• Radio City Music Hall

    1260 6th Ave, New York, NY 10020 – – The Music Hall opened to the public on December 27, 1932, with a lavish stage show featuring numbers including Ray Bolger, Doc Rockwell, Martha Graham, The Mirthquakers, and Patricia Bowman. The opening was meant to be a return to high-class variety entertainment. However, the opening was not a success: the program was very long, spanning from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. of the next day, and a multitude of acts were crammed onto the world’s largest stage, ensuring that individual acts were lost in the cavernous hall. As the premiere went on, audience members, including John Rockefeller Jr, waited in the…

  • Ortomare Ristorante Pizzeria

    94 Columbus Avenue, New York, NY 10025 – –  Ortomare Ristorante Pizzeria located in Upper West Side in 994 Columbus Avenue has the goal to serve delicious Italian dishes. Orto e mare, translated to “Garden and Sea” in Italian, has the main purpose to prepare dishes with the highest quality ingredients from the green land and the sea. Our pizza is baked in wood-fired oven creating a crispier crust and a smoky flavor. Ortomare traditional Italian atmosphere is just fair for any occasion. Our mission is to provide our customers with the authentic Italian taste and Ortomare to become your favorite place to come back.  – RESERVATIONS –  OPENING HOURS…

  • Neil Simon Theatre

    250 W 52ND ST, NEW YORK, NY 10019 – – The facade is divided into two sections: the six-story stage house to the west and the five-story auditorium to the east. The ground floor is clad with terracotta blocks and contains an entrance with a marquee. The upper stories of both sections are made of brick and terracotta; the auditorium facade has arched windows, niches, and a central pediment, while the stage house is plainer in design. The interior is designed in the Adam style and includes two lobbies and a mezzanine-level lounge. The auditorium consists of a ground-level orchestra and one balcony with boxes. The theater interiors are decorated…

  • Music Box Theatre

    239 W 45th St, New York, NY 10036 – – The facade is made of limestone and is symmetrically arranged, with both Palladian and neo-Georgian motifs. At ground level, the eastern portion of the facade contains the theater’s entrance, with a marquee over it, while the stage door is to the west. A double-height central colonnade at the second and third floors conceals a fire-escape staircase; it is flanked by windows in the outer bays. The auditorium contains Adam style detailing, a large balcony, and two outwardly curved box seats within ornate archways. The theater was also designed with a comparatively small lobby, a lounge in the basement, and mezzanine-level…

  • Palace Theatre

    1564 Broadway, New York, NY 10036 – – The Palace was most successful as a vaudeville house in the 1910s and 1920s. Under RKO Theatres, it became a cinema in the 1930s, though it continued to host intermittent vaudeville shows in the 1950s. The Nederlander Organization purchased the Palace in 1965 and reopened the venue as a Broadway theater the next year. The theater closed for an extensive renovation from 1987 to 1991, when the original building was demolished and replaced with the DoubleTree Suites Times Square Hotel. The DoubleTree Hotel was itself demolished in 2019 to make way for the TSX Broadway development. The Palace closed again in 2018 and is being lifted 30…

  • New Amsterdam Theatre

    214 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036 – – On October 26, 1903, the opening of the New Amsterdam Theatre was a highly anticipated New York City event. Designers Henry Herts and Hugh Tallent set out to build the most spectacular theatre in New York. They were so confident in their endeavor that they designed the theatre’s interior specifically for her inaugural production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The following morning’s review in The New York Times spoke little of the play, but hailed the New Amsterdam Theatre as “The House Beautiful,” a nickname that still holds true today. Over 113 years later, the New Amsterdam is the oldest…

  • Apollo Theater

    253 W 125th St. New York, NY 10027 – –  The Apollo is a commissioner and presenter; catalyst for new artists, audiences, and creative workforce; and partner in the projection of the African American narrative and its role in the development of American and global culture. The Apollo Theater is a music hall  in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. It is a noted venue for African-American performers, and is the home of Showtime at the Apollo, a nationally syndicated television variety show which showcased new talent, from 1987 to 2008, encompassing 1,093 episodes; the show was rebooted in 2018. The theater, which has a capacity of…

  • Central Park Horse Carriage Ride

    With this ride, you pass by many historical landmarks of the Central Park by a horse-drawn carriage. This is a perfect activity for a romantic promenade or a fun ride with friends and family. This ride takes 40-45 minutes on a 2.5 miles trail. It has one stop at Cherry Hill/Friends Fountain to take pictures or just enjoy the view. • Prices are per carriage, NOT per person. Each carriage takes up to 4 adults. 2 children under age of 7 are considered one adult.

  • Circle Line Speedboat Ride

    The BEAST Speedboat Ride – one of the most thrilling things you can do in NYC that is totally legal. This custom-built, 70-foot speedboat flies towards the Statue of Liberty at around 45 mph, with lots of twists, turns and splashy action. It’s an exciting tour of NYC, to say the least. Wet suit recommended but not required, just ask our BEAST Handlers about “The Pool”…they’ll be happy to help you find a good seat!

  • NYC Luxury Stretch Limousine Tour

    Forget subways and overwhelming guidebooks — take a chauffeured journey by limousine around Lower Manhattan on this private 3 or 5 hour tour. Enjoy personalized attention from your native New Yorker guide and get an eye-opening look into historic neighborhoods, listen to in-the-know commentary and capture marvelous city views. Travel in style as you hit the top attractions. The more you discover, the more you’ll want to see: Consider an upgrade to a 5-hour tour to include Upper and Mid-Manhattan, the perfect way to get to know New York in a day.