuring open Beer, wine, gin, vodka bars and a live performance by Blac Rabbit.
This is your last chance to grab tickets so hurry before they’re sold out!
Henny N’ Paint 96th St Studio (202 West 96th St Suite 1B, Manhattan @ 4 PM)
A new and welcome take on traditional sip and paint classes, this one has an open Hennessy bar instead of just a glass of wine. This two-hour class definitely has the tools to help make you a great tipsy artist. Knowledgeable instructors, canvases, music, alcohol and good times all included!
Sunday, September 2nd
Unleash Your Sass at Drag Brunch (431 West 16th Street, Manhattan @ 11:30 AM)
A Drag show and mimosas for Sunday brunch? Perfect! Special guests straight from Ru Paul’s Drag Race along with other wild performances should help you find your inner diva!
Monday, September 3rd
Why Don't We (30 Rockefeller Plz, Manhattan @ 7 AM)
Looking for a great way to kick off Labor Day?
Pop band Why Don’t We is performing live on the TODAY show and free concert tickets are hard to pass on when it’s your day off.
Popular for the harmonious singing and romantic lyrics, this band has the ability to put you in a great mood for the whole day!
Jurassic Park with Jello Shots (308 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn @ 8:45 PM)
Not much for the Labor Day parade?
Well if it’s too hot out there for you, staying inside for a movie is always air-conditioned.
Purchasing a ticket to this movie includes a coconut lime jello shot. There is, of course, a bar with other drinks, but the wiggling jello will tell you when dinosaurs are near!
Tuesday, September 4th
Seinfeld Trivia (316 8 Ave, Manhattan @ 8 PM)
Think you know a lot about nothing? Well, put your knowledge of Pez dispensers and Junior Mints to the test! A show about nothing sure has more than enough material to quiz those up to the task.
The Chelsea Bell has an extensive variety of beers on tap and more than enough flat-screen televisions. There’s a food and drink minimum for the trivia, but their creative menu should easily satisfy.
Thursday, September 6th
Learn to Shuck (24 Reed St, Brooklyn @ 6 PM)
Finally! Your chance to learn how to shuck your own oysters! Pro-shuckers are here to help teach you to shuck oysters provided by Brooklyn Crab. And what’s oyster shucking without some beer? Blue Point Brewery sets you up with two pints of beer with your entry ticket! Corn hole and mini-golf are also set up for your enjoyment.
Free Outdoor Yoga Class (Bryant Park, Manhattan @ 6 PM)
If you're more into exercise than oysters, mid-week yoga classes are probably something you’re looking into. In the middle of the city, Bryant Park offers enough nature to help tune you into a yoga mood. These free classes go on every Thursday, helping guide you through a busy work week in NYC.
Friday, September 7th
Make Your Own Boozy Ice Cream (217 East 26th St, Manhattan @ 6 PM)
Who doesn’t want to combine alcohol and ice cream? Finally, a way to do it yourself, this class not only helps you to make your own, but you get to try a ton of flavors!
Explore their kitchen and the process of creating ice creams and sorbets with the added bonus of getting tipsy!
Saturday, September 8th
Shipwrecked Miniature Golf (621 Court Street, Brooklyn @ 6 PM)
Tickets for this event are more than just mini-golf, but for beer and pizza too! What’s more Brooklyn? 18-holes and pirate themed, this course offers the experience of combining your childhood with adulthood.
Full of special effects and plenty of other extras, you won’t be able to say you didn’t have fun!
Sunday, September 9th
New York Giants vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (1 MetLife Stadium Dr, New Jersey @ 1 PM)
An important game as this is the season opener for the 2018 NY Giants! A trip to a football game is always more than just the game. Get there early for tailgating with your friends; barbeques, games, beers and team pride are always staples.
This start to the season is a great first chance to see the new second overall pick in the draft, Saquon Barkley as well as the return of New York’s famous Odell Beckham Jr. (now the highest paid receiver in the NFL).
Monday, September 10th
Brooklyn Book Festival (209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn @ 10 AM)
If you’re looking for the next great read, then head to this annual book festival! Over 300 authors from around the world and 250 booksellers.
This year the festival features authors such as Rumaan Alam, Martin Amis Jennifer Egan, Tayari Jones, Akwaeke Emezi, Laura Lippmann, Terry McMillan, Carmen Maria Machado, Joyce Carol Oates, Greg Pardlo, Hermione Hoby, A.M. Homes, April Ryan, Alexander Chee and Amber Tamblyn. The week is filled with talks, shopping, and even yoga.
Wednesday, September 12th
Sunset Sail Happy Hour (78 South St, Pier 15, Manhattan @ 6:30 PM)
Summer may be over but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy one last sunset cruise! Each ticket includes one beer, breathtaking views of the Hudson River and games.
Dance along to three levels of DJs, enjoy the giveaways and have a drink at the cash bar.
Thursday, September 13th
San Gennaro Festival (Mulberry Street, Manhattan @ 10 AM)