If there's one thing I've learned while living in NYC, it's how to find a great happy hour special. To me, a great happy hour special is one that has 1) cheap drinks 2) cheap appetizers/bites and 3) a long time window (ex: starts at 4pm and ends at 8pm). I hate to assume, but I'm going to guess most people would agree with these top 3 requirements. Because of this, I'm going to give you my top recommendations for New York City venues with great happy hour specials.
Topics: New York City
Distilled NYC is a New American Public House in Tribeca and the perfect destination for any private or semi private event. Distilled serves up creative pub fare like wings and burgers and untraditional bar eats like sushi, veggie platters, and more. Come for the on-the-house popcorn sprinkled with “magic dust” but stick around for Distilled’s libations menu. As the name suggests, the real focus here is on the cocktails. Of course, there’s a decent selection of beer and wine if that’s more your style but if you’re feeling adventurous, we definitely recommend nabbing a cocktail or even divulging in one of Distilled’s signature spiked slushies. And don’t worry, the slushies can be part of your open bar package too!
There are thousands of bars in NYC, it’s one of the things that make the city so amazing but the abundance of choices can also be polarizing. Where do I go? Will my team like it? What if everyone hates my choice? All of those thoughts run through your mind when planning a team outing. So I’m here to break down four great NYC bars for team outings.
Well, here we are. Another year, another article on all the places you can drink fall things. If you're one of those people that really rags on people that love pumpkin spice lattes, this article is not for you. Or maybe it is and you can use it as fuel for your debates.
As we start to say goodbye to summer and hello to fall (although we still have some time before the cold weather hits), we embark on Alumni event season. Many colleges host Alumni events at the beginning of the semester to welcome new students with the folks that have graduated before them.