What should you do in September in New York City? Serious questions only. There are so many places to eat and drink, and activities and events to partake in that the options can become overwhelming. To help ease your anxiety, we’ve narrowed down three various events to check out this month, that are easily accessible and do not require much thought.
Since Oktoberfest is actually celebrated in September (makes perfect sense, we know), be sure to head to one of these German loving, weiner serving bars in Midtown with your coworkers to indulge in all beer-related festivities: Hallo Berlin, Reichenbach Hall, Bierhaus NYC, Beer Authority.
From Confused House to Verboten StageONE, here’s a list of dance parties that we are on board with checking out if you need to let off a little steam from the work week.
The first new subway station in NYC in more than 25 years finally opened, so we think it’s worth checking out. Following almost eight years of construction, you can now enter the glass canopy entrance at the 34th Street-Hudson Yards station. The no. 7 extension line offers access to stops such as the Jacob Javits Convention Center, the High Line, and Hudson River Park.