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Eat Drink Play Vol: XII

Concierge Entertain Me featured Latest Out of Town By:

New York City, like a gigantic python, is constantly shedding its skin, revealing new spots and places to kick back these easy summer nights. It’s an enormous revolving door of deliciousness!

That’s what makes this series so relevant. There are cool new places to eat and drink opening every week. Literally every week. It’s unlike any other city in this country in that regard. Others will argue. But we know the truth.

This week? Another group of up and comers for you to tell your friends about. Ya know that someone in the group that always knows the coolest new spot to eat/drink/be merry?

THAT SOMEONE CAN BE YOU.

Thank us later : )

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Untitled at The Whitney
Whitney Museum
99 Gansevoort St, New York, NY

We’ve talked recently about our new neighborhood friends at The Whitney. You just know they have an incredible restaurant in-house. Untitled, from Danny Meyer, is a lazy stroll from Dream Downtown. Take a gander at the exhibits, then dive into Michael Anthony’s seasonal oriented menu, with enchanting options like ruby red shrimp ravioli or charred carrots with peanuts and chili. Enjoy, you’re in the presence of greatness.

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Genuine Superette
191 Grand Street
NY, NY 10013

It’s hot outside. There is zero room for argument on that. Battle the summer heat with a fresh juice based cocktail from Genuine Superette on Grand Street. Try the Copper Mine—a sweet tangerine-hued juice made with carrots, orange, parsnip, turmeric, lemon, and ginger shrub with gin, triple sec, lemon juice, and kummel for a savory, caraway finish.

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Central Park / Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour
Central Park Sightseeing
Bike Rental Departure Point: 56 W 56th Street
New York, NY 10019

Central Park Sightseeing rents top quality bicycles to riders looking to explore the Central Park or Brooklyn Bridge area on two wheels. For those who seek a more in-depth sightseeing experience, the company also offers guided bike tours around the city. Take in the art, architecture and history that makes NYC so unique – book your guided tour right here!


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