AROUND TOWN IN NEW YORK CITY. ARTS - MUSIC - ENTERTAINMENT



EVENTS
Restaurant-Week in New York City
February 4, 2016
LUNCH AT CHE BENOIT
Chef Alain Ducasse

55 W 55 St, NYC


ENTRANCE ON 55ST

CHEESE PUFFS

QUICHE LORRAINE

SKATE WING

POT DU CREME

DINNER AT DB BISTRO
Chef Daniel Boulud
55W 44 Street, NYC


BONE MARROW APPETIZER
COULIFLOWER SOUP
PORK LOIN

CHOCOLATE PAVLOVA





NEW YORK ROOFTOPS

GANSEVOORT ROOFTOP
Small and intimate, friendly, fun!
Manhattan and Spicy Mearball Sliders 36.




LE BAIN AT THE STANDARD
Super club admosphere 
live music till 930pm
Nice drinks 18, Nice looking clientele
12-25 Beers, 16 and up Wines
Oysters mignonnette 20.
Valhrona Chocolate Truffles
Apple Tart Tatin
Amazing!!!

 
REFINERY ROOFTOP
63 WEST 38 STREET
They have a lovely bar on the street level 
with Jazz between 7pm and 10 Pm
Rooftop is informal
9. Beer, Cocktails 14 and up


MAD46 ROOFTOP LOUNGE
45 EAST 45 STREET
Business Environment, upscale
24. Cocktails, 14. wine
Nice outdoor

 
DREAM
455 West 16 STREET
Lovely environment!
After 930pm access is at doorman's discretion
11. Beers, 18. Cocktails, Wine 13 &up
Bottle service 395. To 225,000 (Yes!)

152 WEST 26 STREET
8. Beers, 14. Cocktails, 10. Wines
Quite and relaxing on a Thursday
Nice view of the city but a small outdoor

FUN BREAKFAST-LUNCH PLACES

SULLIVAN BAKERY
236 West 9 Ave.
This is one of the best bakeries in town.


DOUGHNUT23
West 23 Street


CHELSEA MARKET
Lobster Place


EXCELLENT RESTAURANTS

TAVOLA
relaxed friendly environment
Excellent Italian dishes
Excellent ingredients

IL PUNTO
Nice dinning room 
perfect for a first date
509 West 9 Ave.

MADISON BISTRO
37 Street and Madison Ave.


EVENTS AROUND TOWN

THE AMERICAN SOCIETY
Park Ave and 68 Street
Presents Latin American groups
and other concerts


BRIENT PARK
Ice skating in the winter
Sakespeare in The Park, Summer


GOTHAM COMMEDY CLUB

 
MUSIC AROUND TOWN

THE MET BALCONY BAR PERFORMANCES
September 5 and 6, 2014

DECODA



Moran Katz, clarinet; Brad Balliett, bassoon; and Paul Wonjun Cho, Clarinet came together to play works by Mozart, Rossini, Schickele, Piazzola, and Balliett. I did not expect to enjoy a musical evening as much as I did at the MET. The choice of works was intimate and festive, the passion of the musician for their instrument was evident, and their playful interaction made their performance as intimate as it can get. Music at the MET is a small soiree with a light supper menu, reasonably priced wines and attentive service. I could not think of a better place to enjoy a classical music performance. If you want to impress your date, I would say this is the place.
Moran Katz, Brad Balliet and Paul Wonjun Cho are part of Decoda a large group of about thirty musicians that take turns doing musical performances. Moran Katz will be in the Miami area in February, and Brad Balliet is a regular visiting artist with the New World Symphony. You can find information about Decoda at www.decodamusic.org. Moran Katz and Paul Wonjun Cho are master clarinetist, both passionate and charming. 








You can learn about Moran Katz's work and follow her at www.katzmoran.com



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