Commonly known as the biggest party day of the year, St. Patrick’s Day is almost here. Luckily, this year the holiday falls on a Friday, which also happens to be the first weekend of the March Madness college basketball tournament- so expect tons of action. Check out this guide to find a St. Patrick’s Day party for you.
By the time the Academy Awards rolls around every year, most people either don’t know or forget about half of the nominated films. This year’s show will highlight critically-acclaimed movies like “La La Land” and “Hidden Figures.” Check out this Oscars 2017 nominations preview and try to see as many as you can in theaters before the big day.
The biggest football game of the year is coming up on February 5, with kickoff at 6:30 p.m. from NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. The game will feature the NFC Champion (winner of Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons) against the AFC Champion (winner of Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New England Patriots). Catch the action at a Super Bowl party happening on Long Island.
When it comes to Long Island’s storied food scene, Nassau County’s Rockville Centre is one of the most essential towns that comes to mind. In addition to first class restaurants, there’s also a bustling concentration of bars and several rich cultural centers. Rockville Centre restaurants range in value, but each one is just as tasty as the next.
2017 is only a few days away. That means it’s time to start seriously thinking about your plans for the big night. Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of great events so you can experience New Year’s Eve Long Island style.
Good coffee shops serve so many purposes. They’re great for grabbing your quick caffeine fix on the way to work or even for that cold wintery night out with friends. Check out some of these Long Island coffee shops next time you’re looking for a good Cup of Joe.
Every year, New York City comes together and celebrates Halloween in grand style at the 43rd Annual Village Halloween Parade. Locals and visitors from around the world converge on Lower Manhattan in costume and disguise, marching with like-minded parade-goers and having a blast doing it. Make sure that you come out to this year’s Halloween Parade NYC for a whole lot of scare, but mainly just a whole lot of fun.
During these summer months, a cold beer and a refreshing cocktail are crucial for beating the heat. But with so many places to choose from, finding the right spot for a night out isn’t always such an easy task. Luckily, we’ve done all the research necessary to find you the best Long Island bar specials to enjoy this summer.
Within at least the past ten years, the United States has experienced what some would call a ‘Beer Renaissance’. Aside from the obvious big name beer brands, craft breweries, coined “microbreweries,” have started popping up all over the place, ushering in a wave of great tasting, independently-owned beer companies. In recent years, craft breweries in our own backyard have become known for their quality flavor and innovative brewing techniques. Visit some of these Long Island breweries that are doing beer the right way.
Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season. It’s not just a time of delicious food, it’s a time to be thankful for the friends and family in your life. Many times, those friends and family unite at Thanksgiving since offices are closed and school is not in session. Since nobody has an awful lot to do on Thanksgiving Day besides cook tasty food, relax with loved ones, watch football and eat, Thanksgiving Eve has earned a reputation as one of the biggest party nights of the year. If you’re in the party spirit, head to one of these Long Island bars this Thanksgiving Eve for a fun-filled night.