Dinner and a movie has its place.
But you can do better.
For taking it to the next level, try dinner — but on a 10,000-square-foot yacht. When reaching for entertainment, pass on the Netflix and try acrobats and trapeze on Broadway. And as for a nightcap? How ‘bout a little no-cover live jazz.
This is where to take her. This is where she wants to go.
There’s really no better way to enjoy the fruits of the sea than aboard a tri-level 10,000-square-foot yacht. A departure from North River Lobster Co.’s first hop-on, hop-off locale, their newest destination is a Fish Bar at Pier 81. They offer quick trips on the Hudson, giving you 360-degree city views while noshing Plymouth Rock oysters, Dover sole and Prince Edward Island mussels along with live music and 26 champagne options. Reserve here
A departure from Cirque du Soleil’s blow-out big-tent NYC acts, Paramour marks the company’s first attempt at etching their name in Broadway’s hallowed history books. Directed by Philippe Decouflé, the tale spins the story of a young poet forced to choose between love and art in the glittering Golden Age of Hollywood. Narrative-driven, it’ll pull all the heartstrings, though with no shortage of the sensory-overloading acrobatics Cirque hangs their trapeze on. Official opening night is May 25th, with preview tickets available now. Reserve here
The Final Act
Pull up a seat for some jazz at the Measure Lounge. The still-but-not-for-long intimate affair at Langham Place has no cover: just a one-drink minimum. The smooth tunes of the Avalon Jazz Band combine mellow French ditties with retro swing. It’s the perfect recipe for taking things down a notch over a nightcap. Check it out here