Well, it’s the most wonderful time of the year again. That means tons of Christmas events are popping up all over Long Island. However, no activity is more quintessentially holidays than Breakfast with Santa. In fact, here are a few opportunities to bring your children to meet Kris Kringle this holiday season.
If you’re looking for something fun to do during the week after work, what’s better than testing out your knowledge with some friends and family at a trivia night. Long Island has some of the best bars for you to check out with trivia that you’re bound to enjoy. With all different levels of difficulty, it’s easy to get everyone involved. Now that it’s getting colder outside, it’s a great way to get you out of your house but still stay inside the warmth.
Looking for a place for your pup to run free without a leash? Want a walking trail for you both to explore? Maybe a beach where you and your dog can swim? Look no further, we have some of the best Long Island dog parks for you to visit and enjoy. No matter where you are on the Island, we’ve got you covered so you can your four-legged friend can get outside and have some fun.
Ever wanted to try a new restaurant but haven’t found the right time to go? Or maybe it was a bit out of your price range? Well here’s your chance to try all of these new places. From November 3 - November 10 is Long Island Restaurant Week 2019. All restaurants participating will be offering a Three Course Prix Fixe menu for $29.95, all night, every night during the 8-day span of restaurant week.
Since October is now in full swing, that can only mean one thing—the MLB playoffs are back. While their crosstown rivals the Mets finished just short of the postseason, the New York Yankees look primed to make a deep run towards the 2019 Fall Classic. However, before it all kicks off this weekend, we decided to wrap up the regular season and preview their upcoming opponents.
New York Comic Con is the second day of the year, behind Halloween, where it’s acceptable to dress up as your favorite character and not have anyone blink an eye about it. It’s an event where award-winning comic artists and anime creators are all together in one place for you to either meet, or listen to at a panel. With stars from your favorite movies or television shows in attendance you can create memories and be surrounded by people all interested in the same things as you are.
When looking for a new, fun place to explore, there is nowhere better than one of the beloved national parks around the world. For this specific park, you don’t even need to venture far to find a fun and historical place to visit. Right in Oyster Bay, New York stands Sagamore Hill, President Teddy Roosevelt’s home. Visiting this place will be fun for everyone of all ages.
With summer coming to a close, this is the perfect time to get out your last few summer activities. Whether you’re in the city or out east on Long Island, there are plenty of activities for you to do to enjoy some Labor Day fun all throughout the island. Before the kids go back to school and fall starts to set in, check out these great Labor Day weekend ideas.
Although New York City is known for having some of the best theatre and performing arts, Long Island’s arts scene is also worth noting. You don’t need to venture all the way into New York City to see a play, there are plenty of playhouses on Long Island where you can enjoy some high-quality entertainment. Here is a list of some places where you can see the best plays on Long Island.
Nothing screams summer like being able to spend your nights outside on the water. That’s why the nautical mile is the perfect place to unwind at after a long week. Stretching down the Woodcleft Canal in Freeport, this strip of bars has something for everyone. Enjoy this list of some of the best nautical mile bars to party the weekend away.